An assortment of rifles hang in a gun shop on Friday, Feb. 19, 2021, in Salem, Ore. So many people are buying guns in Oregon these days that the state police are often unable to complete background checks in time, allowing the sales to proceed if the deadline isn't met. A handful of Democratic lawmakers have now put forward a bill in the Oregon Legislature that would close this loophole. (AP Photo/Andrew Selsky)
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As we noted in our earlier post today, gun reviews have always been our most popular content and 2021 was no exception. Here are the gun reviews you read more than all others last year (whenever they may have originally been posted) . . .

No. 5 Gun Review: Taurus G2C 9mm Pistol

There’s nothing wrong with cheap and cheerful, which is exactly what this Taurus G2C review is about. The G2C is an inexpensive handgun, to be sure, but don’t write it off too hastily. It actually has a lot more to offer than you’d think . . . (read the full post here)

No. 4 Gun Review: Ruger LCP MAX 10+1 Round Pocket .380

If you know you’re headed for a gunfight, you bring a rifle. For daily concealed carry, though, we all compromise by carrying a gun that’s small enough to conceal without being too cumbersome or too uncomfortable. For me . . . (read the full post here)

No. 3 Gun Review: Heritage Rough Rider .22 Revolver

One day soon after purchasing my first gun, I was at a local sporting goods storing purchasing .22LR ammo when a Heritage Rough Rider caught my eye. I was interested in getting a handgun, and the price tag fit my college student budget a little easier than just about everything else on the shelf, so I decided to give it a try. I expected to have fun with it, but I certainly didn’t expect . . . (read the full post here)

No. 2 Gun Review: Tisas Zigana PX-9 9mm Pistol

Tisas Zigana PX-9 9mm
Virgil Caldwell for TTAG

Turkish firearms have long been popular, lower cost options for lots of gun buyers. Among the leaders in the Turkish gun making industry is Tisas. The company was founded in 1993 and they’ve have earned a good reputation for affordable and businesslike firearms based on proven designs . . . (read the full post here)

No. 1 Gun Review: S&W M&P9 Shield Plus

For nearly a decade now, Smith & Wesson’s M&P9 Shield has been one of the best, most popular micro-compact concealed carry pistols on the market, and for good reason. TTAG’s most recent Shield review was Dan’s 2018 test drive of the then-new 2.0 flavor, which earned a well-deserved four-and-a-half stars. And guess what? With the release of the M&P9 Shield Plus line . . . (read the full post here)

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23 COMMENTS

  1. My son bought a S&W M&P Shild 9mm a while back. It’s his primary. With support gear. I’ve shot it. It’s a good pistol.

    • I love my shield. I live in ol CA, so I can’t get the shield plus as its “unsafe”. Hoping the supremes will rescue we CA hostages from our camp guards and we can get our hands on a few “unsafe” guns. Ya know, the ones the cops can get no questions asked.

  2. That coincides with what I hear when at the gun shop or at Atwood’s. Everyone at the counter, even those who grew up on a farm or ranch, is asking for 9mm or .380 ACP ammunition.

  3. The next time someone complains TTAG is reviewing yet another plastic fantastic pistol, remember that there’s a thousand others that came to the site to read just that.

    • Plastic still sucks. It might work reliably. But aesthetically, it is low quality in that department. Old guns can be re-blued, re-finished, re-worked. Plastic guns cannot. When it’s worn out, damaged, or a plastic part broken – the trash can is it’s final destination.

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