I’ve broken down the most popular handgun into two categories — design and quantity produced. This isn’t meant to settle any friendly debates, but to make a case for each criterion.
Alright, so you’re picking up a new gun from your local FFL dealer. But, aren’t there some things you should be inspecting on a new gun before buying? The short answer is yes.
Choosing the right quick access bedside gun safe, is an important decision. You’ll need to balance firearm security, reliability, and quick access. However, these aren’t the only factors that have a bearing on your selection of a bedside safe which fits your needs.
Ok boys and girls, today we are talking all things PK380. Need an alternative to your lost take down tool? Maybe you need help with that pesky recoil spring. I’ll cover everything you need to disassemble your Walther.
After purchasing my Walther Pk380, I had some trouble using the factory labels for the guns’ safety. It would seem fairly obvious, since there was a simple lever and an “S” and an “F”. Surely, if the lever is on “S” the weapon was safe, right?
If you’ve purchased a pistol from a licensed dealer, then your handgun should have come with a cable lock. Using a pistol cable lock is not necessarily intuitive. Especially since the process differs between revolvers and automatics.