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Review: DoubleStar PhD

by James Tarr

DoubleStar’s New PhD 1911 has much to commend it as a 1911 for defense-minded shooters.


Review: High Threat EVOlution

by James Tarr

A new user configurable holster from High Threat Concealment.


Review: CZ Urban Grey

by Patrick Sweeney

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.


Sometimes the best things come in small packages.

by J. Scott Rupp

Significant examples of the variety of pocket pistols and revolvers you can find in gun stores today.


Handguns 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

by Brad Fitzpatrick

After a record year of gun sales that saw many Americans purchasing their first firearm ever there’s a good chance… more »


Smith & Wesson’s Ported M&P Shield in 9mm and .40

by Joseph von Benedikt

Smith & Wesson’s new version of the incredibly popular M&P Shield pistol offers three improvements on the existing model. The… more »


Remington Timeline: 2011 – R1 Pistol Is Introduced

by Handguns Online Staff

Eliphalet Remington’s world initially revolved around flintlock rifles at the time, and while early versions of the basic semiautomatic platform… more »


Remington Timeline: 1918 – Model 51 Autoloading Pistol

by Handguns Online Staff

In 1913 John D. Pedersen began working on a new autoloading pocket pistol. He filed for a basic patent on… more »


Remington Timeline: 1858 – Beals Revolver

by Handguns Online Staff

In 1858 Beals invented and patented a spur-trigger, single-action, percussion revolver. The unique feature of this pistol was the manner… more »


Review: SIG Sauer Emperor Scorpion 1911

by Patrick Sweeney

There are a lot of things you don’t mess with in nature. One is the scorpion, and ranking among the… more »


6 Essential Elements of Concealed Carry

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Over the last decade, the number of individuals obtaining a concealed carry permit has skyrocketed, and that’s a good thing…. more »


LaserMax Spartan Light & Laser Review

by Fred Mastison

It’s 3 a.m., and you are startled awake by the sound of breaking glass. You sit straight up and realize… more »


Red Hot: American Eagle Syntech Review

by J. Scott Rupp

Federal Premium has introduced what could be a game-changer in range ammo with its new Syntech, which is sold under the… more »


Review: Ruger LCRx Revolver

by Stan Trzoniec

We have a lot to thank Bill Ruger for. He was an innovator, and his products still reign today in… more »


The Legend of Super Vel Ammo

by Patrick Sweeney

Modern bullets work so marvelously well that, in an earlier age, they’d be considered magic. Until the early 1970s, you… more »


SIG Sauer Mosquito Review

by Stan Trzoniec

It’s nice to see a semiautomatic that mimics its full-size counterpart. Placing the SIG Sauer Mosquito alongside a P226, it’s… more »


Carrying a Pocket Pistol

by Richard Nance

Any gun is better than no gun. Such is the premise of carrying a pocket pistol. After all, if you… more »


Walther CCP 9mm Review

by James Tarr

There is no doubt the CCP (Concealed Carry Pistol) is a Walther. Current Walther handguns have a distinct look to… more »


CZ P07 Review

by James Tarr

I know a lot of savvy gun people who are big fans of CZ pistols, but they focus on the… more »


Reloading Techniques for Your Handgun

by Richard Nance

To the recreational shooter, reloading a handgun is not cause for great concern, but for the competitive or defensive handgunner,… more »