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The Czech List

A continuation of the CZ P-10C chronicles, if you will.

It’s been quite awhile since my last post. Fortunately, with time, it allowed for a lot of testing to be done on a number of platforms. Several thousand rounds have been put downrange in my time away. Today, we’ll be going back to the P-10C from CZ-USA. The biggest reason for this is because it has completely replaced the Glock as my everyday concealed carry sidearm.

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G-Code Holsters

As seen in Thunder Roads LA-MS Gulf Coast July 2019 Vol. 15, Issue 7.

In early 2013, Haley Strategic Partners teamed up with G-Code Holsters to develop a top-of-the-line, Inside The Waistband holster. From my understanding, this collaboration came of insights in difficult and disruptive environments training. I had been following Travis Haley’s work since the earlier days of my involvement with firearms. I had been interested in finding a properly hidden IWB holster for use at the 4-o’clock position, but no luck was had until the release of the INCOG holster.

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Dominance

As seen in Thunder Roads Louisiana Oct. 2017 Vol. 14 – Issue 9.

SIG-Sauer and Glock continue to hold the covers of magazines and the front of web-pages across the internet. For SIG, the headlines consist of the Army’s M17 variant and the “voluntary upgrade” program on “unsafe” P320s in the civilian arena. For Glock, their headlines cover the good and the bad of the new Generation-5 line of handguns. Of course, both issues were met with various degrees of controversy.

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The SIG Sauer P320

As seen in Thunder Roads Louisiana May 2017 Vol. 14 – Issue 5.

The SIG-Sauer P320 is probably the most searched of firearms on Google and the most popular handgun on the market right now. I don’t believe that there are many who would disagree with that statement. Make no mistake, the P320 was popular before the U.S. Army concluded their Modular Handgun System program and named the striker-fired SIG the winner. The key word there – and stone cold fact – being modular. I was fortunate enough to be allowed to borrow a full-size 9mm P320 from a friend recently. I must say; this SIG platform continues to leave an impression on me. I have had the opportunity to fire several 9mm Compacts and one .45 ACP Compact, in the past.

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Decisions on the Dedicated Handgun Pt. 2

As seen in Thunder Roads Louisiana Apr. 2017 Vol. 14- Issue 4.

Since 2013-’14, we have seen a boom on the purchase of single-stack handguns for use in concealed carry. I have walked into many FFLs and witnessed the salesperson or a third-party trying to push a Ruger LCP / LC9(S) or similarly sized handgun off to the customer. I have also met many on shooting ranges and watched what they brought to shoot. Over the last year alone, most of those people stopped regularly shooting those smaller single-stack handguns. In fact, the only single-stack that I’ve seen people retain is the 9x19mm Glock-43, so far. In most of the cases, where one quit utilizing the compact handgun they bought for carry, those handguns were bought based on a “feel good” level and I will explain why.

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