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What is the best optic for my Glock 43x MOS

If you need an optic for your Glock 43X, I’m here to help. The Modular Optic System, or MOS, version of the G43X has a factory cut slide that accepts only micro-footprint sized optics using the RMSc-type base. Not every red dot sight (RDS) will fit.

Initially popularized by the Smith & Wesson Shield series, the RMSc footprint is now used for a range of guns including the SIG SAUER P365 series and the Springfield Armory Hellcat optics. The sights are more compact than normal pistol red dot sights and are necessary for slim guns like the G43X.

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Springfield Hellcat Apex Trigger Review: An Upgrade Worth Considering

Got a Springfield Hellcat you want to squeeze every bit of performance possible out of?

I recommend taking a look at the Action Enhancement Trigger from Apex Tactical Specialties. This user-installable kit promises to retain all of the safety of the stock trigger while improving the break, pull and reset.

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What Optics Will Fit the Springfield Armory Hellcat?

So, you recently purchased a Springfield Armory Hellcat and now you want to add a red dot sight (RDS). The question is “what optics are compatible for a Springfield Hellcat OSP?”

Don’t worry – I’ve got you covered.

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Wilson Combat WCP320 Carry Review

The Wilson Combat WCP320 Carry is one of the best 9mm pistols I’ve reviewed.

From its announcement as the new standard sidearm for the United States military, the popularity of the SIG SAUER P320 pistol seemingly exploded.

Original SIG pistols are in high demand and aftermarket accessories are plentiful. You can even build your own P320 pistol from scratch without going through a dealer or applying a serial number.

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Girsan MC1911 CT Review

In today’s review of the Girsan MC1911 CT, I take a look at a classically designed .45 ACP pistol with modern updates including a red dot sight.

What might draw a lot of people in is the low price tag: only $661 at full retail.

With the standard features, the gun seems like a great bargain.

But, is it?

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Springfield Armory XD 9mm Subcompact Pistol Review

While single-stack 9mm pistols seem to be all the rage in modern concealed carry, subcompact pistols that hold a bit more ammunition shouldn’t be dismissed by anyone interested in personal protection.

In this Springfield Armory XD Subcompact pistol review, I take a look at the smallest gun in the company’s Defend Your Legacy Series of handguns. While thicker than the XD-S Mod.2 pistol, it is still small enough for most people to easily conceal but offers significantly more ammunition.

Let’s not waste a bunch of time and jump right into my XD Subcompact review.