Two of GLOCKs most forgotten models

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By Luis Valdes The GLOCK Model 17L and Model 24 are two of their lowest sellers. I think the .45 GAPs even have sold more...

Making another 80% Sig P320 – Part 1

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Part 1, the easy part A while back I said I was going to do this, and I did. So let us talk about...

Ed Brown Colt Maxi Comp

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pistol_purview Long before before he had a custom shop that was pumping out dozens of Kobra bobtails, Missouri native Ed Brown was himself a custom...

Guns From The Back Of The Safe

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By Luis Valdes I have basically forgotten about my S&W M&P .40 S&W Shield. I got it before GLOCK released the G42 and G43. So yeah,...

The Battle of the American .45 ACP Pistols Part II –...

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By Luis Valdes Fire up your $5k Gateway Solo 2200 laptop and open up Netscape Navigator. We're going on another trip back through time!   We originally looked...

1986 Bianchi Cup S&W

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supervel This is a rule-bending revolver that caused a big kerfuffle at the 1986 Bianchi Cup when I was called up to provide the required...

VP70

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supervel Holding 18 rounds of 9x19 in its tapered magazine, HK’s radical VP70 was a revolutionary design. It’s the first polymer framed handgun, although not...

Richard Shockey Custom Colt

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pistol_purview Richard Shockey was a contemporary of masters like Clark Chow, Giles, and Pachmayr. His bullseyes guns were mythical in their function and accuracy. Considering...

The SIG P210

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supervel Much older than you might think, the SIG P210 pistol was introduced in 1948 and formally adopted by the Swiss Army in 1949 as...

John Spilborough 1967 Colt 1911

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pistol_purview 1967 Colt 1911 by Santa Barbara gunsmith John Spilborough. Spilborough immigrated to the US from Belgium in 1967. He was an accomplished machinist and...