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An ordinary smartphone with slow-motion capability will reveal flaws in your draw stroke you didn’t even know you had.

Improve Your Draw Stroke Through Slow-Motion Video

by Richard Nance

An ordinary smartphone with slow-motion capability will reveal flaws in your draw stroke you didn’t even know you had.

Well-known for leather, Galco’s ‘plastic’ rigs are just as good.

Kydex Holsters From Galco

by James Tarr

Well-known for leather, Galco’s Kydex holsters are just as good.

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M&P M2.0 Compact Pistol Series to Include .45 Auto

by Handguns Online Staff

Smith & Wesson Corp. announced the expansion of its line of popular M&P semi-automatic polymer pistols to include a M&P M2.0 Compact pistol, chambered in .45 Auto.

Cold weather garments present obstacles in both drawing and firing, and gloves add another potential hurdle.

Cold Weather Carry

by Richard Nance

Cold weather garments present obstacles in both drawing and firing, and gloves add another potential hurdle.

MGM Target’s Steel Challenge plate rack is an affordable and fun way to train. It ships in a metal bucket with six hexagonal unpainted plates (Rupp did his in gray) and hangers plus two end brackets that accommodate 2x4s.

Get Your Very Own Plate Rack

by J. Scott Rupp

MGM Target’s Steel Challenge plate rack is an affordable and fun way to train.

Not all holsters are created equal. Aside from the safety/retention aspect, it’s important to consider your daily activities, surroundings and preferred way of dressing to select the rig that’s right for you.

Holster Shopping for Women

by Handguns Online Staff

Not all holsters are created equal. Aside from the safety/retention aspect, it’s important to consider your daily activities, surroundings and preferred way of dressing to select the rig that’s right for you.

Smith & Wesson’s Heavy Duty revolver and its .38-44 cartridge are important pieces of American firearms history.

The S&W Heavy Duty Revolver And Its .38-44 Cartridge

by Bob Campbell

Smith & Wesson’s Heavy Duty revolver and its .38-44 cartridge are important pieces of American firearms history.

The Super Blackhawk was introduced in 1973 and touted as being one of the world’s truly great handguns.

Handgun Beauties: Ruger Super Blackhawk

by Stan Trzoniec

The Super Blackhawk was introduced in 1973 and touted as being one of the world’s truly great handguns.

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Now on the Newsstands: Handguns October/November Issue 2018

by Handguns Online Staff

Our Handguns October/November issue will be on newsstands from August 21st.

The company’s J-frame Airweight series dates back to the 1950s when these guns—chambered first to .38 Special—were built from aluminum frames and cylinders.

Review: Smith & Wesson Model 360 Airweight

by J. Scott Rupp

The company’s J-frame Airweight series dates back to the 1950s when these guns—chambered first to .38 Special—were built from aluminum frames and cylinders.

If you just want to buy a Glock that is ready to go right out of the box, the Gen 5 with its improved trigger pull, integral mag well, and AmeriGlo Bold sights is the closest thing to perfection Glock has ever made.

Review: Glock Gen 5 G19

by James Tarr

If you just want to buy a Glock that is ready to go right out of the box, the Gen 5 with its improved trigger pull, integral mag well, and AmeriGlo Bold sights is the closest thing to perfection Glock has ever made.

Rock River’s Basic Limited 1911 is a finely crafted gun that’s also a solid shooter.

Review: Rock River Arms Basic Limited

by Handguns Online Staff

Rock River’s Basic Limited 1911 is a finely crafted gun that’s also a solid shooter.

Ed Brown’s new LS10 is a standout in the growing field of long-slide 10mm handguns.

Review: Ed Brown LS10

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Ed Brown’s new LS10 is a standout in the growing field of long-slide 10mm handguns.

The five-inch 686 (l.) holds seven shots and is cut for moon clips while the four-incher (r.) is a six-shot gun that is loaded conventionally.

Review: Smith & Wesson Performance Center 686

by Patrick Sweeney

Basically, if you prefer a revolver for everyday carry, the Performance Center 686s have you covered.

The VP9SK’s three sizes of backstraps and side-panel pairs allow you to completely customize the grip to fit your hand.

Review: Heckler & Koch VP9SK

by Patrick Sweeney

HK shrinks its excellent VP9 pistol to subcompact size. Meet the VP9SK.

The Streamlight TLR-6 is a combination light/laser designed to fit dozens of compact and subcompact handguns, including 1911s without frame rails.

Review: Streamlight TLR-6

by James Tarr

The Streamlight TLR-6 is a combination light/laser designed to fit dozens of compact and subcompact handguns, including 1911s without frame rails.

M&P 45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser, chambered in .45 Auto.

M&P Shield M2.0 with Integrated Crimson Trace Laser Now Available in .45 Auto

by Handguns Online Staff

The M&P45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser delivers all of the familiar M&P Shield pistol operating features.

As opposed to mashing a button, the Pepper Blaster II has rudimentary sights and a trigger, which makes it more instinctive for a shooter to use.

Self Defense: Kimber’s Pepper Blaster II

by Richard Nance

Kimber’s Pepper Blaster II is a great less-lethal alternative.

Pop Packs are filled with environmentally safe, water-soluble gel, and they explode when hit. With their different colors, numbers and shapes, they’re great for target-decision drills—and they’re a whole lot of fun.

Bring Some Pop Packs To The Range

by Richard Nance

If you’re looking to add an element of fun to your next range day, consider these pop packs.

MTM Case-Gard Pistol Rest

MTM Case-Gard Pistol Rest

by J. Scott Rupp

MTM Case-Gard’s pistol rest ($20) is a molded-plastic platform with a broad, adjustable plastic fork covered in rubber.