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Review: Maxim PDX Pistol

The Maxim PDX line is, in many ways, the ultimate expression of the PDW concept. It’s a small, easy to handle AR-pattern firearm that uses either Maxim’s superb PDW brace in the pistol model or a collapsible stock when sold as a short barrelled rifle.

Why Was the Smith & Wesson Model 19 Revolver So Popular with Law Enforcement?

Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about one of his favorite sixguns, the Smith & Wesson Model 19.

I Carry: Taurus G3C TORO Optics-Ready Pistol in a DeSantis Holster

In today's episode, we have a new Taurus G3C TORO Optics-Ready pistol with a Swampfox Kingslayer red-dot sight carried in a DeSantis Holsters outside-the-waistband Veiled Partner holster.

10 Great Defense Loads for the 9 mm

David Workman takes a look at 10 great options for defense loads in 9 mm.

.380 ACP vs. .38 Special: Which is Better for Concealed Carry?

The .380 ACP and .38 Special both offer compact handgun options for defensive shooters. The question is, which is better for concealed carry?

Review: Heckler & Koch SP5K-PDW

Heckler & Koch is now importing the SP5K-PDW, a roller-delayed blowback pistol chambered in 9 mm.

First Shots: 3 Ring Silencer Corp. Uzi Suppressor

Anytime you have a chance to shoot a suppressed machine gun, take it. Ed Friedman recently shot Uzi's full auto suppressed with a 3 Ring Silencer Corp. silencer.

Review: Super Vel .38 Special +P Ammunition

Brad Miller reviews Super Vel's .38 Special +P load, which features a 90-grain Sierra JHP bullet.

The .380 ACP Made Better: Federal Hydra-Shok Deep & Punch Handgun Ammo

Richard Mann takes a look at two loads from Federal Premium that deliver excellent penetration and expansion from the .380 Auto.

Review: Heckler & Koch SP5 Pistol

The semi-automatic SP5 pistol doesn’t just look like an MP5, it’s an authentic Heckler & Koch.

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