Subsonic 9 mm Luger

Handloads: Simple, Reliable, Subsonic 9 mm Luger

Subsonic 9 mm Luger ammunition often fetches a premium across the gun counter, despite how simple it is to make. The key is to couple heavy bullets with a powder that burns with enough intensity to cycle the action, yet not so hot that it launches the projectile into the supersonic range.

Review: Savage Arms Stance

With one of its newest offerings, the Stance pistol, Savage recalls its past and proves that its name is not only synonymous with accurate, cost-effective bolt-action rifles.

Review: BRG-USA BRG9 Elite

A few short years ago, the U.S. firearm market looked at Turkish pistols with a great deal of skepticism. Today, that stigma has largely faded, as many of these guns have proven themselves to be accurate, durable and, above all, reliable.

New For 2022: Springfield Armory 1911 DS Prodigy

Springfield Armory has unveiled a new double-stack, 9 mm-chambered, M1911-style option to its lineup of handguns, with the introduction of the 1911 DS Prodigy.

Preview: Dan Wesson TCP 1911

For 2022, Dan Wesson offers its Tactical Compact Pistol (TCP) 1911 pistol, in either 9 mm Luger or .45 ACP.

Heckler & Koch P30: Full-Size Security

It initially launched with a P3000 label, but the name changed quickly to the now-familiar P30. The double-action/single-action pistol has an exposed hammer and standard magazine capacity of 15 cartridges. At slightly more than 7" in length and weighing more than 23 ozs., the P30 pistol is tailored for duty.

NRA Gun Of The Week: JP Enterprises JP-5

Watch American Rifleman staff on the range this week with a version of the JP Enterprises JP-5, a competition-ready, pistol-caliber carbine in 9 mm Luger.

Blast From The Past: Revisiting The 9 mm Magnum 'Super Cooper'

Follow Brad Miller as he takes a closer look at the 9 mm "Super Cooper" magnum handgun cartridge, which can have cases made for it from cut down .223 Rem. casings.

SCCY Firearms: Guns For Everyday Carry

The company’s exclusive focus is on producing budget-friendly and reliable pistols for concealed carry. Its first gun—the CPX-1—appeared in 2005, at about the time permit applications were just beginning their dramatic increase.

Different, But Oh So Familiar: FN’s 21st Century High Power

FN has changed a lot in its recently re-released High Power—from the size to the lock-up to the higher-capacity magazine—but, as a result, this new take on an old classic is now even more of a joy to shoot.

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