It seems New England is no different than anywhere else in the country, at least for one retailer. Rimfire guns and ammo just keep flying off the shelves.
One of the most timeless handguns produced has found a dedicated audience in Missouri, with Remington's version of the 1911 flying off the shelves of one gun store.
At one time, small collectable revolvers did not demand much on the market. But that trend has reversed itself at one Florida auction house, where petite wheelguns have been a hot item.
The Glock 42 in .380 ACP is the firm’s first attempt at a pocket pistol, and it’s also the first American-made Glock.
It's been a little over a year since concealed carry became legal in Illinois. Since, one retailer has seen one pistol in particular gain favor with CCW permit holders.
The .327 Federal Magnum definitely packs a punch when it comes to revolver rounds. And it appears to be a dandy choice of caliber to make Ruger's new Single Seven a hard-hitting wheelgun.
When it comes to 9mm pistols, few guns have reached the heights of the Glock 19. Check out this video to see how the 4th generation of this futuristic handgun — which has been available long enough now to pass the test of time — performs on the range.
The space-age LCR is Ruger’s latest revolver, one that’s a marvel in design and modern materials. The letters LCR stands for “Lightweight Compact Revolver.”
Colt sponsored shooter Mark Redl has been on a roll this season and kept it going recently in Harvard, Mass. Redl earned first place Aug. 17 in the Custom Defensive Pistol Division at the New England Regional IDPA Championship.