Over the time that I worked as a police officer and then as a gunwriter, I have informally tried to determine where, when and by whom fighting pistolcraft began.
This tired, worn-out Colt Single Action Army received a new lease on life, thanks to the efforts of Wiley Clapp and a team of talented gunsmiths.
Wiley Clapp is a fan of the relatively new P225-A1, and sees only one way to improve it.
There is a S&W revolver that I regard highly and would like to see a variation thereof.
Wiley Clapp shares another on his "wish list" of handguns he hopes gun makers will one day produce.
The "By the Decade" series concludes with the handgun—or handguns—Wiley Clapp considers his favorite.
It was a striker-fired pistol called the "XD" from Springfield-Armory that caught Wiley Clapp's attention in the 21st century.