The need to practice fast holstering a handgun for self-defense is debatable and in many cases dangerous.
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Can SIG's P320 RX Compact stand up against water, muck and a Jeep Wrangler? You'd be surprised.
The Sig Sauer P320 is an excellent defensive handgun option — mostly because of its many great features.
To the delight of Walther fans, the manufacturer has brought out a subcompact version of its classic PPQ pistol for 2018 — the PPQ SC.
Finding time to maintain shooting fundamentals can be a challenge, but the Blowback Laser Trainer provides a realistic solution.
Magnum Research’s constantly evolving BFR is now chambered in .444 Marlin.
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.
Beretta’s most famous firearm may well be its Model 92 pistol, first offered in 1975 in 9mm. Now, the impressive new Beretta M9A3 model is a serious contender as a modern survival gun.
Looking to go armed, but are stuck in the weeds as to what to arm yourself with? Here are six excellent concealed carry handgun options that will keep you on the defensive.
Tacticool instruction might be fun, but it won't make you a more prepared armed citizen. Handgun training should focus on the skills with practical tools that will save your skin.
Springfield has upped the ante with its XD-E, releasing the hammer pistol in the hard-hitting .45 ACP.
Rightsized, the Walther PK380 is small enough to slip into a pocket, but has the performance of much larger self-defense handgun.
Nighthawk’s Border Special 1911 does whatever you ask of it, and it does it well.