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In the time of the single-stack, striker-fired 9mm pistol, we review two of the guns that started—and still maintain—the paradigm. Work as a gun writer...

With public interest in concealed carry at an all-time high, it’s not surprising that firearms manufacturers are focusing on this fast-growing segment of the...

At a feathery 23 ounces, this .22 auto pistol now sports a rail and blue shark-gill shroud. And it shoots! Seventy years ago, William Batterman...

A ROBAR and Vang Comp Systems combine forces to create a fighting-shotgun masterpiece It’s an indisputable fact that the Remington 870 is the most popular...

When Springfield Armory brought out their Range Officer, a high-end, production-quality pistol with BoMar-like adjustable sights and a Parkerized finish to lower production costs,...

Two years ago we reviewed and tested the AUG A3 SA USA from Steyr Arms. I liked the gun so much that I bought...

Dead-on at any distance with trajectory-matched dials that make hold-over obsolete. Burris Optics of Greeley, Colorado, has distinguished itself with new branding and a flood...

Sig Sauer has been producing polymer-frame pistols since the introduction of its double-action/single-action SigPro (SP 2340) in 1998, which has evolved into the current-production...

In a cruel twist of fate, important scope features like multi-coated lenses now appear on low-tier as well as top-end optics. The cheaper scopes...

The .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire (“WMR”) cartridge was introduced by Winchester in 1959 as a longer and more powerful replacement for the Victorian-era .22...

1970: Heckler & Koch debuts the first polymer-frame, striker-fired 9mm pistol by taking the shoulder stock and selective fire control mechanism off their VP70 machine...