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Smith & Wesson M&P Handguns Then & Now

Since the introduction of Military & Police revolvers more than a century ago, Smith & Wesson's M&P pistol line has grown to include a host of polymer-frame semi-automatics.

Holiday Pistol Rebates Already Underway

Start the festivities early this holiday season with cash savings promotions on some of the most popular pistols from Smith & Wesson, Stoeger and Taurus.

New For 2022: Smith & Wesson Equalizer

Smith & Wesson's latest concealed-carry offering, the Equalizer, blends the company's tried-and-true EZ technology with an expanded magazine capacity to create a capable defensive handgun.

Smith & Wesson’s CSX: A Hammer-Fired Micro In Metal

Virtually in a category by itself, Smith & Wesson’s new micro-compact CSX pistol re-defines what is possible when traditional ideas are pushed to the cutting edge.

NRA Gun Of The Week: Smith & Wesson Model 350

Watch American Rifleman staff on the range with the latest X-Frame revolver from Smith & Wesson that comes chambered for the 350 Legend.

Smith & Wesson Lowers Price On M&P Shield Plus

Smith & Wesson announced that, in light of current economic circumstances, the company is absorbing manufacturing costs and passed along a lower price on its M&P Shield Plus CCW pistol.

Rifleman Q&A: Flush-Seating Wadcutters

It is necessary to flush-seat the wadcutter bullet in the .38 case when reloading for the S&W Model 52. But is this procedure more accurate than conventional overall-length bullet seating when using the cartridge in revolvers?

New For 2022: Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 Metal OR

Smith & Wesson has unveiled a new addition to the M&P9 M2.0 series, with the M&P9 M2.0 Metal OR featuring a metal frame and optic-ready slide.

Erin’s Hope: The Fenian Needham Conversion Rifle

During the second invasion of Canada in 1870, the Fenian forces relied on several thousand Needham breech-loading converted rifle-muskets to go up against Canadian defenses. Just how well did these Needham conversions work? 

Defending Canadian Homes: The Missisquoi 'Red Sashes' Of 1870

After their farms were raided by Fenian invaders in 1866, Canadian residents of Quebec’s Missisquoi region formed their own militia called the "Red Sashes," which fought against a second Fenian incursion in 1870.

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