Way back in 2017 when Sig USA got awarded the M17 contract by the Department of Defense, a smaller, less known company Steyr filed a lawsuit against Sig USA. Steyr’s claim was that the Sig P320 used a chassis system that was an infringement on their patented chassis system. Since I’m not a lawyer and even less of a patent lawyer, I’m not going to try diving into whether or not Steyr had a case… but I will say that both chassis systems looked oddly familiar when watching take down videos.
Welp, we’ve all been waiting for it for a year. The 2nd season of The Mandalorian is coming soon and here’s a trailer. Looks like The Mandalorian will be tasked with taking “Baby Yoda” to the Jedi. Click the link to watch the trailer.
It’s been about a year since I got the CZ P-07 in OD Green from Instruments of Freedom and I think it’s about time I reviewed it. For those new to the website, I’m a huge CZ fan, well… at least a huge fan of the metal CZs. After playing with a P-07 Urban Grey at NRAAM I decided I’d go ahead and give it a try over a CZ P-01; which broke the trend of me reviewing metal framed CZs; and let’s be honest… who hasn’t reviewed the P-01?
So, I got in touch with Instruments of Freedom in Ohio, and Ethan was generous enough to hook me up with an OD Green P-07 for cheap; otherwise I’d probably have gotten a plane Jane black P-07 which would have been suuuuper boring to take pictures of.
TacCat’s First Time Buyer’s Guide for Handguns Below you’ll find the links for each portion of the First Time Buyer’s Guide for Handguns. Part 0: Stuff You Should Know Before Buying ——- Part 1: Handgun Actions Explained ——- Part 2: Handgun Frames Explained ——- Part 3: Handgun Calibers Explained ——- Part 4: Handgun Holsters…
Okay, shilling complete, Sig is being sued again for the P320, BUT it isn’t because of the drop issue, no. It’s because the P320 is discharging, uncommanded, in the holster. Yes, you read that correctly. The P320 is discharging in holsters without the trigger being pulled; no, I’m not making this up. In the lawsuit documents that are available Sig USA’s lawyer has had to disclose some of these instances during discovery which means it isn’t just hearsay.
Police Select Walther PPQ Alrighty, time to get down to some good ol’ fashioned gun news for everyone! As, hopefully all of you know, I recently picked up a Walther PPQ M2 5″ with the plan of making it my primary defensive handgun. And quite frankly, shooting it is like cheating all around. The stock…
All across the nation, court rooms are passing judgments from the smallest court, all the way up to the Circuit Courts in regards to the 2nd Amendment and more. Today, SCOTUS just showed how inept they are at doing their jobs…again. The court that’s supposed to protect the people from tyrants, the last straw in our legal system, refusing to take on any potentially controversial cases.
Instead of making an onslaught of posts on my Facebook page’s timeline, as I’m sure all of you are tired of (not just from me, but from others as well), I figured it was high time I put all of my thoughts into one post. This one will be a long one, but I’ll be covering a variety of topics in here. I’ll be going over the protests, the riots, the looting, Black Lives Matter, Law Enforcement, and more.
The Walther CCP M2 has been a handgun that’s interested me for quite some time now. Like the famed and loved Heckler & Koch P7, the CCP is piston driven. This allows the gun to have the appearance of what would be a direct blow back pistol (fixed barrel with a recoil spring on it). Courtesy of the pressures produced by modern 9mm, direct blow back isn’t something we see commonly unless the gun is the size of a Hi-Point.
One of the things that I have found to be the more difficult aspect of gun ownership is figuring out if a light will fit on a particular handgun that I have. I have been misled by Amazon reviews and I honestly don’t want to modify my lights to make them fit on one specific…