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Dan Wesson Kodiak 1911 10mm

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The Kodiak is a long slide 1911-style semi-auto complete with 6-inch bull barrels and chambered in 10mm.

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Julie Golob of Team Smith & Wesson guest stars, joining Jim and Scott for a discussion of how best to introduce new shooters to the sport.

Compact Carry Pistols Are Effective With Practice

Compact Carry Pistols Are Effective With Practice

Small, compact semi-auto pistols are popular with concealed-carry firearm buyers, and these two models – the KelTec PF9 9mm and the Ruger LCP II .22LR – are no exceptions. They are effective for personal protection but only if you put in the time to practice.

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SIG Academy's Hana Bilodeau joins Rich and Jim to discuss the essential skills all handgunners should master.

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The defensive handgun market is ripe with affordable, accurate and dependable choices, but these six compact high-capacity 9mm pistols stand out from the rest of the field.6 Best Compact High-Capacity 9mm Handguns Compact

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A look at eight optics-ready pistols for just about any application or budget, including offerings from CZ-USA, Springfield, Smith & Wesson and more.8 Great Red-Dot-Ready Pistols Sights

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Richard Nance and Scott Rupp discuss recoil when using revolvers.Managing Recoil with Revolvers Handguns - Handguns TV - The Show

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Handguns TV - July 25, 2018

Richard Nance and Scott Rupp discuss recoil when using revolvers.

Richard Nance and James Tarr discuss lights and lasers for low-light defense.Flashlight Techniques in Low Light Handguns - Handguns TV - The Show

Flashlight Techniques in Low Light

Handguns TV - July 10, 2018

Richard Nance and James Tarr discuss lights and lasers for low-light defense.

James Tarr reviews the Taurus 856 revolver.Guns & Gear: Taurus 856 Handguns - Handguns TV - The Show

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Handguns TV - August 14, 2018

James Tarr reviews the Taurus 856 revolver.

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