Choosing a handgun is a very personal decision. Cost, ergonomics, caliber, and use are all necessary factors and critical to the decision making process. Once you choose a handgun, you must train with it to maximize its advantages and minimize its shortcomings.
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Some say John Moses Browning was born with an angel whispering in his ear. The man had great status not only as a designer and inventor
An indispensable part of the handgunner’s battery is a good quality .22 caliber target gun. While there are many forms of competition that require
Recent events both at home and abroad have many Americans rethinking their everyday carry handgun choices. There’s an excellent chance
Some firearms might not be the best choice for the job at hand, but are always up to putting a smile on your face.
It’s easy to become dogmatic when it comes to our shooting techniques and gear. The Internet is in a constant state
Whether you’re seeking a new carry gun, a ranch toy or just a companion on your quest for that buck of a lifetime,
Continuing on with guns you MUST to shoot before you die, I feel like talking about handguns. There are
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
Modern ballistics and bullet construction make a case for the idea that the .45 ACP’s glory days are long gone,
I’d estimate that I’ve got right around 5,000 hours of experience carrying a Glock 19, almost all of it in the
The inexpensive handgun market is crowded and, by and large, you get what you pay for. The first consideration is reliability.
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.
MasterPiece Arms (MPA) is producing a limited edition MPA935DMG-LTD, the company’s new machined-grip Defender 9mm pistol. Only 100 of the mini-9 pistols will be produced,
Since the National Firearms Act (NFA) was passed in 1934, ownership of rifles with barrels shorter than 16 inches has necessitated extensive paperwork,
It’s a simple fact of life with firearms: Small guns are easier to carry and conceal than larger guns. However,
In an Aug. 17 letter to the editor in the Washington Post, Gabriele de Plano, vice president of marketing and