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Finding the Best-Selling Guns: An Industry Challenge

What are the best-selling firearms today? Well, there are some clues, but it's harder to track than you think.

Taurus Spectrum .380 Auto Pistol Now Available with Viridian Laser

The recently released Taurus Spectrum .380 Auto Pistol is now offered with a model-specific Viridian E Series laser.

Heckler & Koch Announces the SP5K Pistol

Heckler & Koch will launch the new SP5K semi-automatic pistol—which matches the look and feel of the iconic MP5 submachine gun.

NRA Gun of the Week: Kel-Tec SUB-2000 Carbine

Kel-tec has been building the SUB-2000 since 2001 and this week, American Rifleman's Kelly Young happens to have one. Check out the video for more on our latest NRA Gun of the Week.

9 Field-Tested Trunk Guns

A trunk gun is a sturdy, reliable and not-too-expensive firearm that can be kept tucked away in a car or boat for plinking, hunting and, in a pinch, self-defense. Here are a few of the guns I've worked with that make good passengers without breaking the bank.

Crimson Trace Rail Master Pro

With four modes of operation, weighing only 2.7 ounces, a laser to “paint a perp” and 100 lumens of lighting power, there’s a lot to like.

Swapping Mags

It takes numerous properly working parts for a semi-auto handgun to fire, including the magazine that feeds the rounds.

American Rifleman TV: Diamondback DB380

The Diamondback DB380 is a striker-fired, semi-auto handgun, with features specifically designed for concealed-carry, as shown in this Rifleman Review.

Packies

When the revolver was king, many folks replaced factory grips with Pachmayr grips, or “Packies” as they were referred to by some.

The Slide Stop

For years, when training and competing, I used the slide stop on my 1911s to return the slide to battery when conducting a speed reload. I had found that I could more quickly obtain my shooting grip in this way.

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