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Gear Review: The Sig Sauer P320 Pistol

Interested in Purchasing a new Pistol for just about anything? This Sig Sauer P320 Review may help.  The P320 is perhaps the pinnacle on Handgun Design.  It is to handguns what the AR15 is to rifles when you compare modularity and ease of customization.

Rather than change grip panels, you can change the entire frame in the same time it takes to change grip panels. Want a longer or shorter slide, simply buy an X-change kit. With the fire control group (the serialized part) you can flip and flop and change up your firearm easily. The p320 allows multiple setups, with 1 FCG – which is like having multiple firearms with the same trigger.

P320 Trigger Group

P320 Trigger Group

Best concealed carry gun

What is the best gun for concealed carry?

Choosing a firearm based on price is probably a good way to waste some money. The best gun for concealed carry is the one that fits you. There are no one size fits all firearms so if a Glock fits you it may not fit your friend.  Obviously budget is important and the gun you have is better than the top tier firearm in the case at the gun store because you cannot afford it, but whenever possible budget should be set aside when selecting a firearm because there are so many more important criteria.…

Are finger prints required for an Illinois Concealed Carry License?

A fairly common question, and one that has received alot of disinformation from various sources, is the question “Are finger prints required for an Illinois concealed carry license?” The short and simple answer is probably not.  That’s kind of vague though. In most cases finger prints are not required, however the Illinois FCCL Licensing Review…