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Standing Watch: STI Sentinel Premier

STI's Sentinel Premier refuses to falter, even after being forced to digest 1,650 rounds.

Wilson Combat Spec-Ops 9

In a life full of changes, it's nice to know one company's innovation shows, year after year.

Getting in to Practical Shooting

"Top Shot" contestant, blogger, radio host and competitive shooter Caleb Giddings gives advice on how to start in Practical Shooting—a must read for anyone looking to improve their shooting skills.

SIG Sauer Revolution C3

Since Sig Sauer (formerly SIGARMs) jumped into the M1911 business, its line has expanded considerably. Intended for concealed carry and close defensive use, the Revolution C3 is the smallest variant of its M1911-style pistols.

Kel-Tec PF-9 Pistol

Kel-Tec has developed a reputation for innovative and affordable firearm designs. Its new PF-9, a polymer-and-steel pistol chambered in 9 mm, is designed to fill a niche in Kel-Tec's line between its P-3AT (a single-stack, 8.3-ounce .380 ACP) and its P-11 (a double-stack, 14-ounce 9 mm), and it is a hybrid of the two designs.

Walther PPS

To me, the Walther PPS looks like something from a James Bond movie. It's thin and compact, black and covert with a utilitarian, mean appearance.

Law Enforcement Trade-in Pistols

When I have been asked this question by acquaintances, I have suggested they consider law enforcement (LE) trade-in pistols. My reasoning is, by the nature of their duties and the research and testing resources available to the departments that select them, pistols formerly used by LE organizations can easily fit all the above-mentioned criteria.

GTUL Glock Magazine Cleaning Tool

Glock magazines can be difficult to disassemble for cleaning. Thanks to the GTUL, that is no longer the case.

C.O. Arms AWP Extreme Combat

Despite being very long in the tooth—that means old for you Generation Z folks—the 1911 platform is still one of the most popular pistols in the United States.

Olympic Arms K8 Magnum Targetmatch

The AR-15 and the .223 Rem. cartridge are as indelibly linked as bread and butter. But like butter in this cholesterol-phobic world, the cartridge has its critics, including me. (Photos by Bryce M. Towsley)

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