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The .32-20 Winchester Center Fire: History & Performance

Born from a desire for a faster and flatter shooting cartridge, the .32-20 Winchester Center Fire cartridge came to the world stage at the end of the 19th century as a popular option for revolvers and lever-action rifles alike, but its popularity eventually dwindled as the 20th century progressed.

Taurus Rides The Red-Dot Wave: The TX22 Competition & G3 T.O.R.O.

In 2019, Taurus Int’l made the business decision to set aside the company’s more unusual and exotic offerings. Instead, the team focused its efforts on improving product quality and manufacturing consistency while continuing to offer reliable handgun options that met its customers’ needs at affordable prices.

Straight-Pull Shooter: The Savage Impulse

Fast to operate, accurate on target and possessing a modular design that’s configurable for either right- or left-handed shooters, the Savage Impulse sets a new standard for affordability in the rarified realm of straight-pull rifles.

Good To Go: EAA's Girsan MC9 Pistols

European American Armory has introduced a pair of affordable and accurate 9 mm pistols from Girsan that come ready for work or the range with micro red-dot optics included from the factory.

Review: Charter Arms Professional

Since the founding of Charter Arms in 1964 by Douglas McClennahan, the company’s series of affordably priced, compact, double-action revolvers has continued to grow in both its diversity of models and frame sizes.

Review: Kriss Sphinx SDP Compact

Imported by Kriss USA, the Sphinx SDP Compact is a carry-ready pistol made in Switzerland and features a unique hybrid design popular with competitors.

Review: Wilson Combat WCP320

Bill Wilson started Wilson Combat nearly 40 years ago, primarily doing custom work on M1911 handguns for competition shooters.

Review: CZ 557 Eclipse

Hunting rifles don’t have to be expensive in order to be effective, and CZ’s new 557 Eclipse is a great example of this.

Review: Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Plus

With the micro-compact pistol market taking off like wildfire, it’s Smith & Wesson’s turn to fan the flames.

Review: Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW1911 Pro Series

The Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW1911 Pro Series, an Officer-size variant of John Browning’s venerated design, is the Performance Center’s first 9 mm Luger-chambered offering in the platform.

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