Col. Rex Applegate may no longer be with us. However, Colt's New Agent proves Applegate's doctrine regarding Instinctive Shooting is still very much alive and well.
While I'm not normally the type of person who gauges my week based on the arrival of swag, last week was extra cool.
What was once old is new again. Check out the latest from legendary 1911-maker Detonics.
Check out the Stoeger Cougar 8000. It's a pistol with a little bit of history that has an MSRP of just $449.
The Ultra Covert II is a product of the Kimber Custom Shop and is a high-end pistol all the way. All Custom Shop guns are built by hand and get extra attention from Kimber's in-house gunsmiths.
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.
While .380 ACP pistols are far from new—having first seen the light of day in the early 20th century—these are all fresh. More importantly, they are all very small and very light.
"Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue like its snappy ACOG acronym. Sometimes shorter is better, and Trijicon designed its latest ACOG—the TA44S-10—with this in mind.
Having touched on the murky origins of the Detonics MK VII, I can't resist the opportunity to discuss another equally interesting, mysterious and truly unique pistol—The ASP.
Some words convey strong visual images. For example, the word bodyguard always made me think of a large, intimidating man protecting another person from any encountered threats.