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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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Dan Wesson TCP Loyal Sidekick.

About three months and some 500 rounds ago I received the new Dan Wesson TCP, and I believe I have this pistol figured out. The Tactical Commander Pistol is a new spin on a proven platform. Though not a true four and a quarter, Commander the TCP is a four-inch top end with a full size receiver. […]

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AAC SR-5, tough as woodpecker lips

It was a few years ago I reviewed the Advanced Armament Corp. SR-7 .30 caliber silencer. I still have that can, and it is still holding up well. I decided it was time to get serious about suppressing some of my AR-15s in 5.56. There are a plethora of quality silencers for the AR platform. […]

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Inland Manufacturing PM-22 rimfire silencer

It was a few months ago I received the relatively new PM-22  silencer from Inland. We ran some 400 rounds of .22 Long Rifle through the Ruger MK IV 22/45 Lite and Ruger 10/22 Take Down Lite,  about two thirds of the rounds were supersonic while the rest were subsonic This silencer is quite a […]

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NAA Mini Revolver TALO edition when you absolutely cannot print.

All handguns, to some degree, are a compromise, be it size for concealability, capacity, or caliber. Reliability and accuracy are paramount but there are other factors to take into account. Think of this mini revolver as the ultimate compromise for size but sacrificing capacity and caliber. If concealability is of the utmost importance, understanding the […]

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