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FN 509 Pistol

Review: FN 509 Pistol

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 0

There’s more than one way to be a winner; FN’s offering in the Modular Handgun Program has charms all its own.

The 17L (top) is physically Glock’s largest 9mm, while the Glock 19 has been its biggest-selling 9mm. This G19 is a Davidson’s Gallery of Guns exclusive.

Glock’s Biggest 9mms

by James Tarr 0

James Tarr examines Glock’s two “biggest” 9mm pistols—the Glock 19 and the Glock 17L.

Steel-framed guns, personified by this 1911, make up a large percentage of handguns sold in this country, but they are all old designs. Tarr feels that all the innovation is happening on the polymer side of the house, and polymer-framed handguns are not just the present, but also the future.

A Look At The Future Of Handgun Materials

by James Tarr 0

In a world full of plastic-framed guns, what good is metal?

Can a Glock pistol effectively fill the role of a Personal Defense Weapon? Perhaps says Fortier, if it is outfitted with a shoulder stock or CAA’s Micro Roni.

Glock With A Stock

by David Fortier 0

Can a Glock pistol also act as a PDW, or is that reaching too far?

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Favorite Guns I Never Shoot

by James Tarr 0

We all seem to accumulate guns we rarely use. But parting with them seems impossible. Here are a few in the Tarr collection.

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SIG P320XF-9 VTAC

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 0

SIG employees were in a celebratory mood at this year’s SHOT Show, since it had just been announced that the… more »

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Review: Citadel M-1911 A1-FS 9mm

by David Hunter Jones 0

In Firearms News issue No. 7, I wrote a story about American Tactical’s FXH-45 polymer-framed 1911. I was thinking I’d… more »

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CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1Carbine

by James Tarr 0

It was not quite two years ago that CZ introduced the pistol version of the new CZ Scorpion EVO to… more »

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The Era of the Classic Snubnose Revolver

by Peter G. Kokalis 0

Double-action revolvers are a long way from moribund. They still have their aficionados and lethal applications. I still frequently carry… more »

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Review: Steyr L40-A1

by James Tarr 0

I freely admit that I am a child of Hollywood, and first became aware of the iconic Steyr AUG due… more »

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