40 caliber

Browning Hi-Power Review


Barrel: 4.62, 4.75 inch
Caliber: .22 LR
Price: $985 – 1029
Grips: Composite, Walnut
Sights: High Profile fixed, Low Profile fixed, Adjustible with ramped front post
Weight: 32 – 39 oz


The Browning Hi-Power comes in two models with up to nine configurations.  A locked breech and ambi-thumb safety look good in either the blued or the black epoxy finish.  This is a great firearm and is much cheaper at the range in the 9mm.  The 75th Anniversary model comes with a nitride blued finish and a gold engraving.  It retails for $10,500.  You can choose between the 10 or 13 round magazine.

Beretta PX4 Review


Barrel: 3, 3.2 inch
Caliber: 9mm, .40 cal, 45 ACP
Price: $550-1035
Grips: Plastic
Sights: 3-dot
Weight: 26.1 – 27.7 oz


The Beretta PX4 comes in the compact model with the 3.2 inch barrel and the sub-compact with the 3 inch barrel.  The Beretta safety system that combines de-cocking with a positive thumb safety lets you know it is a Beretta in your hand.  The light weight hammer and polymer reinforced frame combine with the rotary locking barrel system to provide a carry pistol that combines accuracy and conceal-ability.

Beretta M9 – 92FS – 96A1 Review


Barrel: 4.9 inch
Caliber: 9mm, .40 cal
Price: $650-795
Grips: Plastic Polymer removal standard and slim
Sights: 3-dot
Weight: 32.5-34.4 oz


The Beretta M9 / 92FS / 96A1 each come in the DA or SA for a total of six models.  They all feature an open slide system and the Bruniton finish.  The safety system combines decocking with the positive thumb safety.  They come with a choice of 10, 15 or 17 shot magazine.

Kimber 1911


I shot the Kimber 1911 Raptor the other day in a .40 caliber. The gun was sweet!

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