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SIG Sauer P320: The First Review

In just a few years, the SIG Sauer P320 has dominated the market. What did we think about it when it first launched in 2015? Here was our first review.

Product Preview: Mirzon SIG Sauer P320 Grip Module

For those who love their SIG P320, but find a little to be desired in the grip, Mirzon has released an enhanced grip module specifically for the P320 platform.

Tested: SIG Sauer P320-M17 Pistol

The author was among the first to test the civilian version of the new sidearm of the U.S. Army.

Breaking With Convention: NovX Ammunition

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

SIG Gambles Big And Wins

The story of SIG Sauer since the turn of the century is the tale of a once-floundering company reinventing itself, ably reading the market, taking the right chances and riding its core principles to resurgence.

Latest Loads: 9 mm Luger

Though firearm-mounted sound suppressors significantly reduce the ear-damaging noise of supersonic ammunition, maximum benefit from their use is achieved through the use of subsonic loads; in fact, when the latter are paired with a suppressor, the report of the firearm is reminiscent of a pneumatic nail gun.

The Keefe Report—MHS Update: They Like It, Hey Mikey!

How about a big heaping bowl of 9 mm? To paraphrase the iconic 1972 commercial for Life cereal, when it comes to the next sidearm of the U.S. Army, the soldiers like it—“They really, really like it.”

Tested: Beretta’s APX Pistol

Beretta has been building semi-automatic pistols for professional users for a long time, but the Italian maker’s new APX takes the company’s full-size, duty handgun line in a whole new direction.

Beretta Introduces the APX

After nearly five years of development, Beretta is finally bringing its APX pistol to the civilian market.

Federal American Eagle Syntech Handgun Ammunition Review

Handgun ammunition manufacturers put tremendous effort into creating fail-safe defensive loads, but practice-type ammunition hasn’t received equitable attention—until now.

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