In 1922, Fabrique Nationale unveiled the result of efforts to modernize its Model 1910, providing a cutting-edge handgun that, at the time, was expected to attract military and police contracts across Europe.
Although Sturm, Ruger & Co. was one of the last major manufacturers to “super-size” the capacity of its compact 9 mm Luger offering, it is one of the first to apply the popular staggered-stack magazine technology to a pistol chambered in .380 ACP.
When Smith & Wesson's name showed up on Walther PPK and PPK/s pistols, many were shocked, but what does that mean for build quality and performance? Follow along with Wiley Clapp and his investigation of S&W-made Walther pistols.
A scaled down version of the fullsize Government Model 1911, The Browning Black Label 1911-380 is built on the same footprint as the company’s successful 1911-22, but with a .380 ACP chambering instead of rimfire.