“Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” And “Two Classics In Pictures” Are FMG Online Exclusives
(ArmsVault.com) – In an FMG Publications Online Exclusive, Mark Kakkuri relates his difficult break up with three “beauties” he tested at a recent range session: a Bersa BP380CC, SIG SAUER P238 Spartan and a Metro Arms 1911 Compact Commander.
In the exclusive online at americanhandgunner.com, Kakkuri shares what he’ll miss most about the guns: For the Bersa BP380CC, it’s “explaining to friends what an outrageous value the gun is”; for the P238 Spartan, it’s the “big, bright night sights and the ease of racking its slide”; and for the Metro Arms 1911 Compact Commander, the gun itself for being “one very well designed and highly functioning 1911.”
The rest of Kakkuri’s experience can be read at: www.americanhandgunner.com/exclusive-breaking-up-is-hard-to-do
In “Two Classics In Pictures” live at gunsmagazine.com, Kakkuri raves about SIG SAUER’s P239 while carried in a Galco FLETCH holster. He concludes the two are a perfect pair for duty or civilian concealed carry. Several pictures of the gun and the holster accompany the article.
According to Kakkuri, the P239’s single stack design hides the gun’s stock yet it’s going to be easy to grasp when carried in the FLETCH. He said, “I love shooting the P239 but I love carrying it as well…. While the P239 isn’t the lightest gun you can carry, it rides easily because the FLETCH’s robust belt loops draw all that beautiful leather snug against your body.”
This exclusive article from Kakkuri is available at and www.gunsmagazine.com/exclusive-two-classics-in-pictures.
Online visitors at GUNS and American Handgunner will find several articles per week from Kakkuri, who welcomes engagement from readers. To access all online content, visit americanhandgunner.com and gunsmagazine.com.