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Assembling an Urban Survival Kit with the Ruger PC Carbine

This flexible, multi-purpose 9 mm carbine can fill a variety of roles from emergency preparedness to casual plinking with the family.

Tested: Smith & Wesson’s M2.0 Pistols

Smith & Wesson rightly earned accolades for the M2.0 upgrade to its polymer-frame, striker-fired M&P family of pistols. Now, the downsized M2.0 Compact—featuring a 4" barrel and 15-round magazine in its 9 mm Luger configuration—takes aim at the duty/carry crossover market.

Tested: Sarsilmaz SAR9 Pistol

This military-grade pistol provides reliability, accuracy and shooting comfort that’s a step above its affordable price.

Breaking With Convention: NovX Ammunition

NovX’s forward-thinking approach to ammunition design not only challenges tradition, but threatens to rewrite the rules.

Range Report: SIG P320 X-Carry, Part 1

SIG Sauer's P320 production line seems to be humming along and Joe Kurtenbach has chosen the P320 X-Carry for his next range report.

Shell Shock Technologies NAS3 Cartridge Case 6+1 Challenge

This two-piece mixed materials pistol cartridge case is lighter, stronger and less expensive than brass.

Range Report: Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 Compact, Part 3

With the evaluation nearing completion, have there been any glitches in this 2,000-round evaluation?

Tested: Ruger’s PC Carbine and Security-9 Pistol

Ruger has developed two new guns in 9 mm Luger—a takedown carbine and a compact pistol—that share a magazine. What’s more, the carbine also accepts other Ruger pistol magazines along with those for Glocks.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Happy New Year 2018

If you missed any of our NRA Gun Gear of the Week reviews from 2017, American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach has assembled a highlight reel. From our range to yours, we want to wish our friends a safe and happy holiday season, and we look forward to another year of guns and gear in 2018.

Range Report: M&P9 M2.0 Compact Pistol

Smith & Wesson’s M&P9 M2.0 Compact downsizes the M2.0 platform just a touch to use a 4” barrel and a 15-round magazine.

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