Senior Executive Editor Brian Sheetz was one of the first gun writers to test Browning's new 1911 .380 caliber pistol. Watch the video here.
This year, Ruger paired their classically styled No. 1-S Medium Sporter with a truly classic cartridge: the 9.3x62mm. How did it stack up when taken afield? Find out in this complete review from Keith Wood.
After a decade of waiting, a civilian-legal version of the Israel Defense Forces’ standard-issue rifle is finally available in the U.S., and the Tavor SAR may be the ultimate home-defense rifle.
Based on Ruger's quarter-century old design, this new revolver has been slicked up and tricked out for IDPA competition and self-defense.
We've all heard the many reasons for buying a new car—like why buy someone else's headache—but those do not generally apply to firearms.
If you’ve got the tools and the know-how, assembling and finishing your own blade may add extra joy to hunting season.
Though hundreds of collegiate pistol shooters took part in this year’s sectional matches, only 100 made the cut for the Intercollegiate Pistol Championships.
Oct. 1, 2013, was a bad day for Shaneen Allen—and for justice in New Jersey. As Ted Housel, the former prosecutor in Atlantic County, made clear: “She’s come underneath a very draconian law. Welcome to New Jersey.”