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Cabot Arms South Paw 1911 Cabot produces what can only…

Cabot Arms South Paw 1911
Cabot produces what can only be described as the Rolls Royce of 1911’s. The South Paw is totally left-handed with everything reversed. It’s a full-size pistol with a 5-inch National Match barrel, match trigger, extended safety, slide release and beavertail grip safety. The CNC machined 4140 steel slide and frame are hand polished with a gray nitride finish, the frontstrap has 20-lpi checkering and the grips are smooth box elder. It has a Harrison design fixed rear sight, ramp front sight, polished feed ramp, plus a flared and lowered ejection port. Chambered for the .45 ACP, it has an 8+1 capacity. (855-843-1911; cabotguns.com)

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DeSantis Intruder
The Intruder is designed for both concealment and comfort. It is tuckable and adjustable for both height and cant. The holster back consists of top grain premium steer-hide and the leather front component is finished with a supremely durable polyurethane film for lasting beauty. Each Intruder is molded from genuine Kydex sheet to exact specifications. (631-841-6300; desantisholster.com)

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DoubleTap
New this year from DoubleTap are a selection of high-performance defensive handgun loadings. The 195-grain .357 Mag Equalizer load combines a 125-grain JHP atop a 70-grain solid for maximum punch on target. Designed for concealed carry use, the new 9mm 124-grain +P load offers 1,300 fps velocity out of a 4.5-inch barrel for a great balance of penetration and expansion. Also new is the 80-grain 9mm TAC-X load designed for handguns with 3.5-inch and shorter barrels, offering reliable expansion and lighter recoil. A matching 80-grain TAC-XP .380 ACP load provides compact pocket pistols with a load that gives a good penetration with a claimed 100 percent of weight retention. (866-357-1066; doubletapammo.com)

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  • Jim Mullin

    I bought a good amount of Doubletap ammo for increased velocities in 10mm auto and 357 Sig.Suddenly the prices skyrocketed and it was too much to pay for an extra hundred feet per second or so.If you can afford it,buy it.The owner,Mike McNett,is the only ammo company owner that i know of who actually answers customer email.For 10mm,i will still get Doubletap,because most other 10mm loads on the market are just elongated 40 S&W power level loads.Their 500 mag is still a decent deal.