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Whether selected by Joe Citizen for personal protection or by a peace officer for a "hide-out" or back-up firearm, the small handgun was common at the crime lab. The old term "vest pocket" aptly suggests the typical size.

Little Guns, Big Impressions

Allan Jones - May 10, 2011

Whether selected by Joe Citizen for personal protection or by a peace officer for a...

Model 1911 fans have waited a long time for Ruger to produce this classic pistol, and our technical editor says the wait was worth it.

Exclusive! Ruger's New 1911 vs. 1,500-Rounds

G&A Staff - May 09, 2011

Model 1911 fans have waited a long time for Ruger to produce this classic pistol, and our...

As with revolver ammo, sorted cases will give the best results...

Tips for Semiauto Pistol Reloading

Allan Jones - May 02, 2011

As with revolver ammo, sorted cases will give the best results...

I love the way this gun feels in my hand--sleek, comfortable, exceptionally well built, as any Colt would be.

Browning's Little Colts

Bart Skelton - April 29, 2011

I love the way this gun feels in my hand--sleek, comfortable, exceptionally well built, as any...

Federal's line of Premium handgun ammunition now includes hard-hitting and superbly accurate Swift A-Frame bullets.

Premium Performance Handgun Ammo

G&A Staff - April 29, 2011

Federal's line of Premium handgun ammunition now includes hard-hitting and superbly accurate...

Weatherby's .240 cartridge gets it done out where most 6mms can't.

The 6mm Solution

Joseph von Benedikt - April 22, 2011

Weatherby's .240 cartridge gets it done out where most 6mms can't.

Here's an objective look at the vaunted .30-caliber magnums.

Pros & Cons of the .300 Magnums

Layne Simpson - April 11, 2011

Here's an objective look at the vaunted .30-caliber magnums.

By this point, many readers may be wondering if ".41" is just a typo. At least some of you are asking just what is a .41 Special.

Ready For The .41 Special?

Lane Pearce - April 07, 2011

By this point, many readers may be wondering if ".41" is just a typo. At least some...

The ballistics lab I worked in loaded huge numbers of cartridges where every charge was weighed, not metered.

Digital Scales Exposed

Allan Jones - April 04, 2011

The ballistics lab I worked in loaded huge numbers of cartridges where every charge was...

Winchester has a unique solution to the ongoing trend of nonlead ammo. But our gunsmithing editor wanted to know how the new fodder would affect rifle bores, so he fired close to 2,000 rounds to find out.

Non-Lead Ammo: Good for Rifle Bores?

March 31, 2011

Winchester has a unique solution to the ongoing trend of nonlead ammo. But our gunsmithing...

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