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Kel-Tec P-32, mousegun with teeth.

I like large caliber pistols, it is just that simple. Well I used to be like that but I have learned after many ballistic tests and gun reviews, sometimes a large caliber handgun is not the best tool for the job. I have been known to carry a .380 Auto handgun when concealability was of […]

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.32 Automatic ballistic test

The .32 Auto, also known as the 7.65mm Browning, was developed by none other than John Browning for the FN 1900 pistol introduced in 1899.  This was JMB’s first handgun cartridge and was designed for a blowback compact pistol design but has since been implemented in locked breech designed handguns. Many say the .32 Auto […]

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Colt Mustang XSP 380 Automatic

Colt Mustang XSP 380 Automatic Handguns, all handguns are a compromise. Between weight, size, capacity, caliber, and ease of use. Depending on what the primary use of the handgun is, will dictate the areas of compromise you concentrate on.  When choosing a dedicated concealed carry handgun, one that will be carried much more than shot, […]

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Colt Mustang Pocketlite

The Colt’s Patent Firearms Company has a long history of smaller-caliber “pocket” semi-automatic handguns, dating to before the design and adoption of the venerable M1911 military sidearm. Among the most famous are arguably the Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless in .32 Automatic, and the Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless in .380 Automatic. These pistols enjoyed long runs […]

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