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Carrying a .22 for self-defense is not for everyone, but enough people go this route that Ruger made the decision to chamber its LCP II in .22 Long Rifle.Ruger LCP II .22LR: Tested

Ruger LCP II .22LR: Tested

Carrying a .22 for self-defense is not for everyone, but enough people go this route that

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With the liberalization of concealed carry laws in many states, the demand for small, lightweight,ATI FX45 Fatboy LW Review

ATI FX45 Fatboy LW Review

With the liberalization of concealed carry laws in many states, the demand for small,

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In 2007, Ruger introduced the SR9. In addition to being Ruger's first striker-fired handgun,Ruger's SR Grows Up: Ruger SR45 Review

Ruger's SR Grows Up: Ruger SR45 Review

In 2007, Ruger introduced the SR9. In addition to being Ruger's first striker-fired handgun,

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I figure in my tenure as a gunsmith I worked on about 500 1911s, and as a writer I've certainlySmith & Wesson Performance Center 1911 Review

Smith & Wesson Performance Center 1911 Review

I figure in my tenure as a gunsmith I worked on about 500 1911s, and as a writer I've certainly

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Like many of my contemporaries, when polymer frame pistols first hit the market, I looked uponSnubbie Showdown: Comparing Polymer Revolvers

Snubbie Showdown: Comparing Polymer Revolvers

Like many of my contemporaries, when polymer frame pistols first hit the market, I looked upon

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If you have looked at more than one online video of someone running an AR or a 1911, chances areCosta Quality: Nighthawk Custom Costa Recon Review

Costa Quality: Nighthawk Custom Costa Recon Review

If you have looked at more than one online video of someone running an AR or a 1911, chances

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I still remember as a kid staring at the Colt catalog for hours and hours. I loved the blued steelPretty Little Pony: Colt Mustang Pocketlite Review

Pretty Little Pony: Colt Mustang Pocketlite Review

I still remember as a kid staring at the Colt catalog for hours and hours. I loved the blued

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When I first started carrying a gun, nothing less than a cocked-and-locked 1911 in .45 ACP wouldThe 9mm No-Name: Canik 55 TP9 Review

The 9mm No-Name: Canik 55 TP9 Review

When I first started carrying a gun, nothing less than a cocked-and-locked 1911 in .45 ACP

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Pistols designed for concealed carry are usually exercises in compromise. Barrels and grips areA Super Stinger: Les Baer Custom .38 Super Stinger Review

A Super Stinger: Les Baer Custom .38 Super Stinger Review

Pistols designed for concealed carry are usually exercises in compromise. Barrels and grips

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Gun writers occasionally get to go to fancy events where manufacturers spend lavish amounts ofThin Is In: Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Review

Thin Is In: Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Review

Gun writers occasionally get to go to fancy events where manufacturers spend lavish amounts of

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When I mentioned to my shooting partners and fellow lawmen that I was getting an Ed Brown .45 ACPKing Kobra: The Ed Brown Kobra Carry Lightweight Review

King Kobra: The Ed Brown Kobra Carry Lightweight Review

When I mentioned to my shooting partners and fellow lawmen that I was getting an Ed Brown .45

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I read an article some time ago, but I still come back to it repeatedly. It provides what RushThe NYPD and the Kahr K-9: No Substitute for Training

The NYPD and the Kahr K-9: No Substitute for Training

I read an article some time ago, but I still come back to it repeatedly. It provides what Rush

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