Ruger’s Southpaw 10/22 Competition

Review: Ruger’s Southpaw 10/22 Competition

Introduced in 1964, Ruger’s 10/22 has sold in the millions to become the most popular semi-automatic rimfire rifle of all time. Like most guns of its kind, though, it has always been a right-hander-only proposition—until now.

Review: Kel-Tec’s Radical P50

Between its retro appearance and the 50 rounds of 5.7x28 mm FN ammunition on board, George Kellgren’s latest pistol design may be his most interesting to date. Is it the ultimate varmint blaster? You decide.

Taurus Rides The Red-Dot Wave: The TX22 Competition & G3 T.O.R.O.

In 2019, Taurus Int’l made the business decision to set aside the company’s more unusual and exotic offerings. Instead, the team focused its efforts on improving product quality and manufacturing consistency while continuing to offer reliable handgun options that met its customers’ needs at affordable prices.

Review: Ruger LCP II Lite Rack

The popularity of small-caliber pocket pistols chambered in .25 ACP and .32 ACP has waned considerably in recent years due to an ever-growing selection of sub-compact models chambered for larger cartridges, including 9 mm Luger and .380 ACP—a transition that occurred, in part, due to the 2008 release of Ruger’s Lightweight Compact Pistol (LCP).

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: Kel-Tec P17

Recently we’ve seen several new rimfire pistols chambered for .22 Long Rifle arrive on the market, many of which are competing for enthusiasts’ attention at around the $300 price point.

Review: Rock River R9 Competition BT-9G

Colt kicked off the 9 mm Luger-chambered AR-15/M16 market when it introduced the Colt SMG in 1982.

Review: Glock 44

Until December 2019 the only options for a rimfire “Glock” were either a conversion unit that mates a rimfire slide and barrel assembly to a stock Glock center-fire frame or one of the .22 pistols on the market from other manufacturers with a vaguely similar profile.

Review: Walther CCP M2 .380

Unlike most gas-operated systems, the Walther CCP M2 in .380 ACP uses gas to keep the slide locked under pressure.

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.

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