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Pocket Pistols Past and Present

Currently, it is estimated there are around 14 million Americans with Right-to-Carry or carrying a concealed weapon (CCW) permits. And the number of peaceable gun carriers is even higher, as there are 10 states where no permit is required for a law-abiding citizen—who is not a prohibited person—to have a …

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8 Long Guns for Small-Framed Shooters

Not everyone who enjoys the shooting sports is graced with a Herculean physique. Those enthusiasts who have a more compact structure are usually looking for quality rifles and shotguns that feature a shorter length-of-pull (LOP), aren’t too heavy to swing, and produce a moderate or low level of felt recoil. …

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Competition Guns: 9 Out-Of-The-Box Pistols For Your Next Match

Here are a few lesser-known competition guns by Rock Island Armory, Bersa, Springfield Armory, Taurus and more that have won matches in the hands of accomplished shooters. The pistols seen in the gallery above are all ready to come out of the box and head to the firing line. Rock …

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10 Seminal Guns From The Past 300 Years

The concept of concealment is not new. While small-framed handguns are prominent in today’s market, pocket pistols have been reincarnated repeatedly for over 200 years. Throughout their history, pocket pistols have changed yet fundamentally remained the same. They have been called “pocket,” “muff,” “coat,” “derringer,” “boot,” “vest,” “palm” and “subcompact” …

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Six Best Compact Concealed Carry Pistols in 9mm

There are many very good, top-rated 9mm compact pistols available now for concealed carry, so I want to help you narrow your decision by giving you just a few of my opinions here. Of course, picking the best compact concealed carry pistols is a very individual decision for you based on …

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Glock or M&P? – Which is Better?

This video from Green Light Shooting seeks to answer an age old question: what gun is better, Glock or Smith and Wesson’s M&P? Chad says this is the first video he’s bringing to viewers from his new studio, which he’s really excited about. Today’s topic features two of his favorite …

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CZ Vz58 Rifle Family: History and Modernization

In this episode of TFB TV, Edward takes a look at three different variants of the Vz58 platform, the Czech army’s issued rifle, and looks at how the firearm has changed since its original design in the 1950s. Some of the things he focuses on are the aftermarket parts and …

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Hickok45 Shows You the New Ruger MARK IV

Ruger guns have upgraded their exemplary Mark III rimfire gun with another, simple bring down plan that is more reminiscent of current battle gun outlines. Obviously, Hickok 45 finds the opportunity to give one of these sweet new guns a trial. I need to concur with Hickok; the MARK IV …

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Tested: The Ruger LCP II Handgun

With its 2008 introduction of the Lightweight Compact Pistol (LCP), Ruger defined the modern pocket pistol. A locked-breech, hammer-fired, semi-automatic design chambered for .380 ACP, the pistol was slim, trim and snag-free—traits much desired in today’s concealed-carry firearms, and we have the LCP to thank for blazing the trail. Of …

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