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Sig Sauer P320 Review from The Truth About Guns

Sig Sauer P320 Review at TTAG

A very honest review of the new striker-fired Sig Sauer P320 at The Truth About Guns.Enjoy!

Glock announces new factory threaded barrels

Glock announces new factory threaded barrels

At the NRA convention, Glock announced it would be offering factory threaded barrels, as well as new production Glock 17Ls. This is great news for Glock aficionados, as the company has not been as active an innovator as many of their competitors. They are even hinting at a single-stack 9mm... I personally love the Glock 17L, the original "competition Glock" with a full 6" barrel. It is one of the most accurate Glocks even at longer distances.

Read more at The Firearm Blog.

My apologies for being away so long...

My apologies for being away so long...enjoy Hickok45's awesome shooting with the new Glock 41 .45 ACP

 

Shooting the new Sig Sauer P 938-22

Shooting the new Sig Sauer P 938-22

While at SHOT Show, we had the opportunity to shoot the new Sig Sauer P 938-22 Long Slide "target" variant, which was very enjoyable to shoot. Apart from offering it as a separate product, Sig will be offering the standard length (3.3 inch barrel) upper as well as the long slide "target" (4.1 inch barrel) upper for your existing 9mm P 938. It was a lot of fun, and quite accurate at about 10 yards. Watch our video below:

The $1,000 Dollar 1,000 Yard Rifle

The $1,000 Dollar 1,000 Yard Rifle

Not long ago we were discussing the Sig SSG 3000 rifle, and although we all love it, many of the comments centered around the high price for this fantastic rifle. Well, our friends over at the Military Arms Channel have posted a couple of YouTube videos of their search for the $1,000 dollar 1,000 yard rifle...enjoy, and let us know what you think!

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Federal Court rules in favor of another shall issue case in California

Federal Court rules in favor of another shall issue case in California

The Second Amendment Foundation and The Calguns Foundation earned a significant victory today when the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed and remanded the case of Richards v. Prieto, challenging the handgun carry license issuing policy of Yolo County, California, Sheriff Ed Prieto.

It would appear that legal carry continues to gain ground when one of the most liberal courts in the country admits that the Constitution means what it says it means.

See more at  Guns.com.

1st Independent Test of G2 RIP Ammo


1st Independent Test of G2 RIP Ammo

The Truth About Guns has run the first independent testing of the new G2 RIP (Radically Invasive Projectile) ammo that has been generating so much buzz lately as “the last round you’ll ever need.” This ammo seems very interesting, so I thought I’d pass this on, since all we’ve had up to now has been the manufacturer’s own information.

G2 Research’s RIP Ammo – Ballistic Testing, Phase One

I have personally gone through a series of steps in selecting my defensive ammo, taking many things into consideration for my individual circumstances and surroundings, so I am always interested in new technology in this area.  What do you think about it?

Shooting the Sig SSG 3000 Rifle

Shooting the Sig SSG 3000 Rifle

The Sig SSG 3000 is one of Sig’s precision big bore rifles. This one in particular was chambered in .308 with a 24” barrel. Now, I am not a hunter or much of an experienced rifle shooter, but I thought I’d try it out while at Sig Sauer’s media range day at Shot Show.

The rifle is extremely well built, solid, and very stable at about 12 lbs. With just a few seconds of instruction by Sig personnel, I was making head-size hits at 100 yds. The trigger is absolutely smooth and light (3.5 lbs. per Sig specs), and the stock design permits a stable and comfortable hold. I’m not sure of the type of scope installed on this one, but it was perfectly zeroed and allowed me to make shots that I would not normally expect to make.

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New Benelli Ethos Shotgun

New Benelli Ethos

As some of you may know, I am a huge fan of shotguns and the shotgun sports. One of my most prized firearms is from the Ethos' predecessor series, the Benelli Performance Shop SuperSport; which is the Benelli SuperSport with the Briley performance upgrades (ported barrel, Briley extended chokes, lengthened forcing cone, back-bored to .733, Briley EZ-bolt release and enlarged bolt handle, polished action, tuned trigger). It is an amazing shotgun, and it works like a charm!

 

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Glock 41 First Impressions

Glock 41 First Impressions

I must admit up front that I am very partial to large frame, long slide pistols. At the end of the day, apart from considerations related to concealed carry, large frame long slide pistols are the easiest to shoot and master, they are more accurate than small ones, and they squeeze more power from any caliber in terms of velocity and force.

The Glock 41 is no exception. It is a full size Glock 21 frame, with a long slide (8.9”) and barrel (5.31”). This is the .45 version of the very successful Glock 34 in 9mm. What are the advantages? A longer, heavier slide which allows for a longer line of sight as well as greater recoil control. The long-slide Glocks in 9mm (model 34) and .40 (model 35) have been extremely successful in competition (IPSC and USPSA, respectively) because of this feature. I own and love an even older version of the long slide Glock, the 17L in 9mm, which has a full 6” barrel, and is extremely accurate and fast at far longer distances than I can accurately shoot with my mid-size Glock 19.

 

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