For those that missed the posts on Facebook, the Walther PPS is truly an experiment for me. I bought this gun blindly off of online reviews and having never handled one in person. Now, you may be wondering to yourself why I would do that. Well, many people can’t find gun A or gun B locally to fondle before buying and go blindly off of what reviewers say. So, to better my reviews for you, I decided to do just that, and then compare my findings to what I found in the reviews I watched.
The Glock 19x is one that I thrashed when it came out on the market. I saw no value in the design…why would someone want a compact slide on a full-sized frame? Well, slowly but surely, my curiosity got the best of me. Between talking to a friend who is former LE, seeing all of the torture test articles, and more… I wanted to try Glock again.
I held a Facebook poll to see which review everyone wanted first for knives…the Tenacious took the lead, so here we are! The Tenacious is a knife that I had picked up slightly before the Ontario Rat 1…I liked it too much… and then bought the Rat 1 to beat up hardcore. Depending on how much value you put into pocket knives, the Tenacious is going to be seen as a budget option by most since it comes in right under $40 typically.
So, earlier this month (May) Canik debuted the ONE series of the TP9. The ONE series is supposed to be the budget version of the TP9 line of pistols. If you’ve followed the TP9 since it hit the market, these prices may get your a little red under the ears. Now, before I go into the price, I’ll go over what they’re doing to bring the price down.