Savage Arms Model 11/111 Lady Hunter
Building a rifle to fit women requires more than simply shortening the length of pull. A woman’s physique is different from a man’s, so Savage consulted with lady hunters to learn what was desired in lady’s rifle.
The Women of Ruger
Assistant Online Editor Sarah Smith Barnum recently attended a defensive pistol course at Gunsite Academy with the ladies of Ruger, many of whom were shooting novices. Here's what they had to say about the event and what they learned.
Remington Will Feature Dedicated "Ladies Zone" Booth at 2015 NRA Show
For the first time in Remington’s long history, a dedicated booth has been created that will be staffed by women for women to showcase products recommended for today’s female shooters and hunters.
Carry Guard Expo Seminar: Ladies' Top Concealed-Carry Handguns
Results of the Ladies Pistol Project II, which takes a look at women's picks for concealed-carry pistols, will be revealed for the first time at the Carry Guard Expo Seminar.
Results: American Rifleman Ladies Pistol Project II—Concealed Carry Pistols
Ladies Pistol Project II looked at .380 ACP and 9 mm semi-automatic pistols that might be used for concealed carry.
New Walther CCP M2 Pistol Offers Tool-less Takedown
The new Walther CCP M2 pistol now comes with a tool-less takedown and visual red cocking indicator.
3rd Annual American Rifleman Ladies Pistol Project Wraps Up
Sixty-seven women converged in July 2018 to fire 26 handguns in order to determine which guns they liked best overall, specifically which features on the guns worked in their favor.
S&W Performance Center Announces M&P380 Shield EZ Pistol
The Performance Center M&P380 Shield EZ pistol features a ported barrel, flat face trigger and tuned action
9 of the New(ish) Hottest Handguns—For Her, Too!
If you're going heading to the range with a significant female in your life, why not pack your bag with a pistol you’ll both enjoy shooting.
Retro Review: Smith & Wesson LadySmith Revolvers
Smith & Wesson made a concerted effort to appeal to women gun owners as early as the 1980s, as this review of the company's LadySmith revolver line illustrates.