Striker-fired handguns have been around for several decades and have become increasingly popular in recent years. They are widely used by military and law enforcement personnel, as well as by civilian gun enthusiasts. In this blog post, we will discuss modern striker-fired handguns, their advantages and disadvantages, and some popular models.
What is a striker-fired handgun?
A striker-fired handgun is a type of semi-automatic pistol that uses a striker instead of a hammer to fire the bullet. The striker is a spring-loaded firing pin that is released when the trigger is pulled, striking the primer and igniting the gunpowder. Unlike traditional hammer-fired pistols, striker-fired handguns have a simpler design and fewer parts, making the...
Semi-automatic shotguns have become increasingly popular among hunters, sport shooters, and even home defense enthusiasts. Unlike traditional pump-action shotguns, semi-automatic shotguns use gas, recoil, or inertia to cycle the action and load the next round into the chamber automatically, allowing for faster follow-up shots and reduced recoil. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the features and benefits of modern semi-automatic shotguns.
Reduced Recoil One of the biggest advantages of semi-automatic shotguns is the reduced recoil. The semi-automatic action absorbs some of the recoil, making it easier to shoot multiple rounds quickly and comfortably. This is especially important for competitive shooting and hunting, where the a...