Sar B6P vs CZ75B Part 1 of 2 : Table Top Comparison

Without Further Ado . . . SAR on the left / CZ on the right – A some of the differences between the two are aesthetic – some are ergonomic – some are out of necessity . . . Ready?? – Here we Go! From the top of the pic down – the end ofContinue reading “Sar B6P vs CZ75B Part 1 of 2 : Table Top Comparison”

A Para Ordinance GI 1911 LTC came over to Play Today

The things I do for money – spend about 4 hours playing with a 1911 – tough job – but here I am willing to take one for the team ( Go Team Bruce! ) and run through the gentleman’s purchase for him . . . Let me get this out here right up frontContinue reading “A Para Ordinance GI 1911 LTC came over to Play Today”

CZ 75B High Polish – My Blushing Bride’s First Gun Crush . . .

Let’s start with a little look at the background of the CZ 75 . . . Manufactured by CZUB in Czechoslovakia ( don’ read Czech ?? – try HERE then ) starting in 1975 it was designed by brothers Josef and František Koucký – František Koucký was freshly retired in 1969, however the company offeredContinue reading “CZ 75B High Polish – My Blushing Bride’s First Gun Crush . . .”

Out of the Closet – H&R 926 “Defender”

H&R?? – it sure looks like Schofield !! or a top break Smith !! Nope – it’s not a 100 plus years old revolver – but produced in 1978 in a real power house cartridge – .38 S&W – LMAO! 38 S&W on the left – 38 special on the right H&R was still producingContinue reading “Out of the Closet – H&R 926 “Defender””

Colt Competition Series Head to Head against Fusion Reaction

Taking a look at these two is almost an apple to orange comparison – The CCS – the Colt Competition Series is marketed towards an entry level IDPA market slice whereas the Fusion Reaction is marketed more towards defensive or range use – yet they both overlap each way – they are staring each otherContinue reading “Colt Competition Series Head to Head against Fusion Reaction”