When it was issued to James Bond in 1962, the Walther PPK was the best around — the “American CIA” swore by it — but how does it hold up to today’s standards?
So what is one to do when they want a TT-33 Tokarev pistol in a common caliber? The answer comes from the China North Industries Corporation or Norinco.
Before AR vs. AK, 870 vs. 500 and 9mm vs 45 ACP were debated endlessly on forums and social media — there was Colt vs. Smith & Wesson.
The Detective Special is an old gun, yet it still manages to keep up in this world of wonder pocket pistols due to the demand for small pistols.
The Ruger P95 may no longer be in production, but they’re a common and inexpensive sight in stores. If you’re on a budget, the old P95 might be for you.
It’s amazing that the most popular rifle in the world — a gun that is used as an example of the cutting edge of technology — is more than a half century old
Remington is no stranger to John Browning’s masterpiece handgun, the 1911 pistol, and their R1 1911 handgun in .45 ACP is a testament to this.
She’s not the fastest, nor the prettiest, but the Berthier did job when she was called upon to do so. You can’t ask much more than that.
Although there are some who take the shooting world far too seriously, there are many…
These Chilean M1912s have a tremendous value as both an ersatz WW1 rifle and as one heck of a shooter thanks to the excellent 7x57mm cartridge.