Remington enters the striker-fired pistol market with the full-size RP9.
Walther’s new Creed has a terrific double-action trigger and sells for less than $400.
The new Desert Eagle L5 .357 Magnum bears the unmistakable profile of its predecessors in a leaner, lighter package.
Springfield’s new EMP 4 Concealed Carry Contour version is the carry 1911 you’ve been waiting for.
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.
I know a lot of savvy gun people who are big fans of CZ pistols, but they focus on the… more »
In 2011 Walther introduced the PPQ (Polizei Pistole Quick Defense). An update of the P99, the Walther PPQ featured a… more »
Impressed with the German Walther P38s encountered during the Second World War, military thinkers were already leaning towards the trend… more »
It seems that shooters worldwide have an appreciation for polymer-frame pistols, and regardless of how many models are on the… more »
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