1847 Colt Walker Named the ‘Official’ Handgun of Texas
Honoring Samuel Walker and the legendary Texas Rangers, the state of Texas named the 1847 Colt Walker the official handgun of Texas.
SIG P320 AXG Pro: Full-Size Pistol Blends Metal Frame With P320 Platform
With a metal frame, slide cuts and tons of enhanced features, the unique SIG P320 AXG Pro comes optics-ready and is built to run fast.
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Legendary Manurhin Revolvers Coming to US Market Thanks to Beretta
Originally built to arm special police and military units, Beretta has started importing 4- and 5.25-inch Manurhin revolvers from France.
Turnbull 1911 Black Army: WWI-Style Pistol Unveiled in Beautiful Variant
With a blackened finish right out of 1918, the World War I-era correct Turnbull 1911 Black Army pistol brings the Old Warhorse to life.
Christensen Arms Modern Precision Pistol Is a Compact, Folding Bolt-Gun
With a folding, SB Tactical stabilizing brace and short, carbon-fiber barrel, the Christensen Arms Modern Precision Pistol comes pack-ready.
Bushmaster Arm Pistol: Gwinn’s ’80s PDW That Was Nearly Awesome
Born out of a Colt effort to arm downed pilots, the Bushmaster Arm Pistol of the 1980s was a near-miss, and a precursor of what would come.
The Hickok: Taylor’s & Company Period Pistol Features Multiple Calibers
With a color-casehardened frame and blade front sight, the Hickok from Taylor's & Company delivers a slice of the Old West in two calibers.
Taylor’s & Company Ace: 1858 Remington-Based 3-inch Revolvers
With a steel frame, 3-inch barrel and brass features, the Taylor's & Company Ace, based on the 1858 Remington, brings Old West carry appeal.
The Nighthawk Shadow Hawk Gets a Long-Slide Model in .45 ACP & 10mm
With a 6-inch-long slide and chamberings in both 10mm and .45 ACP, the Nighthawk Shadow Hawk Long Slide is a beautiful, high-end 1911.