Practical Pistols

Our definition of a 'Practical Pistol' is one that is intended to be secured by, and drawn from a holster, whether that be competition, on the street or in the arena. Practical pistols by their very nature are intended to be used frequently. The focus on these units is design intent, mechanical soundness and the ability to absorb significant round counts. Expensive finishes are avoided due the potential high use and are replaced by more industrial based, hard wearing coatings.