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A Look Back at the Walther PP

In 1929, Walther succeeded in producing a workable single-/double-action (DA/SA) fire-control mechanism, bringing out the Model PP (Polizeipistole or police pistol).

Packing the Bersa Thunder 380 Pistol

This affordably priced single-stack semi-automatic is comfortable to shoot and easy to carry thanks to a host of handy features and accessories.

Top-Selling Pistols for June 2017

Gun Genius (powered by GunBroker.com) has listed the top-selling firearms for June 2017.

Affordable Concealed Carry: The Hungarian FEG PA-63 Pistol

This compact handgun is immediately recognizable to most gun enthusiasts, even though often mistaken for the Walther PPK.

I Have This Old Gun ... Walther PPK/S

Ironically, if it weren’t for the Gun Control Act (GCA) of 1968 we would not have the Walther PPK/S.

Pocket Pistols Past and Present

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.

Fear & Loading: The Ultimate Colt Collectible?

A Colt Model 1883 Gatling Gun, complete with original field carriage and two drum magazines, is one of the items up for bid when Rock Island Auction Company holds its Sept. 9-11 event.

Polish P-83 Wanad Pistol

This Polish 9x18 mm gives gun collectors a chance to own a piece of rare Cold War history.

The Other Great Guns of John Browning

Dozens of other famous firearms would never have existed were it not for Browning. He was the most prolific and innovative gun designer during the early years of what we know as the modern-day firearm.

The Keefe Report: Single-Stack Comeback

It seems single-stack pistols—those with cartridges one on top of the other in their magazines—are the hot, new thing … again.

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