Among the more respected but misunderstood handguns is the Czech CZ 75 pistol. Revered by many, the CZ 75 is a proven, accurate, reliable handgun that is often noted for its resemblance to the Browning Hi Power. Other than steel-frame construction and a high-capacity magazine, however, this comparison is misleading and even misinformed. Read the article to find out why.
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Springfield Armory has consistently refined its M1A platform to suit long-range competitive match shooters, operators who want more caliber, and hunters wanting a reliable, rugged, accurate rifle. The new SOCOM 16 is even more adaptable and leaps into the 21st century. It’s a rifle that is modular, adaptable, and customizable, and it runs with the heart of an M1A.
Mikhail Timofeyovich Kalashnikov purportedly devised the assault rifle that bears his name while recovering from wounds incurred during the Battle of Brausk in World War II. While his story has likely been embellished a bit by communist propaganda editors, it is universally accepted that he indeed designed the gun and that it subsequently shaped the firearms world. The author ranks the RPK above the M249 and M60! Did he hit the mark? Read the full story to find out.
If you want a good short .45 look to the Colt Defender. Quite simply, Colt was the first and has offered the most for over 100 years. Read more to discover why the Defender is your best option when concealing a 1911 .45.
The .223/5.56mm platform is a wonderful close-quarters combat system and may be accurate at extended range. However, the punch needed for some chores just isn’t there. When you feel the need for more power, you reach for Smith and Wesson’s M&P .308.
As 2015 comes to a close, The Shooter’s Log and Cheaper Than Dirt! would like to wish our readers, customers and gunowners everywhere a safe and happy holiday season. For your reading pleasure, here are our most-viewed articles from the year just passed.
America’s 1st Freedom Magazine’s staff was able to shoot the Armatix iP1 — and they found a number of problems with the so-called “smart” handgun.
The modern SIG TACOPS are arguably among the finest service grade 1911 handguns ever built. That is quite a claim coming from a 1911 aficionado such as The Shooter’s Log’s Bob Campbell. Read the full report to see why the TACOPS topped Bob’s favorite 1911 on a range showdown.
The target grade .22 is an indispensable part of the shooting battery. ATI’s M1911 Target gives more value than the modest price would indicate.