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Beretta 92F Exploded View

The Beretta Model 92SB-F pistol was adopted in 1984 as a U.S. government military standard pistol. Its official designation is the M9 pistol or PDW (Personal Defense Weapon). More recent imports of this Beretta 9 mm are marked as Model 92Fs.

DS Arms B&T TP9 Pistol

The Swiss make more than just watches.

Nighthawk Lady Hawk

A 9 mm 1911 built for small-statured shooters.

9 mm Winchester Magnum

A neat round that just didn't make it.

Rohrbaugh R9 Stealth 9 mm Pistol

Compact and easy-to-use, with the power of the 9 mm.

Taurus 709B SLIM

Thin, easily concealable, single-stack 9 mm pistol.

Accuracy and the Hollow Point

If there is a pervasive trend in the development of modern handgun ammunition, it is the development of more effective personal-defense ammunition. Much of this effort can be traced to the early years of the Wondernine Wars, when various makers struggled for supremacy in building double-action 9 mm pistols.

I Have This Old Gun: Star Models A&B

I Have This Old Gun: Star Models A & B

.380-What You Use to Fight Your Way to a Handgun

In our offices, we often discuss issues that matter—at least to us—such as carry guns. One American Rifleman staffer carries a Ruger LCP in .380 ACP with Winchester PDX1 on a daily basis.

EAA Witness 9 mm Luger

The Witness pistol from EAA brings back a proven and reliable classic that reminds us of the features sometimes lost on modern compact handguns.

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