SIG Sauer P210 Carry

Preview: SIG Sauer P210 Carry

SIG Sauer has expanded its American-made P210 lineup with a carry-friendly model that retains key elements of the original design while offering additional features suited for personal defense and daily carry.

Bergara: From Blackpowder Beginnings To Rifle Powerhouse

Bergara’s emergence as major player in the industry began modestly in 1999 when BPI was established and purchased famed muzzleloader manufacturer CVA. The company thrived and learned that the barrel was the most important ingredient in any quality gun.

Review: Springfield Saint Edge ATC Elite

Springing into a flourishing arena, such as modern sporting rifles (MSRs), is simple—maintaining a presence through the market’s ebb-and-flow cycles, however, is not. The latter requires innovation and value, a recipe that Springfield Armory has followed with its well-liked Saint series of AR-pattern rifles.

H&K’s SL8: A G36 For American Sport Shooters

Despite concessions required to make it conform to misguided American legislation governing imported semi-automatic rifles, Heckler & Koch’s SL8-6 preserves the essence of Germany’s most distinctive modern tactical rifle: the vaunted G36.

Review: POF-USA Rogue

As a .308 Win.-chambered carbine built on an AR-15-length receiver set, the Patriot Ordnance Factory’s Rogue boiled-down concept is intended to benefit hunters, our findings consider it to be a formidable a defensive arm as well.

Heckler & Koch Mark 23

Heckler & Koch began developing its Mark 23 in response to U.S. Special Operations Command request for a standardized pistol.

Editor’s Choice: Winchester Repeating Arms Super X4

Winchester Repeating Arms has given southpaw wingshooters reason to rejoice, as, for the first time ever, the company is now producing left-ejecting versions of its 12-ga. Super X4 semi-automatic shotgun.

High Power Redux: EAA’s Girsan MCP35

Interest in the High Power is booming right now, and EAA’s new version is among the least expensive ways to get into the platform—while still being quite the performer.

Economic Evolution: Ruger's 9E Budget-Friendly Carry Gun

Ruger has a tradition of products that provide long-lasting quality without a budget strain, though, so a new variant appeared in 2014. The 9E, still part of the SR series, cost roughly $100 less, but that price drop required a few changes.

Glock Handguns: An American Mainstay

In 1986, Glock established an office in Smyrna, Ga., and the next year, it opened a second manufacturing plant in Austria to meet growing demand.

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