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Protip: Replace Your Gun’s Recoil Spring

Better yet, buy multiple stainless steel recoil springs. It will save you a lot of drama in the future. Great article from http://theglockdoc.com/Glock_Maintenance.html Readers in California, please contact the author if you need work done.   GLOCK Maintenance Tips GLOCK  Handgun 

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Pocket Pistol Dry Fire Practice

Why? It is important to be able to practice your draw from concealment and trigger control even if you cannot make it out to the gun range. It is also important to be able to practice wearing clothing that you

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Single Stack Pocket Pistols

I like pocket pistols for the contextual niche they fill. Pocket pistols are small, lightweight, (and cute LOL)! When I worked at NOVA Firearms in Falls Church Virginia, their “cuteness” was often remarked by customers when they asked about the pocket pistols

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Selecting Your First Handgun: Actions

When selecting your first handgun consider the following types of Actions Striker Fired Examples: Glock, FNS, and the Smith and Wesson M&P series. I prefer these pistols since they have a consistent trigger pull and ensure consistency in training and

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Why I Hate Manual Safeties on Pistols

When selecting your first handgun, you may want to consider NOT getting a pistol with a manual safety. Here is why. 1. Switching a safety switch on a pistol is a fine motor skill that is severely degraded under extreme stress. I’ve

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