Move over, the concealed-carry market is about to grow by not one, but three new models of 9 mm striker-fired pistols next month, manufactured by a company that is set on building guns entirely in the U.S., with only American-made parts.
Over the past 24 years on American Rifleman, I have seen a lot of gun companies come and go. Some have become established brands. Some were crackpot ideas destined for the oddities case downstairs at NRA’ National Firearms Museum.
Field Editor B. Gil Horman recently tested and reviewed the new Honor Defense Honor Guard 9 mm pistol, and now the company has announced that it has added a "Long Slide" version.
Honor Defense, a new American firearm manufacturer, launched its product line last year with the release of the Honor Guard 9 mm Luger pistol, a compact, striker-fired semi-automatic with a lightweight polymer frame that accepts single-stack magazines.
Honor Defense is auctioning a custom patriotic pistol, with 100 percent of the proceeds to be donated to Concerns of Police Survivors.
More than eight decades after its invention, the M1 Garand rifle continues to see use today fir both ceremonial and combat by foreign nations and militant groups across the globe.