Beretta decided to take the best parts from their popular handguns and apply them to create a gun that was perfect for defensive use. With a light steel-reinforced polymer frame, smooth contours, familiar trigger and safety systems, and a recoil-reducing rotating barrel, the Px4 Storm is designed to be one of the best concealed carry handguns on the market.
The Beretta PX4 Storm is solid investment from a vendor well-known for quality and reliability. From the rotating barrel to fantastic ergonomics, the Storm is a worthwhile investment for both police and civilian personal defense use.
Beretta introduced a handgun a few years ago that was not revolutionary—it was evolutionary. The PX4 Storm married the proven Beretta double-action trigger and de-cocking safety to a polymer frame. Those preferring the double-action first-shot pistol had a relatively inexpensive alternative to the Beretta 92, and those wishing a durable and reliable, polymer-frame handgun had a counterpoint to the Glock. The primary advantage of the pistol is accuracy.
Concealed carry is on the rise, which means more citizens are able to defends themselves and their loved ones better than ever before. However, that means having the right training, holster, or carry system, and most importantly the right pistol. Handguns are not a one-size-fits-all affair. This makes choosing—or recommending—a handgun rather difficult. However, when it comes to handguns, even men love to shop! Here are 10 top choices for your consideration.
When considering a handgun for concealed carry, generally we all think that smaller is better…or easier, rather. But those smaller guns aren’t always pleasant to train with. There are plenty of quality mid-sized choices to choose from. A mid-sized 9mm means you don’t have to sacrifice accuracy over size. Check out our list of the top 10 mid-sized concealed carry guns.
Just-released ATF figures show that firearms manufacturing in the U.S. broke the 10-million mark for the first time. But why?
The newest firearms from Cheaper Than Dirt include the finest Winchester 1873 replica lever-action rifle you can buy, a popular competition 9mm pistol from Europe, the first ever available Bulgarian AK-74 and a true AR-15 platform chambered in .308 Winchester from DPMS. Hunters, collectors, competitive shooters and cowboy action shooters will find a firearm that fits their needs in one of these new guns.
You may not always be shopping for a new gun, sometimes you just want to dress you your old one. This week’s product spotlight from Cheaper Than Dirt! includes two new stock options for your Ruger 10/22, an angled foregrip from Magpul that gives you better control over your AR-15 and HPR introduces new self-defense handgun ammunition. Check out this week’s newest and coolest firearms and accessories.
Stormtroppers terrorizing a small Kansas town leads to banning open carry in public buildings, the phrase, “What guns? I lost them in a tragic boating accident” takes on a whole new meaning and Cook County, Illinois residents will be allowed to express their opinions on the assault weapons ban, all in today’s high powered headlines—your best source for all firearm industry news.
As a woman wishing to buy her first gun for self-defense, let me ask you this—have you ever bought an expensive pair of shoes or a fancy dress online just to find that after its arrival it doesn’t fit or is extremely uncomfortable. Unlike the dress or shoes, your gun might just save your life. What use is it stuffed in the back of the closet with the tags still on? A gun isn’t an accessory. A gun is a tool that can save your life. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, “When picking out a gun for a girl—fit, feet, and caliber are much more important than what is typically marketed as a “woman’s gun.” When looking to buy your first gun for personal defense, make your choice on what fits best for you, not what color matches the majority of your outfits.