For serious sixgunning, there's nothing like Ruger's most shootable sixgun. Here are a few of the company's Bisley models.
You've read our handgun evaluations, but what if you want to test your own? Wiley Clapp outlines his process for evaluating a gun.
Colt introduces its Mk III series of revolvers, and the best-known of them is the Trooper. However, the Lawman was forgotten and unfairly so.
In this review, we take a look at the Prime 1911 produced by Alchemy Custom Weaponry, a division of Cabot pistols that offers premium quality with the classic look of a normal 1911.
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.
A couple of years ago Remington offered its first full-size, polymer service pistol, chambered in 9 mm Luger. It has now been joined by a .45 ACP.
With origins as a Swiss service pistol and a well-deserved reputation for quality and accuracy, the SIG P210 possessed a near-legendary mystique.
America’s oldest gunmaker has expanded its line of R1 M1911 pistols to include something it has never had before—double-stacks. How are the big guns from Big Green? Two examples tell the story.
Wiley Clapp culminates his Trython experiment by—what else—shooting them.
Most modern semi-automatic handgun designs make at least some minor concessions to cater to the left-handed members of the shooting community, whether in the form of a reversible magazine release or bilateral controls.