Rick is an avid fan of 1911s, all steel American firearms. He is also a fan of German firearms especially those from Walther. When he was asked to review two new Walther pistols for practical pistol, he didn't hesitate. This episode, Rick reviews the Walther CCP and PPS pistols, give you his thoughts about concealability, shootability and reliability of these guns.
Rick introduces us to a new type of practical shooting match called ASI or Action Shooting International that is just starting up here in the Pacific Northwest. It's very similar to GSSF & IDPA and it's geared towards beginner shooters.
Rick also talks about the new IDPA Division called Compact Carry Pistol (CCP), the need for it and the types of equipment needed to shoot in this new division.
Larry has been a big fan of Glocks both for competition and for concealed carry. With the release of the new Smith & Wesson M&P Shield without the manual safety, he's decided to get one and give it a try. Here's Larry's indepth review of the M&P Shield.
In this week's episode, Rick talks about eight round, single stack 1911 magazines, Larry discuss the use of a tuckable concealed carry holster by DC Holsters, and Steve reviews the Beretta A300 Outlander semi-auto shotgun.