The Night Cobra may be the 2017 Colt Cobra renewed and reinforced cousin, if you may, and unlike other handguns, its cylinder can hold up as much as six bullets instead of the standard measure of five. The Night Cobra’s also designed for night shooters thanks to its ability to not get caught up in your clothes and also go completely unnoticed. Plus, it has one of the smoothest grips in history, there’s no competition at all.
The newest Ruger Pistol Caliber Carbine is pretty similar to the old Ruger Rifle 10/33, with a 16.125 canyon that can be separated into two different pieces to make it easier to carry around, especially during long trips. Also, this Carabin features a 9mm Parabellum that can hold both a Ruger or Glock pistol, as well as Picatinny parts that are fully customizable in order to provide a top-notch user experience for gun any gun enthusiast.
The Mossberg 590M is pretty similar to other action shotguns from the Mossberg 500 series, but the main difference between this one and the others is the fact that this one features an external chamber. Its cylinder can also hold 5 and up to 20 bullets, which allows shooters to change faster between different kinds of ammo. This gun isn’t exactly the most user-friendly and requires vast expertise, so it wouldn’t be recommended for rookie enthusiasts.
Year after year, the city of Vegas hosts the SHOT Show convention, brought to you by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, where the most innovative and revolutionary guns in the world are presented to gun enthusiasts from all over the world that gather around town. Naturally, 2018 wasn’t an exception to that rule, so let’s take a look at the top 5 best firearms in the world, as per their rankings.
The Glock 19X is the ultimate gun. While it holds a Glock 17 size in terms of structure, it’s actually 4 inches shorter than the Glock 19. As a result, the pistol is just 7.4 inches long, and its weight makes it extremely comfortable for most rookie enthusiasts, even when it’s fully loaded. This gun comes in coyote brown and with a military service special cord and can hold up to 19 bullets. Also, its Picatinny parts right behind the trigger make it one of the prettiest and safest guns in the world.
Iver Johnson M1911
The Iver Johnson M1911 combines a massive destruction potential with the top safety measures thanks to its 16.125-inch barrel, which makes you look like you were in the middle of World War 1, or at least be featured in a movie about it.
The gun has a bit of an unorthodox look and may not be the most comfortable due to its 36 inches of longitude and 4 pounds weight. Still, this is one of the fan favorites and keeps on drawing a lot of attention despite its ancient look.