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The Last Great Mouse Gun Race

Three small-caliber carry pistols face off at the range to see how they perform when the heat is on!

Is the Mouse Gun a Dying Breed?

Has the time of small-caliber pocket pistols passed or do they still have a place in today's defensive collections?

Summer Reading: Concealed Carry

If you count yourself among the more than 16 million Americans who possess a concealed-carry permit, check out some of our most popular articles on the topic.

Kimber Expands Micro 9 Pistol Lineup

Kimber's Micro 9 pistol line expansion includes five new variants.

Pocket Pistols Past and Present

Pocket pistols are the most in-demand category of firearm today. It’s been a long road from the pocket Brownings at the dawn of the 20th century to the Glock 43 and Ruger LCP II of today, and it is a journey that has been heavily influenced by laws both for and against the self-loading pocket pistol.

Concealed Carry 21st Century Style

These nine .380 ACP semi-automatics represented a sea change in manufacturers’ efforts to provide the concealed carry handgun market with exactly what license holders had been clamoring for: a light, compact personal protection handgun that won’t be left at home.

7 Tips for Pocket Carry

If you have opted to carry a pocket pistol, here are guidelines to help you get the most benefit and avoid uncomfortable problems.

Roundup: .380 ACP Pocket Pistols

For being one of the most popular pocket pistol cartridges of today, the .380 ACP round is actually quite a bit long in the tooth.

Video: Pocket Pistol Secrets from Gunsite

American Rifleman TV heads to Gunsite in Paulden, Ariz., for a lesson in pocket pistols for self-defense.

The Colt 1903 Returns

Seen the Colt Bulldog Gatling? Well, the same guys have brought back the classic John Browning-designed Model 1903 in .32 ACP, also known as the Colt Pocket Hammerless or the Model M.

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