2019 Handgun of the Year: SIG Sauer P365

Because of its unique design, which increased the capacity of the small, subcompact 9 mm pistol concept, the SIG Sauer P365 won our Handgun of the Year award for 2019.

New for 2019: Mossberg MC1SC

Coming from a company known for shotguns and rifles, Mossberg’s new MC1SC subcompact pistol should turn heads.

Shooting Illustrated's 2019 Golden Bullseye Awards

The votes are in, and the winners of the 2019 Golden Bullseye Award from Shooting Illustrated are...

Review: SIG Sauer P365 Micro Compact

Deemed a "Micro Compact" concealed-carry gun, the SIG Sauer P365 is deceptively capacious. See how it works in our review.

Fightin' Iron: The Origin of Semi-Auto Tactical Rifles

The versatility commonly seen in today’s semi-automatic firearms used by SWAT teams and civilians alike can be traced to two favorite law-enforcement guns from the past.

Review: Steyr L9-A1 Pistol

Steyr’s famous low bore axis and trapezoidal sights have generated legions of loyal fans. The company’s latest duty-size L9-A1 pistol is sure to expand those ranks.

Review: Kimber Micro 380

Kimber’s 1911s are among the best factory versions of John Browning’s crowning achievement, but a .45 ACP handgun can be difficult to conceal. The Kimber Micro .380 ACP solves that problem.

Review: Beretta Pico .380 ACP Pistol

The Beretta Pico .380 ACP pistol might be small, but thanks to a modular design based on a subchassis to which all other parts attach, it is big on ergonomics and customization for concealed carry.

Review: Walther CCP

The Walther CCP is a concealed-carry handgun that operates via a system that sets it apart from its competition, and it runs flawlessly.

Review: Walther PPQ M2 Pistol

The Walther PPQ M2 provides an excellent platform for a home-defense or duty pistol, thanks to its ergonomic design and sights made for the fast pace of combat.

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