Kimber’s new Micro 9 strikes a balance between the portability of a compact and big-gun effectiveness.
Unlike its beloved predecessors, Ruger’s new Mark IV .22 pistol is a breeze to disassemble.
Smith & Wesson’s M& P pistols are considered by many to be best in class, and now they’re even better with the new 2.0 version.
Now Blackhawk has gone old school and introduced a new line of leather holsters in its CQC holster line.
Products that will keep your handguns out of the wrong hands at home and on the road.
DoubleStar’s New PhD 1911 has much to commend it as a 1911 for defense-minded shooters.
A new user configurable holster from High Threat Concealment.
The CZ’S Urban Grey Lineup takes some already great pistols to a whole new level and they are suppressor ready right out of the box.
Significant examples of the variety of pocket pistols and revolvers you can find in gun stores today.
Eliphalet Remington’s world initially revolved around flintlock rifles at the time, and while early versions of the basic semiautomatic platform… more
In 1913 John D. Pedersen began working on a new autoloading pocket pistol. He filed for a basic patent on… more