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I’m going to start this article off with a summation of Bible verses, specifically John 13:34: “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.” I would also like to quote two additional Bible verses.
Matthew 7:1 “Do not judge, or you too will be judged.”
Matthew 7:2 “For with what judgment you judge, you shall be judged: and with what measure you use, it shall be measured to you again.”
Alright, so the day that I posted the photos of the Beretta 92x and made the comments I made, I was tired and worn out from the day before. Throw in a little bit of reflection, and my comment about the controls sucking was a little uncalled for. So, as a follow-up here’s my non-tired thoughts on this gun.
For those that don’t know, the Beretta 92x was designed for competition use. It has beefy controls, a stainless slide, a steel (not stainless) frame, and extended controls out the wazoo. The frame is actually a Vertec frame which should make some of you happy. It also comes from the factory with a superb trigger job on it.
Archon Type B Slight Disappointment The Archon Type B is what used to be Arsenal Italy’s new entry to the handgun world. Legalese here, legalese there, and Arsenal had to change their name to Archon. The Type B is the compact descendant of the famous Arsenal Strike One. From a mechanical standpoint the Archon Type…
The Nemo Arms Monark has been a gun I’ve been excited to mess with for quite some time. Why? It was one of the only metal framed striker fired guns on the market when I found out about it. It’s only competition? The late Hudson H9 (AKA the Hype 9). For those that have never heard of Nemo Arms before, they specialized in ARs and precision bolt guns, and within the last couple of years they decided to throw their hat into the duty-sized handgun game.
With the Naroh N1… I think the opposite is going to happen. It might not become the top dog of the segment (let’s be honest, the P365 is there to stay for a while) but it’s going to be able to hold it’s own as long as their marketing department does their part and there’s quite a few reasons why. So, without droning on any longer, let’s hop to it.
Enter the new comer that… no one has heard of. Naroh Arms is what appears to be a new manufacture down in Florida, although they have been around and producing OEM parts since 2013. The Naroh N1 is going to be on display at NRAAM this year, along with all the boomers carrying their 1911’s in Uncle Mike’s OWBs.
I myself have been looking into some single stack subcompact carry guns lately…and I won’t lie. I’m fairly tempted to pick one of these up. They’re cheap, the features seem to be fantastic, and the magazines are relatively cheap.
Every day we see people who cheap out on their daily carry items because they just don’t have the money for quality stuff. I’m someone that’s on a tight budget currently, so when I’m making purchases I make sure to do a ton of research before pressing that fated “Place Order” button.
You may be adamantly against appendix carry; hey, I was too. You may also think it isn’t a comfortable area to carry; but in my findings…a lot of the people who feel this way didn’t: have a dedicated AIWB rig, the right belt/holster set-up, or just flat out didn’t try it.