Tag Archives: handgun

At the Range with My CZ-52

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Gary Prisendorf As I’ve mentioned before in previous blog posts, there is just something about old military surplus firearms that fascinates me. I think it’s probably that they are battle tested, rugged and reliable. … Continue reading

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When a Rifle Guy Buys a Handgun

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz Over the years I had entertained the idea of a small concealable handgun.  I bought a nifty little Star 9mm Largo years earlier because it looked like a 1911 Colt, well … … Continue reading

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Handgun Shooting Tips Part 2

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box In my last blog we talked about different things to improve your handgun shooting. We talked about custom sights as well as grips, and mostly the never-ending need for practice. Now, there … Continue reading

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Handgun Shooting Tips

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box From time to time I will take calls from shooters on our 800 line asking how they can become a better handgun shooter. These will always be shooters that have just gotten … Continue reading

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MOA Cold Turkey 1000 Yard Handgun Match Report

Written by Sierra Bullets Media Relations Manager Carroll Pilant The MOA Cold Turkey 1000 Yard handgun match is held near Sundance, Wyoming. Richard Mertz of MOA handgun fame came up with the idea of a match where you fired a … Continue reading

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Keep the Fun in Shooting

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box Remember how much fun it was when you were a kid to watch those tin cans roll with the impact of those mighty .22 rimfire rounds? Sometimes when we get older we … Continue reading

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The Forgotten .41 Mag

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box The year was 1964 that the handgun world saw the introduction of a new magnum cartridge that to this day still sparks a lot of controversy. Overshadowed by the .44 mag that … Continue reading

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