Sig P232 Compared to . . . The Walther PK380

Walther came oh so close to marketing one of the best .380 pistols on the market – the slide is easy to rack – great ( for a small pistol ) ergonomics grip wise – the rear sight cut out is wide compared to the front sight which makes it easy for old eyeballs toContinue reading “Sig P232 Compared to . . . The Walther PK380”

Sig P232 Compared to . . . The Taurus Curve

The people at Taurus really stepped out of the box with The Curve – one of the things folks get all head scratchy about when it gets to the “Bruce – can you help me figure out which gun to buy?” thing is the simple fact that’s just where it starts – they have decidedContinue reading “Sig P232 Compared to . . . The Taurus Curve”

Sig P232 Compared to . . . The Radom P64

We’ll look at one more pistol in about the same size as the P232 that’s not in .380. The Radom P64 is a decent copy of the Walther PPK – not anywhere close to the finish of the PPK that was the pattern Radom used – chambered in 9×18 Makarov – which is just aboutContinue reading “Sig P232 Compared to . . . The Radom P64”

Is It a 1911? – 1911A1? – or What Exactly?

These first two pics are from Sightm1911.com . . . Ready? – I hope so . . . There are differences a plenty between the variants – most are pretty subtle – 1911 sights are very small – the hammer shape changed – the tang or the top of the grip safety ( what hasContinue reading “Is It a 1911? – 1911A1? – or What Exactly?”