Taurus has done it again. This innovative Brazilian company revolutionized personal defense handguns when it introduced the big-bore Judge in 2010. This year they’ve provided us with a whole new “curve” on deep concealment .380s.
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.
Ruger introduced its competitive model of the GP100 a year ago and has been quick to update the revolver. The Match Champion now boasts adjustable rear sights, which should help its accuracy, no matter the ammo.
Ruger has never shied away from unique firearms designs – the 22 Charger is an example. And the rimfire pistol has returned in all its glory, now available in two models to suit nearly any plinking need.
Ruger’s decision to pull the Super Redhawk (SRH) in .480 Ruger from production several years back sent a shockwave through the ranks of .480 aficionados across the land. But now the big bore is back — with a vengeance. Max Prasac has the Ruger .480 Super Redhawk review.
The UZI is among the most unmistakeable firearms in the world. And fans of the petite pistol need to keep their eyes on the 2015 SHOT Show, where two semiautomatic versions will be introduced to US shooters.
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.
The Florida company goes big with its Diamondback FS Nine striker-fired semi-auto.
CMMG's Mk47 Mutant is an intriguing rifle, marrying AR and AK. But does the gun live up to its billing? Rob Pincus puts it through its paces and gives it a thumbs up.