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.
There are reasons why autoloaders are more popular than revolvers today. However, many fail to maximize semi-auto handgun performance by overlooking firepower and shootability.
There are plenty of ways to augment a Glock collection without having to make room in a gun safe. One of the coolest is hunting down the first American review of the company's iconic Glock 17.
When it comes to pistol ammo, there is perhaps no more renowned cartridge than the .45 ACP. The heavy round earned its stripes and grew in popularity after nearly three-quarters of a century of service as the U.S. Military's sidearm.
The all new, striker-fired Ruger LC9s features a short, light, crisp trigger pull for faster shooting and improved accuracy. Its slim, lightweight design provides compact personal protection.
Perhaps more than any other handgun introduction in 2014, this one caught the attention of concealed carry fans everywhere. In this Glock 42 review, Dick Jones gives his impression.
A range test with three popular striker-fired pistols - Glock 17, Smith & Wesson M&P and Springfield XDm - reveals how this design became a winner.
Ruger has continued to expand its Lightweight Compact Pistol line with the addition of the LC9s. The handgun boasts all the popular features of its predecessors, but with a striker-fired system.