Scott Rupp reviews the Taurus 856 Defender, a fine revolver with a variety of enjoyable features.
Small, compact semi-auto pistols are popular with concealed-carry firearm buyers, and these two models – the KelTec PF9 9mm and the Ruger LCP II .22LR – are no exceptions. They are effective for personal protection but only if you put in the time to practice.
Once left for dead, the 10mm Auto cartridge is going gangbusters today. The resurgence started in the 1911 platform, and the round is now moving into striker-fired guns. But wheelgunners
aren't being left behind, thanks to Smith & Wesson's Model 610.
Handguns editor Scott Rupp fires some Federal Punch .380 defensive handgun ammo into ballistics gel the range for a performance test run.
The Hardball's Headache pistol drill is very similar to the El Presidente drill with a higher level of difficulty due to two added twists.
Taurus introduces the compact version of their wildly successful 9mm pistol; the G3.
The Kodiak is a long slide 1911-style semi-auto complete with 6-inch bull barrels and chambered in 10mm.
The Walther CCP M2 in .380 is one of the great all-around defensive pistols on the market, and the fact that it is so easy to operate and shoot makes it a great all-around gun for just about anybody.
Handguns editor J. Scott Rupp reviews the new Smith & Wesson M&P380 Shield EZ with laser.
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