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Review: Lionheart LH9 MKII

by Jim Grant 0

Impressed with the German Walther P38s encountered during the Second World War, military thinkers were already leaning towards the trend… more »

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Diamondback DB FS Nine Review

by Paul Scarlata 0

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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SIG Sauer P320 Review

by James Tarr 0

The announcement of the SIG Sauer P320, ironically was what made me realize that—in an era where everybody is jumping on… more »

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First Look: Nighthawk Custom Hi Power

by Evan Brune 0

Nighthawk Custom, known for its work in custom 1911s, decided to add another classic John Browning design to its lineup: the… more »

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The People’s Pistol: HK VP9 Review

by James Tarr 0

The HK VP9 is one of the newest polymer-framed striker-fired pistols from Heckler & Koch. Heckler & Koch (pronounced “coke,” if… more »

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Review: HK USP 9 Tactical

by Jim Grant 0

Heckler & Koch was ‘tacti-cool’ before the word existed, and the company’s gotten even cooler with the HK USP 9… more »

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Review: Walther PPQ M2 in .45 ACP

by James Tarr 7

For the first time in its history, Walther is introducing a pistol chambered in .45 ACP: the PPQ M2 45. PPQ… more »

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Lone Wolf Distributors vs. Glock 17

by Jim Grant 5

  With the unparalleled success of Glock’s namesake polymer-framed pistol, it was inevitable that imitators would try to dethrone it…. more »

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Polymer Pistol Showdown: Glock 17 vs. Canik TP9SA

by Jim Grant 19

Calling the Glock “successful is like referring to Bill Gates as “well off.” The Glock is carried by millions of… more »

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Taurus Curve Review

by James Tarr 2

Once or twice a year when a company wants to show off a new product to gun writers but still… more »

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