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9mm Luger ballistic test, updated.

9mm Luger ballistic test The 9mm Luger, also know as the 9 x 19 Parabellum, was introduced in 1902 by Georg Luger and Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) for the German Luger semi automatic sidearm.  It originated by necking up the  7.65×21mm Parabellum round to .355 . In 1902, Georg Luger demonstrated the 9mm Luger to […]

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Pistol vs Carbine and differences in ammunition performance, updated.

Pistol vs Carbine differences ammunition performance, and it is enough to really matter? It is not feasible to always carry a carbine or rifle as a defensive weapon. Many prefer a pistol for day to day carry and understandably so. Is it worth the extra investment to have a carbine chambered in a handgun caliber […]

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Lone Wolf custom match pistol, almost cheating.

Lone Wolf custom match pistol, almost cheating. It is no secret I like the Lone Wolf aftermarket Glock parts, especially their barrels. They do add a degree of accuracy but also allow to shoot lead bullets through your Glock, safely.  You can see where I reviewed the Lone Wolf 9mm threaded barrel here and their […]

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rangehot.com looks at the “bullet proof balloon” video

rangehot.com looks at the “bullet proof balloon” video If you have not seen the video, “bullet proof balloons” from National Geographic by Tim Shaw, you can see it by following this link. Basically, they suspend ten water balloons from a steel frame, round up a few folks to guess how many balloons the round will […]

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