Galco Now Making Holsters for Ruger EC9s

If you’re one of the many fans of the Ruger EC9s you’ll be happy to hear Galco is coming out with a selection of holsters for the pistol. (For those who don’t know, I’ll save you the Google search: the EC9s is a compact, striker-fired pistol chambered in 9mm with integral sights and a 7 […]

Gun Review: Smith & Wesson M&P380 SHIELD EZ – Take 2

For twenty years now I’ve looked for an arthritis sufferer-friendly pistol for my mom. Without the strength to rack a slide, she can’t operate semi-autos. Add to that her inability to pull a double-action revolver’s trigger — or even cock a revolver without significant difficulty — and her options are pretty limited. What’s more, she’s not […]

Obscure Object of Desire: The Soviet Stechkin

Developed in 1949, the Stechkin is a select-fire, straight blowback pistol in 9x18mm capable of firing 750 rounds per minute accurately out to a distance of 200 meters…or so it was claimed. Igor Stechkin, the inventor and namesake of the pistol, wasn’t a one-trick pony. In addition to this design, he created a variety of […]

Hands on with the Sig Sauer P320 X-Five

At a recent media event hosted by High Speed Gear and SIG SAUER, I had the chance to spend some quality time with the new SIG P320 X-Five SIG’s new five-inch competition gun featuring the improved X-Five trigger. I didn’t have enough time with the pistol do give it a full review so this mini review […]

New From CMMG: BANSHEE Line of ARs and DefCan Line of Suppressors

This morning, CMMG, a company well-known for unique AR-pattern rifles and .22 LR AR conversion kits, announced two new product lines: The BANSHEE line of ultra-compact factory SBRs and braced pistols have the shortest barrels CMMG offers in all of the available calibers, while the DefCan line keeps them quiet with lightweight suppressors for rifle, […]

Gun Review: Walther PPQ Sub-Compact 9mm

The Walther Polizei Pistole Quick Defense (PPQ) has gotten plenty of love from the TTAG staff. Several of our writers have reviewed different calibers of the pistol and each one of them has come away with the same, highly positive impression. And it’s no surprise that all the things we’ve liked so much in the […]

Martin Fry’s M1807/8 Flintlock Martial Pistol

While our country has had official arsenals for almost as long as we’ve been around (Springfield and Harpers Ferry were founded when George Washington was president), they didn’t always make all of the guns in-house. Often, the government contracted manufacture of the guns out to smaller, independent gunsmiths. Such was the case with the Model […]

Gun Review: Bersa Thunder 380 Concealed Carry

My first everyday all day gun was a 380 Colt Government. For a while, the .380 ACP was the cool guy’s gun. Small, discrete, and just powerful enough. Until it wasn’t powerful enough. Until apparently nothing less than a double stack 9mm could be trusted. Then, in 2008, that all changed . . . Ruger […]

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