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PUBLISHED: Wednesday, December 27, 2017 -

On the not-so-fun days, I sort of pine for the good old times of blued steel and walnut. Then there are the days when I see new and interesting stuff. The day I first shot Bond Arms’ new Bullpup9 was one of those better days. Okay, we all carry all the time, right? Actually, no. […]

PUBLISHED: Thursday, September 22, 2016 -

BETWEEN 1852 AND 1868, A PINT-SIZE percussion pistol, the Philadelphia Deringer, was produced by gunsmith Henry Deringer. Because Deringer failed to patent his design, copies flooded the market, including coun­terfeits bearing his proofmark. Those copies were called derringers; the additional “r” was a misspelling. Today the derringer is often associated with gunslingers of the Old […]

PUBLISHED: Monday, October 1, 2012 -

by B. Gil Horman | September 25, 2012 When looking at the diverse selection of defensive handguns available on the market today, shooters tend to divide the playing field into “good” guns and “bad” guns. The good ones are reliable, shoot well and fill the buyer’s needs. The bad ones are inaccurate, dysfunctional or just […]


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