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Sig BDX System

Sig Sauer BDX System, Optics Game Changer?

Sig Sauer’s Electro-Optics division is fairly new to the market. They announced their first products, the Whiskey 3 and Whiskey 5 riflescopes, in late 2015. In less than 3 years they have launched a myriad of products. I may be considered conservative because I largely took a wait and see approach to their lineup. I […]

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Sig Sauer P365 Nitron, purpose built and well executed.

One of the first pistols I wanted to see at the 2018 SHOT show was the new Sig Sauer P 365 Nitron. I was thankful when I was offered the opportunity to review one shortly after they started shipping. First Impressions  The P365 incorporates forward and rear cocking serrations, textured grip area, deep beavertail, and a […]

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High Speed Gear battle belt, the firing line advantage.

A few months ago I had the opportunity to tour the High Speed Gear factory, you can read that review by following this link. During that visit, we assembled our battle belts for use the next day for the SIG Sauer Media Day  After the media was over HSGI allowed us to take the battle belts home and […]

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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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