SIG Sauer P210

SIG Sauer P210: The Long-Lived Swiss Service Pistol

First designed in 1947, and formerly the official sidearm of the Swiss Army, the SIG Sauer P210 is still in production today, with a few modern upgrades.

Colt Mustang .380 ACP: The Pocket-Size 1911

Based off the classic 1911 design, the small Colt Mustang chambered in .380 ACP is easily concealable and shares the same classic look in its tiny frame.

Kel-Tec PLR16: The Pistol-Size SU16

First released in 2005, the Kel-Tec-Tec PLR16 has most all of the features of the earlier Kel-Tec SU16 chambered in 5.56 NATO, but configured as a large-format handgun.

Desert Eagle .50 AE: The Semi-Automatic .50-Cal. Handgun

Becoming a fan favorite of the silver screen and the magnum handgun community in the late 1980s, the Desert Eagle chambered in .50 AE is still one of the largest semi-automatic handguns you can get.

Rifleman Review: Walther CCP M2

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of Rifleman Review from 2019 to learn more about the Walther CCP M2 pistol, with its improvements over the original Walther CCP.

The G43X: Glock's Expanded-Capacity CCW Pistol

Since Glock launched the compact G43 series back in 2015, it has come out with a slightly larger, yet still slimline, version with a 10-round capacity, the G43X.

The .44 Special: A Big-Bore Favorite

The .44 Smith & Wesson Special has had a virtual cult-like following for most of its 100-plus-year existence and became a favorite of many western lawmen and self-defense practitioners.

New for 2021: Kimber R7 Mako

Taking advantage of growing demand for a micro-compact, concealed-carry pistol, Kimber released its first-ever polymer-frame, striker-fired 9 mm handgun: the R7 Mako.

Kel-Tec PMR30: A Magnum Rimfire Pistol With Extra Capacity

Kel-Tec is know for interesting firearm designs, and the PMR30 is no exception with its .22 WMR chambering and 30-round magazine capacity.

Indiana Handgun Permits Applications Skyrocket

This past month, Indiana has experienced a missive jump in handgun permits after the state removed a $30 charge on the applications.

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