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Using Cover in the Home

Learn what works for cover, and what doesn't, should you have to protect yourself from gunfire while in your home.

Getting in to Practical Shooting

"Top Shot" contestant, blogger, radio host and competitive shooter Caleb Giddings gives advice on how to start in Practical Shooting—a must read for anyone looking to improve their shooting skills.

Gear for the MGM Ironman

Bryce Towsley participated in the most extreme 3-gun competition in the world and the equipment he used took as much of a beating as he did. The gear survived fine, but the jury's still out on Towsley.

Kimber Stainless Target ll

Kimber's Stainless Target II is a full-size, production 1911 with many custom-like features and precision tolerances that set it apart from the run-of-mill version of this old warhorse.

EAA Witness

The Witness series of pistols from European American Armory (EAA) has always been unique. While the core design of the pistol could be viewed as relatively traditional by today's standards, the Witness is home to numerous innovations and adaptations.

Kel-Tec PF-9 Pistol

Kel-Tec has developed a reputation for innovative and affordable firearm designs. Its new PF-9, a polymer-and-steel pistol chambered in 9 mm, is designed to fill a niche in Kel-Tec's line between its P-3AT (a single-stack, 8.3-ounce .380 ACP) and its P-11 (a double-stack, 14-ounce 9 mm), and it is a hybrid of the two designs.

Law Enforcement Trade-in Pistols

When I have been asked this question by acquaintances, I have suggested they consider law enforcement (LE) trade-in pistols. My reasoning is, by the nature of their duties and the research and testing resources available to the departments that select them, pistols formerly used by LE organizations can easily fit all the above-mentioned criteria.

Stoegar Cougar 8000

Check out the Stoeger Cougar 8000. It's a pistol with a little bit of history that has an MSRP of just $449.

Beretta PX4

Dating back to the early part of the 20th century, this classic cartridge is inexorably tied to the seminal John Moses Browning 1911 design for which the cartridge was developed. However, one of the most recent offerings to chamber this cartridge, the rotary barrel-locking Beretta Px4 Storm, is by no means a conventional handgun design.

Sig Sauer P250 Compact

At the heart of the P250's modular capabilities is its fire-control assembly, or frame. The versatility is made possible by the fact that, unlike most polymer semi-autos, the 250's hammer, sear and trigger, are contained in a single unit.

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