Tag: Sig Sauer

Cimarron Twins: 44Magnum and 10MM

Cimarron Twins: 44Magnum and 10MM

| July 4, 2020 | 1 Comments

Cimarron Firearms known for their authentic Old Western Firearm Replicas has decided to combine a classic design with modern features, for a rather unique single action suitable for every single action collection. The first released was the Biggest Badboy of them all, the 44Magnum. ? ?Then I noticed Cimarron had recently made a new announcement, […]

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

| November 28, 2019 | 2 Comments

On this day of Thanksgiving I would like to wish all a day full of joy and moments to cherish for a lifetime. Take this day and rejoice in all the things you have to be thankful, and give all that praise to Almighty God.    

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The 45 Colt: Old But Still Useful?

The 45 Colt: Old But Still Useful?

| March 2, 2019 | 5 Comments

Is the 45 Colt Still Useful? The 45 Colt designed in 1872, makes this one old cartridge. The granddad of the Old West at one time was one of the most venerable cartridges known to man. Along came the magnums 357, 44 and then the colossal big bores 454, 460 and 500. With the advent […]

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Unboxing Sig Sauer SRD 7.62Ti-QD Suppressor

Unboxing Sig Sauer SRD 7.62Ti-QD Suppressor

| March 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

SPECIFICATION INFORMATION CALIBER RATING 7.62×39, 7.62mm (.30 Caliber – up to .300WM) COLOR Black LENGTH 8.3″ DIAMETER 1.75″ WEIGHT 15.9 oz FINISH PVD FULL-AUTO RATED Full-Auto Rated MANUFACTURER SIG SAUER Silencers BUILD MATERIAL Titanium Sig’s mounting/quick disconnect   Sig’s Internal Baffle Design

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Sig Sauer 1911 TTT Range Review

Sig Sauer 1911 TTT Range Review

| October 6, 2012 | 14 Comments

All 1911’s need custom gunsmith work out of the box to work reliably. 1911?s have an ill-deserved reputation for being picky about feeding ammunition ?out of the box? And so most believe in the 1911 community that the first thing one must do with a new 1911 is to send it off to a gunsmith […]

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