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California Passes Another Stupid Gun Law

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Thu, 12/26/2019 - 00:48

“These particular violent weapons are not needed for hunting and have become increasingly the gun of choice for mass shootings,” Portantino told SacBee. “We felt very strongly that the hunter’s exemption needed to be removed for this weapon.”

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New Ruger Mark IV Target Models with 10-inch Barrels

General Gun News - Wed, 12/25/2019 - 23:26

For those looking to reach out and touch a target when plinking or small game hunting, Ruger is now offering 10-inch barrels on their Mark IV Target model .22s. (Photo: Ruger)

Ruger is stretching out their Mark IV Target .22LR pistols to include models that come standard with a 10-inch bull barrel.

Building on the company’s legacy of rimfire semi-auto target pistols, the new guns still use the standard Mark IV one-button takedown for quick and easy field-stripping with no tools. Coupled with a one-piece precision CNC-machined grip frame, the 10-inch barrel is near twice the length of the model’s typical 5.5-inch barrel variant. Even Ruger’s Mark IV Hunter and Competiton models only offer a 6.88-inch barrel.

The additional real estate pushes the pistol’s overall length to 14-inches– almost all of it sight radius– while the gun weighs in at a solid 46.3-ounces.

Ruger says the pistol’s cold hammer-forged barrel results in “ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy and longevity.” The guns also come standard with a contoured ejection port and easy-to-grasp rear bolt ears. (Photo: Ruger)

Other standard features include an adjustable rear sight, synthetic grips, push-button mag release, and an ambi manual safety. For those who want to add optics, the receiver is drilled and tapped for rails. Available in matte blue or stainless, the Ruger Mark IV Target ships with a pair of drop-free 10-round magazines.

MSRP is $645 for the blued aluminum-framed model while the stainless runs $719, prices that will likely be a good deal less at retailers.


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Henry’s New .410 ‘Axe’ is the Cowboy Version of the Shockwave

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Wed, 12/25/2019 - 10:41

The Axe from Henry Repeating Arms lets the cowboy action crowd flaunt the National Firearms Act alongside their more tactically-minded buddies.

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Merry Christmas: Keep Warm with Some Gun Culture Videos

General Gun News - Tue, 12/24/2019 - 21:04

Need a break and looking to recharge over the holidays with a few minutes of Christmas cheer that includes Enfields, shotguns and .50 cals? Look no further.

Besides our own tip for Tannenbaum harvesting via Mossberg in the above video, we checked out our friends among the guntubes to see what else they had to share.

In our first helping, rimfire aficionado 22Plinkster breaks out a Henry American Eagle 22 (what else?) lever action to see how many fruitcakes the aforementioned can-popper can pop through.

If that doesn’t put some tinsel on your tree, Plink steps up the game with a Henry Side Gate lever action .45-70.

Moving into a period tale, the British Muzzleloaders channel features the story of a Western Front Tommy Atkins, armed with his trusty Short-Magazine Lee-Enfield, sent on a mission to seize an offending Christmas Tree planted by the Kaiser’s men somewhere in No Man’s Land.

And if you came this far, last but certainly not least, we have Black Rifle Coffee Company’s Christmas Eve One-Upper, which proves you can stuff an FN SCAR in your stocking! #PowerLlama

Merry Christmas from the crew, and have a Happy New Year!

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FN 509 Compact MRD is Optics-Ready for Everyday Carry

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Tue, 12/24/2019 - 10:56

The optics-ready subcompact is a polymer double-stack striker-fired pistol in line with the rest of the 509 series with a 12+1- or 15+1-round capacity.

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Instagram Will No Longer Allow Private Individuals to be Paid to Promote Firearms

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Tue, 12/24/2019 - 10:34

Instagram just launched the next attack in the corporate campaign to marginalize gun owners. The Facebook-owned social media giant will not allow influencers to be paid to promote vaping, tobacco products, or weapons, according to CNBC.

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Exclusive: A ‘Program of Discrimination’: Kickstarter Refuses to Help Company Making Child Locks for Guns

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Tue, 12/24/2019 - 09:52

“I don’t like being discriminated against like this, particularly on a legal product. It really sucks, to be honest. It doesn’t make sense. Why would they want kids to die?”

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The Case Against Reloading…

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Tue, 12/24/2019 - 09:26

Some believe that any shooter who doesn’t reload is a fool; others believe that their time is worth more than the money they might save reloading.

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.44 SPL Ammo Showdown: Buffalo Bore vs. Sig Sauer

General Gun News - Tue, 12/24/2019 - 04:00

The Smith & Wesson Alaska Backpacker IV helps us determine the winner of this .44 SPL showdown. (Photo: Josh Wayner/

The .44 Special is amid a comeback thanks to the popularity of big-bore carry guns and advances in bullet technology. Unlike many other cartridges of similar intent, the 44 Special has earned a very interesting place in the pantheon of American cartridges.

The parent case to the .44 Magnum, the .44 SPL was a favorite cartridge of nearly all sportsmen and outdoorsmen in the years before the introduction of its more powerful descendent. Today’s .44 SPL offers a great deal to both the novice and experienced shooter with both modern and classic bullet types.

We pit the old versus the new in the form of the Buffalo Bore 190-grain Soft Cast and Sig Sauer’s 200-grain V-Crown JHP.



The gun used for testing is the now-discontinued Smith & Wesson Alaska Backpacker IV chambered in .44 Magnum. Fun fact: any gun chambered for .44 Magnum can also fire .44 SPL. The 44 SPL is only slightly shorter than the Magnum, so it can fit in the same chamber just like a .38 SPL can fit in the chamber of a .357 Magnum. This allows owners to stretch the utility of their revolver in a way that a modern semi-auto cannot.

The S&W wheelgun is made of lightweight alloy and has a stainless-steel cylinder. It features a 2.5-inch barrel and adjustable sights. Our particular gun for testing boasted VZ grips – though other variants are available in many colors and textures.

The Sig Sauer V-Crown, left, goes head-to-head with the Buffalo Bore Soft Case, right. (Photo: Josh Wayner/

The accuracy of these two loads was tested at a distance of 15-yards from a bean bag bench rest. Five, five-shot groups were recorded at that distance. The Sig load averaged 2.75-inches at that distance with no significant deviation. The Buffalo Bore load came in at 3.5-inches with the smallest group registering 3-inches and the largest at 4.25-inches.

There are plenty of cast lead loads that are very accurate, but it all depends on the gun and what that particular gun prefers. I do not fault Buffalo Bore in this category, as it is difficult to get the same type of accuracy with plain lead as you do jacketed bullets. Overall, though, Sig wins in this category.

Winner: Sig Sauer


Velocity was tested at 5-feet from the muzzle over an Oehler 35P chronograph. A total of 10 rounds of each type were fired for average. The Sig 200-grain load came in at exactly 800 feet-per-second with velocity consistent across loads.

The 190-grain Buffalo Bore averaged a surprising 1,059 feet per second, which puts it in the upper end for velocity given the barrel length.

Considering that there was only a 10-grain difference in bullet weight, the Buffalo Bore load knocked it out of the park. We would have liked a little more speed from the V-Crown, as there is certainly enough case capacity to justify greater velocity. The BB load was about 30-percent faster given the same barrel length.

Winner: Buffalo Bore


When it comes to recoil, there is a difficult call to be made. Because the Buffalo Bore load is made of relatively soft lead, it doesn’t quite bite into the barrel the same way that a jacketed bullet does in terms of friction and thus recoil. Even though the bullet weighs just about the same, it can move 30-percent faster without a huge difference in terms of felt recoil. This puts the Sig load in a bit of a bad spot because it is a very sweet cartridge to fire.

Each load was tested in the wheelgun. (Photo: Josh Wayner/

The recoil of the V-Crown is soft and easy. It is well-engineered for a modern carry gun and it certainly means business. It feels very similar to a nice .45 ACP in that it is more of a shove than a hard snap. If you are dead set on carrying a .44 SPL, the 200-grain V-Crown is a great choice.

While it is a great cartridge, the extra power generated by the BB load for a marginal increase in felt recoil is what sets it just a peg higher for this test.

Winner: Buffalo Bore

Handling Characteristics

Shooting a revolver in a world of semi-automatic pistols is an acquired taste that requires a certain level of skill. The gun used in this testing was fairly light for a .44 SPL of any sort and the trigger pull, while excellent for a packing revolver, did not lend itself to easy double-action shooting. Follow-up shots were difficult with both loads at any distance beyond 15-yards. Firing single-action resulted in better accuracy, however, it was still not a walk in the park.

Firing the .44 SPL in rapid succession is not a truly painful experience, but it certainly becomes tedious with a double-action pull. Overall, there was no real discernible difference in general handling between the two rounds featured here. Both were excellent for their caliber.

Winner: Tie

Gel Performance

The gel performance test was conducted using bare blocks from Clear Ballistics. The performance of the bullets was judged in terms of penetration and expansion. To simulate a general self-defense encounter, the gel was shot at a distance of 3-yards.

The BB load offered a 100-percent expansion rate, but the bullets were quite soft and all of them broke apart in the gel to some degree. The average penetration depth for three bullets was 14.5-inches with some of the pieces spreading along the wound path.

Expansion on the rounds: Buffalo Bore, top, Sig Sauer, bottom. (Photo: Josh Wayner/

The Sig load behaved much more like a traditional jacket hollowpoint and expanded just after impact. Average penetration for three shots was also approximately 14-inches. Expansion in all recovered bullets was nearly 100-percent. There were a couple of odd phalanges that didn’t open all the way, but all of them by definition had expanded.

The main problem with the .44 SPL is that it is not necessarily designed for barrels as short as 2.5-inches. This is a short gun meant for short-range self-defense, typically in a wooded area. Both of these loads were essentially made for guns that would be carried on the street. While there is a widening range of options for .44 SPL, these two are both excellent choices in terms of ballistic performance.

Winner: Sig Sauer


(Photo: Josh Wayner/

This was a tough one to call. We thought both of these were exceptional options and each had advantages. The main deciding factor came down to bullet speed. Sig ammunition offered equal penetration for less recoil, but it was categorically quite slow.

That said, bullet speed angle made this a difficult decision. Sig really needs this bullet to be around 1,000 feet-per-second, which would put it in a category of its own in terms of marketability. Most .44 Magnum shooters don’t do it with any joy. It would be a fair assessment to say that the majority of .44 Magnum owners only fire a box or two of it a year, with many opting for .44 SPL for practice. Juicing up the speed would not dramatically increase recoil but would likely make it a choice carry cartridge even for people that are intent on carrying .44 Magnums.

All things considered, Sig’s ammo was a bit easier to shoot, was more accurate and offered good gel performance making it our winner in this head-to-head.


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Ruger Debuts New 9mm GP100 Competition Revolver

General Gun News - Tue, 12/24/2019 - 01:21

The GP100 Super Competition revolver has a high-strength PVD-coated stainless steel cylinder that is fluted and shortened to reduce overall mass and increase rotational speed. (Photo: Ruger)

With an 8-round triple-locking PVD coated cylinder and target crowned 6-inch barrel, Ruger’s newest GP100 revolver is ready for serious 9mm Luger fans with competition on their minds.

Based on the Ruger Super Redhawk action, the GP100 series has long been the company’s go-to for competition and hunting wheel guns. Their newest model, which uses a cylinder and extractor cut for moon clips to speed up reloading, sports a 6-inch half-lug sleeved and shrouded barrel with an 11-degree target crown for “competitive-level” accuracy.

The sweet new 9mm Luger Ruger (we had to say that) has a shrouded cold hammer-forged barrel with lightening cuts in the shroud as well as hardwood grips. (Photo: Ruger)

A Custom Shop model, the new revolver has polished and optimized internals, a centering boss on the trigger and centering shims on the hammer. The revolver comes standard with adjustable rear and a quick-change fiber optic front sight.

The overall length is 11-inches while weight is 45.6-ounces, a factor that will no doubt help mitigate recoil impulse.

The GP100 Competition Revolver ships in a custom hard case with three full moon clips as well as a clip unloading tool. Ruger says the ejector and chamber mouths have a light chamfer to aid loading with included moon clips.

MSRP is $1549.

RUGER GP100s FROM $605

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Franklin Armory Responds to ATF Action on Reformation GCA/SBSs

General Gun News - Tue, 12/24/2019 - 00:25

Importantly, consumers who possess Reformation firearms are legally allowed to keep them. (Photo: Chris Eger/

California-based Franklin Armory on Monday posted an extensive response to how ATF is now applying regulations to their Reformation series firearms.

The federal regulators last week posted an open letter on the Reformation, an innovative firearm that uses straight cut lands and grooves instead of traditional rifling. The agency has decided that other regulations in the Gun Control Act of 1968 apply– labeling the firearm the first to be a non-NFA “Gun Control Act Short-Barreled Shotgun,” or GCA/SBS– and they will have to make changes to the current code as well as create new forms to document future legal transactions to consumers. However, such transfers are on hold until said red tape can be found and unrolled.

The three-page response from FA details the past 15 months of wrangling with ATF and has several takeaways. This includes the fact there is a mechanism so that dealers or distributors with Reformation firearms can return them to FA for a refund or credit, and, perhaps most importantly, that consumers who possess Reformation firearms are legally allowed to keep them.

“While we are waiting for ATF to develop the new forms and promulgate new regulations, we will continue to sell our Reformation barreled upper receivers,” notes FA. “Consumers are still allowed to use our upper receivers to build out their own Reformation firearms since doing so does not constitute a dealer to consumer transfer.”

Company President Jay Jacobson, in his closing to the ATF response, said: “Frankin Armory is committed to working with the ATF to bring the complete Reformation firearms back to the market, paving the way for new technologies, and to providing our customers with quality firearms and unsurpassed customer service.”

The full statement can be found here. 

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Defend Freedom – Join Us January 13th

NRA-ILA News - Mon, 12/23/2019 - 07:58
Gun bans, gun rationing, confiscation – it’s all on the table when the new bought and paid for majority of the Virginia General Assembly fast tracks their anti-gun agenda in January.
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Virginia Gov. Northam Wants to Ban Your Guns AND Make You Pay for It!

NRA-ILA News - Mon, 12/23/2019 - 07:40
As if Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s wholesale attack on law-abiding gun owners wasn’t enough, the disgraced public official and his Michael Bloomberg-bought allies in the General Assembly now want the state’s hard-working taxpayers to foot the bill for their unconstitutional schemes. The budget bill (HB30) includes an appropriation of a quarter million dollars to carry out a host of gun control measures that Northam and his anti-gun allies hope to enact. 
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Pennsylvania AG Targets Partially-Manufactured Receivers, Gun Owners

NRA-ILA News - Mon, 12/23/2019 - 07:35
On December 16, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro issued a convoluted interpretation of state gun law that will have broad implications for Keystone State gun owners. The attorney general’s letter expanded the state’s statutory definition of “firearm” to include almost any material that has the potential to be fashioned into a firearm frame or receiver. The strained interpretation has the potential to effectively eliminate Pennsylvanians’ long-standing tradition of making their own firearms for personal use.
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Puerto Rico Enacts Pro-gun Overhaul of Firearms Laws

NRA-ILA News - Mon, 12/23/2019 - 07:23
The 3.5 million residents of the Unites States’ largest territory will soon be able to better exercise their Second Amendment rights. On December 11, Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vazquez Garced signed the Puerto Rico Weapons Act of 2020. The legislation overhauled the territory’s gun laws in a manner that will make it easier for the island’s residents and visitors to exercise their constitutional right to keep and bear arms.
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Classic West German Sig Sauer P-Series Pistols

General Gun News - Mon, 12/23/2019 - 01:12

Hailing from a time when there were a pair of German states, West German-made Sig Sauer pistols are increasingly collectible.

The Sig Sauer most commonly encountered today in the U.S. is typically made in a series of factories in New Hampshire, where the company has long put down American roots. In fact, according to data from federal regulators, the company produced a whopping 536,636 American-made pistols in 2017 alone, going on to export about a third of those overseas.

However, when you turn back the clock some 45 years, it was a much different supply pipeline. In 1976, SIG (Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft) of Switzerland formed a partnership with J.P. Sauer & Sohn of West Germany to begin marketing their guns better overseas. This led to the “Sig Sauer” name.

Among their first exports to the U.S. were the 9mm Sig Sauer P220, which had been adopted by the Swiss Army as the P75 pistol.

These early West German-marked single-stacks were typically shipped over with lanyard rings and European-style heel release magazine latches, features that weren’t changed on American-bound Sigs until later. A lot of those early guns were marketed as Browning BDAs in .45ACP.

This circa-1999 Sig-Sauer P220 is a two-tone .45ACP model that has had its original grips replaced by Hogue wraparounds. It has West German marks. In the Vault ready to go it comes with two seven-round magazines and two eight-round magazines.

By 1985, Sig Sauer was producing a new double-stack pistol that otherwise had much the same layout as the 9mm P220– the 15+1 round capacity P226. That gun was a contender in the U.S. Army pistol trials to replace the venerable M1911A1 .45ACP, although Uncle Sam went with the Beretta 92 in the end, reportedly over cost issues.

In the meantime, the P226 was released on the U.S. commercial market and soon became a hit with both consumers and law enforcement customers. With its 4.4-inch barrel and choice of DA/SA or DAO actions, later augmented by the DAK trigger system, the 9mm was also marketed in .357 SIG and .40S&W. Today, dozens of variants of the P226 are in circulation and the gun is still very much in production– now in the U.S.

This early West German 9mm Sig Sauer P226 in the Outlet program has German Nitro proof marks as well as Herndon, Virginia import marks and was probably brought into the country in the late 1980s.

Vintage “West German” marked P226s, besides their stampings, have several differences from today’s more current offerings. This includes almost pebble-style plastic grips and a distinctive pinned-in breechblock assembly. Further, the slide of those early guns has a different profile from today’s P226 offerings.

This immaculate P226 has West German proof marks and an Exeter import mark. This well-traveled classic could be yours today.

While Germany was reunified in 1990 after the Berlin Wall came down and the “West” was officially dropped moving forward, some guns continued to come into the U.S. with the legacy markings for a few years.

This more compact companion to the P226, the Sig Sauer P228, bears West German rollmarks and Nitro proofs. In very good condition, this gun is priced to move.

As does this example in excellent condition. Note the later style plastic grips that replaced the more classic pebble design seen on older guns in the early 1990s.

This 1981-made West German P6 police pistol, a variant of the P225, is a surplus compact 9mm single stack with the markings of the Nordrhein-Westfalen state police. Imported a few years ago after the agency upgraded their guns, you can almost hear the Oompah music just looking at this 8+1 round parabellum.

This 1992-date coded West German proofed and marked Sig P230 is the company’s .380ACP chambered answer to the Walther PPK.

Still, if you are looking for a well-made “Old World” gun with a bit of history while still keeping today’s styling, it is hard to beat a nice German Sig Sauer P-series pistole.


If you like interesting and often rare guns like these German classics, be sure to check out our Collector’s Corner or look through our entire catalog of more than 3,000 new and used guns of all sorts.


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.277 SIG Fury Demystified

Gun Reports - Special Reports - Sun, 12/22/2019 - 11:38

The speculation about this mysterious .277 SIG Fury has practically broken the internet. GunsAmerica spoke directly with an authoritative representative from SIG to get the scoop and figure out exactly what's going on with this cartridge.

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Florida Alert! Ballot Petition Fraudulent Activities Being Investigated

NRA-ILA News - Sat, 12/21/2019 - 17:26
Both in-state and out-of-state anti-gun millionaires and billionaires are engaged in trying to take control of our Constitution by putting constitutional amendments on the ballot that the public doesn't understand and falsely believe are good. 
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Gundies Asks Gun Community to Vote on Favorite Influencers, Brands

General Gun News - Fri, 12/20/2019 - 05:00

The Gundies allows the gun community to vote on top content creators and brands. (Photo: Forge Relations)

The firearms community will see its first-ever award ceremony in January as brands and influencers go head to head in the Gundie Awards to see who comes out on top.

The awards will be presented on January 20, 2020, ahead of SHOT Show in Las Vegas. The ceremony aims to highlight top creators, influencers, and brands in an attempt to promote the gun community in a positive manner.

“With so much negativity in the community in recent months we created the Gundies to bring us together with friendly competition as well as a chance to highlight legacy creators along with up and coming talent,” Ben Stacy of Forge Relations said in a news release.

Voters are eligible to win prizes so what are you waiting for? (Photo: Forge Relations)

Voting for the awards began on Dec. 1 and runs until Jan. 1 with eight categories dedicated to influencers and two categories for brands.

  • Best Gun Reviewer
  • Most Entertaining Content Creator
  • Most Influential Influencer
  • Best Outdoorsman
  • Influencer of the Year
  • Photographer of the Year
  • Most likely to survive the Apocalypse
  • Best Shooter
  • Most Involved in Community
  • Most Innovative Brand of the Year is nominated…hint, hint.

Stacy said that though the concept is new to the industry, the reception has been encouraging. “The overwhelming support the awards have garnered in such a short time has been incredible, We look forward to seeing how things continue to grow throughout the month leading into the ceremony.”

To vote, head over to before Jan. 1. Users can cast one vote in each category every 24 hours.

It’s worth mentioning for our loyal readers that has been nominated in the brand category under Most Involved in Community so head on over to and show us some love.


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How Shopping the Outlet Supports Local FFL’s

General Gun News - Fri, 12/20/2019 - 04:00

Visit the Outlet, where local gun shops from coast to coast are offering some amazing deals

A core mission of is to support local FFL’s by giving them a place to easily list guns for sale. The biggest way we do this is the Outlet. Here dealers will find a user-friendly interface where they can upload their inventory without having to know every single detail of the gun.

As a result, the Outlet is a place where you’ll be able to find some of the best deals around. “It’s a win-win for both the dealer and the consumer,” said Chris Callahan, Founder of, “the dealer gets a place to easily list their guns online and the consumer has a place to find new and used guns at rock bottom prices. If you don’t mind browsing, you can find some collectible gems at great prices.”

When you buy a gun from the Outlet, chances are that you’re going to be supporting a mom and pop operation where gun sales equal food on the table. We’re proud to support a growing number of FFL’s across the country that are finding a convenient way to list guns online. Here are some of the best deals on handguns that we’ve found while perusing through the GDC Outlet.

Ruger LCP

The Ruger LCP is a favorite among those who are looking for a deep concealment pistol. The 2.75-inch barrel is among the smallest in the industry. This LCP is chambered in .380 ACP and comes with an extra magazine, Ruger zip-up case, and polymer holster from Fobus.


Magnum Research Baby Desert Eagle II

Ah the Beagle, a nice combo of the original Deagle and a caliber a bit more affordable for training. This Beagle happens to be chambered in .40 S&W and sports a custom Cerakote job on the slide, mag release, and trigger. Black and gold is always an attractive color combo and the Beagle doesn’t disappoint in this case.


Beretta 92 SB

The Beretta 92 is as iconic as it is ubiquitous. We’ve recently did a review featuring the Beretta 92, talking about how it’s still a strong defensive pistol even after being retired from the Army. This specific model comes with an extra magazine and Bianchi black military holster. This gun is in excellent condition and one of the best deals in the Outlet.

GET THAT 92 FOR $525!

Sig Sauer Mosquito

Fans of training with cheaper .22lr will love the Sig Sauer Mosquito as a training buddy. Weighing in at just 1.5-lbs this is a gun that you could spend all day on the range with.



Released in 1994 the SW40VE was aimed at the personal protection and home defense market. It was well received and remains in production today. This used model was manufactured post-1999 as it has an integrated rail for a light or laser. Chambered in .40 S&W this model comes with two 14-round magazines.


Beretta Nano BU9

If you love all things wood grain, then this Beretta Nano is for you. It has custom sticker? Cerakote, maybe? Application, let’s go with a custom application, to make it look like wood. So, if you’ve ever wanted to carry a wooden gun here’s your chance. Seriously, if you know how this look was achieved please drop a comment, it would be much appreciated by the GDC Editorial Staff.


Colt 1911 100th Anniversary 4-Gun Set

Some might not consider a 4-gun set, priced at nearly $35,000, a deal but when you consider what collectible Colt’s can go for this is a worthy investment. These beautiful 1911’s mark the 100th anniversary of the iconic handgun design and decorated to mark such a historic event.
These guns have a high luster, blued finish with intricate scrollwork engraved. It’s matched beautifully by the pearl handles which feature a golden 100-year anniversary Colt emblem in them. These could easily hang in a museum or the ultimate man cave and with the matching walnut display case that can be easily achieved.


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