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Review: SIG Sauer Emperor Scorpion 1911

by Patrick Sweeney 0

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

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Review: Ruger LCRx Revolver

by Stan Trzoniec 0

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

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SIG Sauer Mosquito Review

by Stan Trzoniec 0

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

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Walther CCP 9mm Review

by James Tarr 0

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

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CZ P07 Review

by James Tarr 0

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

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Review: Ruger SP101 Novak

by Patrick Sweeney 0

This is the 21st century—the age of polymer pistols and digital apps, of cars with more computing power than NASA… more »

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Review: Walther PPQ M2 5-Inch

by Paul Scarlata 0

In 2011 Walther introduced the PPQ (Polizei Pistole Quick Defense). An update of the P99, the Walther PPQ featured a… more »

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First Look: Nighthawk/Korth Revolver Series

by Handguns Online Staff 0

At the 2016 NRA Show, Nighthawk Custom announced that it had teamed up with famed German gunmaker Korth to bring… more »

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Review: Smith and Wesson Model 66 Combat Magnum

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

In his 1977 book History of Smith & Wesson—considered by many to be the definitive work on the company—Roy Jinks… more »

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Ed Brown Special Forces Carry 1911 Review

by James Tarr 0

I recently examined reproductions of John Browning’s patent application drawings for what ultimately became the 1911 and was reminded that… more »

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