Revolvers and semiautomatics are very different beasts, though both are capable personal protection arms. The key to solving the semiautomatic vs. revolver debacle is knowing the differences and choosing what best fits your environment and needs.
The 9mm Sphinx SDP is a product of a desire to produce a world-class handgun, a goal that has been achieved.
The Christensen Arms 1911 in all-steel is an excellent pistol at a much lower price than the company’s titanium models.
In this Glock 42 review, Dave Workman concludes the little .380 ACP is a winner for concealed carry.
The Guncrafter CCO is a thoroughbred 1911 for everyday carry.
The new G41 Gen4 pistol gets everything out of the .45 ACP cartridge, concludes Dave Workman in this Glock 41 review.
The Boberg XR9-S looks kind of funny. The ejection port is situated rearward and the magazine looks backwards. But when you understand how it works, you realize this thing is the ideal concealed carry handgun.
Smooth shooting and beautifully engineered, the German-made Walther PPQ M2 handgun strikes the perfect balance between form and function.
FNH USA introduces a new, improved .45 for the civilian market. Gun Digest got the scoop on the FNX-45.