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Smith & Wesson M&P45 Shield .45 ACP

by G&A Staff 0

A Shield with more powweeerrrr!


Springfield Armory XD Mod.2 Sub-Compact Review

by Patrick Sweeney 0

There is a constant struggle between capacity and comfort when it comes to concealed carry. We all want something easy… more »


At the Range: Springfield Armory XD9 Mod.2

by Guns & Ammo TV 0

In this segment of Guns & Ammo TV airing on the Sportsman Channel, the new Springfield Armory XD9 Mod.2 is run through its… more »


Little Big Shot: Bond Arms Backup Review

by G&A Staff 3

The word “derringer” tends to evoke images of a Wild West saloon where, at the card table, one gambler hastily… more »


Heizer Defense PS1 Review

by G&A Staff 6

The PS1 is touted as “the world’s most powerful small pistol,” and, given its compact size and large hole at… more »


Scaled for Self-Defense: Springfield XD-S 9mm Review

by Patrick Sweeney 10

There are people—and companies—who have one good thing, one trick that they work for all they’re worth. Then there are… more »


Kel-Tec PF-9 Review

by Payton Miller 62

To paraphrase an overused marketing catchphrase, “9 is the new .380.” And it’s not really a fanciful overstatement. Why? A… more »


Palm-Size Two-Shooter: The Heizer DoubleTap Review

by G&A Staff 39

The newly announced Heizer Defense DoubleTap combines elements of several previous types of small, palm-size personal defense handguns into a… more »


Palm-Size Power: Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Review

by G&A Staff 96

Smith & Wesson’s new M&P9 Shield now joins the growing crop of palm-size, slim-and-trim single-stack 9mms that have been appearing… more »


Smallbore Snubbie: Ruger LCR-22 Review

by G&A Staff 51

Ruger’s snubnose polymer-frame Lightweight Compact Revolver has been a success since its introduction in 2009. It’s already available in four… more »


Carrying It Off: Springfield XDs Review

by Patrick Sweeney 117

At the last SHOT Show, I walked up to the Springfield Armory range (the day before the show opens, there’s… more »


All Rimfired Up: Ruger SR22 Review

by G&A Staff 74

Ruger’s very first firearm was the now-classic Ruger Standard Model .22 Long Rifle semiauto pistol, introduced in 1949. Its two… more »


Nines Are the Hot Hand: Beretta Nano Review

by G&A Staff 19

Beretta characterizes its 9mm Nano as the “ultimate evolution of the micro-compact carry pistol.” The company’s first-ever striker-fired pistol is… more »


New Wave Walther: Walther PPQ Review

by Patrick Sweeney 13

One of the things Umarex did was make Walther a top-notch competitive air rifle maker again, but that’s a story… more »


Springfield 3.8 XDm Compact Review

by Patrick Sweeney 22

If you have been following things firearms-related in the slightest, you know all about the Springfield XDm series. And if… more »

Though we never needed it while using Hornady’s Critical Defense ammunition, the 24/7 G2 has second strike capability.

Guns of PDTV: Taurus PT 24/7 G2 9mm

by Scott E. Mayer 5

George’s full-size 9mm pistol this season is a Taurus PT 24/7 G2. This 17-round semi-auto combines a polymer frame with… more »


Smith & Wesson 638 Review

by Steve Gash 4

S&W had developed the .38 S&W Special in 1902, and in 1949, company president Carl Hellstrom requested a new small-frame… more »


Ruger LCP .380 Review

by G&A Staff 0

Ruger’s entry into the ultra small, lightweight, semi-auto concealed carry market.


Ruger SR9c Review

by Patrick Sweeney 31

OK, so you’re a big-time firearms manufacturer, and you design and manufacture a wildly popular new firearm. Will everyone be… more »

Just cycling along The PM9193 shot very well with several high-performance 9mm loads. Functioning was 100 percent with everything.

Kahr PM9193 Review

by Steve Gash 3

There will always be, I suppose, a debate as to which is the best self-defense gun–a snubnose revolver or a… more »


Beretta PX4 Storm Subcompact Review

by Patrick Sweeney 8

I first shot the PX4 Storm Subcompact as a preproduction prototype. My first impression was, shall we say, underwhelming. I… more »

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