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Hot New Pistols from Kimber And Browning Shoot It Out

Hot New Pistols from Kimber And Browning Shoot It Out
The Browning 1911-380, right, isnt a large gun, except when it is compared to the Kimber Advocate.

In this test, our shooters found out that both sidearms work well, and that the Kimber is a very good pocket pistol to boot. The Browning will not fit in an average pocket, and that makes its place in the scheme of personal-defense carry guns problematic. Here are more of our insights on these two handguns:

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The Krag-Jorgensen rifle was invented by Capt. Ole Krag and Erik Jorgensen in Norway in the late 1800s. Denmark adopted the design first, in 1889, preceding Norway’s acceptance of it in 1894. The Danes had it chambered for the 8x58R cartridge and used it until at least... Read More

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