.32 ACP Pocket Pistols
Sub-compact .32 ACP pistols are still among the most compact and lightweight backup and hideout guns available. They offer a much better level of stopping power and selection of defense-grade ammunition than similarly sized .22s and .25s. Kel-Tec and North American Arms each provide pistols with a unique set of features, but both guns are reliable and eminently pocketable.
The .25 ACP: A Fightstopper?
A less than powerful round, the .25 ACP still seems to get the job done.
Seecamp Pocket Pistols
Louis Seecamp was an ingenious gun designer from a family of gunmakers. Over the years, he worked on a lot of gun matters, but settled into double-action conversions for .45s in the days when there were no such things available on the open market.
Video: Pocket Pistol Secrets from Gunsite
American Rifleman TV heads to Gunsite in Paulden, Ariz., for a lesson in pocket pistols for self-defense.
DoubleTap Receives Patent
DoubleTap Defense has received a Design and Utility patent for its DoubleTap Tactical Pocket Pistol.
7 Tips for Pocket Carry
Previously Field Editor B. Gil Horman has helped you determine whether a pocket pistol is right for you. If you have opted pack this way, here are guidelines to help you get the most benefit and avoid uncomfortable problems.
Roundup: .380 ACP Pocket Pistols
For being one of the most popular pocket pistol cartridges of today, the .380 ACP round is actually quite a bit long in the tooth.
Keefe Report: Glock 43 Range Time
Next week we start an intense week of “American Rifleman Television,” and before wringing out the Glock G43 for the TV crew, I took it to the range for familiarization.
The Colt 1903 Returns
Seen the Colt Bulldog Gatling? Well, the same guys have brought back the classic John Browning-designed Model 1903 in .32 ACP, also known as the Colt Pocket Hammerless or the Model M.