Posted May 13, 2016 12:00 pm by Comments

By Nick Leghorn


The subcompact semi-auto handgun market has become considerably more crowded over the last few years. These days every gun manufacturer under the sun has filled out their product lines with small pistols perfect for concealed carry. Despite this crowded marketplace, a new company named Honor Defense thinks their Honor Guard pistol is a sales-winning concealed carry semi-auto 9mm handgun — and they’ve priced it to move. At first blush, the Honor Guard looks like just about any other polymer framed compact 9mm handgun. But there are some distinct differences . . .

The first thing I noticed is the styling of the slide. There are cocking serrations both fore and aft, something missing from similar offerings from major competitors. I personally don’t use forward cocking serrations that often but I love having the option.

Despite those serrations the slide is still on the slick side. Unlike the sharper and chunkier design of the SIG SAUER X38 series of firearms the gun feels smooth, like it won’t be catching on your clothing or sticking annoyingly into the side of your body. The rest of the gun follows suit, flowing almost seamlessly from one feature …Read the Rest

Source:: Truth About Guns

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