H&K USP

Why Choose A Double Action Only Pistol?

Converting a DA/SA pistol like the H&K USP to Double Action Only (DAO) typically requires the installation of proprietary parts. Having a certified armorer or qualified gunsmith do the work ensures the gun’s safety and reliability.

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Just because single-action, semi-automatic technology is more than a century old doesn’t necessarily mean it’s outdated.

Review: Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider Tactical Cowboy Revolver

It’s important to remember that shooting is fun; and this is just the pistol to remind us of that fact.

Springfield Armory Prodigy

Has the combination of firepower and accuracy ever fallen out of fashion?

Tech Wisdom: 45 ACP Revolver Conversion Cylinders

I am hopelessly enamored with .45-caliber, single-action revolvers, especially those that accommodate the .45 ACP cartridge for everyday use, plinking and informal target shooting. My hands appreciate the reduced recoil of the .45 ACP as opposed to the heavier loads I use in the .45 Colt cartridge for hunting as well.

The CSX: Smith & Wesson’s New… Single Action?

I’m not going to lie; when I saw the press release from Smith & Wesson about its new CSX pistol, I was skeptical. At a time when the polymer-frame, striker-fired, micro-9 mm double-stack pistol was conquering the landscape, Smith & Wesson launched the CSX, a metal-frame, single-action-only handgun.

Ruger Wrangler With Birdshead Grip

Ruger expanded its Wrangler line of single-action revolvers to include models with a birdshead grip.

Review: Korth Mongoose Revolver

The Korth marque may be alien to most American firearm enthusiasts, but the German company’s revolvers are among the finest firearms on the planet.

New for 2022: Heritage Mfg. Rough Rider TC

While one might not expect to find a threaded muzzle, Picatinny rail and fiber-optic sights on an Old West-style, single-action revolver, that's exactly what Heritage Manufacturing did with its new Rough Rider TC (Tactical Cowboy).

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.

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