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Ruger MK IV 22/45, the update we been waiting for.

The Ruger MK series of pistols are a favorite among rimfire enthusiasts. Though plenty accurate and reliable they were, to put it bluntly, aggravating as hell to disassemble and reassemble. Though it took Ruger a while to address this, with the new MK IV series of pistols they have finally fixed the disassembly/reassemble process. Initial Impressions  […]

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Remington RP9, similar but different

My close friend Charles ‘Charlie” Brown acquired a new RP9 through Remington and was kind enough to bring it by for a test drive and to see what is what. At first glance the RP9 is a polymer receiver striker fired duty size pistol, with eighteen plus one capacity. There is no shortage of such handguns […]

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Coonan .357 Magnum Automatic, compensated. Better got better.

Coonan .357 Magnum Automatic compensated, better got better. It was last year when I published the Coonan Classic .357 Magnum review, and you can read that by following this link.   When I was given the opportunity to review the Coonan Classic with factory compensator, I was interested in seeing what difference the comp made. The compensated model […]

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CZ P-07 Urban Grey Silencer ready, bringing the carry gun up to date.

First Impressions    Right and left sides, note the ambidextrous decocker, that can be swapped out for an included safety. The P-07 is reliable with supersonic and subsonic ammunition with and without a silencer fixed to the factory threaded barrel. In that configuration the P-07 can be carried in condition one. Picatinny Rail molded into […]

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