Springfield XDM Elite 10mm: SA Compact OSP With More Horsepower

The Springfield XDM Elite 10mm is a compact handgun chambered in 10 mm Auto, available with or without an RDS (the latter is optic-ready).

Battle of the Compact Pistols: P320C vs. Glock 19 Vs. CZ P-10C

Compact pistols are the Goldilocks of pistol sizes. These pistols kill it in sales, but which is the best? Let's compare three crowd favorites.

Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 3.8″ Compact OSP

Available as basic package or with a HEX Dragonfly reflex red dot, the new Springfield XDM Elite 3.8" Compact OSP has an already impressive capacity at 14+1, but with the removable magwell, the capacity can be increased to 19+1.

Walther PDP Compact Holsters: Tenicor Velo4 and Certum3 now available

Tenicor is now shipping concealed carry holsters for the Walther PDP Compact: the Velo 4 AIWB holster and Certum 3 IWB holster. 

Beretta’s Dark Horse–The APX Compact

Good 9mms are hard to find these days. What about the Beretta APX? How does it stack up? Pretty well, actually.

Best Bang for your EDC Buck? The Taurus G2c

The Taurus G2c is a lot of gun for the money. If you're looking for a functional 9mm that is purpose build for budget EDC, this is a solid choice.

3 Solid XD Compact .45 ACP Magazine Options

Got an XD Compact in .45 ACP? Here are three solid factory magazine options, whether you need to replace your originals or add to your backups.

Blackhawk Adds New T-Series L2C Compact Holster

The T-Series L2C Holster was designed with concealment in mind, which is why Blackhawk included a speed cut. They tell us it not only helps present a low-profile design, but it helps speed up your draw, and it’s RMR compatible.

Springfield Armory’s New Ronin Operator 4.25″ 1911

Back in January Springfield Armory introduced its full-sized GI-length Ronin Operator. Now the company also offers a new compact model in 9mm and .45 ACP.

Why the Internet is Wrong about the Glock 19X | Video

<p>The GLOCK 19X is the latest take on the venerable 9mm from the company that has, for decades, practically owned the caliber. The GLOCK 19 and the GLOCK 17 set the bar for everything else. And now the two are crossed together in the 19 Crossover.</p>

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