How does mixing new and used brass affect consistency at the firing range?
Jessica Nyberg and James Tarr discuss draw techniques when it comes to concealed carry.
Nance lays out best practices for clearing malfunctions in a semiautomatic – skills that could mean the difference between life and death.
The latest addition to Smith & Wesson’s Combat Magnum family is a .44 Mag. with a 2.75-inch barrel.
With the Springfield Armory XD-E, Springfield is betting a DA/SA pistol with exposed hammer will be a hit.
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.
The Kimber Camp Guard 10 is insurance against dangerous predators—whether they come on four legs or two.
In personal and home-defense situations, verbal skills can be important. But don’t assume yelling forceful commands is always the answer.
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.
It took the company while to introduce the Beretta APX pistol. Do good things come to those who wait?
Often for women, and occasionally for men, finding a handgun that fits well can prove challenging.
Can you make a long shot just in case? What does it take, and how do you train for it?
The Model 28 was the bare bone version of the Model 27 which came out in 1935.
There is no shortage of essential upgrades available for the SIG P320 and with more to come.
The iconic 1911 maker rolls into the revolver business with their K6sS DCR.
Normal wear and tear can turn your handgun into a slow one-shooter.
Wilson Combat’s new EDC X9 represents the Holy Grail for 1911 fans: a high-capacity gun with all the right proportions.
The Hunter Model is offered in .44 Magnum and a Davidson’s Gallery of Guns exclusive chambered to .41 Magnum.
Pearl Hart was your average Arizona citizen—who just happened to like to hold up stagecoaches.
Fans of the 1911 will love the Ed Brown Signature Edition .45 1911