Small guns are so popular these days. For me, not for primary carry, but certainly for back up guns. So this week I review the S&W M&P Shield, Walther PPS M2, Glock 43, S&W 642 Performance Center, Ruger LCP II and Kahr P380. More to come in the near future.
Just how fast of a shooter do you have to be? It depends on the mission obviously. Ben Branam and John Edeen discuss this with in this episode.
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Concealment Solutions (coupon code “handgunworld” for 10% off)
S&W M&P 2.0
This week I review my S&W M&P9 full size after a range session. Then I discuss the fundamentals I practiced earlier in the week. Also, a little bit about the shooting in Oregon.
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A listener recently emailed me some excellent thoughts about how the gun culture talks about the accuracy of guns. I’ll share that email and my thoughts. I also discuss an “incident” that recently happened to me. Was it a close call?
Single stack, slim 9mm pistols that are pocketable seem to be the most popular self defense pistols on the market today. I own 2 very nice guns, the Kahr PM9 and the Shield 9mm. Both are superb. But Jon Payne and I have a difference of opinion as to which is best. So we analyze both of these little guns and also talk about open carry.
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Jon Payne’s class schedule at Suarez International
Finally, I conclude my thoughts on my 1911 vs. Stiker fired gun analysis. Also, some listeners called in a couple of interesting voice mails.
A listener asked the question, “what makes one gun better than another?” I thought that would make an excellent topic for this episode and might even help you make a decision on a gun purchase during the Christmas season.
Recently I went to range for a practice session. I shot several different guns and about 450 rounds of practice. So this episode is about my experiences during that practice session. Also, a listener called in about appendix carry.
Smith and Wesson M&P Pistols are quite popular among law enforcement and civilian CCW’ers. The Army is also considering M&P pistols to be issued to troops. Ben Branam recently took an M&P Armorers course taught by Smith and Wesson. I interviewed him on this subject and it’s quite interesting.