Springfield Armory’s SA-35 is a modern take on a John Moses Browning classic.
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 Ruger MAX-9 holds true to the company's roots.
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.
The idea of a daily carry pistol is now so common that it passes without notice in many circles. As the weather gets hot, those who do everyday carry look to find something smaller and lighter.
In early 2020, Glock finally introduced a handgun chambered in the world’s most-popular cartridge: the .22 LR, giving us the Glock 44.
When you get a chance to review a Nighthawk pistol like the Counselor, you don’t say no. And so that is how I ended up testing the personal pistol of the Nighthawk’s CEO Mark Stone.
The .380 ACP is sometimes given short shrift. It isn’t a 9 mm, and to a lot of people that makes it puny. Maybe, but a .380 in your holster beats a 9 mm left at home.