Beretta M9

Beretta Ships Last M9 to U.S. Military

The first week of September closed a chapter on small arms for the United States military, as Beretta USA shipped its last M9 to the U.S. Military. 

Surviving Ammogeddon: Low-Round-Count Training

Given today’s restrictive ammunition shortages, how can you best utilize your time and limited resources to maintain and even further develop your shooting skills? The short answer is to train smart by optimizing your firearms training.

Ammunition Selection and Shot Placement Matter

A gunfight more than a century and a half ago stresses the importance of ammunition and shot placement.

Complacency Can Get You Killed

There is no such thing as being too prepared for the worst.

The History Behind Glock Clone Pistols

Glock’s remarkable popularity has led to an aftermarket where non-Glock, Glock-based pistols are now a thing.

SIG Sauer Experience Center to Feature 30-Lane Indoor Range

Range Systems will be providing range equipment for the new state-of-the-art, 30-lane indoor range that will be part of the new SIG Sauer Experience Center at the SIG Sauer Academy in Epping, NH.

Fightin' Iron: The History of the Combat Commander

Even great military service pistols go though a form of evolution.

Winchester Issues Ammo Recall for Select 9 mm Loads

A recall of some 9 mm 115-grain FMJ and 115-grain JHP loads manufactured by Olin Winchester has been issued, and it includes a few cartridges sold under the Herter’s label.

Bergara Rolls Out New Premier Competition Rifle

Bergara and CVA showcased their latest guns during a Long Shot Tour event this month, but it was the Premier Competition Rifle that attracted the bulk of attention.

How to Hone Your Handgun Skills

You have been told that repetition is the secret to improving your skills and maintaining the edge that satisfies the goals you have set for yourself.

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