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The Steyr GB: A Forgotten 'Wondernine'

In its own right, the Steyr GB was a well-built pistol that should have found success. Instead, it's a forgotten design.

Editor's Choice: SCCY DVG-1 RD

SCCY Firearms expanded its lineup of affordably priced CCW guns with a striker-fired model in 2020: the DVG-1.

If It Looks Like a Glock ... Nomad 9 and Shadow Systems Pistols

The Glock pattern seems poised to finally unseat the 1911 as the handgun of choice for many in the firearms community. Funny how things change.

Video—I Have This Old Gun: H&K VP70

Though Glock often gets credit for being the world's first polymer-frame, striker-fired pistol, the H&K VP70, which shares those attributes, actually debuted a full 13 years beforehand.

Video—ARTV Review: IWI Jericho Pistol

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz puts the IWI Jericho through its paces, and details its numerous design features.

Tested: SIG Sauer P365 Pistol

SIG Sauer is changing the equation by offering a micro-compact pistol boasting a full-size, full-power payload.

Tested: EAA Witness Elite 1911 Polymer Pistol

John Browning’s M1911 pistol has been with us for more than 105 years now, and it is still a viable gun for personal defense, military use and competition.

An Inside Look At The FNS Compact Pistol

The FN America FNS series now includes a Compact model that is more than just a full-size with its frame sawn in half—and it is made in South Carolina.

Review: The Taurus Curve Pocket Pistol

Taurus is a gunmaker known to challenge convention and take chances. Remember the Judge? With its U.S.-made Curve, Taurus has changed the very shape and features expected on a pocket pistol. How will this radical concept be received? You decide.

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