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Smith & Wesson Introduces the World’s Lightest .357 Magnum Carry Gun

by David Crane [email protected] Smith & Wesson has just come out with a high-tech lightweight, five-shot .357/.38 Special +p revolver that’s actually light enough to be carried comfortably inside the pocket of a pair of cargo pants(you need pockets large enough, of course). Now, I realize that "high-tech" and "revolver", don’t usually go together well in a sentence, but bear ... Read More »

Meet FN’s New Pistols. Poppa’s Got a Brand New Bag.

FN has a bunch of new pistols on the table. Perhaps most importantly, they’ve just re-introduced the classic Hi-Power Pistol in Mk III configuration. This, of course, used to be known as the Browning Hi-Power Mk III, but Browning’s name will no longer be on the gun. Now, it’s called the FN HP-SA. FN is apparently working with members of ... Read More »

STI V.I.P. Compact Carry .45

S.T.I. International has a new compact hi-cap .45 designed specifically for CCW holders, called the V.I.P. The new gun holds ten rounds, and is obviously designed to give people an alternative to carrying a Glock 30. The main plus over the 30 is it’s 1911 layout which includes a frame mounted sweep-down safety. It’s main disadvantage, compared to the G30, ... Read More »

Insight Technology M6 Tactical Light/Laser Sight for Pistols Just Released

Insight Technology Incorporated has just come out with their M6 under-barrel mounted light/laser unit for handguns. The unit integrates a white light illuminator with a visible red laser, all in a compact package. DefRev will be looking to acquire one of these units for testing (probably on a Glock), as soon as possible. You can visit the tacical illuminator page ... Read More »

FN Five-SeveN: Is this the handgun of the future?

FN Five-SeveN Pistol FN Five-SeveN Pistol: Future of Things to Come? by: T.J. Mullin At the turn of the century when military handguns first were being chambered for smokeless cartridges, there was a tendency to make them in the same bore size as their military rifle counterparts. This is why we have .30 and .32 caliber revolvers in Sweden, Norway ... Read More »