Taurus' new pocket pistol, the Curve, completely challenges the traditional concept of the pocket pistol. Its frame is shaped, well, like a person, with a curve to its frame. With a built in light and laser and an unusual method of carry, will the Curve change the concealed-carry culture?
Last year NRA Publications Editorial Director John Zent shed some light on one of the most compelling topics in the firearm industry today—a decades-long migration pattern of gun makers from the northeast and other regions of the United States to the southern states.
Evolution has fine-tuned the human eye to be most sensitive to light in the green frequencies, providing it a key advantage in the fight for firearm sighting-system domination.
Pocket pistols are the most in-demand category of firearm today. It’s been a long road from the pocket Brownings at the dawn of the 20th century to the Glock 43 and Ruger LCP II of today, and it is a journey that has been heavily influenced by laws both for and against the self-loading pocket pistol.