The Guns.com team hit the showroom floor at the 42nd NASGW meeting and expo in New Orleans this week to scope out some of the latest offerings on hand.
Walther is announcing a new version of their PPQ M2 chambered for .45 ACP. The first batch is expected to hit stores October and it may sell out entirely.
Sturm, Ruger & Co. introduced a new rifle today that combines the company’s take of the AR-15 rifle and a takedown rifle — the Ruger SR-556 Takedown.
Davidson’s has partnered with Springfield Armory on their new, exclusive two-tone black and flat dark earth XD-S single-stack pistols for concealed-carry.
It’s hard to describe the Taurus Curve. Caught somewhere between a semi-auto and a revolver, this unique little gun is certainly causing a stir.
Taurus USA issued a recall of a recent batch of the new Taurus Curve, a pistol with a rounded center for easy concealment, for a missing engraving on the barrel.
A new take on an older gun that demands attention from anyone who carries a concealed weapon, the new and improved Springfield XD Mod.2 .45 ACP.
Promoting “confidence,” Glock introduced the new single-stack 9mm pistol called the G43 that fits all lifestyles.
Savage’s new A17 delayed-blowback semi-auto magnum rimfire rifle is now shipping. This new design was built from the ground up to handle high-pressure ammo.