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Is the Mouse Gun a Dying Breed?

Is the Mouse Gun a Dying Breed?

Has the time of small-caliber pocket pistols passed or do they still have a place...
Back to Basics: Get a Grip … On Your Handgun

Back to Basics: Get a Grip … On Your Handgun

Rifle and shotgun fit are talked about a lot, but handgun fit is largely ignored.
I Have This Old Gun: Colt Model 1855 Revolving Carbine

I Have This Old Gun: Colt Model 1855 Revolving Carbine

Although we think of Colt percussion revolvers as being an open-top design, there was one...
Smith & Wesson Reintroduces Model 19 Revolver

Smith & Wesson Reintroduces Model 19 Revolver

Smith & Wesson Corp. has announced that it has reintroduced two configurations of it’s Model...
Tested: The S&W M&P380 Shield EZ Pistol

Tested: The S&W M&P380 Shield EZ Pistol

Designed from the ground up for ease of operation, the S&W M&P380 Shield EZ pistol...
Tested: Ruger GP100 Match Champion 10 mm Revolver

Tested: Ruger GP100 Match Champion 10 mm Revolver

The much anticipated answer to customers’ requests for a more compact 10 mm Ruger revolver...
A Look Back at the Walther PP

A Look Back at the Walther PP

In 1929, Walther succeeded in producing a workable single-/double-action (DA/SA) fire-control mechanism, bringing out the...
Fear & Loading: Union Sues Colt’s Manufacturing

Fear & Loading: Union Sues Colt’s Manufacturing

United Auto Workers Local 376 alleges the company has violated terms of its labor contract...
American Ingenuity on Display: The VMI Firearms Collection

American Ingenuity on Display: The VMI Firearms Collection

Virginia Military Institute's collection of early American repeating firearms, Civil War weapons and U.S. martial...
Handloading The .44-40 Win.

Handloading The .44-40 Win.

Introduced in the Model 1873, the .44 Winchester Central Fire, as it was originally called,...
Colts In The Cockpit: Arming Pilots—From Airmail To Commercial Aviation

Colts In The Cockpit: Arming Pilots—From Airmail To Commercial Aviation

Think the idea of arming pilots is new? Think again. Every time you board a...
The Model 1940 Light Rifle: Smith & Wesson's Beautifully Made Failure

The Model 1940 Light Rifle: Smith & Wesson's Beautifully Made Failure

The Light Rifle was designed following a request from the British in mid-1939. The resulting...
Back to Basics: Pistol Bullets

Back to Basics: Pistol Bullets

There has been a tremendous amount of research and testing in handgun bullets, especially during...
Wiley Clapp: This Colt Python Business

Wiley Clapp: This Colt Python Business

Wiley Clapp was around for the Python's introduction in 1955. In this first of a...
Tested: Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle

Tested: Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle

Enjoy the same set of “big gun” features in this more-affordable-to-shoot rimfire version of Ruger's...
Rifleman Q & A: The Deringer Line

Rifleman Q & A: The Deringer Line

A reader inquires about an old gun with markings on the barrel’s rib: “DERINGER PHILADA....
A Very Special Colt Woodsman

A Very Special Colt Woodsman

Colt’s venerable Woodsman is an American rimfire icon, and it’s right at home anywhere you...
A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson 22/32 Kit Gun

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson 22/32 Kit Gun

In 1936 Smith & Wesson introduced a 22/32 revolver with a 4" barrel—the Kit Gun—meant...
Rifleman Q & A: A Gun Of Many Names

Rifleman Q & A: A Gun Of Many Names

A reader asks about an old revolver marked “National Arms Company, New York U.S.A.”
Last of Its Kind: The USMC Model 1909 Colt

Last of Its Kind: The USMC Model 1909 Colt

How does the last military-issue .45 Colt revolver stack up today at the range? A...
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