When I choose a concealed carry handgun, I look at several factors. First: concealability. While some may be able to…Read More >
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What happens when your gun does not go bang? Malfunctions, such as squibs, stovepipes, failures to feed or eject, misfires, hangfires, slamfires, double feeds, and short strokes, will happen. Your first fix for most malfunctions is tap-rack-bang! Learn more about how to identify them and fix them on The Shooter’s Log at CheaperThanDirt.com.
It’s not just about how it feels—there are more things you need to consider when purchasing a handgun. Here is a walk-through guide on how to evaluate a pistol using only 50 rounds of ammo.