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Handgun Sights: Then & Now

Sights have changed a lot on handguns in the last 200 years. Wiley Clapp walks through what became important and why.

Review: Springfield Armory XD-S Mod.2 OSP

Springfield Armory made a good gun even better with the launch of its XD-S Mod.2 OSP model.

Preview: SureFire XSC Weaponlights

We take a look at the new SureFire XSC series of micro-compact weaponlights specifically meant for three of the most popular compact handguns.

The Keefe Report: The Guns of '1917'

One of the biggest film releases of the year is Sam Mendes' WWI epic, "1917." How accurate is it? American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe loops us in.

Bug-Out Lighting

Designed for first responders, Streamlight’s Sidewinder Rescue—at only 5.02 ounces, and occupying a scant 4 7/8 inches of real estate—is the kind of powerhouse that’s going to find its way into a lot of bug-out bags and vehicles.

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.

Blackhawk’s Epoch Light-Bearing Holster

The level-three holster is weaponlight friendly and early testing shows it lives up to the company name.

Walther PPX Review

The distinctively shaped Walther PPX is a duty-size pistol that is well suited to personal protection both inside and outside the home. See the full review straight from the pages of American Rifleman.

An Extraordinary Achievement: The First Handgun-Mounted Light?

Today we take powerful tactical flashlights and gun-mounted “weaponlights” for granted, but where did they begin? First, you needed the flashlight, followed by a way to mount it to a gun. Oh, and then it had to work.

Forget the Glamour Shots

After an attempted break-in, Sagi decided that he needed multiple records for his firearms, but a lot of the process went against his nature.

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