Reviews

The Colt 1851 Navy Revolver, the author’s favorite percussion revolver. (Photo: Terril James Halbert/Guns.com) In my Top 5 Percussion Revolvers, I listed the Colt 1851 Navy on top of that rather subjective list. Percussion revolvers and millennials don’t usually go together, but in my case I have owned and shot Colt Navy pistols more frequently
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The Gen. 5 Glock 19 alongside the Scorpion. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) StealthGear USA first made waves in the holster world with its Ventcore style holsters. Since then the company has continued to innovate on that platform, offering multiple products to satisfy a plethora of consumers. Most recently StealthGear USA, better known as SGUSA, introduced a
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In addition to offering a flared magwell, the Gen 5 magazine, bottom, offer an orange follower instead of the black Gen 4 style, top. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) Glock announced its Gen 5 series in Fall 2017, much to the delight of Glock fans everywhere. Adding a new lineup to its already popular series of polymer
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Introduction John Browning would be proud if he could see how Kimber has improved his basic design since it first saw action in 1911. The Kimber Gold Combat RL II is still the Browning basic handgun that he designed and it is not only aesthetically pleasing but operates as a modern tactical 1911 should, smoothly
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Here’s one certain truth—if you’re shopping Guns.com Mother’s Day Gift Guide for your mama, she’s one cool lady.  Whether you have a gun kind of budget or you’re more on the bookmark pay scale, we have something to make your outdoorsy life-giver smile. Weatherby Mark V Camilla Weatherby’s Mark V Camilla buttstock is customized for
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In 2017, Savage Arms expanded the working person’s options for long range excellence by introducing the 10 BA Stealth. This year, the company went deep on options for distance shooters when they added the 10 BA Stealth Evolution. I’ve been fortunate to be able to do a months-long examination of the two platforms to inform some
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The Glock 19’s sights leave a lot to be desired. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) Glock is known for its “perfection” but despite holding a top spot among concealed carrier favorites, the Glock 19 has at least one weakness. Of course, we’re referring to the sights. Noticeably lacking, the G19’s sights are usually one of the first features
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Spring turkey season is fast approaching. If you don’t have a favorite gun to fill that early season tag, now is the time to hit your local gun shop and grab one of these proven gobbler getters. Here are a few of our favorites: Winchester SX3 The SX3 cycles all ammo from 2-3/4” to 3-1/2”
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The Remington 870 sits atop the list of the most popular, affordable, and bulletproof shotguns in the American arsenal.  Now users have options, as Remington pumps up a new 870 DM–detachable magazine–feed in place of the traditional tube-fed slide action.  Is this a case of “why didn’t they do this sooner?”  Or “why mess with
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The JM4 Tactical RELIC (L), and Blackhawk Premium Leather IWB are new interpretations of an old material-leather-for 2018. (Photo: Eve Flanigan) Two companies unveiled new leather holsters this spring, breathing fresh life into a tired market. I’ve had the opportunity to wear inside-waistband (IWB) models of both for a few weeks. What follows is my
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The Nightforce scope attached to a Ruger Scout rifle. The item was tested using Sig and American Eagle ammo. (Photo: Eve Flanigan/Guns.com) In this gear review, I visit new products of brands that have been landmarks in my shooting life. My introduction to Nightforce scopes was a memorable week, the first time I’d hit a
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