Tag Archive: Sellier & Bellot

Jun 03

CAA Civilian Pistol Carbine Conversion Now Shipping

CAA Non-NFA RONI® Civilian Pistol Carbine Conversion Now Shipping The RONI® Civilian with 16″ barrel on a collapsible style stock has all the great RONI® features, minus the NFA paperwork, long wait times and extra tax costs! Pompano Beach, Fla. (June 2016) – (ArmsVault.com) – CAA, developers and manufacturers of advanced battle-tested firearms accessories, is proud …

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Oct 25

Husband vs Wife Showdown – S&W Shield vs Glock 43

My family plays a lot of board games. While the competition is friendly, it is still serious. In fact, we even keep a log of wins & losses. Our Scrabble log shows that I am experiencing a losing streak that has lasted for months. Does my family frequently remind me of this? Absolutely! We also bring this competitive game …

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Oct 20

S&W Shield and PolyCase Inceptor ARX 9mm Ammunition

As part of our continued testing of the S&W Shield, I was able to put a few rounds of PolyCase Inceptor ARX 9mm ammunition through the pistol. This self defense ammo features a lead-free, copper-polymer ARX bullet with “flutes” in the nose. These flutes are designed to transfer both rotational and directional force for rapid energy transfer to …

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Oct 14

Glock 43 and PolyCase Inceptor ARX 9mm Ammunition

One of my goals in testing the Glock 43 is to ensure that it can handle any 9mm ammunition I choose to put through it. In today’s range test, I was able to put a few rounds of PolyCase Inceptor ARX 9mm ammunition through the pistol. If you spend any time on gun-related sites, there is a good …

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Sep 25

Tipton Snap Cap Training with the S&W Shield

If you have been following our testing of the Smith & Wesson Shield, you may recall that I’ve had a few issues with the slide not going fully into battery. Because this only occurred when chambering the first round from a magazine, and never while the gun cycled after firing a round, I suspected that it was due to …

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