Handgun articles are a favorite of readers who visit The Shooter’s Log, and interest in handguns cuts across
Posts Tagged ‘Glock Firearms’
When I got this assignment, I thought it fit me to a T. I have been lucky to fall into the orbit of a visionary editor who has asked me to stretch my limits in writing. This article challenged me on several counts. I have owned a number of Glock 19 handguns. I have traded them, and sometimes the trade was up and sometimes down. I should have kept the first one. I have carried the pistol professionally and fired it in any number of test programs.
Surely you have all heard that after Bloomberg’s failure to affect policy with his formation of Mayors Against Illegal Guns
Among instantly recognizable handguns is the Glock. But Glock large-frame guns are often overlooked.
Train and defend are simple watchwords. About 99 percent of the ammunition we fire is in practice. Competition shooting takes a lot of ammunition, although staying sharp also demands its share. The problem often is finding a good practice load.
Commonality of handguns is often a topic of discussion among gun owners. Should everyone in the family use the same type of handgun? Alternately, is individuality best?
The most controversial phrase I have ever put in print is this: I’m not a fan of Glocks. I never have been.
Another Rock Island Auction Company event is coming up and you know what that means, lots of guns are
The market is nowhere near stale. Americans are still buying firearms in record numbers. As the number of concealed carry
Recently, while looking for something new, I contacted J&L Gunsmithing for advice. As usual, Jim had the advice and expertise
The term tactical pistol is used a lot without real understanding. A tactical pistol is a different breed than some, and to
GLOCK, probably best known for being carried on a law enforcement officer’s strong side, has landed on the wrong side of
Part 7 in our concealed carry series.
If you are new to concealed carry, you probably started carrying a large handgun then
A few individual firearms encompassing three of the four major mechanical classifications—shotguns, rifles, and pistols—have generated intense interest among Shooter’s Log readers. To whet that appetite for knowledge, here are the top 10 articles in which we’ve reviewed a specific firearm model that the Chronicle community wants to know more about.
For most of my life I have carried what some refer to as big guns. The Chief’s Special is a backup. The Commander .45 is a carry gun. And I am familiar with practically every light pistol made in the past century, from the Harrington and Richardson SLP to the Walther PP Super. Some work better than others. Very few have service-gun reliability.
The very nice, slick SIG P230 is a great handgun, and there are not many others I trust.