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Century Arms Draco NAK9

I own a few handguns. Okay, maybe more than a few. Each has its own plusses, minuses and personality. And each one fills a need, even if that need is just to have fun. Well, I have a fun firearm…

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Citadel M-1911 American Flag Battleworn Gray Cerakote

There are plenty of 1911-style pistols out there. And in a variety of calibers, even .380 ACP like this Sig. What we have here is a 1911-style pistol from Citadel in 9mm. What makes this one special is the cerakote…

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Magnum Research Desert Eagle

The Desert Eagle rose to fame as the “cool looking” gun in countless movies and video games. In reality this is a big, heavy pistol that has a lot flexibility, can be customized by the buyer, and is a ton…

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Beretta 92 A1

The Beretta 92 A1 is a variant of the trusted, tried and true 92 series 9mm. The main difference between the two is that the 92 A1 has a Picatinny rail (also known as a MIL-STD-1913 rail), on which can be mounted…

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Chiappa Rhino

This unique gun has created quite a stir among handgun enthusiasts. Some hate it, some love it. Put me in the latter category. The main attribute of the Italian-made Chiappa Rhino that has polarized everyone is that the barrel is…

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Belgian Pepperbox

Well I think we finally found the best handgun… for the year 1840, that is…! This is a Belgian-made “Pepperbox” in the rare 8-barrel configuration. There are also 4, 5 and 6 barrel versions. 36 caliber cap & ball; barrels are…

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Smith & Wesson 581

The S&W 581 is a larger L-frame revolver, first produced in the 1980s. The 581 is actually a variant of the 586, with the 581 having fixed sights, as shown in the example pictured here. This gun also has the…

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CZ V61 Skorpion

The CZ V61 Skorpion machine pistol was quite the revolutionary idea for its time, introduced in 1961. When the term “personal defense weapon” started being passed around, it described a small submachine gun for truck drivers, tank drivers and non-front…

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Smith & Wesson 1899

This gun is the classic K-frame revolver… mostly because it’s the first K-frame revolver. The 1899 was also essentially the first Military and Police revolver. Our troops carried this as one of the last revolvers issued to them. It was…

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