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Ed Brown’s new compact combines an Officer’s frame with a Commander slide to create an ideal carry 9mm 1911.

Review: Ed Brown Compact

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Ed Brown’s new compact combines an Officer’s frame with a Commander slide to create an ideal carry 9mm 1911.

In one-handed retention fire, the elbow goes high and the thumb is indexed against the nipple. Shots will go low, potentially hitting an assailant’s pelvis.

When You Can’t Use Your Sights, Aim With Your Body

by Richard Nance

In this article, Richard Nance examines multiple shooting positions for when an assailant is close enough to reach your gun and you can’t use your sights.


LaserMax’s CenterFire Features New Gripsense Technology

by James Tarr

The CenterFire is a new combination light/laser unit for compact handguns from LaserMax, with new GripSense activation technology, first available on this model.

Ruger’s GP 100 .44 Special is right at home in the Predator Pancake from Wright Leather Works. A stiffening strap at the top ensures the holster stays open.

The Wright Holster

by Handguns Online Staff

All are made at Wright’s Fremont, Ohio, facility, and all Wright holsters are constructed from 100- percent domestic steer hide that’s tanned in the U.S.


Colt Police Positive – Still on Target

by Bob Campbell

The Colt Police Positive Target .22 is one of the most well-balanced rimfire revolvers you’ll ever shoot.


Tactical Tip: Appendix Carry Advantages

by Richard Nance

Richard Nance covers the finer points when it comes to Appendix carry in this Tactical Tip.


Tactical Tip: One-Handed Shooting

by Richard Nance

Richard Nance demonstrates training techniques to improve your one-handed shooting skills.


Reloading: How Much Does New Brass Versus Fired Brass Matter?

by Patrick Sweeney

How does mixing new and used brass affect consistency at the firing range?


Drawing Techniques for Concealed Carry

by James Tarr

Jessica Nyberg and James Tarr discuss draw techniques when it comes to concealed carry.


Handgun Malfunction – Getting Out Of A Jam

by Richard Nance

Nance lays out best practices for clearing malfunctions in a semiautomatic – skills that could mean the difference between life and death.


Review S&W Model 69 Combat Magnum

by Brad Fitzpatrick

The latest addition to Smith & Wesson’s Combat Magnum family is a .44 Mag. with a 2.75-inch barrel.


Review: Springfield Armory XD-E

by James Tarr

With the Springfield Armory XD-E, Springfield is betting a DA/SA pistol with exposed hammer will be a hit.


Webley Handguns

by Handguns Online Staff

Webley handguns were modified to shoot the ACP cartridge, but if you have an original unmodified Webley in .455, the latter (r.) can be purchased or made.


Review: Kimber Camp Guard 10

by Brad Fitzpatrick

The Kimber Camp Guard 10 is insurance against dangerous predators—whether they come on four legs or two.


Verbal Skills During An Armed Encounter

by Richard Nance

In personal and home-defense situations, verbal skills can be important. But don’t assume yelling forceful commands is always the answer.


Review: CZ-USA P-10C

by James Tarr

CZ-USA’s first striker-fired pistol, the P-10, is a logical extension of the company’s lineup. Oh, and it has the best trigger on the market.


Review: Beretta APX

by James Tarr

It took the company while to introduce the Beretta APX pistol. Do good things come to those who wait?


Handgun Fit

by Handguns Online Staff

Often for women, and occasionally for men, finding a handgun that fits well can prove challenging.


Tips For Stretching The Range Of Your Handgun

by Handguns Online Staff

Can you make a long shot just in case? What does it take, and how do you train for it?


Beauty From The Past: S&W Highway Patrolman

by Stan Trzoniec

The Model 28 was the bare bone version of the Model 27 which came out in 1935.