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Review: Walther Arms PDP

The German maker’s 9 mm Performance Duty Pistol is offered in Full Size and Compact models—each featuring an excellent trigger, superb accuracy and effective ergonomics.

Walther Arms Q4 Steel Frame Review

With features taken from the PPQ and the Q5 Match Steel Frame, Walther’s new 4" steel-frame gun is a handsomely crafted pistol that successfully blends traditional material with thoroughly modern style.

Affordable Upgrade: Taurus G3c

Taurus’ new subcompact 9 mm Luger carry gun has an ergonomic grip, a smooth trigger pull and a full set of features for daily carry—with performance that belies its modest price.

Tested: Wilson Combat EDC X9 Pistol

Best known for custom-grade M1911s, shotguns and AR-style rifles, Wilson Combat saw the need for a compact, high-capacity semi-automatic.

Tested: SIG Sauer’s Made-In-America P210 Pistol

With origins as a Swiss service pistol and a well-deserved reputation for quality and accuracy, the SIG P210 possessed a near-legendary mystique.

Tested: Springfield Armory 9 mm XD-S Mod.2 Pistol

Far more than a facelift, Springfield Armory’s slim, single-stack XD-S has undergone an extensive upgrade to better meet the demands of the modern armed citizen.

Tested: Smith & Wesson’s M2.0 Pistols

Smith & Wesson rightly earned accolades for the M2.0 upgrade to its polymer-frame, striker-fired M&P family of pistols. Now, the downsized M2.0 Compact—featuring a 4" barrel and 15-round magazine in its 9 mm Luger configuration—takes aim at the duty/carry crossover market.

Tested: Heckler & Koch’s VP9SK Pistol

Shorter and lighter than its VP9 sire, the new SK model is H&K’s entrant into the highly competitive field of compact, striker-fired polymer handguns.

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