Collapse bottom bar

Guns & Ammo Network

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.


Review: Kimber Super Jägare 10mm 1911

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

Appropriately named, Kimber’s special 10mm Super Jägare Model 1911 is set specifically for hunting big game.

Ruger LCPII .380

Review: Ruger LCP II .380

by Jake Edmondson 0

With the new LCP II, Ruger has improved the design, adding features that enhance performance.

The S&W .38 M&P Victory Revolver

S&W .38 M&P Victory Revolver

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

A wartime iteration of the superb .38 M&P, the Victory revolver proved to be an outstanding fighting sidearm.

In the .380’s favor for pocket carry or backup use are guns that are smaller and lighter than the smallest and lightest 9mms.
When both are fully loaded, Kimber’s Micro 380 (left) is 5.5 ounces lighter and half an inch shorter than the Micro 9 (right).

Why You Should Choose a .380 ACP Semiauto for Self-Defense

by Layne Simpson 0

As the old saying goes, a .380 in the pocket when something really bad happens is better than a .45 left at home.

The Auto-Ordnance 1911BKO resembles the military Model 1911A1, and it uses a 5.0-inch barrel, a standard recoil spring guide assembly, fixed sights, and brown plastic grip panels, although it has several differences from the original military 1911A1.

Auto-Ordnance’s 1911BKO .45ACP

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

Auto-Ordnance’s GI-style Model 1911BKO is a serviceable .45 ACP pistol with a great retail price.

The newest variation of Smith & Wesson’s classic .357 Magnum Model 66 has a 2.75-inch-long, two-piece barrel; black synthetic wraparound grips; an adjustable rear sight; a pinned-in red ramp front sight; a restyled cylinder release button; and an internal key locking system with the key slot located just above the cylinder release button.

S&W Model 66 2.75-inch .357 Magnum

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

The S&W Model 66 .357 Magnum K-Frame revolver is now offered with a 2.75-inch barrel. The gun is a double-action revolver with an adjustable rear sight.

back to top