Posts Tagged ‘SIG SAUER’
Just when you think you have seen it all, someone manages to clone a popular handgun and make it even better. The AREX Rex Zero 1 9mm is an interesting handgun that has proven reliable, accurate, and ergonomic.
The .38 Super was introduced in the 1911 handgun in 1929 to arm peace officers with a hard-hitting handgun that offered good penetration against the new breed of mechanized thug. The .38 Super saw extensive use in the hands of the FBI and figured into the demise of dangerous fugitives such as Baby Face Nelson.
In the firearms world, I see much hype and overstatement. As such, the real article with genuine performance is often under appreciated.
Heckler and Koch’s list of innovations is a long one. The first polymer-framed handguns is most certainly at the from of the list.
SIG Sauer’s 1911 C3 provides the knockdown power shooter’s demand in a package size shooters wish for. After all, we all want
I have always felt that one of the greatest advantages of America’s Black Rifle is modular construction and the .300 Blackout is a popular option for many reasons.
Personal Defense With Limits
When discussing handguns for personal defense there are arguments put forward that are at odds with the reality I have observed. After several years of university study, and 30 years as an armed professional, I have a rather confined idea of realism. I look for vetted information and demand an internal consistency from experiments and data. I feel that my conclusions are valid.
When choosing a handgun, some draft or resolution that is approved by a committee of one should be followed. Some choose the pistol based on appearance; others seek a plenum of truth and search for answers as to pedigree, performance, and reliability.
SIG Sauer has returned the venerable P225 pistol to its catalog. The P225A retains the exceptional look and feel of the original P225, but
Choosing a handgun is a very personal decision. Cost, ergonomics, caliber, and use are all necessary factors and critical to the decision making process. Once you choose a handgun, you must train with it to maximize its advantages and minimize its shortcomings.
Some say John Moses Browning was born with an angel whispering in his ear. The man had great status not only as a designer and inventor
Written by Be a Blogger for a Day Contest Winner, Justin Poynter.
Let me start by saying, I am no gun expert by any means. However, I was raised in a law enforcement family, so
A few months ago, I tested SIG Sauer’s new Elite defense loads. I found each caliber well suited to
For years, I have suffered the insults, ridicule, jokes and consternation of my fellow shooters. The 1911 crowd was never a surprise.