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.”
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.
Want to start a lively debate the next time you’re at the range? Toss this one out: revolver or semi-auto for concealed carry? Whew, hold on tight!
The July 17, 2014 issue of Gun Digest the Magazine is (almost) all ARs! Features articles look at 3 New Rock River ARs, the SIG Tactical Hybrid 556xi, Ruger SR-762, Colt AR-15A4, and much, much more!
Renowned firearms expert Massad Ayoob explores the ins and outs of the design and operation of various SIG-Sauer pistols in The Gun Digest Book of SIG-Sauer, 2nd Edition, the latest offering from Gun Digest Books.
For years now, traditional double action police service pistols such as the SIG P-series have been pushed out of the spotlight by polymer-frame, striker fired pistols, a revolution begun by Glock. Now, SIG has met the striker-fired polymer pistols on their own turf with the new SIG P320.
From Concealed Carry for Women, author Gila Hayes explores some of the many semi-automatic pistols sold, summarizing their various options and how they operate.
Chambered for NAA’s proprietary bottleneck cartridges, these souped-up pocket pistols can be upgraded with a variety of custom features.