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Dan Wesson Kodiak, handful of fury.

I took my time with the Dan Wesson Kodiak, review with myself and many friends taking just over three months to run some 400 various rounds downrange. In that time we learned a few things. First Impressions  The controls are finished in an attractive bronze color with plenty of real estate on the extended thumb […]

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The 9 lives of the 10mm

A little history in the 10mm Auto. Early in the 1970s Whit Collins (who was on staff with Guns and Ammo magazine) was interested in rechambering the 9mm Browning Hi-Power into a more powerful cartridge. He initially looked at the Super .38 (which came about in 1929 using the.38 Automatic but increasing the propellant to […]

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Dan Wesson Wraith, keeping the 10mm alive.

It was just over a month ago the new Dan Wesson Discretion test sample arrived and I was already ready. First Impressions  Wearing a new style finish, “Distressed Duty” the silencer ready 10mm Auto 1911 style pistol is quite the handsome pistol. The slide was well fit to the receiver. The single-sided thumb safety was well serrated […]

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