Last year, Smith & Wesson added an integral mounting system for optical reflex sights and designated the guns as C.O.R.E models, the acronym indicating Competition Optics Ready Equipment. Dick Jones reviews the Smith & Wesson M&P Pro C.O.R.E..
Breda is back in the US and is hitting the market with a new semi-auto clays gun that appears to be an eye-catcher in design and performance.
Watch the violent and amazing process Ruger’s barrels go through as they are cold hammer forged.
The new addition to the popular pistol line gives shooters a heck of an option for training and plinking.
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.
Usually an engraved 1911 can break the bank. But S&W is making adding an embellished version of the iconic pistol much easier on the pocketbook.
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.”
Glock’s G40 Gen4 MOS proves that adding a reflex sight to a high-capacity, high-power handgun doesn’t have to be a costly, cumbersome ordeal.
Browning’s new X-Bolt Varmint Stalker is tailored to tackle everything from hogs to prairie dogs.