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Team Rubicon

Team Rubicon

Team Rubicon was founded in 2010 when two Marines, Jake Wood and William McNulty, traveled to Port-au-Prince, Haiti to assist those affected by the earthquake. As the small group of volunteers crossed the river separating the Dominican Republic and Haiti, they tagged...

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Wilson Combat factory visit

Wilson Combat factory visit

Last week we were up in Bentonville, AR mountain biking and we arranged a tour of the Wilson Combat factory which was about an hour and a half away. I have been a HUGE WC fanboy for over 10 years and own several of them. I don't think anyone builds better pistols or...

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How to Use MOA Reticle

How to Use MOA Reticle

How to Use MOA Reticle The trajectory of a spinning bullet isn’t straight. It’s a downward curve (arc) because gravity pulls down the bullet. Wind also swings the bullet sideways. And so, when you shoot, you hit the target at the zero (sight in) distance. But beyond...

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Tikka semi custom 7mm mag

Tikka semi custom 7mm mag

While I have all the guns I need for just about everything I do I was missing a higher power hunting rifle. I needed something for Elk or Nilgai. I considered the 7 mag, 300 WinMag and 300 WSM. With the heavy bullets the 7mag is a great round and I can still shoot...

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Best Gifts for the Hunter or Fisherman

Best Gifts for the Hunter or Fisherman

Are you married to a hunter or outdoors enthusiast and are unsure of what would make a great gift? No worries, the editors at Tactical Gun Review and Texas Outdoors Network have come together to offer 12 outstanding gifts that any hunter, fishermen, or shooter would...

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YHM RESONATOR 30 SILENCER REVIEW

YHM RESONATOR 30 SILENCER REVIEW

We often times get asked for recommendations on someone's first can. We usually will recommend a 30 caliber with a good mounting system that can easily be used on multiple rifles. Today we take a look at the YHM Resonator 30. Midsized and midweight, priced around $500...

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Heckler & Koch SP5

Heckler & Koch SP5

Heckler & Koch is proud to announce the US availability of the HK SP5, the only authentic sporting version of the legendary MP5 submachine gun available. The SP5 was developed by HK as a semiautomatic, civilian sporting pistol that matches the look and feel of the...

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SIG SRD 45 review

SIG SRD 45 review

We take a look at the awesome Sig SRD 45 pistol silencer. Featuring a titanium tube to keep the weight down, this is a very nice silencer. Thanks to the fine folks at the Silencer Shop we have another review for you... Disassembled End cap Specs: Where to purchase...

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SIG Sauer P320 Review in 2019

SIG Sauer P320 Review in 2019

The SIG SAUER P320 is the military’s new sidekick, but it still has many debates surrounding it.
For many marines, the new sidearm was a disappointing welcome. While for many other shooters the polymer framed handgun is all the rage.
Nevertheless, is the weapon as bad as many want you to believe? To find out read the SIG Sauer P320 review—and decide for yourself if it is a below the average firearm or not.
SIG Sauer P320 Specifications at a Glance
The P320 is a striker-fired version of the Sig Sauer P250 with single and double action modular design. The latter has the same barrel, grip, and magazine.
You can purchase it in a 9mm or .40 S&W version, and Sig has recently already released the .356 Sig platforms as well. The construction of the frame makes the P320 a highly customizable gun.
Inside the grip module made of polymer, it has a stainless steel chassis frame. On the right side of the grip, you find a window with the serial number.
Both the compact and full-size grips you can get in small, medium, to large versions. Therefore, you can exchange the chassis out between the different models available.
Further, it is one of the best defense pistols, and you can quickly shoot out to 50-yards with it. Alternatively, it is accurate enough for competitions as the large trigger blades curved deep.
On the other hand, the high-bore axis makes it feel like a ray gun and the polymer construction stays warm against the skin in cold weather. The trigger is a striker-fired model, and the weight of 29.5 ounces (depending on the model you use) is decent. The barrel length is 4.7 inches while the compact version has a 3.9-inch barrel.
The overall length is 8-inches. Furthermore, it has a width of 1.3-inches with a height of 5.5-inches. In the 9mm model, the ammunition capacity is 17+1, and in the .40, it is 14+1. You get two Mec-Gar magazines and the 9mm fires plinking and hollow point ammunition.
For safety, it comes with a trigger bar, firing pin and single piece trigger found in no other striker-fired pistol. To enhance the safety it works with a three-point takedown. You remove the magazine and slide the lock down to the rear before you disassemble it.
To appreciate the Sig Sauer P320, you need to hold it in your hand.
Best Features of the Sig Sauer P320
The first and foremost feature is the semi-auto handgun feels slick in your hand. While it feels comfortable there is more to this defense pistol as you can see here:
• The gun has a Nitron finish found on the slide giving it a satin-smooth feeling in your hand. Even the overall design is appealing and departed from the regular Sig-y look. The construction is a more modern Sig Sauer handgun that looks fabulous.
• While polymer handguns feel more like a toy, the P320 comprises a brick house and firing it is solid with the all-metal structure. The recoil is similar to other 9mm firearms and the sights identical to the P226 that is slim yet useful.
• The grip angle takes something t