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The Vedder IWB holster is simple. The steel belt clip can be moved half an inch up or down, and by loosening a tension screw it can pivot 30 degrees. You can get a 1.5-inch belt clip (mounted) and/or a 1.75-inch belt clip.

The Vedder Lighttuck IWB Holster

by James Tarr

Vedder’s LightTuck IWB holster gets it right.

A proper stance has you leaning into the gun, body square to the target and arms straight.

Shooting a Handgun – Stance Matters

by Handguns Online Staff

Good stance capitalizes on posture and joints to minimize the effects of recoil.

HandgunSkillDrill

Handgun Skill Drill: Four Pair

by J. Scott Rupp

J. Scott Rupp examines a handgun drill that is helpful for working on sight tracking, target transitions and reloading at the same time.

A novel piece of firearms engineering that turned the 1911 into a double-action/single-action pistol.

Turning The 1911 Into A Double Action Pistol

by Bob Campbell

A novel piece of firearms engineering that turned the 1911 into a double-action/single-action pistol.

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Take Pistols To The Range With MTM Handgun Cases

by Handguns Online Staff

MTM announces their new line of Tactical Pistol Cases for 2018.

The P320 Nitron Carry is one of the approved pistols for the Chicago Police Department.

Chicago Police Department adds SIG SAUER P320 as an Authorized Duty Pistol

by Handguns Online Staff

The Chicago Police Department is the second largest police department in the United States with over 13,000 sworn officers.

Inland MFG. 1911A1 Government

Review: Inland MFG. 1911A1 Government

by James Tarr

James Tarr reviews the Inland MFG. 1911A1 Government.

Getting your gun back into its holster is an important skill.

How to Safely Holster Your Firearm

by Richard Nance

Getting your gun back into its holster is an important skill.

FN America’s NEW 509 pistol combines modern styling with a century-long history of military firearms production.

Review: FN America’s 509

by Brad Fitzpatrick

FN America’s NEW 509 pistol combines modern styling with a century-long history of military firearms production.

IMR Target Smokeless Powder

Reloading: IMR Target

by J. Scott Rupp

J. Scott Rupp tests the IMR Target powder.

Rock Island Armory Baby Rock 1911

Review: Rock Island Armory Baby Rock

by James Tarr

Editor James Tarr reviews Rock Island Armory’s .380 ACP 1911; the Baby Rock.

A fistful of drills to enhance your pistol skills.

Five Drills To Enhance Your Pistol Skills

by Richard Nance

A fistful of five drills to enhance your pistol skills.

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Performance Center’s New T/C Long Range Rifle

by Handguns Online Staff

Performance Center and Thompson/Center Arms announced the launch of a new bolt-action, chassis-style rifle – the Performance Center T/C Long Range Rifle.

SIG-P229-SAO

SIG SAUER Introduces P229 SAO Pistol to Legion Series

by Handguns Online Staff

SIG SAUER, Inc. introduced the P229 SAO pistol as the newest addition to its Legion Series of firearms.

M&Pcompact

M&P M2.0 Compact Pistol Series Now Available with 3.6″ Barrel

by Handguns Online Staff

Smith & Wesson Corp. today announced that it has added a short-barreled version of it’s M&P M2.0 Compact pistol series.

The TOR Mini Laser

New Pistol-Aiming Laser From Steiner

by Handguns Online Staff

Steiner eOptics now offers two new pistol-aiming lasers– the TOR Micro and TOR Mini.

Kahr’s CT380 gets an updated grip and a new Cerakote finish, making a great carry gun even better.

Review: Kahr Arms CT380 Tungsten

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Kahr’s CT380 gets an updated grip and a new Cerakote finish, making a great carry gun even better.

handguns junejuly

Now on the Newsstands: Handguns June/July Issue 2018 Issue

by Handguns Online Staff

Check out the latest issue of Handguns to get the latest news from the firearms industry.

The Colt Cobra

Review: Colt Cobra

by Handguns Online Staff

With the reintroduced Cobra, Colt hopes to sink its fangs into the concealed-carry revolver market.

9mm-vs-10mm

Cameras Don’t Lie: 9mm vs 10mm

by Handguns Online Staff

James Tarr and Patrick Sweeney look at the difference between 9 mm and 10 mm handguns when they are fired.