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SIG SAUER’s modular P320 (under its military designation of M17) won the prestigious Modular Handgun System contract in 2017.

Review: SIG SAUER P320

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Is SIG’s P320 modular pistol the best polymer-framed high-capacity sidearm ever designed?

New-Handguns-2018

New Handguns in 2018

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Here is the lowdown on the most interesting new handgun introductions of 2018.

While it’s not a large cartridge, the .32 H&R Magnum is extremely pleasant to shoot and useful when loaded with a good bullet.

The .32 H&R Magnum – Still Worthy Of The “Magnum” Moniker

by Shooting Times Online Editors 0

The .32 H&R Magnum may be small in terms of bullet diameter, but its performance is worthy of the “magnum” moniker.

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Ruger’s Original Security Series

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

Ruger’s original Security Series hand-guns were six-shot .357 Magnum double-action revolvers in blued steel and satin stainless steel.

Ruger's reputation for producing good, rugged, and reliable guns is unsurpassed. The brand-new Security-9 is built to carry on that tradition.

Ruger Security-9 Up Close

by Jake Edmondson 0

Ruger’s reputation for producing good, rugged, and reliable guns is unsurpassed. The brand-new Security-9 is built to carry on that tradition.

The graceful SIG P210 pistol has been called "a tactically perfect pistol." The new P210 target is more elegant and has a greater accuracy potential.

Review: The SIG P210 Target

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

The graceful SIG P210 pistol has been called “a tactically perfect pistol.” The new P210 target is more elegant and has a greater accuracy potential.

Although long discontinued, Ruger's first double-action revolver is still an excellent shooting tool.

Review: Ruger Security Six

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Although long discontinued, the Ruger Security Six is still an excellent shooting tool.

The Dan Wesson Specialist Commander comes with a 4.25-inch, match-grade barrel; a stainless-steel bushing; a long, solid aluminum trigger; a combat-type rear sight with a single tritium dot; a post front sight with one tritium dot; and G10 grip panels.

Review: Dan Wesson Specialist Commander .45 ACP

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

The Dan Wesson Specialist Commander 1911 has a match-grade 4.25-inch barrel. You can have the pistol chambered for .45 ACP or 9mm

erry’s choice for a dangerous-game backup gun is his .44 Magnum S&W Mountain Gun. Tucked in a behind-the-hip holster, it is always on his belt, always available, yet out of the way. Carrying it has become as natural as wearing boots.

My Choice For A Dangerous Game Backup Gun

by Shooting Times Online Editors 0

The most important quality in a firearm for dangerous game – even more important than functioning reliability – is having it in your hands when you need it.

The polymer-frame, striker-fired, 17-round FN 509 9mm pistol was designed to compete in the U.S. Army’s Modular Handgun System trials, and it’s now available to civilians.

Review: FN 509 9mm

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

The 9mm FN 509 stands among an elite group of the best-designed polymer-frame, high-capacity pistols available.

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