Beretta PX4 Storm Compact Vs Glock 19

Beretta px4 storm compact vs glock 19
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When choosing a pistol, it’s always good to have an idea of what to look for. No one pistol is the same. Pistols may look similar in appearance, but they do differ in some ways. 

In this article, we are discussing two powerful handguns; the Glock 19 and Beretta PX4 Storm Compact. If you want to know how they differ and the pros and cons of each, read on.  

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Brass vs Nickel-Plated Cleaning Jags

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Cleaning a gun can be a tedious and daunting task, but if you need it to perform optimally, you have to take the time to give it a proper clean. Thankfully, there are tools available that make gun cleaning easy, and one of those tools is a cleaning jag. 

Cleaning jags are mainly used for cleaning the inside of a gun’s barrel, and they are usually attached to a cleaning rod. The jag itself is used with patches to remove dirt, grime, and carbon buildup.

Jags are available in different sizes for different calibers. They are also made of different materials. In this article, we have discussed two main types of jags, brass and nickel-plated cleaning jags highlighting the pros and cons of each. 

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What Do I Need for a Gun Cleaning Kit?

What do i need for a gun cleaning kit

Cleaning and maintaining a firearm is essential to its performance and longevity. Although it’s a daunting task, it’s better than dealing with a dirty or rusted gun

Furthermore, using a dirty gun can lead to a malfunction, increasing your risk for injury. It is absolutely essential that you clean your gun and do it properly. Thankfully, you can get a gun cleaning kit with all the cleaning materials and supplies you need to give your firearm a proper and thorough clean. 

On top of that, it’s cheaper to buy a gun cleaning kit than to buy the cleaning tools separately. If you are not sure what gun cleaning supplies you need, here is a list of the supplies a gun cleaning kit should have.  

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Slip 2000 Gun Lube Review

Slip 2000 gun lube review
Slip 2000 gun lube review

The Slip 2000 gun lube is a synthetic lube that does not contain petroleum distillates, mineral oil, silicone, or Teflon. The lube has anti-wear properties and can withstand temperature changes between -110 degrees Fahrenheit and +1250 degrees Fahrenheit.

The gun oil serves as a cleaner, lubricant, and preservative. When applied to the metallic parts of a gun, the lube does not evaporate or dry out. It also does not leave messy residue or become sticky. Compared to petroleum-based lubes, the Slip 2000 lube does not hold or attract power residue, dirt, or dust

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Slip 2000 Gun Lube Vs Slip 2000 EWL Gun Lube

Slip 2000 gun lube vs slip 2000 ewl gun lube
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Every shooter has their favorite lube that they use and relies on. Most shooters prefer CLPs, that is, lubes that function as cleaners, lubricants, and preservatives. The reason for this is because they are more economical. They will save you the cost of buying a cleaner and preservative. 

The Slip 2000 lubes are CLPs, and that fact alone is what makes them popular. Another reason why they are so well-liked is that they are not toxic and don’t contain any hazardous materials

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Mossberg 535 vs 835

Mossberg 535 vs 835
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Mossberg is well-known for its high-quality, rugged, reliable, and affordable pump-action shotguns. Over the years, the company has continued to update its models, particularly their 500 series models.

That being said, let us look at the 535 models and the 835 models and how they differ. 

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10mm vs 41 Mag

10mm vs 41 Mag

When comparing cartridges, you need to consider factors like weight and energy because both these factors play an essential role in how much kinetic energy a bullet produces. 

Many shooters tend to compare the 10mm to the .41mag, and as it goes, they all have different opinions as to which is more powerful. To understand these cartridges more and how they differ, we have reviewed each one and highlighted their differences.  

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44 Magnum vs 44 Special

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Both the .44 Magnum and .44 Special are large-bore cartridges that are chambered in revolvers. Both cartridges have their pros and cons, and they are both suited for different situations.

In this article, we have discussed each of them, how they differ from each other, and what situations they are best suited for. 

 

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Do Silencers Work on Revolvers

Do Silencers Work on Revolvers
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It’s worthwhile mentioning that silencers don’t work on all firearms, and this is due to the way some gun barrels are designed. Firearms like rifles and pistols are compatible with silencers, while revolvers are not. And it’s only recently that a silencer explicitly designed for shotguns hit the market.  

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Remington 742 Manufacturer Dates – How to Decrypt

Remington 742 Manufacturer Dates - How to Decrypt
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Most firearms that were manufactured after 1968 contain a serial number. The number is located on the barrel or frame of the firearm, and it may include a series of numbers or a series of numbers and letters. 

Ideally, the numbers can help you decipher the date, month, and year the gun was manufactured. However, not all guns have a serial number, and therefore, it may be hard to determine the date they were made. Either because they were manufactured illegally to be sold for personal use. 

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