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The problem with the .45 ACP for self-defense isn’t the cartridge, but the pistols it is in. It’s a big cartridge and requires a big pistol. Even the most compact .45s are still kind of big, and the smallest are harder to shoot as a result.
Given their ease of use and potent ammunition selection, revolvers are still shooting strong after all these years.
The Security-9 revives Ruger's Security line of handguns, but this time as an economical semi-automatic pistol.
In a time of semi-auto dominance, revolvers — and the cartridges they shoot — are far from irrelevant.
There are plenty of proponents and detractors of AIWB (Appendix Inside the Waistband) carry, but who is right when it comes to this controversial method?
Springfield Armory has introduced its smallest pistol to date in the 1911-style 911 .380.
Offering a high-capacity magazine and enough velocity to expand bullets, you’ll find more high-tech 9mm ammo, from more makers, than any other cartridge.
Groundbreaking study compares red dot sights with conventional iron sights, green-dot laser sights, and slide-mounted red-dot sights with and without backup iron sights (BUIS) on the pistols. Which sights are best for concealed carry?
Nighthawk Custom’s T4 is an elegant work of art, but it’s also a fine pistol that serves equally well in defense of life.

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