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Review: Wilson Combat EDC X9

by G&A Staff 0

Bill Wilson has built a compact, large-­capacity, 1911-­ish pistol called the EDC X9. It’s chambered in 9mm and is almost the same size as many popular Wonder Nines.


Ruger GP100 .44 Special

by G&A Staff 0

There is a renewed interest in revolvers as daily carry guns and as dependable camp guns. The GP100 in .44 Special fits the bill.


Beretta APX Review

by Eric R. Poole 0

Beretta’s MHS contender signifies a new era and is now available to civilians.


Smith & Wesson M&P45 Shield .45 ACP

by G&A Staff 0

A Shield with more powweeerrrr!

SIGSauer M17/M18

Exclusive Test Fire of the Army’s new MHS pistol, the SIG Sauer M17/18

by Eric R. Poole 0

Uncle Sam picks SIG Sauer’s P320. Did the best gun win?


Ed Brown Alpha Elite IPSC Edition Review

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Ed Brown has made a pistol suitable for competition to honor the 40th anniversary of IPSC, the IPSC Edition of the Alpha Elite.


Bond Arms Driving Holster Review

by Eric R. Poole 0

Sitting in any vehicle qualifies you as a target for carjacking. The unfortunate fact is that many who practice concealed… more »


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 »


Ruger Redhawk Revolver Review

by G&A Staff 12

Fans of the .44 Remington Magnum owe a debt to Elmer Keith. Keith was a cigar-smoking, Stetson-wearing westerner who first… 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 »


Ed Brown Special Forces 1911 Review

by G&A Staff 4

Experienced shooters who begin building their own guns almost always turn to expensive, exceptional products because they’ve already spent so… more »


People’s Pistol: HK VP9 Review

by Tom Beckstrand 10

Whenever I discover a new pistol on the market, I often wonder about the name or model number provenance. Manufacturers… more »


CZ 75 Tactical Sport Pistol Review

by G&A Staff 4

Every pistol has a defined purpose. Whether intended for concealed carry, law enforcement, hunting or, in this case, competition, handguns… more »


Springfield Armory XDs 4.0 Review

by G&A Staff 10

Friends, we are living in a golden age of concealed carry. States across the nation are being forced to ease… 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 »


Semper Fi: Colt M45A1 CQBP Marine Pistol Review

by Eric R. Poole 44

The M45A1 Close Quarters Battle Pistol (CQBP) was decided on July 20, 2012, from three submissions to a 2010 solicitation… more »


Diamondback DB-15 Review

by Tom Beckstrand 16

Readers who are big into airboats will probably recognize the name “Diamondback.” The company has been making airboats since 1989… more »


CZ P-09 Duty Review

by James Tarr 24

Back in 2009, Patrick Sweeney and I were wandering around a shooting event when Angus Hobdell from CZ-USA pulled us… more »


HK45 Tactical Review

by Tom Beckstrand 9

Contemporary HK polymer-frame pistols follow an evolutionary pattern. The introduction of a new design is followed by a compact version… more »


First Look: Taurus View Revolver

by Eric R. Poole 12

Precision instruments have nothing to hide. The new Taurus five-shot View is quite possibly the lightest .38 Special available. I’ve found… more »

CZ 97 B

CZ 97 B Review

by Patrick Sweeney 9

Sometimes I look at guns, shooting gear and extras, and I think, “What could have been ….” Back in the… more »


A Pair of Nines: Taurus CT9 Carbine & PT1911 9mm Review

by Patrick Sweeney 8

A bit more than 25 years ago I invented an “alternative division” in IPSC competition. Well, “I” in that I… more »


Nighthawk T4 Review

by Tom Marshall 3

What defines a premium 1911? For some, it’s masterful engraving and 24-karat accents. Functional shooters may measure it in group… more »


Iver Johnson Eagle LR Zombie Review

by Eric R. Poole 32

The reanimated Iver Johnson has made a statement with its recent introduction of the Eagle LR Zombie, a new .45-caliber… more »


Glock 20 Gen 4 Review

by Payton Miller 11

Since its introduction in 1983 in the star-crossed, CZ-75-inspired Bren Ten, the 10mm Auto cartridge has followed an all-too-familiar trajectory… more »

This innovative little .380 should take pole position in the small-and-sleek sweepstakes.

Beretta Pico Review

by G&A Staff 31

Introduced at the 2013 NRA Convention, Beretta’s new Pico is a very small concealed carry semi-auto initially chambered for the… more »


Colt Mustang XSP Review

by James Tarr 19

I’ve always been a fan of the .380 Colt Mustang, but by the time I had both the inclination and… 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 »

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