It is interesting to note the differences in glove sizes and contrast this to the “one-size-fits-all” handgun grip frame. The…Read More >
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A question that comes up around gun shops is, “Who still uses the .38 Super,” if anyone? I am one…Read More >
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Honor Defense manufactures excellent-quality defensive handguns. The Honor Guard in several versions has earned a good reputation for reliability and…Read More >
Next to food, clothing, and shelter, the need for self-defense is prominent in our genes. You did not make many…Read More >
There are few subjects as prone to create an argument as personal defense handguns and calibers. Some have a “devil may care” attitude and deploy anything, stating most are the same, while others go into great, even minute detail, in their testing and choices. Critical Defense and Critical Duty loads are not really variants of the XTP but fresh designs for a specific purpose. They have Hornady quality in common, however. These loads make the most of a handgun caliber.
Purchasing an AR-15 rifle was far simpler when the only choice was Colt. Later, we had Armalite and a few others. Today, I cannot count the makers. Some are genuine manufacturers and others are small operators putting together rifles from outsourced parts. As long as the parts are high quality, that is fine. There is a lot of talent in the business. Diamondback’s DB15 exemplifies such talent.