Stacatto Pistols

Review: Stacatto 2011 P Pistols

The Staccato 2011 has made the seemingly impossible journey from tournament winner’s circle to
duty holster.

CZ Scorpion 3 Plus Micro

Both the pistol itself and CZ’s tweaks demonstrate it’s the little things that matter.

FN High Power: A Classic Rebooted

The manufacturer of record of the vaunted Hi Power has now introduced the High Power—and more than just the spelling has changed.

TriStar American Classic II 1911 Review

I’ve always been a fan of the 1911. My grandfather had a six-digit serial number Colt 1911 from 1917, complete with the U.S. GI leather pouch with steel belt clip, that I would gawk at pretty much every time I went to visit.

Review: Springfield Armory SA-35 Pistol

When the folks at Springfield Armory mentioned that the company was working on a new pistol, I assumed it was going to be a line extension for the Hellcat or perhaps a new form of the XD platform. I could not have been more wrong.

Review: Wilson Combat eXperior Commander Double Stack

The original Colt Commander 9 mm was presented to the civilian buying public in 1950, the beginning of a decade noted for its perceived tranquility. Now in 2021, a year of record-breaking violence and civil unrest, Wilson Combat has released its eXperior Commander Double Stack, an upgraded version in every way to the original.

Review: Tisas 1911 Bantam Carry 45 Pistol

About the time of the 1911’s 100th birthday, we were solidly in the age of the polymer pistol. A decade later, subcompact polymer-pistols chambered in 9 mm have become the most popular handguns for self-defense.

Review: Browning 1911-380 Black Label Pro American Flag

I’m a believer in the old expression “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Browning apparently believes in it, too, because its newest downsized Black Label 1911 makes a fantastic first impression.

Review: Iver Johnson Eagle LR Special Pistol

Iver Johnson’s new pistol embodies the 21st century 1911.

Review: Springfield Armory Hellcat RDP Pistol

Springfield’s micro 9 mm gets an optics-ready face-lift aimed at the concealed-carry market.

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