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All About Handgun Ammo

Rich and Jim get into the nitty gritty of the FBI ammo protocol, firing into various barriers to illustrate what can happen to a bullet.

KelTec CMR30 22WMR Review - Compact, Versatile & Fun to Shoot

KelTec CMR30 22WMR Review - Compact, Versatile & Fun to Shoot

Designed for lightweight, low recoil accuracy, the CMR30 .22 WMR features a nice, single-action trigger, ambidextrous dual non-reciprocating operating handles, ambidextrous safety and heel catch magazine release. The KelTec CMR30 is a .22 Magnum carbine that holds 30 rounds in each of its two flush-fit magazines. That's a lot of firepower for a 3.8-pound, semi-auto, collapsible truck gun. It comes out of the box as you see it, including Magpul sights and ambidextrous, non-reciprocating dual operating handles. She's a straight blow-back tack driver that delivers a ton of fun.

KelTec P17 22LR Pistol – Feature Packed, Accurate & Fun to Shoot

KelTec P17 22LR Pistol – Feature Packed, Accurate & Fun to Shoot

If you're in the market for a 17-round, compact .22LR pistol that's feature packed, then the P17 is definitely an option for you. At less than 14 ounces fully loaded, and barely longer than a dollar bill, the P17 is concealable for pretty much anyone. The threaded barrel, Picatinny-style accessory rail, ambidextrous safety, ambidextrous magazine release and three (3) 16rd magazines come standard. That's a lot of value added in such a small package.

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.

Practice Versus Training

Practice Versus Training

Some shooters say they 'practice,' others say they 'train.' Are they the same things? Jim and Rich tackle these often misunderstood concepts.

Concealed Carry Secrets

Concealed Carry Secrets

Jim, Rich and Jessica show you what you need to know for more effective concealed carry. On 'Help Desk,' Rich and Jim go over different styles of triggers and what they're good for, and Jim and Scott debate the merits of two popular .22 semi-autos.

Feeding Your AR-15

Feeding Your AR-15

There's a wide variety of ammo on the market for the AR1-15, and Jim and Rich explain how to select the right one for your needs.

.22s Rule!

.22s Rule!

Jessica, Jim and Scott dive into the world of .22s -- both rifles and pistols -- and show why they're not only fun but great training tools.

Crazy for Carbines

Crazy for Carbines

Scott, Rich and Jim go in-depth on carbines and demonstrate why these guns are great defensive arms. 'Help Desk' covers the critical decisions in choosing a holster, and on 'This or This?' Jim and Rich have a red dot versus iron sight showdown.

Pinking with Purpose

Pinking with Purpose

Jim, Rich and Scott show you how to jazz up your training with fun targets and challenges. On 'This or This?' Jim and Scott take sides on what makes the best trail gun, and Jim and Rich do a bag dump of must-have range gear on 'Help Desk.'

Defending The Castle

Defending The Castle

Jessica, Jim and Rich tackle home defense with handguns and rifles, plus flashlight techniques that help defenders identify and hit their targets. On 'This Or This,' Scott and Jim try to settle their debate on which semi-auto rimfire platform rules.

Rockin

Rockin' Revolvers

Rich, Scott and Jim explore the world of revolvers. Rich and Jim talk carry-gun ammo maintenance on 'Help Desk,' and on 'This Or This' they have a timely debate on which is better for defensive handgunning: red dots or iron sights.

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