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          The new PPS redefines the gun made famous by Ian Fleming's James Bond.    By Dave Compact

From Walther With Love

Dave Spaulding - September 24, 2010

The new PPS redefines the gun made famous by Ian Fleming's James Bond. By Dave

              By Joseph von Benedikt    Manufactured in Germany using certified Carl Zeiss glass, Accessories

Docter USA Red Dot

Joseph von Benedikt - September 24, 2010

By Joseph von Benedikt Manufactured in Germany using certified Carl Zeiss...

The brass thinks 'cocked and locked' is too scary, but the pluses outweigh the minuses. Training

A Case for the 1911

Dave Spaulding - September 24, 2010

The brass thinks 'cocked and locked' is too scary, but the pluses outweigh the minuses.

The British SAS (Special Air Service) is a well-known elite military unit, so when it recently adopted the MP9, the fully automatic version of the TP-9, it likely portended a boost in sales of both versions of the gun, even though it isn't cheap. Semi-Auto

Brugger & Thomet TP-9

Doug Larson - September 24, 2010

The British SAS (Special Air Service) is a well-known elite military unit, so when it recently...

              By Patrick Sweeney    There's a saying among the firearms cognoscenti: Ammo

A Very Effective .38 Snubbie Load

Patrick Sweeney - September 24, 2010

By Patrick Sweeney There's a saying among the firearms cognoscenti: "Friends...

Standbys of the Old Warsaw Pact Semi-Auto

The 9x18mm Makarov

leroy thompson - September 24, 2010

Standbys of the Old Warsaw Pact

Sauer's revolutionary 38(H) Historical

Handgun of the Fallschirmjager: Sauer 38(H) Pocket Pistol

Peter G. Kokalis - September 24, 2010

Sauer's revolutionary 38(H)

XS sights perform brilliantly in the Arizona dusk. Training

Fast Target Access At Gunsite

Dave Spaulding - September 24, 2010

XS sights perform brilliantly in the Arizona dusk.

The conclusions from twenty-five years of lethal force investigation. Training

What Really Happens In A Gunfight?

Dave Spaulding - September 24, 2010

The conclusions from twenty-five years of lethal force investigation.

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