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  1. Springfield Hellcat RDP: Full-Size Features in a Subcompact

    Springfield Hellcat RDP: Full-Size Features in a Subcompact

    Springfield has built upon the success of the original Hellcat by adding features typically found on bigger guns.   When Sig introduced the P365 in 2018, the concealed carry world stood up and took notice. More like jumped up stunned, really. What was this voodoo magic that allowed 10+1 rounds in a subcompact pistol? How was that physically possible? Turns...
  2. The All-New Versatile Walther PDP

    The All-New Versatile Walther PDP

    The new PDP: Walther's latest standout entry into the crowded striker fire market.   The latest from Walther Arms is the all-new Walther PDP (Performance Duty Pistol). This comes after many new innovations from the Walther Arms manufacturer. Each year it seems like they are getting better and better at releasing a new gun to the market. Their Q5 steel...
  3. NEW Higher Capacity Smith & Wesson Shield PLUS

    NEW Higher Capacity Smith & Wesson Shield PLUS

    Smith & Wesson has joined the 10+ capacity concealed carry ranks with the NEW M&P Shield PLUS.   Smith & Wesson just stepped up their game in the compact pistol category – big time. One of the biggest criticisms of their M&P Shield, both versions 1.0 and 2.0, was limited capacity, especially after several competitors introduced highly concealable firearms that...
  4. Hellcat OSP vs Hellcat RDP: What’s the Difference?

    Hellcat OSP vs Hellcat RDP: What’s the Difference?

    What are the differences between the original Hellcat OSP and the new Hellcat RDP?   When Springfield introduced the original Hellcat, the world stood up and took notice. Designed as a Sig P365 killer, the Hellcat featured some impressive features rarely before seen in compact or subcompact firearms. Capacity was up, the grip was more aggressive, and the overall package...
  5. SHOT Show 2021 - The Best New Handguns

    SHOT Show 2021 - The Best New Handguns

    Just because SHOT didn't happen doesn't mean new guns didn't roll out.   SHOT Show 2021, unfortunately, didn’t happen. It fell victim to COVID-19 and was canceled at near the last minute. That cancellation didn’t slow down the industry very much, though. January and now February has seen the industry popping out press releases and new guns left and right...

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