Could this be the Holy Grail? A concealed carry handgun that is “print-free” as well as comfortable in any position on the body?
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Don’t let the futuristic looks fool you, Beretta’s engineers put in the time to make the U22 Neos a top performer.
The Marines’ new M45 CQBP (Close-Quarters Battle Pistol) is based on Colt’s rail gun and is a “highly enhanced version of an already excellent combat weapon.” We take it on a test drive.
Israel doesn’t make junk. Our handgun expert tests the Baby Desert Eagle and finds it good. Read why.
Too often, we forget to have fun shooting. The Ruger Bearcat is a well-made revolver with much to recommend. It just may help you connect with the fun part of shooting. Check out this article for the details.
Even though smaller handguns may look easier to handle, the shorter barrels and lighter weights of pocket pistols actually make perceived recoil worse. Though full-sized semi-automatic handguns are more difficult to conceal for women, they make excellent home defense guns. Due to the full-sized, all-metal frame of the CZ 75, I can shoot incredibly accurately with it. In this article, I explore the merits of a full-sized 9mm pistol for home defense.
We all talk about a to go bag but how many of us manage to put the time and effort together to assemble the to go bag—and even then, have we covered all of the bases? The Taurus First 24 Series offers a credible choice.
Among the most impressive of the new generation of wonder 9 pistols is the Smith and Wesson M&P Shield, chambered for the 9mm Luger. Although a a variation on the Smith and Wesson Military and Police self-loading pistol, it differs considerably from the other M&P pistols. It is trim, lightweight and has a great fit in the hand.
The Taurus Judge is a pure defense revolver, lightweight, portable and versatile loads. Read the post for load recommendations and more details.
Glock gave us the model 23 in 1990—an incredibly significant year in the firearms industry. First, was the introduction of the .40 S&W caliber. Collaboration between Smith & Wesson and Winchester, gave the world a 185-grain bullet that flies over 1,000 feet per second—a cartridge with nearly perfect balance of weight, mass, firepower, and consistent energy transfer. The FBI needed a gun to fit the new round and Glock answered the call with the models 22 and 23. The Glock 22 is full-sized, while the 23 is the compact model. Inspired by the Glock 19, the Glock 23 shares the same specifications as the iconic 19, except for the difference in caliber.