The grip of a tactical pistol must be comfortable and secure. Tactical handguns are used in a number of professions including law enforcement and military. They are used in certain firearm competitions, and for self-defense as well. When gun enthusiasts think of tactical handguns, they think of a firearm that is designed for performance.
There are several characteristics that define a tactical handgun, including performance. Most tactical pistols have a least a mounting rail and in some cases a combat light or laser for sights. Many handguns do not have iron sights as they interfere with customized optics.
Different Types of Tactical Handguns
The Dan Wesson Specialist is a .45 caliber semi-auto pistol that holds eight rounds. Its grip is meant to be secure and comfortable. This gun is for both right-handed and left-handed shooters. It has an extended magazine release, night sights, and features a full-size government profile. It boasts a stainless-steel slide and is known as one of the most popular tactical pistols.
The Bushmaster XM-15 is a semi-automatic pistol that holds 30 rounds. The barrel is 10.5 inches and based off of the AR-15 platform. It features a foam cover, phase 5 ambi single-point sling attachment, and aluminum pistol buffer tube. This is known as a reliable and rugged firearm meant for a high-level of performance. Consumers can even purchase a trigger guard if they feel inclined.
Performance and Reliability
Tactical handguns are meant to be reliable and perform well under any conditions. Tactical handguns are rugged and reliable and customizable to consumer preference especially when it comes to optics and grips.
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