Category Archive: Pistols

A collection of pistol videos.

Apr 06

Trailblazer Firearms LifeCard Folding, Single-shot .22LR Pistol

The Demolition Ranch channel takes a look at the Trailblazer Firearms Lifecard. The Lifecard is a folding, single-shot .22LR pistol that is the size of a stack of credit cards, and weighs in at less that 7 ounces. Read More: Trailblazer Firearms LifeCard 22LR Pistol In the second half of this video, Demolition Ranch finds out …

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Mar 02

Advantages of Shooting Revolvers

Are you convinced that revolvers are obsolete and have no value as a modern self-defense tool? Not so fast… Chris from Lucky Gunner discusses the advantages of shooting revolvers and how working with revolvers has made him a better shooter in general.      

Feb 09

SIG P226 Legion RX Full Size Pistol with ROMEO1 Optic

Andy from the Sig Sauer Academy gives us a look at the new SIG P226 Legion RX Full Size pistol. The Legion P226 Legion RX is equipped with a slide-mounted reflex optic, the ROMEO1. This pistol is available in 9mm, 357 Sig, and 40 S&W. SIG P226 Legion RX Full Size: CALIBER: 9mm Luger / 357 …

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Jan 15

Springfield Armory XD-S Mod.2 Single-Stack 45 ACP Pistol

A look at the new Springfield Armory XD-S Mod.2 single-stack 45 ACP pistol. Pistol upgrades include a higher hand position, enhanced grip texturing, thinner slide, an Ameriglo Pro-Glo front sight with tactical-rack rear sight, enhanced trigger, loaded chamber indicator, and a grip safety. Official Press Release: Springfield Armory XD-S Mod.2 Springfield Armory XD-S Mod.2 Models: XDSG93345B 45 ACP MOD.2® …

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Jan 08

SIG P365 Pistol

A look at the new SIG P365 pistol. The P365 is a high-capacity, micro-compact, striker-fired 9mm pistol designed to offer the perfect balance of capacity and concealment with unrivaled shootability and ergonomics. The P365’s patent-pending, narrow-neck, modified double-stack magazine holds 10 rounds in both the flush-fit and extended versions, plus one in the chamber, for …

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