The Hi Power is a classic that didn’t get much updating in its heyday. Girsan has brought it up to 21st century standards.
The DS Prodigy provides the same magazine capacity as most striker-fired polymer pistols; however, it also provides the familiarity–and much-better trigger–of the 1911.
The Bravo Company RECCE-7, an AR-15 pistol chambered in .300 Blackout, is a fun range gun and a serious defensive tool.
Springfield Armory’s SA-35 is a modern take on a John Moses Browning classic.
Nighthawk Custom is known for quality. Its new T4 has many details to please those who would like to carry its functional and elegant guns.
A relatively new Austrian upstart seems to be taking all the glory lately, but when it comes to self-loading pistols, FN has been at it the longest, starting with the Browning-design Model 1899.
Like the Tardis in “Dr. Who,” it’s bigger on the inside.
The early 1970s were a different time. While the new .223 Remington cartridge was gaining ground, Bill Ruger had no interest in making a rifle that was a clone of—or anything like—the AR-15.
As an affordable, everyday-carry pistol, the SCCY CPX-2 has much to offer and should be on your short list of options.
The Taurus G3 was the start of a new lineup. A duty-sized pistol, it was just the item you needed for a daily holster-carry sidearm. But those who prefer a more-compact version are now all set with the G3c.