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Last week it was announced that Senoia GA, the city that is home to the production of The Walking Dead, is giving up the .40 S&W for 9mm. The Senoia Police Department has made a deal with Glock, in which trade-ins will be bought back for $300 and 16 new 9mm pistols will also be…

Have I mentioned I'm a CZ fan? This year at SHOTShow CZ brought to the table products that were better than brand new. They brought previously introduced products that had been given BIG updates for 2014. After all, if it ain't broke... One such offering is the updated P-07 which now has the great features…

If you haven't heard, the Texas DPS recently decided to replace their P229 pistols chambered in .357 sig with 9mm M&P's. My friend Todd reported that the FBI is considering making the switch to the 9mm as well. A number of departments who issue .40 S&W, .357 sig, and .45 ACP sidearms have switched to…

Post World War 2, every major pistol manufacturer was trying to create the new hotness in lightweight sidearms to replace the Colt 1911. Yesterday, we featured a 1911 cast from brass and zinc, proving that nothing is new under the sun. Today, we're looking at the Colt T4, another attempt to shave weight and create…

Stippling jobs are all the rage on modern polymer pistols right now. Having a gun that's grippy enough so that your hands don't lose traction if they're sweaty, wet, or bloody is important for "tactical athletes." It's also important for competition shooters, since we don't issue rain delays in IDPA or USPSA. The reason that…

When I began shooting I didn’t take lessons, I simply took advice. A friend would show my a new grip or stance, and I would try them out and then adopt things that worked for me. (It’s interesting to go back and look at some of my early videos and notice techniques that previously “worked”…