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  1. CrossBreed Announces **NEW** Holsters for Mossberg's MC1sc

    CrossBreed Announces **NEW** Holsters for Mossberg's MC1sc

    When Mossberg announced they were introducing a pistol, heads turned fast enough to hear them snap. The last time Mossberg introduced a handgun, it was over a hundred years ago. In keeping with the recent industry trend of offering smaller, more compact firearms focused on serving the concealed carry market, Mossberg released the MC1sc this year. The Lowdown The base model...
  2. Which Caliber is Best? PRO TIP: It's Not a Number!

    Which Caliber is Best? PRO TIP: It's Not a Number!

    If you are new to owning firearms or looking to purchase your first self-defense handgun, you have undoubtedly asked, “Which caliber is best?” Search the internet with this question and you'll probably find more results than you can read, much less comprehend. Ask your neighborhood “gun guy” and you'll probably kick-start a debate the likes of which you have never...
  3. Sig Sauer Offers Premium Line of P320's With the X-Series

    Sig Sauer Offers Premium Line of P320's With the X-Series

    Sig Sauer didn’t bring a lot of new things to SHOT Show 2019, but they did improve on a number of their existing weapons. This includes the MPX in its ultra-short configuration known as the Copperhead, as well as a few designs in the P320 field. One of the most significant introductions is the newest in the P320 X-Series guns...
  4. SHOT Show 2019: Taurus Brings Their A-Game With New 6- and 16-Shooter

    SHOT Show 2019: Taurus Brings Their A-Game With New 6- and 16-Shooter

    Walking through SHOT Show, it was hard to miss the Taurus booth. Bright orange and white, super clean and sleek. The booth was well-organized with friendly reps eager to talk to those wandering through. Best of all, they had wall upon wall of guns; easy to identify and ample opportunity to handle every one of them. I stopped in last...
  5. The Inspirational Pearl Harbor Ritual Few Americans Know About

    The Inspirational Pearl Harbor Ritual Few Americans Know About

    December 7, Pearl Harbor Day, is a widely observed as a day to remember the 2,390 American casualties in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on this day in 1941. With ceremonies from the White House to the Pacific Ocean, we do our best to honor the men and women who perished. But one little-known ceremony of hope and peace has...

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