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Archive for category Handguns
Back in January, GOPUSA reported on Benjamin Srigley, a 39-year-old man who lives in Washington, DC. Srigley saw three pitbulls attack 11-year-old Jayeon Simon as the boy rode his bike. Srigley ran into his house and grabbed his handgun. He shot one of the three dogs. A nearby police officer heard the shots and once arriving on the scene, shot the other two.
The overall tone of the report in negative, but not as bad as I was expecting:
The ArtOfManliness.com has a good introductory article on how carry with different types of attire.
How to arrange good-looking clothing around the decidedly non-standard bulge of a handgun is a topic worth looking at. It’s something that a whole range of men need to think about: police detectives, security guards, entrepreneurs in dangerous countries, and even your average American civilian who prefers to be armed.
“Concealed carry” exists for a number of reasons. When you’re doing it, you want to be living up to both parts of the phrase: you want to be carrying, and have access to, a firearm, and you want it to be discreetly hidden until such time as you need it.
From: Carry On Movement
This video is from DEFCON a conference about technology and security. In this particular video the speaker demonstrates how most gun locks and safes are worthless. WARNING this video has foul language.
From Military Arms Channel:
Polycase is shipping their first polymer cased ammunition in .380
Double Diamond Supply now has lowers for sale that accept various Glock mags.
Business End Customs will customize Glocks by beveling the edges and chopping the grips to fit shorter magazines. They also customize 1911s and Smith&Wessons.
Because of the nature of a carbine, an easy to maneuver short-barreled rifle, they seem to simplify things for new shooters – especially one chambered in a pistol caliber, like say the Hi-Point Carbine 4595.
Review by Guns&Ammo of the CZ P-09 Duty:
Based on the short-recoil, locked-breech design principles of John Browning’s linkless cam locking system, the new P-09 Duty represents yet another evolution of the company’s duty pistols that goes back to the CZ 75 (a non-1911 that even Jeff Cooper praised).
1911s Suck Part 2