Smith & Wesson

A revolver tour #7: Smith & Wesson 640 Pro Series

Smith & Wesson 640 Pro Series cylinder open

I have talked about this gun a lot on the blog, and there’s a good reason for that. It’s a really good gun. It’s probably one of the best examples of a carry revolver that you can buy right now; although it is too heavy for pocket carry. But it’s great too shoot, and so long as you have a quality holster, you’re in good shape. Of course, the best thing about this gun? No lock.

Revolver Tour #2: Smith & Wesson 929, the Unicorn

Smith & Wesson 929 cylinder open

Unicorns are mythical beasts, and even though some (crazy) people claim to have seen one, they probably don’t exist. For quite some time after it was announced, the Smith & Wesson 929 occupied the same place as a unicorn: pure myth. But then the myth became reality, and for me that reality was awesome.

Apex Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger For M&P Pistols

By now you’re likely familiar with the Apex line of upgrades for the M&P pistols. One of their most popular kits has been the forward set sear, which allows you to get one of the nicest, cleanest trigger pulls possible in an M&P. This year, Apex has added an aluminum flat faced trigger to their line up.