All too often, the word tactical has been overused in the firearm industry and market, and usually to sell any handgun that’s black. The reality is that custom tactical handguns are both simpler and more complicated than that.
What Makes a Handgun Tactical
At its core, a tactical handgun is one that reliably fires. So it must be durable enough to get knocked around and still fire as often as you need it to. Color has nothing to do with a weapon being tactical, and never will, though if there’s a chance of night works, you’ll want something that doesn’t shine.
Once you have a gun that reliably fires every time you pull the trigger, there are a few things you may want to help you hit the target. Customizing your sights and grips can make all the difference in the world to how you hold the weapon and see. Those can save your life.
The final word of what makes a handgun tactical is the person shooting it. It doesn’t matter what kind of gimmicks a pistol has if the person holding it doesn’t know what they’re doing with it. Take classes, as many as you can, and enroll in competitions. The adrenaline and stress in competitions are as close as a civilian can come to a real world situation, so take advantage of that.
Why Choose a Tactical Handgun
The reason to choose a tactical handgun is as simple as wanting a firearm that shoots reliably in a variety of situations. Whenever you look at a new handgun, reliability, durability, and accuracy are going to be the main things you look for. In a gun that is properly listed as being tactical, you’re more likely to find it.
These aren’t obscure companies that make them, either. The Glock 41, Sig P226 Navy Model, and the 1911 are all examples of tactical handguns, which can then be customized to suit you. Buy now at our online marketplace or visit us today.