In this Gun Digest handgun review, Mark Kakkuri looks at the Colt Lightweight Commander – a classic, capable and concealable 1911.
In this Gun Digest handgun review, Mark Kakkuri reviews the FNH FNX 9mm – an American-made pistol from a venerable European gunmaker.
In 2010, the Glock 19 was Glock’s best selling gun, commercially. Now in its fourth generation and still widely regarded for its reliability and durability the midsize 19 remains a very popular choice for concealed carry, target shooting at the range, and home defense. The differences between the four generations of Glock 19s include grip [...]
How to hand stipple the stocks of your polymer-framed pistol for a better grip.
Always bring a gun to a gunfight. That’s just one reason why someone would want to pack this newly-designed PT .25 PLY auto from Taurus.
Ask virtually any handgun enthusiast to describe a Glock pistol and you’ll invariably hear words such as simple, reliable, and rugged. With Glock’s insatiable quest for perfection, the Gen 4 redesign acheived what we all thought was impossible: An improvement on that legendary perfection.
With the firearms industry still enjoying the residual effects of the sales frenzy that started with the election of Barack Obama, firearms auctioneers generally report good overall sales in the firearms auctions business despite a struggling economy. The items that sell in firearms auctions, however, are not typical of what’s selling across the firearms industry.
As the economy continues to struggle, some are buying gold, others silver. But the area that is truly thriving is firearm auctions.
Gun sales skyrocketed after the November 2008 presidential election. Are things finally cooling down?