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Editor's Choice: Henry Repeating Arms X Model

HENRY REPEATING ARMS took a big step forward with its popular lever guns last year by introducing models with side loading gates in addition to the removable tubular magazine liner.

Editor's Choice: Holosun HE509T-RD

HOLOSUN’s HE509T-RD provides all of the benefits of the company’s expansive lineup of red-dot sights while adding an enclosed titanium housing.

Editor's Choice: TriStar Arms Viper G2 .410

Tristar Arms is taking advantage of the growing U.S. interest in hunting turkeys with .410 bore shotguns by offering a new version of its popular Viper G2 series configured with gobblers in mind.

Editor's Choice: Walther Q4 Steel Frame OR

WALTHER ARMS has plenty of experience with manufacturing steel-framed semi-automatics and Olympic-grade competition firearms.

Editor's Choice: Laugo Arms Alien

LAUGO ARMS’ Alien pistol proves that innovation doesn’t come cheaply ($5,000), but the gun being imported by Lancer Systems is certainly turning heads with its unique design.

Editor's Choice: SCCY DVG-1 RD

SCCY Firearms expanded its lineup of affordably priced CCW guns with a striker-fired model in 2020: the DVG-1.

Editor's Choice: Uberti Model 1895 Courteney Stalking Rifle

Uberti, with its Model 1885 Courteney Stalking Rifle, proves that a new-for-2020 rifle can reflect classic design, in the classic .303 British chambering no less, and still be noteworthy.

Editor's Choice: Heritage Rough Rider Rancher

Heritage Manufacturing expanded its line of rimfire guns with a carbine variant of its budget-priced revolver. Here's why we picked the Rough Rider Rancher as our Editor's Choice.

Editor's Choice: Ruger LCP II Lite Rack

RUGER’s LCP II (Light Carry Pistol) chambered in .380 ACP took the pocket pistol market by storm just a few years ago. For 2020, the company has launched the Lite Rack version of this little semi-automatic chambered in .22 Long Rifle.

Editor's Choice: Gletcher M712 CO2 Pistol

Gletcher, a company known for producing meticulously detailed pneumatic replicas of real firearms, has extended its product line to include the M712—a reproduction of the Mauser C96 Broomhandle’s M712 variant.

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