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A couple of years ago, SIG Sauer announced that the P220 chambered for 10mm would join the Legion family, and I was excited. The word was that it would follow the release pattern of DA/SA first, then the single-action-only (SAO) would come later. I opted to hold out for the SAO, figuring it would be a more interesting gun and because at the time I had just done a review of the P220 Legion in .45 ACP. Had I known it would take more than two years, I might not have made that choice. But – as they say – good things are worth the wait, and this new Legion pistol proves that old saying to be, once again – true.

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When the Mauser M18 rifle was first introduced last year, reactions were predictably split. Some hunters immediately rushed out to buy one while some of the more stodgy types among us declared, “That’s not a Mauser – it’s a push feed!”

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Beretta 92X Performance – A Factory Built Race Gun

Thursday, February 27th 2020 03:24 PM

Beretta’s new 92X Performance is a match-ready pistol direct from the Italian factory.

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What’s The Deal With Muzzle Brakes? Unique AR’s ROOK

Wednesday, February 26th 2020 01:39 PM

There are all kinds of muzzle devices that folks attach to their barrels. Some of them are just flash hiders, but others have more profound effects. Muzzle brakes are a powerful way to positively affect accuracy, and they work for all rifles, not just ARs. To get some insight into muzzle brakes, I visited Unique-ARs in McCall, Idaho. In addition to custom AR-15’s, they also make the ROOK brake.

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Ruger 57 – The Best Ruger Handgun in 5 Decades?

Wednesday, February 19th 2020 12:35 PM

This week, we got our hands on what has to be the hottest pistol of the year, the Ruger 57. The 57 was an unexpected evolution for team Ruger and hit like a shockwave when it was released. I, for one, was also absolutely stunned by what Ruger has built-in terms of features and quality. But the first question some of you may have is, why the 5.7x 28 cartridge?

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What to Do After You Shoot Someone in Self Defense

Thursday, February 13th 2020 10:01 AM

Home invasions happen. It is important to know what to do if you shoot an intruder in self defense.

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The five new firearms feature synthetic stocks, fiber optic sights, and accessory rail space for anything you’d want to attach.

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Springfield has released a new line of XDm handguns that they are dubbing the “Elite.” These new XD-M Elites are everything that they suggest in the name. I was able to get my hands on all four new additions in order to test them and develop an opinion on them that I can now share. Here’s your first look into the XD-M Elites: The trigger is superb, they proved extremely reliable, the grip safety is redesigned and consequently more comfortable and reliably activated, and the magazine capacity is bigger than it has ever been, and so on.

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There are a ton of different 22LR suppressors out there on the market, but all of them have one drawback due to the nature of the cartridge itself: they get extremely dirty. This is a problem of the past with OSS‘s new flow-through 22 caliber suppressor. Because of the unique design of the “Flow Baffle,” the expanding gasses are slowed and routed radially, between the outer tube and the core to then exit out of vent holes at the muzzle. This high-pressure flow carries with it a ton of lead and carbon into the open atmosphere, keeping the inside much cleaner than traditional cans.

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Review: Mossberg MC1sc

Thursday, January 9th 2020 10:20 AM

When I was invited to go to Gunsite Academy for a new product launch from Mossberg late last year, my brain immediately sprang into action trying to figure out what the firearm might be. Fresh off the success of the Shockwave and 590M models, I had it in the back of my head that we might be seeing a semi-automatic version of the Shockwave, or perhaps a magazine-fed version of the 930 to complement the 590M.

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