SHOT Show 2011–Day Three

FROM DAY THREE... Smith & Wesson Governor A judge can…



Smith & Wesson Governor
A judge can sentence you but only the Governor can pardon. Smith and Wesson has just released their own .410 bore revolver than can accept 2.5-inch shells as well as .45 Colt and .45 ACP with included 2- and 6-shot moon clips. The new double/single action Governor has a 6-round capacity, Hogue molded grips, lightweight blackened scandium alloy frame, and Tritium front sights with a PVD cylinder. It is also available with Crimson Trace laser grips as an option. MSRP is $679. For more information visit or call 800-331-0852.


Kimber Solo
Kimber continues to innovate with their new Solo Carry semiauto concealed carry 9mm pistol. With similar look, feel and ergonomics of a very small 1911 this gun features a lightweight aluminum frame and steel slide and a checkered slide lock/release and ambidextrous thumb safety, and magazine release button. It also includes a lightweight single action striker-fired trigger and 6+1 capacity magazine with a 2.7-inch barrel, as well as low profile three-dot sights. At 17 ounces, this gun is only very slightly larger than most .380 ACP pocket guns with and all sharp edges have been smoothed out for a better draw. The KimPro II premium finish is self-lubricating and corrosion-resistant. MSRP is $725. For more information visit or call 800-880-2418.


FNH FNP-45 Competition
New from FNH is their FNP-45 Competition model. This double action/single action .45 ACP semi automatic full-size pistol comes standard with three 15-round extended magazine, black polymer frame with four interchangeable backstraps and a MIL-STD 1913 accessory rail. Ambidextrous controls include safety/decocker, slide stop/release and magazine release. Like on the FNP-45 Tactical model the Competition version also has a cut and threaded slide for mounting electronic red dot sights but adds a high visibility fiber optic front sight and a plain black rear sight. MSRP is $1,239. For more information contact or call 703-288-1292.

Sig Sauer P210
Sig Sauer has long had a reputation for accuracy but possibly none of their guns more so than the P210, once the pistol of the Swiss Army. This gun stands out with a slide that rides inside the frame and a very classic look. New this year this distinct blackened stainless steel 8+1 capacity 9mm single-action semi auto pistol is back as the P210 Legend with a few modern improvements. The new P210 features black Nitron coating, improved beavertail grip, manual safety and internal drop safety, as well as magazine release and custom wood grips. MSRP is $2,199.95. For more information visit or call 603-772-2302.

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  • Edward

    As long as the barrel itself is 16 inches or longer (including integral fake suppressors), it’s not a SBR.

  • SBR country?

    I don’t think so Chad. My understanding is that rifles are measured for compliance with the National Firearms Act at their longest. This means that, with fixed or collapsible stocks, the stock is extended to its maximum length before measuring OAL. Don’t take it to the bank, but that is the rule as I remember it.

  • dt

    Remember when Taurus used to copy S&W?

  • Chad

    Tiny problem with the Kel Tec RMR-30. Under 26″ collapsed… SBR country. Boo.