Walther has retained the long history of innovation while ushering in a completely new era of firearms. Sure, it still faithfully produces those great symbols of Bond 007 spycraft and have even expanded that line with new entries, but the new Walther pistol designs have rightly captured a lot of attention.
Posts Tagged ‘9mm Handguns’
Wilson Combat has started 2017 with a bang! by releasing four new handguns for 2017. With the introduction of EDC 9 Professional, EDC 9 Compact, CQB Commander Compact, and Ultralight Carry Commander Compact, all you have to do is figure out which model want—first…
A few weeks ago, I was able to test and evaluate the Arex Rex Zero 9mm handgun. The results were good as the pistol has proven reliable with every load, more accurate than expected, and ergonomically pleasing.
Honor Defense announces new models of the popular Honor Guard line. Long Slide versions with and without a Manual Thumb Safety are now available and in stock.
Based on the time-tested and proven reliability of the CZ-75 pistol, the IWI Jericho 941 FS handgun is sure to offer the shooter years and years of service. Using the popular and widely available 9mm Luger chambering, this double-action recoil-operated handgun has a 16-round capacity, slim polymer stocks and a steel frame for low recoil and easy handling. In this video, American Rifleman‘s Chris Olsen walks you through the operation and servicing of this terrific pistol.
Where does the IWI Jericho 941 FS in your top handguns? Share your answer in the comment section.
Just when you think you have seen it all, someone manages to clone a popular handgun and make it even better. The AREX Rex Zero 1 9mm is an interesting handgun that has proven reliable, accurate, and ergonomic.
The Honor Defense Honor Guard 9mm handgun is a rule beater. All American, even down to domestic steel, the Honor Guard 9mm isn’t a cheap handgun made to undersell the competition.
Walther’s CCP has generated a lot of attention. Light, attractive, and with the Walther name, the pistol was designed to compete with the Glock 43 9mm and similar size handguns for personal defense.
There are pistols so overlooked it boggles the mind. The Czech CZ pistols (Ceska Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod) have appeal to professionals the world over.
In a world awash with mediocre handguns, a pistol with reliability, accuracy, and good features at a fair price is a desirable commodity. The Canik TP9SA exemplifies this concept.
Ruger is an old line maker that has offered quality products at a fair price for more than 68 years. Although Ruger was late getting into the 1911 market, it introduced a short slide 1911 handgun, the SR1911 that has earned an excellent reputation for reliability, accuracy, and value.
I know there are a lot of fans of the 9mm—particularly after the FBI switched back to the 9mm and a ton of police departments followed suit. On the other hand, the .45 ACP has it followers led by the champions of the 1911. The solution? How about a purpose built 1911 for the 9mm. It’s sacrilege to some and perfection to others, but how it performs is all that really counts.
When it comes to firearms pride, ego and emotional investment seem to take precedence over calm detachment among many shooters. Cold and pragmatic aren’t in the cards. Some make statements with enough conceit to honor a Democratic caucus with enough leftover to feed a small town council room. My educated and well-trained self isn’t immune to such leanings.
Just the name, Arex Rex, conjures images of something prehistoric and capable of stomping you between its toes just to be more merciful than swallowing you whole. However, the new Arex Rex Zero 1 is anything but prehistoric. That being said, if it looks a bit familiar to you, you are not alone.
Most often, new shooters are introduced to the sport on .22 LR pistols for good reason. They have a low recoil, light Bang!, and offer an easy initial introduction. But what about a “first gun” for new shooters or those who have shot before, but are not familiar with the latest models? Perhaps you have a need for a home defense pistol or carry gun without time to go through the motions of learning on a .22 LR for personal reasons. Fear not, we have a few of our top picks to get you started. There will be plenty of dissension and additions to the list, but here are 7 pistols perfect for any new or experienced shooter.
When choosing a handgun, some draft or resolution that is approved by a committee of one should be followed. Some choose the pistol based on appearance; others seek a plenum of truth and search for answers as to pedigree, performance, and reliability.
No, this is not a 9mm versus .45 ACP debate. The 9mm has already won; perhaps you are the last to know it, though.
When the United States Army adopted the Beretta M9, it was quite a surprise to many of us. The apple cart wasn’t upset; it was wrecked.