Patriot Ordnance Factory Phoenix 9Mm F

New For 2022: POF-USA Phoenix

Patriot Ordnance Factory announced the company's all-new 9 mm Luger Phoenix pistol for 2022, offering a great platform for plinking, competition and more.

Kel-Tec SUB2000: A Folding Pistol-Caliber Carbine

In the two decades since its initial release in 2001, the foldable Kel-Tec SUB2000 pistol-caliber carbine has proven to be a versatile and popular carbine with a wide range of magazine compatibility and affordable pricing to boot.

Scorpion EVO S3: CZ's Modern Pistol-Caliber Carbine

Building off the legacy of the Skorpion pistols made by CZ during the Cold War era, the CZ Scorpion EVO S3 is a compact large format handgun chambered in 9 mm that offers light weight and plenty of customization.

Century Arms Draco: A Popular AK Pistol Made Stateside

Based off the full-size Kalashnikov rifles, the Century Arms Draco pistol is a popular large-format pistol that is offered in both 9 mm and 7.62x39 mm.  

Beretta Cx4 Storm: A Space-Age Pistol Caliber Carbine

Introduced in 2003 with similar controls to Beretta's full-size handguns, the Beretta Cx4 line of pistol-caliber carbines is offered in several different chamberings.

Bersa Thunder: An Affordable Argentinian PPK Adaptation

Manufactured in Ramos-Mejia, Argentina by Bersa, the Bersa Thunder is a small and affordable blowback semi-automatic pistol, based partially off the Walther PPK, available in .380 ACP and .22 LR.

The Beretta Tomcat: A .32 ACP Pocket Pistol

Beretta released the Tomcat in 1996, and the tiny pistol chambered in .32 ACP continues to be an option for concealed carry and backup use.

The Hi-Point 995: A Budget Friendly Pistol-Caliber Carbine

Since Hi-Point introduced its Model 995 carbine in the 1990s, the semi-automatic, pistol-caliber carbine is still in production today and maintains its popularity.

Tavor X95: The Updated Israeli Bullpup

Unveiled in 2016 and claiming a prestigious NRA Publication’s Golden Bullseye award by the next year, the Tavor X95 was a commerical success and improved upon the design of the original Tavor SAR. 

Remington Nylon 66: A Vintage 'Gun Of The Future'

Remington broke fresh ground with the release of the Nylon 66 back in 1959, introducing the commercial market to what would become the future of polymer furniture on sporting arms.

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