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Edwin Sarkissian tests out his Glocks in assorted calibers against a stack of cinder blocks to see how they work on penetration.
Moving from a 115-grain 9mm in his G19 (“I did not think it would ricochet,” he says) he steps it up to a 230-grain FMJ in his .45ACP G30 and finally a 185-grain solid from his .40S&W G23.
He was surprised in the end which made it through and which didn’t. Cue the “stopping power” guy on the message boards with this one.
Walther PDP: Thick in Size, Superb in Performance
Walther unleashed their Performance Duty Pistol, or PDP, to a flurry of media attention this year. We’ve taken it through a deep dive, and we’ll give you our thoughts right now after 500 rounds.
Classic Carry Piece: Walther PPK/S
Walther's flagship pistol for the past century has been the PP series handgun and for good reason, it is both old-school cool and often overrated.
Old P-64 vs. Sig’s P365: Does the Polish “Walther” Stand Up?
Can an old Cold War “micro” pistol compete with today’s high-tech modern handguns for concealed carry? We compare the Polish P-64 to the newer Sig P365.
First Look: FN 509 Compact 9mm Pistol
A no-frills version of the FN 509 developed specifically for carry purposes, this new polymer-framed striker-fired 9mm is still packed with features.