Springfield Prodigy 1911 DS AOS

Review: Springfield Prodigy 1911 DS AOS

When selecting a semi-automatic handgun for self-defense, for many the only choice is the M1911—and for good reason. Few firearms are as proven in life-and-death confrontations.

S&W’s Model 350: The ‘Mild-Mannered’ X-Frame

The 350 Legend-chambered Model 350 represents quite a departure for S&W’s family of X-Frame revolvers, but it is no less capable of taking medium-size game—and it’s a lot easier to shoot and keep fed.

Review: IWI Tavor 7

The Tavor 7 not only adds a harder-hitting, .30-cal. chambering to IWI’s bullpup lineup, it builds on the experience gained with the original Tavor rifles, resulting in a highly refined and original design in its own right.

Review: Sako’s Modular S20

With a history of producing high-quality rifles since just after World War I, Finnish gunmaker Sako remains on the cutting edge of bolt-action design—and it shows in the adaptable S20.

Review: Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 In 10 mm Auto

By the end of 2021, Smith & Wesson was ready to expand its catalog to include an M&P M2.0 chambered in 10 mm Auto—a cartridge that had not been available chambered in S&W semi-automatic pistols since the mid-1990s.

LC Carbine: Ruger Doubles Down On The 5.7x28

Ruger refers to the LC Carbine as a pistol-caliber carbine (PCC), and from the company’s very specific perspective—the LC being a derivative of and companion to its Ruger-5.7 pistol—it is.

Are Rifle Iron Sights Headed For Extinction?

As advances in electronic and optic technology continue to increase across the centerfire rifle market, it seems that it is driving factory iron sights included on rifles to extinction.

Tested: CZ P-10 M

When introducing a new pistol line, manufacturers often like to put forth a full-size initial offering before releasing something for the CCW crowd. Such was the case with CZ-USA when it introduced the P-10 C. Over time, CZ would also offer both smaller and larger versions before eventually offering its smallest to date, the P-10 M evaluated here.

Smith & Wesson’s CSX: A Hammer-Fired Micro In Metal

Virtually in a category by itself, Smith & Wesson’s new micro-compact CSX pistol re-defines what is possible when traditional ideas are pushed to the cutting edge.

Review: Lone Wolf Arms LTD19 V1

Lone Wolf stepped into the factory-completed handgun market in 2021 by bringing its in-house components together to launch the Lightweight Tactical Defense (LTD) 19 pistol. Sold and distributed through the company’s Lone Wolf Arms division, these compact-size pistols have a Glock G19 footprint that is compatible with many of the same holsters.

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