The G34 was introduced in 1998, as a long-slide variant to the G17, and a replacement for the G17L. It was designed specifically to fit in the IPSC box that made the G17L obsolete.
We get the party started with the Rock River X-1 in .300 BLK.
The G26 and G27 were introduced at the same time in July, 1995. They were the first of the subcompact Glocks, often affectionately called “Baby Glocks.”
For many, AR sales have cooled off, but not for one Kansas gun seller.
A look at the other, more compact Glock 9mms and how they compare to the full-sized G17.
The author takes a look at a world-class AR pistol well-suited for home defense in this SIG P516 review.
Hot on the heels of offering upper receivers in .300 Blackout, Stag Arms is now offering complete carbines ready to chew through the round.
A look at revolvers that make great nightstand or full-blown, apocalyptic-scenario sidearms.
Pairing a modular design with top-class reliability, the new SIG Sauer MCX is ready for anything.