Firearm and gun reviews from Gun Digest, reviewing the newest rifles shotguns handguns accessories and more.
As a low-cost training option, trail companion or plinker the GSG-1911 is a reliable little pistol faithful to its big brother the .45 ACP. Scott Wagner provides a 1911 review of this affordable pistol.
Imagine a 9mm Parabellum pistol that is lighter and as small or smaller than most .32 ACP pocket pistols. Want one? Well, you can have one – because that is just what the Kel-Tec PF-9 is.
Back in the game, Remington returns to the 1911 with the R1. Save for the sights and a few bright metal areas at the muzzle and trigger, the R1 is a dead ringer for that first 1911 the Doughboys carried to WWI.
Designed as a defensive handgun, the Governor is a handy little small-game getter, too.
There’s nothing more fun than shooting a .22 that’s accurate, reliable, and attractive.
Patrick Sweeney looks at the Ruger AR, aka the SR556. Even a few years ago, this would have been unthinkable.
For a beginning muzzleloader, the Optima Pro makes a good impression in the field.
Solid on performance and reasonably priced, Ruger’s P345 is not new but it is an autoloader any serious handgunner should check out.
The first thing you notice about the Rock River Arms LAR-8 Elite Operator is that you have a stout yet maneuverable rifle in your hands. True it is heavier than a .223 version, but it is well balanced and easy to handle.
Gun Digest editor Dan Shideler reviews the Rossi/Taurus Circuit Judge – a revolving carbine/shotgun that’s a hoot to shoot.