Guns by Brand

Guns by Brand

Guns By Brand

List of guns grouped by Brand. You can select a brand or Manufacturer to see the guns manufactured. It is not all inclusive, we are working to make it as thorough as possible. Each gun description has a link to the manufacturer, that is if the manufacturer is still in business.

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RUGER 22 CHARGER

RUGER 22 CHARGER

RUGER MARK IV HUNTER

RUGER MARK IV HUNTER

RUGER SR22

RUGER SR22

RUGER SR1911

RUGER SR1911

RUGER AMERICAN PISTOL

RUGER AMERICAN PISTOL

RUGER SR45

RUGER SR45

RUGER SR40c

RUGER SR40c

RUGER SR40

RUGER SR40

RUGER SR9C

RUGER SR9C

RUGER SR9

RUGER SR9

RUGER 9E

RUGER 9E

RUGER LC380

RUGER LC380

RUGER LC9s

RUGER LC9s

RUGER LCP II

RUGER LCP II

RUGER LCP

RUGER LCP

PERFORMANCE CENTER Model SW1911

PERFORMANCE CENTER Model SW1911

Performance Center Ported M&P 9 SHIELD Night Sights

Performance Center Ported M&P 9 SHIELD Night Sights

M&P BODYGUARD 380 Crimson Trace Green Laserguard

M&P BODYGUARD 380 Crimson Trace Green Laserguard

SW1911TA E-Series Tactical Accessory Rail

SW1911TA E-Series Tactical Accessory Rail

S&W SD40 VE – Std Capacity

S&W SD40 VE – Std Capacity

M&P 45 SHIELD No Thumb Safety

M&P 45 SHIELD No Thumb Safety

M&P9c Compact Thumb Safety

M&P9c Compact Thumb Safety

Model 41

Model 41

M&P 40 VTAC Vikings Tactics

M&P 40 VTAC Vikings Tactics

Performance Center M&P 9L Pro Series C.O.R.E.

Performance Center M&P 9L Pro Series C.O.R.E.

SW22 Victory Threaded Barrel

SW22 Victory Threaded Barrel

M&P 9 SHIELD No Thumb Safety

M&P 9 SHIELD No Thumb Safety

M&P 9 Thumb Safety

M&P 9 Thumb Safety

PERFORMANCE CENTER Model 41

PERFORMANCE CENTER Model 41

M&P 45 Thumb Safety

M&P 45 Thumb Safety

M&P 9 SHIELD

M&P 9 SHIELD

Performance Center Ported M&P 9 SHIELD

Performance Center Ported M&P 9 SHIELD

M&P BODYGUARD 380

M&P BODYGUARD 380

Performance Center M&P 9 Pro Series

Performance Center M&P 9 Pro Series

M&P 45 SHIELD Thumb Safety

M&P 45 SHIELD Thumb Safety

S&W SD9 VE Std Capacity

S&W SD9 VE Std Capacity

M&P 40 SHIELD

M&P 40 SHIELD

M&P 9 SHIELD Crimson Trace Green Laserguard

M&P 9 SHIELD Crimson Trace Green Laserguard

M&P 22 Compact

M&P 22 Compact

M&P 9 SHIELD TRITIUM NIGHT SIGHTS

M&P 9 SHIELD TRITIUM NIGHT SIGHTS

SW22 VICTORY

SW22 VICTORY

M&P BODYGUARD 380 Crimson Trace

M&P BODYGUARD 380 Crimson Trace

SW1911 E-Series .45 ACP

SW1911 E-Series .45 ACP

Engraved 1911

Engraved 1911

M&P 9 No Thumb Safety

M&P 9 No Thumb Safety

Performance Center Ported M&P 9 with Threaded Barrel

Performance Center Ported M&P 9 with Threaded Barrel

SW1911SC E-Series Round Butt Scandium Frame

SW1911SC E-Series Round Butt Scandium Frame

Performance Center Ported M&P 40 SHIELD

Performance Center Ported M&P 40 SHIELD

PERFORMANCE CENTER SW1911 PRO SERIES

PERFORMANCE CENTER SW1911 PRO SERIES

SIG-Sauer P220 (Pistole/Model 75)

SIG-Sauer P220 (Pistole/Model 75)

SIG-Sauer P225

SIG-Sauer P225

SIG-Sauer P230

SIG-Sauer P230

SIG-Sauer P226

SIG-Sauer P226

SIG-Sauer P228

SIG-Sauer P228

SIG-Sauer P229

SIG-Sauer P229

SIG-Sauer P232

SIG-Sauer P232

SIG-Sauer P239

SIG-Sauer P239

SIG-Pro SP2022

SIG-Pro SP2022

Heckler & Koch HK4

Heckler & Koch HK4

Heckler & Koch HKP9

Heckler & Koch HKP9

9mm Heckler & Koch HKP7

9mm Heckler & Koch HKP7

Heckler & Koch MK23 (SOCOM Pistol)

Heckler & Koch MK23 (SOCOM Pistol)

Luger 1900

Luger 1900

Luger P08

Luger P08

Bergmann-Bayard 1908

Bergmann-Bayard 1908

Bergmann Model 1896

Bergmann Model 1896

FN Browning M1900

FN Browning M1900

FN Browning M1903

FN Browning M1903

FN Browning M1910

FN Browning M1910

FN Browning M1922

FN Browning M1922

FN Browning Baby

FN Browning Baby

FN Browning High Power M1935

FN Browning High Power M1935

FN Browning Mark II

FN Browning Mark II

FN Browning Mark III

FN Browning Mark III

FN BDA 380

FN BDA 380

FN BDA (Browning Double Action)

FN BDA (Browning Double Action)

FN Browning High-Power

FN Browning High-Power

FN Five-Seven

FN Five-Seven

FN Browning PRO-9

FN Browning PRO-9

MAS G1

MAS G1

Pieper Bayard 1908

Pieper Bayard 1908

Bersa Modelo 64

Bersa Modelo 64

Bersa Model 62

Bersa Model 62

Bersa Model 97

Bersa Model 97

Bersa Model 383

Bersa Model 383

Bersa Model 90

Bersa Model 90

Bersa Thunder 9

Bersa Thunder 380

Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact

Modelo 1905 or Mannlicher M1905

Modelo 1905 or Mannlicher M1905

Taurus 605 B2

Taurus 605 B2

Taurus 607

Taurus 607

Taurus 608 SS6

Taurus 608 SS6

Taurus 650 SS2 “CIA” Hammerless

Taurus 650 SS2 “CIA” Hammerless

Taurus Model 651 SS2 Protector

Taurus Model 651 SS2 Protector

Taurus 817S SUL

Taurus 817S SUL

Taurus Model 851 B2 “CIA” Protector

Taurus Model 851 B2 “CIA” Protector

Taurus 905 SS2

Taurus 905 SS2

Taurus / Rossi 351 02

Taurus / Rossi 351 02

Taurus / Rossi 352 02

Taurus / Rossi 352 02

Taurus / Rossi R461 02

Taurus / Rossi R461 02

Taurus / Rossi 851 04

Taurus / Rossi 851 04

Taurus / Rossi 971 04

Taurus / Rossi 971 04

Taurus / Rossi R972 06

Taurus / Rossi R972 06

Taurus PT22 BGR

Taurus PT22 BGR

Taurus PT908

Taurus PT908

Taurus PT945 B

Taurus PT945 B

Taurus Millenium PRO PT145 SSP

Taurus Millenium PRO PT145 SSP

Taurus Millenium Model PT111 B

Taurus Millenium Model PT111 B

Taurus Millenium PRO PT140 SSP

Taurus Millenium PRO PT140 SSP

Taurus PT24/7 40BP

Taurus PT24/7 40BP

Taurus 65 SS4

Taurus 65 SS4

Taurus 444 SS6 Raging Bull

Taurus 444 SS6 Raging Bull

Taurus 44 Tracker 4SS

Taurus 44 Tracker 4SS

Taurus 444 Multi-4 Ultra-Lite

Taurus 444 Multi-4 Ultra-Lite

Ruger P94

Ruger P94

Ruger P95

Ruger P95

Ruger 22/45 Mark III Bull Barrel

Ruger 22/45 Mark III Bull Barrel

Ruger P345

Ruger P345

Smith & Wesson 624 (Horton Special)

Smith & Wesson 624 (Horton Special)

Smith & Wesson Model 581

Smith & Wesson Model 581

Smith & Wesson 645

Smith & Wesson 645

Ruger Mark 1

Ruger Mark 1

Ruger Security Six

Ruger Security Six

Ruger Police Service Six

Ruger Police Service Six

Ruger Redhawk

Ruger GP-100

Ruger P89

Ruger Super Redhawk

Ruger SP101

Ruger P90

Para-Ordnance Slim Hawg

Para-Ordnance Nite-Tac

Para-Ordnance Todd Jarrett USPSA, Limited Edition

Para-Ordnance Tac-Five

Para-Ordnance SSP-SE (Special Edition ) 1

Para-Ordnance Tac-Forty

Para-Ordnance Carry (GAP)

Para-Ordnance Carry (GAP)

Para-Ordnance P14-45

Para-Ordnance P14-45

Para-Ordnance Carry

Para-Ordnance CCW (Concealed Carry Weapon)

Para-Ordnance Carry 12

Para-Ordnance 1911 SSP

Para-Ordnance S12-45 Limited

Para-Ordnance S12-45 Limited (Chamber Loaded)

Para-Ordnance OPS (Operations)

Para-Ordnance 1911 LTC (Lieutenant Colonel)

Para-Ordnance TAC-S

Para-Ordnance Colonel

Para-Ordnance Hi-Cap (High Capacity)

Para-Ordnance Covert Black Hi-Cap 9

Para-Ordnance Black Watch Companion

Para-Ordnance Nite-Tac 9

Para-Ordnance Warthog

Para-Ordnance Nite Hawg

Para-Ordnance Hawg 9

Para-Ordnance Lite Hawg

Colt Anaconda

Colt Anaconda

Colt Commander

Colt Commander

Remington Army Model 1858

Remington Army Model 1858

Remington New Model Army 1875

Remington New Model Army 1875

Remington 51

Remington 51

Smith & Wesson Model 1

Smith & Wesson Model 1

Smith & Wesson Model 2

Smith & Wesson Model 2

Smith & Wesson Model 3

Smith & Wesson Model 3

Smith & Wesson New Century

Smith & Wesson New Century

Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector 2nd Model

Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector 2nd Model

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Smith & Wesson Model 39

Smith & Wesson Model 39

Smith & Wesson Model 29

Smith & Wesson Model 29

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Smith & Wesson Model 15

Smith & Wesson Model 15

Smith & Wesson Model 59

Smith & Wesson Model 59

Smith & Wesson 686

Smith & Wesson 686

Colt Paterson

Colt Paterson

Colt Walker

Colt Walker

Colt Single Action Navy 1851

Colt Single Action Navy 1851

Colt New Army Model 1860

Colt New Army Model 1860

Colt Richards-Mason 1860 Cartridge Conversion

Colt Richards-Mason 1860 Cartridge Conversion

Colt Single Action Army

Colt Single Action Army

Colt M1877 Lightning

Colt M1877 Lightning

Colt M1878 Double  Action Army

Colt M1878 Double Action Army

Colt New Army and Navy Model

Colt New Army and Navy Model

Colt New Service

Colt Model 1900

Colt Model 1900

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer

Colt Model 1905

Colt Model 1905

Colt Police Positive

Colt Police Positive

Colt Model 1908 (Vest Pocket)

Colt Model 1908 (Vest Pocket)

Colt Model 1911A1 and Government Model

Colt Model 1911A1 and Government Model

Colt Model 1917

Colt Model 1917

Colt Commando Special

Colt Commando Special

Colt Python

Colt Python

Colt Dragon M1848

Colt Dragon M1848

Colt Single Action Navy 1851

Colt Single Action Navy 1851

Colt Dragoon M1848

Colt Dragoon M1848

Colt Walker

Colt Walker

Statistics

 

 Scroll down and you will find:
  • Introduction
  • American Firearm Institute’s Approach to 
    Statistical Research
  • Societal problems and the misuse of firearms 
    – the real issue
  • Firearm Research
  • Firearms and Firearm Ownership
  • Trends in Violent Crime
  • Defensive Gun Use
  • The source of guns seized in crimes in America
  • Suicide and Firearms
  • Suicide rates per 100,000 by country, year and sex
  • Firearm Suicide, By Race/Ethnicity and Age-U.S. 1999-2002
  • Violent Crime in Europe and the USA
  • Crime and firearms
  • The top ten guns used in crime
  • Juvenile Crime and firearms
  • Crime Statistics
  • Weapons and violent crime
  • Types of Accidental Deaths, USA 2002
  • Homicide Demographics in the USA
  • Firearm injury in the US
  • The role of alcohol in crime victimization
  • Weapon Use and Violent Crime
  • Where does armed violence occur
  • Race and ethnicity
  • Annual Household Income
  • Time of incident
  • Activity and location
  • Victim-offender relationship
  • Trends
  • Race
  • Victim Self Defense
  • Cycle of Violence
  • Psychosocial Repercussions
  • The National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS)
  • Firearm Statistical Data Sources
  • Leading Causes of Death in the U.S. (We all die)

 

Introduction
There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.

This well-known saying is part of a phrase attributed to Benjamin Disraeli (former British prime minister in the 1800s) and popularized by Mark Twain. The statement refers to the persuasive power of numbers, and powerfully describes how even accurate statistics can be used to bolster inaccurate arguments.

Statistic truth is in the eye of the prepared – the source of the survey. Statistics can be generated to bolster any argument even in the face of insurmountable indicators against it. Statistic generation wade through the mud of variables which like a herd of cats are near impossible to control. For example, statistical surveys are influenced by the researcher’s

  • bias,
  • personal opinion,
  • preparation, research and collection methods,
  • sex,
  • education,
  • religion
  • politics
  • client
  • rate of pay
  • experience in life
  • experience with the topic in question

Among others

The survey to collect the information can be influenced by:

  • geographic location
  • questionnaire type and length
  • inflection of the interviewer
  • audience demographics
  • weather
  • compilation methods
  • analysis,
  • computation and
  • delivery.

Among others.

In other words statistics can be made to say anything.

When we look at the audience being questioned two glaring anomalies arise that have proven to be true in the experience of interviewing people over time:

  1. People often lie, their answer often does not reflect the truth or their true feelings, as they may be embarrassed by them.
  2. People like to give a pleasing answer to the interviewer telling them what they think they want to hear.

Our researchers at AFI provide extensive and ongoing research into the cause and effects of gun ownership and violence. Why? To counter the heavy slant in the media against gun-owners and gun ownership.

One common thread throughout all of our investigation can be found early in the literature being analyzed and that that is the bias of the researcher who compiled the numbers, who believe it or not, are usually anti-gun. Once that has been determined, you realize, the numbers presented are statistically and practically useless because of their inherent skew.

After wading through countless studies, research and medical papers about firearms and gun control, they all – with a tiny exception – enter their research pre-determined to prove that firearms are bad. And that legal firearm holders are irresponsible and need to be controlled. Their research methodology -who they interviewed, when and how, – leaves a lot be desired.

vector-statistics-chart-element-preview-by-dragonartAmerican Firearm Institute’s Approach to Statistical Research
To counter this bias our researchers examine indirect resorts that don’t have firearms as their primary focus. For example, crime statistics from the Department of Justice. Similar numbers from the World Heath Organization and Governmental numbers from the Home Office in Britain. They are then cross checked with other reports and we garner our conclusions from that.

Societal problems and the mis-use of firearms – the real issue
On close examination of the much touted reports connecting crime and homicide with firearms, are glaring issues that are completely ignored even through they exist as if surrounded by flashing neon lights.
Crime and homicide survive in the following fertile breeding grounds:

  1. Poverty
  2. Alcohol abuse
  3. Drug use
  4. Inner City Cycle of Violence

Firearms are brought into the equation as means of protection and enforcement. Tackle these issues of 1 – 4 and you’ll solve, to a large degree, the problems of violence in society. But they go ignored. They easier route is to “ban the gun” and in doing so what happens? Nothing.

For firearms critics guns are tangible and visible and attacking them, vilifying them polarizes voters into agreeing to something that seeks to provide a quick fix to a problem that will not go away. Tackling issues 1 through 4 above are too difficult, their range and lifecycle too long for a 4-year politician to tackle. Politicians survive from visible sound-bite issues like gun control. And so these issues go unresolved and 150 million American firearm owners pay the price as they are pushed step by step through increasingly oppressive gun control toward becoming unwitting and unwilling criminals.

Firearm Research

In the United States, research into firearms and violent crime is fraught with difficulties, associated with limited data on gun ownership and use, firearms markets, and aggregation of crime data. Research studies into gun violence have primarily taken one of two approaches: case-control studies and social ecology. Gun ownership is usually determined through surveys, proxy variables, and sometimes with production and import figures. In statistical analysis of homicides and other types of crime which are rare events, these data tend to have poisson distributions, which also presents methodological challenges to researchers. With data aggregation, it is difficult to make inferences about individual behavior. This problem, known as ecological fallacy, is not always handled properly by researchers, leading some to jump to conclusions that their data do not necessarily support. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_violence_in_the_United_States#_note-NAS-ch4]

Firearms and firearm ownership
Depending on what statistics you read:

  • there are 250 – 280 million firearms in the US
  • 40 – 50% of US homes own a firearm, that’s 120 – 150 million people

Trends in Violent Crime

The late 1990s saw promising decreases in violent crime in large cities, providing an important opportunity to identify factors that might be used to further reduce firearm violence. The decrease was likely the result of several factors that include:

  • The collection of location-specific crime data, the analysis of those data, and the
  • development of strategies to efficiently allocate police resources.
  • Improving troubled neighborhoods.
  • Stricter sentencing and stricter laws to keep felons from obtaining firearms.

[Blumstein A, Rosenfeld R. Assessing the recent ups and downs in US homicide rates. National Institute of Justice Journal, October 1998: 9-11. Full article Available: The Journal of Law and Criminology, 1998; 88(4).] (more…)

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