Gun Digest author Kevin Muramatsu suggests most gunsmithing can be done with a handful of useful tools. The tools he lists may not be the ones you're expecting.
Smith & Wesson Corporation recently received contracts from the Massachusetts State Police and the Vermont State Police for new duty firearms from the M&P Pistol Series.
This versatile handgun provides in one package a duty pistol, a back-up or concealed carry pistol and, if you so choose, a fine tool for use in IDPA or other practical shooting competitions.
Just in time for the gift-giving season, we're giving away a "Great Guns 2012 Daily Calendar" to two lucky winners!
Here's your chance to enjoy a celebration of the first century of the 1911, a pistol that is currently more popular than ever, in "1911, The First 100 Years," written by Patrick Sweeney.
With such an enthusiastic response to the Massad Ayoob book giveaway, we decided to choose two winners instead of one.
I've always enjoyed Massad Ayoob's writing, and the manuscript for his soon-to-be-released book (Combat Shooting with Massad Ayoob) does not disappoint.
Imagine a 9mm Parabellum pistol that is lighter and as small or smaller than most .32 ACP pocket pistols. Want one? Well, you can have one – because that is just what the Kel-Tec PF-9 is.
Solid on performance and reasonably priced, Ruger's P345 is not new but it is an autoloader any serious handgunner should check out.