FN America just made concealed carry practitioners' choice of firearm more difficult. The company recently released a variation of its popular striker-fired pistol with the size and lines to stay undercover.
Your goal, should you ever need to shoot, is to get your attacker to stop. Grant Cunningham reveals what he thinks are the best calibers for self-defense to make sure that happens.
Our friend Jeff Quinn over at (www.gunblast.com) says he doesn't do many book reviews. But when he got his hands on a copy of the Gun Digest Shooter's Guide to Concealed Carry, written by Jorge Amselle, he felt a recommendation was in order.
The .380 has been a popular concealed carry option in recent years. And the market grew a little bit larger before the new year with Bersa introducing a polymer-framed model in the caliber.
True stories of everyday armed citizens taking action to defend themselves and others.
Why some guns can handle the pressure of +P ammunition and others cannot.
The Florida company goes big with its Diamondback FS Nine striker-fired semi-auto.
A gun store in the Magnolia State has had a run on high-end 1911 pistols. In particular, Sig Sauer's versions of the iconic handgun have been difficult to keep on the shelves.
If anyone knows revolvers it's Grant Cunningham. And the renowned instructor has whipped of a device, now being manufactured by CrossBreed, that makes toting extra ammo for a revolver a snap.