Stacatto Pistols

Review: Stacatto 2011 P Pistols

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

Review: Beretta 1301 Competition Shotgun

A scattergun that can serve a number of purposes.

Review: SIG P322

Rimfire firearms don’t immediately come to mind when one thinks of SIG Sauer, a company that prides itself on its tactical guns. But while .22 LR firearms aren’t a major part of SIG’s DNA, it hasn’t ignored them, either.

Review: Ruger SFAR

Ruger’s newest rifle combines a 7.62 NATO chambering with an AR-15-size platform to create what might be the ultimate sport-utility rifle.

Review: Armscor STK100

The STK100 mates a striker-fired system to a full-size aluminum frame, creating a surprisingly happy marriage.

Fightin' Iron: Those German Semi-Automatic Pistols

There are gun collectors who admire the craftsmanship and ingenuity of arms from other countries.

Semi-Auto Ascendancy: The Savage Renegauge Security

For tactical use, a semi-automatic shotgun is a superior platform to a pump action, and the new Savage Renegauge is excellent evidence for that statement.

Ruger LC Carbine Review

Straddling the line between a pistol and a home-defense rifle, Ruger’s newest addition to its 5.7x28 mm line is a great choice for personal protection.

Is There Still A Place For The Single Action Pistol?

Just because single-action, semi-automatic technology is more than a century old doesn’t necessarily mean it’s outdated.

CZ Scorpion 3 Plus Micro

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

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