How many 1911 fans started off with one of these? I'm taking another look at my GI 1911 after more than 13 years of constant use.
Looking for the best value 9mm PCC? Check out what Garand Thumb says about the Stribog: about a third of the price of a B&T APC9, but not a cheap knockoff.
The "Deagle" (Desert Eagle) is big. Very big. That is the raison d'etre of the pistol. But despite pushing .50 AE rounds, it isn't the most powerful handgun around. So what's the appeal of this behemoth?
There are many factors that influence how well a firearm with perform. When you add a human to the equation, problems with accuracy can be even harder to diagnose. If you miss the target, is it really the gun's fault?
After a decade of useful feedback, Smith has produced a refined pistol that offers nuanced performance: The M&P 2.0 . Check out our review.
There are numerous rimfire pistols on the market. While Smith & Wesson isn't new to the game, they haven't focused on these .22s the way some companies have. That seems to be changing. Their new Victory is worth a look.
While pistol aficionados were debating the merits of the 9mm and the .45 ACP, FN offered up something smaller, and much faster. The 5.7x28mm, for those who haven't shot the tiny round, completely different. And it has its uses.
There are many types of 1911s, and they're sometimes difficult to tell apart (at least from the outside). Springfield Armory's TRP is one of the best production 1911s available. What makes it so good? That's going to be a long list.