There are literally hundreds of various 12 gauge shotgun loads. The various loads serve a variety of purposes. Then, if we add shotgun chokes to the equation, things can become even more confusing rather quickly.
For a while now, I’ve been running a video series called, “Handgun Showdown.” I’ve enjoyed aligning two manufacturers against each other while leaving the results in the hands of the viewers. The viewers write comments about which company they feel makes the better handguns. Each time I do this, I realize how diverse people are with their choices. I never know how the final results will shake out.
Taurus 856 Taurus upped their game with their revolver line when they introduced the new Taurus 856. They took their long standing Taurus 85 that holds five rounds and created …
Each year brings us a series of new handguns that enter the pistol market. The year, 2019 was no different. In fact, this year brought us many new and exciting …
When I visited the KelTec showroom during Shot Show 2019, I witnessed the weirdest looking pistol I have seen in a long time. It was called the KelTec CP33. I quickly became impressed as I read its brochure. I learned that the CP stands for “Competition Pistol” and the 33 means that it has magazines that carry 33 rounds. Immediately I thought to myself, “this is a liberal politician’s nightmare.” For that fact alone, I loved it. The more I held the pistol, asked questions and learned about its features, I knew I had to have a KelTec CP33.
The bottom line is, the EOTech went in the trash and I needed a reliable optic system that was rugged and could handle stress. I needed something I could rely on that was too difficult to operate. After studying various optic systems and reading many reviews, I chose the Vortex Strikefire II and the Vortex 3X magnifier. The Strikefire II and 3X’s magnifier combined cost less than one EOTech 512. I could not be happier with this optic system.
As ignorant liberals spout off their anti-gun make believe fallacies, pro-gun Missouri State Representative Andrew McDaniel wrote a bill that would mandate the purchase of an AR15. All Missouri residents between the ages of 18 – 34 would have one year to purchase an AR15 rifle. The state would even offer a tax credit that the purchaser can use to deduct against their income. The bill is called the McDaniel Militia Act. It also requires over the age of 21 to own a handgun. Is this crazy? No, it’s brilliant and this is why.
The popularity of the lightweight sub-compact handgun has increased significantly over the years. As people train for and apply for their concealed carry permits throughout the country, they often ask, what handgun would suit my needs for reliable shooting and comfortable carrying. The production and demand of single single-stack 9mm handguns has increased big time by many major firearm manufacturers.
CZ brilliantly waived a carrot in front of gun enthusiast’s eyes by posting pictures of two new P-10 models. The CZ P-10F is a full-size handgun that hosts 19 rounds of 9mm. Then there is the CZ P-10S which is a sub-compact pistol that had people’s heads spinning with excitement. Let us focus on the CZ P-10S for this review.
I have always been a fan of Kahr Arms handguns. They produce some of the smallest and lights pistols in today’s market. The reliability and craftsmanship of the Kahr models instills the confidence I need when carrying my Kahr P9 everyday. There is just something about that smooth double-action trigger that consistently keeps me coming back to Kahr Arms.