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Editor’s Choice: SIG Sauer Cross

SIG SAUER has re-entered the bolt-action center-fire rifle category with its first bolt gun designed and built in the United States.

Editor’s Choice: Glock 44

GLOCK owners seeking to shoot rimfire ammunition through their favorite handgun have long had to rely on aftermarket conversion kits of dubious quality and reliability, but those days are finally over.

Editor’s Choice: Winchester Model 1895 Special Adorned

To celebrate the rifle's 125th anniversary in 2020, Winchester is releasing a special-edition Model 1895 lever-action rifle.

Editor’s Choice: Armscor BBR 3.10

ARMSCOR, based in the Philippines, brings in an incredible variety of affordable 1911s, and most of the classic configurations can be had in the company’s extensive lineup, even in an assortment of chamberings.

Editor’s Choice: Kel-Tec P17

KEL-TEC’s P17 is a gun that jumps out because of its price ($199), but there’s much more that makes the P17 worth highlighting this year.

Editor’s Choice: CMMG 5.7 mm Conversion Kit

CMMG has tapped into a cartridge that has long been a niche round for a select few enthusiasts: the 5.7x28 mm FN.

Editor’s Choice: 27 Nosler Cartridge

Nosler expanded its line of juiced-up magnum rounds with its 27 Nosler in 2020. See why we chose this for our Editor's Choice collection.

Editor’s Choice: Gemtech Lunar 9

GEMTECH is not letting the current pistol-caliber-carbine craze pass it by, as the company has unveiled what it calls its “quietest and most versatile 9 mm suppressor ever”

Editor’s Choice: Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 C.O.R.E.

SMITH & WESSON is taking the next natural step in the evolution of its excellent M&P M2.0 pistol—it’s making them optics-ready.

Editor’s Choice: Magpul BSL Brace

Magpul expanded into the pistol-brace market in 2020 with two new options that landed on our Editor's Choice list this year.

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