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Semi-Auto Safety

Unless the particular pistol fires only in the double-action-only mode, subsequent firing requires a single-action pull.

Reversed Rails

The rails on a semi-auto pistol are often taken for granted, but they serve a crucial function and must be precise to properly work.

American Rifleman TV: Diamondback DB380

The Diamondback DB380 is a striker-fired, semi-auto handgun, with features specifically designed for concealed-carry, as shown in this Rifleman Review.

Diamondback DB15 Pistol

This new AR-based handgun is a good example of a well-balanced, reliable, contemporary rifle-action pistol.

Glock G42 .380 ACP Pocket Pistol

One of the most trusted defensive pistol brands, Glock, has released its first truly pocketable, single-stack .380 pistol.

Packing the Remington R1 Carry 1911 .45 Pistol

In this day and age of high-capacity polymer pistols and compact pocket rockets, is the full-size, all-steel 1911 still a relevant concealed-carry option?

A Bullseye View of Remington's R1 Pistols

Fans of Big Green’s .45s get to reap the benefits of well-made pistols where it counts most-downrange.

Two Guns in One? FN's FNS

The FNS will hit the mark with value-conscious shooters who demand a quality service pistol.

Desert Eagle Mark XIX

The Desert Eagle is in its ninth variation, and is still the super-star of the Magnum Research product lines.

Steyr C9-A1

This Austrian company first introduced a polymer-frame pistol in 1999.

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