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Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW1911 Pro Series

The Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW1911 Pro Series, an Officer-size variant of John Browning’s venerated design, is the Performance Center’s first 9 mm Luger-chambered offering in the platform.

The .357 Magnum: Most Versatile Handgun Round Ever?

Eighty-five years have passed since the introduction of the .357 Magnum. Wiley Clapp contends that it's absolutely the most versatile handgun round ever made.

Review: Ruger PC Charger

Ruger expanded its popular PC lineup with an all-new, pistol-size charger.

Tested: TNW Aero Survival Rifle

Introduced in 2012, TNW Firearms’ Aero Survival Rifle (ASR) was originally designed as an emergency survival tool for pilots forced to land in wilderness areas.

Tested: Springfield Armory’s Hellcat

Springfield Armory’s wild new entry into the full-featured, micro-compact pistol market, the Hellcat, holds one more 9 mm Luger cartridge than its nearest competition and is already available in an optics-ready rendition.

Tested: Springfield Armory’s XD-M OSP in 10 mm Auto

The XD-M OSP holds a hefty 15+1 rounds of 10 mm Auto, is very accurate and reflects another trend in current pistol manufacture: It’s an “optics-ready” model.

Tested: Mossberg’s MC1sc Pistol

The Mossberg Carry 1 Subcompact ticks all the boxes for a modern, personal-protection, center-fire pistol.

Tested: IFC BUL 1911 Ultra Pistol

There’s been a trend of late among M1911 manufacturers to build 9 mm Luger-chambered guns on alloy frames.

Tested: Springfield Armory 1911 TRP 6" 10 mm RMR

Since its debut in 1983, the 10 mm Auto has maintained a small but dedicated group of supporters.

Tested: Wilson Combat EDC X9 Pistol

Best known for custom-grade M1911s, shotguns and AR-style rifles, Wilson Combat saw the need for a compact, high-capacity semi-automatic.

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