Springfield Armory TRP Operator Pistol

Springfield Armory has a new 1911 with an extended dust cover and integral mounting rails for a flashlight or laser. It’s about time someone did this with a 1911. There is also a Mil-Spec Operator, but the TRP is the higher-end model. Click here to go to link

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FSSG Fire Selector System for Glock Pistols (DefRev Original Content)

by David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Photo Credit: FSSG June 5, 2001 Every once in a while, something comes along that is so interesting, it is simply hard to believe that it’s actually possible–that it really exists. The FSSG Fire-Selector System is just one of those things. In a nutshell, this is the single coolest aftermarket product we’ve …

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Gun laws.

Here’s a site that’s worth checking out for those interested in stories regarding gun legislation. Click here to visit

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Gun Day in Chicago

concealcarry.org is suggesting that city residents carry a concealed firearm to the ‘Taste of Chicago’ festival on July 4th. Gun owners are invited to pack the heat in a fanny pack. The unlicensed are encouraged to fill their fanny packs with toy weapons, squirt guns, or other decoys to flummox the authorities. "Let the police figure out which in the …

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HK MP7 PDW. Serious Compact Firepower

By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com November 17th, 2002 Every once in awhile, as the editor of Defense Review, I have the rare and somewhat distinct pleasure of handling and firing a firearm that is not only brand spanking new, but actually manages to knock my socks off. Please keep in mind that I did not expect Heckler …

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Gunfighting: The Value of Experience by Gabe Suarez

The Value of Experience The Value of Experience by: Gabe Suarez Experience. Without bothering Mr. Webster, we can loosely define it as the sum total of what we’ve done. Experience can lead to knowledge, but not the reverse. When what we’ve done is combined with what we’ve learned, we have that valuable commodity sought by every interested party from sea …

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The Fighting Posture (a.k.a. Weaver or Isosceles — Which is Better?)

Fighting Posture The Fighting Posture (a.k.a. Weaver or Isosceles — Which is Better?) By: Gabe Suarez OK, this is probably going to aggitate the purists on either side of the fence, but I never worried about that. Here goes! The shooting stance you use is irrelevant as long as it provides you with certain, combat-essential attributes. I am well aware …

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Integrated Force

Integrated Force Integrated Force By: Gabe Suarez Images of third world jungles flash through your mind as you and your partner search the overgrown wooded freeway embankment. The sweat pours down your face as you move ghostlike through the bush, as you search for the would-be killer. Your sweaty hand tightens around the light-equipped Glock, as you remember the victim’s …

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Gunfighting: The Teuller Drill and Its Applications

The Teuller Drill and Its Applications The Teuller Drill and Its Applications by Gabe Suarez In the early eighties, a young police officer named Dennis Teuller wrote an article for Chuck Taylor’s SWAT Magazine titled "How close is too close?". In the ground breaking article, Officer Teuller compared the time frames in which an adequately trained officer could draw and …

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FN Five-SeveN: Is this the handgun of the future?

FN Five-SeveN Pistol FN Five-SeveN Pistol: Future of Things to Come? by: T.J. Mullin At the turn of the century when military handguns first were being chambered for smokeless cartridges, there was a tendency to make them in the same bore size as their military rifle counterparts. This is why we have .30 and .32 caliber revolvers in Sweden, Norway …

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