On the latest episode of American Rifleman TV, NRA Training Counselor Larry Quandahl takes you through the importance of establishing eye dominance in our “Back to Basics” segment. He then follows up with the importance of obtaining a proper grip and how it can improve your shooting.
We test the latest innovative handgun from Walther, the PDP (Performance Duty Pistol). This 9 mm is offered in three sizes, and did something we didn’t think was possible—it improved on the company’s previous PPQ pistol.
We also look at one of the world’s longest-serving guns—one you’ve probably never heard of—and that is the French “Tabatiere.” These guns could well have started off as flintlocks in the era of Napoleon but were later converted to percussion and then made into big-bore breechloaders. The name "Tabatiere" is French for tobacco or snuff box and pretty much sums up how its breechblock works.
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