SW99 Lead

Review: Smith & Wesson SW99

Two of the world’s best handgun makers―one from the “Old” and one from the “New”―have partnered to make one of the best semi-autos of all time: the SW99.

Good To Go: EAA's Girsan MC9 Pistols

European American Armory has introduced a pair of affordable and accurate 9 mm pistols from Girsan that come ready for work or the range with micro red-dot optics included from the factory.

Review: Benelli 828U

Although best known for its semi-automatic waterfowl and military shotguns, Benelli has stepped into the upland and sport shooting scenes with a newly conceived over-under that proves the Italian maker still has a few tricks up its sleeve.

Review: Hornady Super Subsonic Hunting Loads

Capable, accurate, conveniently suppressible and light-recoiling, Hornady’s new Subsonic loads bring added versatility to a trio of rifle chamberings not usually associated with subsonic use.

Walther Arms Q4 Steel Frame Review

With features taken from the PPQ and the Q5 Match Steel Frame, Walther’s new 4" steel-frame gun is a handsomely crafted pistol that successfully blends traditional material with thoroughly modern style.

The Keefe Report: The AR-15's Multi-Caliber Evolution

Until the early 1990s, the AR-15 generally came in just one caliber. Now, nearly 30 years later, its cartridge evolution has closed the gap with similar short-action designs.

Review: Hornady 6mm ARC

Hornady’s new ultra-efficient, AR-15-compatible 6mm Advanced Rifle Cartridge (ARC) just might be the ultimate do-all, low-recoiling cartridge for sportsmen and target shooters alike.

The General-Purpose Handgun: One Concept to Consider

What does a true general-purpose handgun look like? Here's one take on this issue.

A Hunter's Guide to Trap & Skeet Shooting

Want to wingshoot better this fall? Then get to the trap and skeet range today! If sporting clays is “golf with a shotgun” then trap is the driving range and skeet the putting green—practice fields where you can work on parts of your game.

5 Steps to Improve Your Dry-Fire Routine

Here we take a look at five steps to dry firing to both improve trigger familiarity and increase consistency.

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