Despite its fiendish name, the Springfield Armory Hellion exhibits friendly performance and has features sure to find favor with both right- and left-handed shooters who appreciate the bullpup design’s compact form factor.
Among the most highly regarded pistols to come out of Europe, the 9 mm Luger CZ 75 has developed a loyal following both for use as a duty sidearm and as the starting point for highly customized competition guns. This semi-automatic pistol was launched in 1975 by eská zbrojovka Uherský Brod of the Czech Republic.
Seven versions are available today, each wearing synthetic stocks and chambered to handle 12-ga. shotshells up to 3" in length. There are five members in the Tactical Model 1301 family—color choices include all black, FDE, marine and OD green.