Beretta is our oldest gun maker in continuous production of quality firearms. Having delivered rifles to Napoleon and handguns to our own military, Beretta has developed an excellent reputation for reliable and durable handguns. While excellence of manufacture is always a selling point, so is the price point.
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Choosing the right concealed carry firearm is an important decision that should never be taken lightly. After all, you are making a decision
I began buying GLOCK 22s and 23s in 1991 and have steadily shot these .40 S&W-chambered handguns ever since,
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have added their final set of articles about new handguns introduced at the show. In this edition are details about The View, a new compact DA concealed-carry small-framed revolver from Taurus named for its distinctive translucent polycarbonate right side plate, and 5-inch versions of the Walther PPQ M2 pistol. Also, Legacy Sports is introducing new Buntline rimfire revolvers.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have added a third day of articles about new handguns introduced at the show. In this edition are details about Kahr Arms’ CT4543 and full-frame CT40 and CT45 and Magnum Research’s 3-inch ultra-compact 1911, the Undercover DE1911U. Also, Para USA has new 9mm 1911-patterned handguns, and Remington surprises the firearms industry again with the introduction of the new R51 compact 9mm semi-auto.
Known for reliable, tough pocket pistols in a price range that reflects their quality, a Kahr goes bang every time. For self-defense, you can trust your life on a Kahr handgun. Now, with a saturated market of affordable and even cheap, small defensive handguns, Kahr Arms introduces two new full-sized pistols that it hopes will grab a portion of the market share.
The lead smelting plant, Doe Run, in Herculaneum, Missouri, will cease operations in the next couple of weeks.
CZ, the popular firearms manufacturer from the Czech Republic, showed up with some impressive toys to the 2013 SHOT Show. A gleaming row of handguns lined the booth walls showing off their proven products. The P07 Duty, the 75 Shadow, along with some beautiful 75B stainless models look just as relevant today as any polymer striker fired duty pistol from Smith & Wesson or Glock.
The 1911 is, in my eyes, the most iconic handgun of all time. Its features are clearly distinguishable. One glance and you know it is a 1911. I cannot think of another handgun in the world that has been reproduced or as duplicated as the classic 1911.
Owners of Browning’s discontinued HP40 Hi-Power chambered in 40 S&W have an unusual but highly competent pistol in their hands.
Owners of the long-discontinued S&W 4013 generally like this compact 40’s performance — so much so that they tend to hang on to them. If you Google-search for the 4013 now, you’ll get back a lot of hits from owners who’ve been carrying the gun for 15 or so years, and though they’ve been tempted to sell their 4013 for a newer model, they just couldn’t pull the trigger. It is remarkable to see so few complaints about a gun that’s been discontinued.