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Handguns

Sure, you’ll smile and act politely happy over that grotesque olive and paisley tie, but we really know you wanted a new gun for Father’s Day. Check out these 10 great options.
The 3.3-inch Springfield XD-S 9 in Flat Dark Earth might just be the unsung hero of concealed carry handguns.
Heckler & Koch didn't shoot from the hip with the P30SK, producing a well-balanced, high-performing subcompact, engineered to deliver when it matters most.
The Uberti 1875 Top Break No. 3 is a working replica of the famous Schofield revolver. It's a faithful rendition and great fun to shoot.
The Springfield XD Mod. 2 4-inch Service Model offers improved ergonomics in a mid-size pistol perfect for any shooter.
The Guncrafter Industries Model 4 in the potent .50 GI is a high-class 1911 that’s big on performance.
Smith & Wesson's new M&P45 Shield packs the firepower of the potent .45 Auto cartridge into the manufacturer's classic single-stack carry pistol.
One of SIG Sauer's most iconic 9mm pistol designs for discreet carry is back in the form of the P225-A1.
The new Ruger LCP II is an excellent .380 ACP pistol that's easily concealed, has some great features and is a solid shooter.

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