Combat Handguns Top Handguns of 2013
Combat Handguns Top Handguns of 2013

Combat Handguns’ Top Handguns of 2013 Infographic

Combat Handguns Top Handguns of 2013 Infographic roundup of some of our, and your, favorites - from concealed carry pocket pistols to duty weapons!

As readers of Tactical-Life.com know, 2013 was a banner year for handguns, with manufacturers releasing innovative, accurate and reliable revolvers and autopistols of varying shapes, sizes and purposes. What follows is a visual roundup of some of the favorites — the power-packing FNH FNX-45, the Marine-grade Colt M45 CQBP, the Navy SEAL-born Sig Sauer M11-A1, the ultra-efficient Ruger SR45, the heavy-duty Steyr L9-A1, the bang-for-your-buck SCCY CPX-2, the easy-shooting Kahr CW380, the ultra-concealable Beretta Pico and the hugely popular Glock 30S. We’ve run the gamut, from .45-caliber battle pistols to 9mm self-defenders to .380-chambered micro-pistols ideally suited for deep-cover concealed carry. The stats differ, but the common thread is clear: All nine are outstanding handguns. Scroll down to see the infographic!

Take a look—and to learn more, get yourself a subscription, digital or print, to Combat Handguns magazine, your home for full-fledged gun reviews of not only the nine guns pictured below, but also every other pistol of potential import to the serious self-defending citizen.

Read the complete article here! http://www.tactical-life.com/Combat-Handguns/Top-10-Guns-of-Combat-Handguns-for-2013/

Top Handguns of 2013 Infographic (click for full size)

Combat Handguns Top Handguns of 2013 Infographic

Combat Handguns Top Handguns of 2013 Infographic

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  • Big G in Big D

    Still love the 1911. Just got me a Colt Combat Commander made in 1973…sweet thing.

  • tyler

    weird..i didnt know my glock was double action only…

    • Steven

      The way it operates is, but it’s a weird function unlike other guns, with its 5.5 pound trigger. Trigger cocks remaining internal parts before firing.

    • Steven

      It’s not that weird though, most striker fired guns are listed this way and operate similar.