As will happen when there is a ton of new products hitting the market, a few fly under the radar. Such was the case with this year's SHOT Show. So we've rounded up a few of the firearms that got away after their introduction a month ago.
When it comes to handguns at this year's SHOT Show there was a little something for everyone – whether concealed carry practitioner, hunter or competitor.
Smith & Wesson has updated its handgun catalog for 2015, adding a powerful new hunting revolver, along with suppressor-ready versions of their M&P line.
Colt has release its new pistols for 2015, which will be showcased at the 2015 SHOT Show. The lineup features a number of line extensions and the introduction of new chamberings of some of the company's more popular models.
Been in the market for a pistol? If so, Colt is giving shooters a pretty good reason to give them a nod. The iconic company is offering solid rebates on three models of their semiautomatic pistols.
When it comes to 9mm pistols, few guns have reached the heights of the Glock 19. Check out this video to see how the 4th generation of this futuristic handgun — which has been available long enough now to pass the test of time — performs on the range.
In Idaho, concealed carry has been a big driver for one retailer. Pistols in every shape and size have been flying off the shelves at Center Target Sports.
Given its wide fan base, nothing gets the gun community chattering like Glock. The Austrian-based manufacturer has tongues wagging presently over two new pistols set to be showcased at the SHOT Show.
The Model 1911 is perhaps one of the world's most popular pistols, having earned its stripes in some of the most brutal conflicts of the 20th Century. Now one manufacturer has introduced ammunition specifically tailored for top performance in the historic handgun.