For years, I have suffered the insults, ridicule, jokes and consternation of my fellow shooters. The 1911 crowd was never a surprise.
Posts Tagged ‘SIG SAUER’
No new handgun will better serve those willing to master their personal handgun. Achieving a higher degree of protection requires more practice and more investment
Jump on any firearms group or chat board and before long, someone will pose a question about which model or
At one time, AR-15 and AK-47 designs were black and white. They were easy to identify by sight and sound because they fired their own specific cartridges using their own specific operating system. Today, that clear black-and-white demarcation is gone, replaced with a range of alternative rifles that use varying qualities of each platform to make new mutants, hybrids, mongrels, oddities, novelties, or whatever you want to call them.
Join any chat board or gun discussion and SIG Sauer will make its way to the top. Known primarily for
2014 was a good year for the gun industry as well as gun owners. Plenty of firearm manufacturers produced affordable, yet reliable
I have observed a number of revolutions in the handgun world. The Glock pistol and the popularity of polymer frame handguns
Warm or cold weather, fashion, tactical considerations and personal preferences will all play into your decision when
After deploying a steel frame handgun for many years I have come to appreciate lightweight (LW) frame handguns. Aluminum frame revolvers
Handgun articles are a favorite of readers who visit The Shooter’s Log, and interest in handguns cuts across
When choosing ammunition, you must first ask what does the bullet do? While most ammunition is used for mundane chores,
There is a little something for every shooter and outdoor adventurer in this week’s new product spotlight from Cheaper Than Dirt!
Another Rock Island Auction Company event is coming up and you know what that means, lots of guns are
During the past decade, I have tested, evaluated, modified and carried SIG handguns regularly. I have observed them in
Adam Painchaud, director of the SIG SAUER Academy in New Hampshire, demonstrates exactly how much your red-dot’s point of aim and