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Remington enters the striker-fired pistol market with the full-size RP9.Review: Remington RP9

Review: Remington RP9

Remington enters the striker-fired pistol market with the full-size RP9.

James Tarr

The new Desert Eagle L5 .357 Magnum bears the unmistakable profile of its predecessors in a leaner, lighter package.Review: Desert Eagle L5 .357

Review: Desert Eagle L5 .357

The new Desert Eagle L5 .357 Magnum bears the unmistakable profile of its predecessors in a

Brad Fitzpatrick

Walther's new Creed has a terrific double-action trigger and sells for less than $400.Review: Walther Creed

Review: Walther Creed

Walther's new Creed has a terrific double-action trigger and sells for less than $400.

James Tarr

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.Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0

Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0

Smith & Wesson's M& P pistols are considered by many to be best in class, and now

Patrick Sweeney

The CZ'S Urban Grey Lineup takes some already great pistols to a whole new level  and they are suppressor ready right out of the box.Review: CZ Urban Grey

Review: CZ Urban Grey

The CZ'S Urban Grey Lineup takes some already great pistols to a whole new level and they are

Patrick Sweeney


Photos by Michael Anschuetz

On a trip to the White House in 1942, Winston Churchill became soSmith & Wesson M&P45 Shield Review

Smith & Wesson M&P45 Shield Review

Photos by Michael Anschuetz On a trip to the White House in 1942, Winston Churchill

Brad Fitzpatrick

Smith & Wesson's new Ported M&P Shields in 9mm and .40 up the ante for concealed carry guns.Smith & Wesson's Ported M&P Shield in 9mm and .40

Smith & Wesson's Ported M&P Shield in 9mm and .40

Smith & Wesson's new Ported M&P Shields in 9mm and .40 up the ante for concealed carry guns.

Joseph von Benedikt

In 1913 John D. Pedersen began working on a new autoloading pocket pistol. He filed for a basicRemington Timeline: 1918 - Model 51 Autoloading Pistol

Remington Timeline: 1918 - Model 51 Autoloading Pistol

In 1913 John D. Pedersen began working on a new autoloading pocket pistol. He filed for a basic

Handguns Online Staff

The SIG Sauer Mosquito is a rimfire copy of SIG's popular P226. Take a look at our review to see what we thought of the gun.SIG Sauer Mosquito Review

SIG Sauer Mosquito Review

The SIG Sauer Mosquito is a rimfire copy of SIG's popular P226. Take a look at our review to

Stan Trzoniec

Many shooters are fans of the steel-framed CZ-75, but how does the polymer-framed CZ P07 stack up? James Tarr takes a look.CZ P07 Review

CZ P07 Review

Many shooters are fans of the steel-framed CZ-75, but how does the polymer-framed CZ P07 stack

James Tarr

Today's crop of quality combat pistols include a combination of designs that are more than a century old, as well as new models utilizing modern polymers.12 Best Combat Pistols Available Today

12 Best Combat Pistols Available Today

Today's crop of quality combat pistols include a combination of designs that are more than a

Brad Fitzpatrick

The Walther PPQ M2 5-inch is the long-slide version of Walther's popular quick-defense police pistol. Read our review here to see what we thought.Review: Walther PPQ M2 5-Inch

Review: Walther PPQ M2 5-Inch

The Walther PPQ M2 5-inch is the long-slide version of Walther's popular quick-defense police

Paul Scarlata

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