3 Unique AR-15 Lower Receivers
Here's a closer look at receivers and accessories for America’s Rifle that accommodate folding stocks, helps cut costs or improves downrange accuracy.
Editor’s Choice: Rock Island Armory 5.0 ST
ARMSCOR’s RIA 5.0 ST semi-automatic 9 mm Luger pistol represents the company’s first handgun to be designed and manufactured here in the United States.
The Misunderstood .45 Colt +P
This lesser-known, high-pressure revolver cartridge provides a top-notch balance of performance and more manageable levels of felt recoil.
Charter Arms .44 S&W Spl. Bulldog: The 'Wrong' Revolver For The Right Reasons
This old-school, snub-nose revolver may not be in trending style today, but it sure is comfortable to carry and still packs a punch.
CMMG Mk4 Banshee .22 LR Pistol Build
Whether a complete package is desired, or piecemeal assemblies for custom rimfire pistol builds, CMMG offers nearly every part to get the job done. Here, the author put together a Mk4 Banshee .22 LR from factory parts and saved some coin in the process.
8 Smallest Handguns You Can Own
If the need for something little is a high priority, then take a look at these petite pistols.
Holiday Gift Guide: Specialty Knives, Hand Axes & Multi-Tools
While smaller blades can be plenty helpful for everyday carry, sometimes bigger blades and tools are necessary. Here are a few larger specialty knives, hand axes, and multi-tools worth keeping in mind as the holiday season approaches.
12 New Guns For 2023
Here are some of the new guns slated for debut in 2023 that were shown off by 10 different manufacturers at the 2022 National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) Show.
Review: SCCY Industries Gen3 CPX Series Pistols
Building off the success of the previous Gen2 design, SCCY Industries updated its CPX series to create a Gen3 lineup of guns, which includes the addition of an optics-ready slide.
Fink's Custom Ruger SP101: A 'Trail-To-Town' Revolver
Fink's Custom Gunsmithing (FCG) offers a number of upgrades to factory Ruger SP101 revolvers, as explored here by B. Gil Horman.