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Category: Police Weapons
The parts are available to build inexpensive suppressors online, but when do solvent traps become a felony?
Tannerite is a fun target when used in a safe environment. It can also catch an unsuspecting criminal.
The fact that .38 Specials can be fired in a .357 Magnum chamber is well known. Why they are called .38s is a little more obscure.
Kevin Newberry offers his opinions on handgun stopping power and how to predict the best real-world performers.
Writer Charles Schwartz explains Quantitative Ammunition Selection and how it can help you make better ammunition choices.
The best book on the subject we have seen.
If you’re going to prevail against a person who is mentally deranged, a career, hardened criminal or against one or more of those vermin from the Middle East, you have to be able to convert any fear you have to anger.
Kevin Newberry explains how to get the most out of combat pistols. This is a must read for anyone who carries a handgun for self defense.
The 9mm is back in police holsters in ever greater numbers, replacing the .40 S&W as the police cartridge of choice. Jim Waddell looks at what is driving this trend.