Firearm and gun reviews from Gun Digest, reviewing the newest rifles shotguns handguns accessories and more.
In this Gun Digest handgun review, Mark Kakkuri looks at the Colt Lightweight Commander – a classic, capable and concealable 1911.
Gun review of the versatile Rossi Wizard, a unique multi-gun you can change from .22LR to .243 to .50 caliber muzzleloader!
With the holidays behind us, let’s get back to some good, old-fashioned gun writing. Here’s a look back to 1970, with a gun review of Smith & Wesson’s bolt rifles, from Bob Wallack in the 1970 “Gun Digest.”
This semi-auto .22LR rifle takes rimfire accuracy to the next level.
Dave Workman does a handgun review of the Ruger Single Nine, a stainless beauty long overdue for fans of single-action revolvers and the hot .22 magnum rimfire round.
In this Gun Digest handgun review, Mark Kakkuri reviews the FNH FNX 9mm – an American-made pistol from a venerable European gunmaker.
Back in the 1957 edition of “Gun Digest,” Col. Charles Askins wrote a gun review for the 44 Magnum. It occurs to me that some of us may not have been around to read it then, and it might be fun to introduce new readers to this classic “Gun Digest” material. And for those who were around for the initial publication, perhaps you’ll enjoy taking another look.
As importers and manufacturers go, Century is one of the biggies, if not the biggest, maker of AK-47s today. Patrick Sweeney takes a look at the Centurion 39.
Chambered for the potent .45 ACP, the Kahr P45 and its variations, the PT45 and CW45, are very good striker-fired handguns. The Kahr P45 has a polymer frame that is textured all around the grip for a firm hold that grips well even in the damp Pacific Northwest, where my co-worker Thomas McKiddie [...]
By Hal Herring In JKD, one does not accumulate but eliminate. It is not daily increase but daily decrease. The height of cultivation always runs to simplicity. The height of cultivation is really nothing special. It is merely simplicity; the ability to express the utmost with the minimum. It is the halfway cultivation that [...]