The second generation M&P M2.0 takes Smith & Wesson’s classic pistol to the next level with ergonomic and performance upgrades.
Remington’s new RP9 is the American manufacturer’s first full-size striker-fired handgun, and it’s got a lot to offer in a price-friendly package.
The past year has been good for the development of several excellent semi-auto pistols. Here’s our look at a few of the best new semi-autos brought out within the last year or so.
The new Walther PPS M2 carries on the legacy of its predecessor and offers the concealed carry masses a comfortable, effective option.
Editor in Chief Eric Conn ventures out to the Arizona desert to shoot some Ruger firearms and drive some Yamaha utility vehicles.
The second generation of the Remington R51 addresses the issues with the previous model and is an excellent choice for concealed carry.
The Ruger LCR in .327 Federal Magnum offers a lot of firepower in a relatively small revolver that's well suited for carry.
The new Colt Competition .38 Super builds on the success of Colt's prior design, adding another new model for competitors to consider.
Smith & Wesson's Schofield has captured firearms enthusiasts' imaginations since its inception and has played an impressive role in American history.