While the vast majority of us are not licensed gunsmiths, we can still master some simple “home gunsmithing” tasks. Here are some tools you will need.
I really wanted to like this gun, but it’s now my opinion that the BP9 CC comes in two varieties—lemon or lemonade—with no room in between.
If you could only own one revolver, the Smith & Wesson Model 60 in .357 should absolutely be on your shortlist of candidates.
It’s not winning any awards for its pizazz or looks, the Sticky Holster’s strength lies in versatility and its price tag.
At the behest of a reader who is planning ahead for a just-born child, Guns.com looks at some of the best options for a first rifle for a youngster.
Meet The Well-Armed Woman belly band holster—a concealed carry rig that as far as I can tell (and despite the name) has something to offer men and women.
A sassier twist on the classic derringer, the Mama Bear by Bond Arms, is a California approved pistol with attitude.
The SR-556E is a tough, reliable gun at a reasonable price point for all-around use for a casual shooters like me, but if you plan on customizing, move on.
Beyond the fact that it’s one of the coolest looking guns in history, here are five perfectly valid reasons why the PPK/S’s time isn’t up quite yet for EDC.
It wasn’t long after buying my HK VP9, before the search was on for the perfect accessories—which soon morphed into the search for “good-enough” accessories.