At the SHOT Show and across America, most of the handgun introductions I see are polymer-frame, striker-fired handguns. The pistol…Read More >
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Whether you are looking to upgrade an existing Glock model or looking to go for something completely new, the Glock 22 should be at the top of your short list. However, in this article we look at whether the Glock 22 with an extra barrel or two is the ultimate setup for the money. Our author breaks it all down and shows the easiest way to upgrade your Glock into the ultimate handgun.
The SCCY CPX 2, with the 9mm Luger, is lightweight, fires a powerful cartridge and is perfect for personal defense and concealed carry. This handgun is reliable, fits in the hand well, has controllable trigger action, features good sights and has good manufacturer support.
The Beretta Nano is a sub-compact, striker-fired (Beretta’s first), locked-breech, recoil-operated, semi-automatic pistol. It holds six rounds of 9mm in its single-stack magazine, with one in the chamber—of which will fire regardless if a magazine is inserted or not. There is no magazine disconnect safety. Meaning if the chamber’s hot, the Nano’s gonna fire.The cool thing about the Nano is its interchangeable frame. It has the potential (on paper) to be a great carry gun for women.