Here is the best Kimber Solo review I have read. It presents standard Kimber Solo information and specs but also describes the difficulties that all small 9mm pistols have. The initial offering of the Solo began in early 2010 with the TuTone Solo Carry model. The commercial gun magazines, Internet blogs and websites, especially the media [...]

On January 2, 2012 I returned my Beretta Nano to Beretta in Maryland to determine why I keep getting an occasional failure to extract. The spent case is left in the chamber and the slide moves all the way rearward and then returns, loading the next round directly behind the spent case, or sometimes under [...]

Beretta Nano Review after shooting 1000 rounds of all types of ammunition. Included are a few other range reports that provide both positive and negative comments. I think the Beretta Nano is an outstanding 9mm subcompact pistol. Previously I shot 300 rounds during two different range sessions. Today I drove an hour to the nearest [...]

Kimber Solo Pros and Cons based on my personal experience. I purchased the Kimber Solo Carry 9mm subcompact pistol in March 2011. After six months of shooting over 1700 rounds I gained an appreciation for the Solo’s good points along with some disappointment. It is important to note that not every Solo owner has problems. [...]

I just held a Beretta Nano for the first time today and first impressions are not great! The pistol felt top heavy to me. Perhaps this will balance out with a full magazine installed. The grip is short with little finger curled under. This is not a problem for me because I shoot my Glock [...]

I have gathered several Sig Mosquito Reviews that shed some light on the typical problems and tips for improvements. I recently bought a Sig Sauer 22lr Mosquito because I liked the look and feel of the gun and it was a Sig. After getting it home I had more time for research because the shooting [...]

I often see requests to compare the Kimber Solo to the Glock 26. There really isn’t much in common between the two except the 9mm caliber. The Glock 26, commonly called the “Baby” Glock has gained worldwide popularity among secret service and security personnel because it is undeniably reliable. Based on the Kimber Solo track [...]

Check out the new Beretta Nano for Concealed Carry. I have purchased several small 9mm pistols for concealed carry and so far none of them provides what I want in a concealed carry weapon. After reading this range report for the Beretta Nano I am looking to buy a Nano and give it a try. [...]

The SIG SAUER Mosquito is a scaled down .22lr version of the popular P226. The 90% smaller size Sig  22 has all the controls of the full size pistol with reduced recoil, less noise, and lower cost compared to shooting more expensive 9mm ammunition.  The Mosquito has a polymer frame with an accessory rail, a [...]

The Ruger LC9 can be very accurate for a small 9mm, but it suffers from a terrible trigger. The trigger has over 3/8 of an inch slop before it engages the hammer. Once engaged, the trigger travels about 3/4 inch until the break. The break occurs about 3/16 inch before the frame. This all adds [...]

Took my Ruger LC9 9mm to the Range for testing today. It was returned to the factory for a repair and update to remedy a problem with light firing pin strikes. Some of the first LC9’s had a problem with the firing pin channel getting clogged with metal debris from the primers on some brands [...]

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