Posts Tagged ‘Wilson Combat’

WIlson Combat 92 with VZ Grips profile left

Improving the Beretta 92

If there is a battle proven handgun that stands a head and shoulders above the rest—in this century—it is the Beretta 92. Soldiers returning home from overseas often choose a Beretta for their personal sidearm. My son, Captain Matthew Campbell carried the Beretta in Kosovo, Korea, and the Middle East. That is enough recommendation for me.

cutaway of a lead core bullet with a red polycoat sheath

Review: Federal Syntech Ammunition

It is notable that while modern defensive ammunition has received a great deal of development—and competition is fierce—we are still using the same old lead and jacketed bullets as we have for the past 120 years or more. The high degree of reliability inherent in modern manufacturing by Federal Cartridge Company has crossed over into practices lines such as the Federal American Eagle, but by and large the same, jacketed bullet is used. Federal recently finished a years long development of a new practice load, and the American Eagle Syntech is well worth your time and effort to obtain and use.

Taurus 8-Round Magazine

1911 Magazines

The 1911 is without a doubt one of the most popular pistols in the country. Its longevity is a testament to the genius of its design.  Subtle improvements have been made to John Moses Browning’s iconic design, and it still suffers from one weak spot—the magazine.