Benelli M4

Benelli M4: A Do-It-All Shotgun For Military & Commercial Use

The Italian designed Benelli M4 semi-automatic shotgun has served alongside the members of the United States Marine Corps for over the past two decades, and is also a popular commercial option.

Review: Staccato 2011 P

The M1911 is now well into its second century of production, though many features of the design have been contemporized, including 9 mm Luger variants with double-stack magazine such as the Staccato 2011 P tested here, which is one of five M1911-style models made by Texas-based Staccato, the successor to STI International.

Taurus GX4: Compact Carry That Doesn’t Break The Bank

Looking back through the history of concealed-carry pistol development, models stand out that exemplify a just-right balance of compact size, performance and price point, and the next gunmaker to throw its hat into that ring is Taurus Intl. Mfg. with the new-for-2021 model GX4.

​Underappreciated: Benelli’s Convertible M3 Shotgun

Despite a versatile hybrid design that allows it to operate as a pump-action or as a semi-automatic with a flick of the wrist, Benelli’s convertible M3 has yet to receive its due in the American market

Rangemaster Shotgun Training With The Benelli M4

Of all the options for home-defense arms, the shotgun has long been a staple for such scenarios, as explored here with Benelli's semi-automatic, 12-ga. M4 shotgun set up according to the teachings of Tom Givens of Rangemaster Firearms Training.

Savage A17: The Semi-Automatic .17 HMR Rifle

Introduced in 2015, the Savage A17 rifle line was one of the first semi-automatics to be chambered for the tiny but hot .17 HMR cartridge. 

Review: Rock Island Armory STK100

With popular, Glock Gen 3-style features and an aluminum grip frame more in line with the M1911’s profile, the Rock Island STK100 is not just another polymer pistol—and it comes at a fair price, too.

Review: Ruger’s Southpaw 10/22 Competition

Introduced in 1964, Ruger’s 10/22 has sold in the millions to become the most popular semi-automatic rimfire rifle of all time. Like most guns of its kind, though, it has always been a right-hander-only proposition—until now.

Heckler & Koch P7: H&K's 'Squeeze-Cocking' Pistol

First designed in 1976, Heckler & Koch's P7 gas-delayed blowback pistol stand out from most all other handguns with its unique squeeze-cocking mechanism.

Review: Kel-Tec’s Radical P50

Between its retro appearance and the 50 rounds of 5.7x28 mm FN ammunition on board, George Kellgren’s latest pistol design may be his most interesting to date. Is it the ultimate varmint blaster? You decide.

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