Ruger SR1911 in 10mm – You Gotta See This

The Ruger SR1911 retails at $1,019 however local gun stores have it available for right around $750. Its features include; a five-inch bushingless bull-barrel, full-length guide rod, rubber grips, (2) eight-round magazines, skeleton trigger and hammer, a 70’s series (without a firing pin block) 5.75-pound trigger and target sights with the rear being adjustable. Other features include a flat mainspring housing, extended beavertail, and a non-textured front strap on the grip. All things considered, the Ruger SR1911 10mm is a loaded package that’s put together with typical Ruger Firearms quality.

Guns DO save lives.

It was late December, 1971, and tensions in the city were high.  While everyone was used to a certain level of crime being perpetrated throughout the 5 boroughs, one rash of incidents had many on edge.  For several weeks,  two men were out targeting diners, coffee shops, and just about any other place where a full cash drawer could be found. Upon entering an establishment, without saying a word, one would shoot the person behind the counter and the other would empty the till. This one night, they selected their next target…and this is what happened next.

The NEW (Upgraded) Walther CCP M2

The Walther CCP (concealed carry pistol) is a sub-compact 9mm pistol with a single stack magazine that carries eight rounds. It has excellent ergonomics and shoots incredible all  while maintaining …

The NEW (Upgraded) Walther CCP M2

The Walther CCP was created to provide a softer shooting experience by using a gas-delayed blow-back system (soft-coil system) to drastically reduce felt recoil. This system also enables Walther to install a light recoil spring which allows the pistol’s slide to be easily manipulated when charging a round. The Walther CCP was marketed to female shooters, senior citizens and others who lack the needed hand strength to manually work the upper slide. It was a brilliant idea.

Things Like That Mean a Whole Damn Lot

This past Saturday I had the opportunity to participate in an Urban Rifle training course offered by Sheriff Scott Nichols Sr. and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department up here in Maine. I’ve known Scott for a little while, with him being the Sheriff of the County I live in, and had previously interviewed him for Liberty First Foundation.