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Review: Taurus G3 T.O.R.O.

Taurus, following the recent trend towards optic adaptable handguns for personal defense, released an optic-ready version of the G3 striker-fired pistol, the G3 T.O.R.O.

Taurus TX22 Competition: An Optic-Ready Rimfire

Following the current growing trend of optic-ready handguns, Taurus has adapted several of its handguns to accept micro red-dot sights, including the new rimfire TX22 Competition chambered in .22 LR.  

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.

DIY Custom Heritage Mfg. Rough Rider Revolvers

The Heritage Manufacturing Inc. Rough Rider rimfire line of revolvers can be customized and changed without a gunsmith, allowing owners to do their own alterations to it with parts from Heritage.

Review: Taurus GX4 Micro-Compact Pistol

Taurus is the latest company to join the micro-compact pistol market with its GX4 concealed-carry gun.

Winchester Wildcat 22 SR: A 21st Century Rimfire

This handy little suppressor-ready rimfire carbine is loaded with features and was thoughtfully engineered to tackle the top three challenges of keeping a .22 running reliably.

Review: SAR USA Model 2000

SAR USA is now importing a clone of the CZ-75 see-automatic handgun design made by Sarsilmaz Firearms Corp., the Model 2000 chambered in 9 mm.

Review: Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 3.8" Compact

This Springfield XD-M Elite 3.8" Compact is a full featured carry gun that neatly tames the snappy feel of standard and +P 9mm ammunition.

Home Defense Guns: How To Choose The Right One

Possibly the only topic to generate more arguments than politics is the never-ending discussion of what qualifies as the “best” home-defense gun.

The Burning Question: Are Your Guns Safe in a Fire?

Fire can be fast-moving and absolutely devastating to any homeowner—especially the gun owner whose means of protection or lifelong collection lies only inches away from the flames. Here, two of our field editors take a look at some of the options available for keeping your guns in the game.

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