The new face of Walther is far more than just a legacy of James Bond’s Walther PPK but a company offering real innovation. The company has leapt into cutting edge designs, which some gun buyers get right away like the fabulous little PPS M1 and M2. Other designs are a bit tougher to understand for the seasoned shooter… that is until they handle them.
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Reader ‘Lee’ writes, “…Why not create an unbiased list of firearms instead of a thinly veiled attempt at trying to sell something?” and ‘Papasan 173’ responds, “Why not go to an unbiased authorized list of guns? Oh yeah! There isn’t one. Don’t come to a gun dealer’s newsletter and complain because they are trying to sell guns.”
Ruger hit the nail on the head for .45 ACP 1911 owners. Lustful, full-sized 1911 desires aside, the next gun on every .45 ACP owner’s list is the easier to carry, lighter weight, Commander-length pistol and again Ruger has answered the call with the all-stainless SR1911 Commander and now a Lightweight alloy-framed version of its hugely popular SR1911.
I came to the Kel Tec PMR-30 in a different manner than I would have thought. My experience with the CMR-30 carbine solidified my confidence in the company and gave me an appreciation of the .22 Magnum self loader. When I had the chance to obtain a PMR-30 pistol, I did not hesitate—and you shouldn’t either!
A few years ago, Heckler and Koch introduced a new handgun design in hopes of achieving a military contract. The HK45 is a viable pistol for use by the Special Operation Command (SOCOM) or any military entity. The HK45 builds upon HK’s slide-to-frame design that features more contact between the frame and slide than most polymer frame pistols resulting in greater rigidity and greater accuracy potential.
One of the inevitabilities, and greatest aspects of our sport, is the accumulation of gear and accessories. Somewhere, deep down inside each of us, is a little devilish voice convincing us to get more stuff. I’ll be the first to admit it; I indulge that little voice often and without apology.
I’ve owned a Springfield XD for nearly 11 years, and it’s a pretty decent handgun. But, like most firearms, it has its own little shortcomings
A reliable handgun at a fair price requires research and understanding of the manufacturing process in order to obtain the correct handgun for your needs.
Springfield gained a great deal of experience in fitting frame slides and barrels during the past three decades. As a result,
A guest post written by Annette Doerr.
I’ve had my Springfield XD-9 for about 3 years now. I’m a huge fan
The Colt 1911 Government Model served law enforcement well for many decades. The only legitimate complaint concerning the 1911 was
The Glock pistol is now over 30 years old. Those that grew up in the past few decades may not realize how sensational the Glock pistol was
Should I sell my gun?
Three years ago, I was asking this tough question about a particular gun I had purchased for concealed carry.
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I have been surprised at the popularity of the Glock 19 9mm versus that of the Glock 23 .40S&W among civilian shooters.
When addressing the number of 1911 handguns on the market, many of us continue to be surprised at the introduction
Excellent ergonomics and performance do not always equate with affordability. The Kahr CW40 is an exception. There are corners cut when