Tag Archives: 9mm

After Action Review: Teufelshund Tactical SMG Operators Course, Overview/Pre-Course

From GATDaily In perfect harmony with the uptick in pistol caliber carbine interest I was given a valuable opportunity to attend a training course specifically geared towards the PCC/SMG market. We at GAT hit cyclically on the disparity of investment between an individuals equipment and their training. People have a tendency to vastly under invest in training even after purchasing …

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The 2017 Line-Up: Nighthawk Custom

2017 is turning into an exciting year for the firearm industry Nighthawk Custom, a company that since 2004 has been masterfully pushing the 106 year old John Browning legend to an artistic mechanical pinnacle, is riding that new years wave with their 1911 additions. Let’s have a look. Border Special The Border Special is a commander size 1911 in .45 …

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GLOCK 9mm Pistol Chosen as the New FBI Gun

According to documents released today the FBI has awarded GLOCK up to 85,000,000 for new 9mm pistols. You can see the official listing here: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=3003911f9f7ff35889bf5f46c48ba0ef&tab=core&tabmode=list&= It has been a few years in the making with the reports of the FBI looking at 9mm seriously. With increased stopping power of modern ammunition, the ability to carry additional rounds, reduced recoil and …

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New Walther PPS Gen 2 Review

Single-stack, 9mm sub-compact pistols are a market that has proven to have staying power, and Walther secured a spot as a top contender in this market with the introduction of their original PPS back in 2007. The new release of the PPS M2, however, changes characteristics that made the original feel like a European gun, and bring it more inline …

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You Need a Glock 19, Part 2

  Several weeks ago I published a short article on choosing a defensive handgun that was, in a tongue and cheek manner, implying shooters need a Glock 19 and on a more serious note a peer handgun of some sort on par with the Glock 19. In that article, I cast a fairly wide net on the definition of a ‘peer firearm’ and …

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Blitzkrieg Components 9mm Hydraulic AR Buffer Review

[egg id=”1″] One of my favorite guns to run out and have some fun with is Rock River 9mm LAR-9. It has all the ergonomics of the AR platform combined with the cost efficiency and low recoil of the 9mm round. Not to mention it’s just a lot of fun to shoot! Now the fact that I already LOVE this …

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Detroit Bullet Works Ammo Luggage™

Most of us have an EDC that we carry with us. Others have a go bag or get home bag that is in our car or home that is fully packed with items that are needed in an emergency, and you likely would not be here if that did not include ammo. Ammunition in long-term storage with wide hot and …

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AR500 Armor Ballistic Testing

  Over the last few months we have been wearing, using and preparing reviews for the AR500 Armor® that we received. We published one, not to long ago, about the basics of the armor as well as proper fit, which you can read here: Basics on Body Armor When I first started looking at these plates I was approached by a …

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Sig Sauer P938 Review Follow up

It has now been several months since I purchased the sig p938. You can see our original review with technical specs and our initial thoughts here.    Originally we purchased a P938 Extreme with Hogue G-10 grips for Mrs. Shooter, because of her small hands and fingers that required a short Single Action Only trigger. After taking her CPL course …

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