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Review: Rock Island Armory BBR 3.10 Pistol

The Rock Island Armory BBR 3.10 blends the styling, handling and chambering of the classic 1911 with the compact features and enhanced elements today's defensive shooters desire.

The Keefe Report: The Ubiquitous Ruger 10/22

With about 8 million made, there's no other semi-automatic rimfire carbine that even comes close to the Ruger 10/22. Ubiquitous is certainly the right word for it.

Modern AR-180: The Brownells BRN-180 System

Fans of piston-driven ARs now have a new option in the BRN-180 system, a modernized recreation of the unique AR-180 as developed by Eugene Stoner.

The Keefe Report: Original Designs Under Fire at SHOT 2020

One noticeable trend at SHOT Show 2020 is an increasing number of copycats on the market, threatening the dominance of original designs.

Tested: The New Magnum Research 429 DE Cartridge

This new bottle neck round blends the features of two popular handgun hunting cartridges for a boost in velocity.

Nine Lives of the 10 mm Auto

Counted out more than once, the 10 mm Auto cartridge simply refuses to give up—and the latest crop of guns chambered for it proves that the 10 is more than just a survivor.

Tested: Ruger SR1911 Target Pistol

This stainless pistol is likely to be another success in what continues to be a winning 1911 lineup from Ruger.

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: Battle Heats up Between Red Vs. Green Lasers

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.

Keefe Report: The Bottomless M1911 Appetite

The American shooter’s appetite for the M1911 seems to be bottomless. It just keeps going and going ... And we keep buying them.

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