Most Famous Handguns in the World

Even if you are not a fan of guns, you will at least appreciate the beauty of pistols in all directions. Not everyone likes weapons, Most Famous Handguns will be more attractive to those who understand and understand the century-old heritage of gun manufacturing, guns and how they evolved. The following is a list of the top 10 pistols ever manufactured, inspected, and fired, all of which are compiled based on firepower, style, popularity, and various other factors for your appreciation.

Most Famous Handguns

1.Smith & Wesson J-Frame (.38 S&W Special)

Smith & Wesson J-Frame (.38 S&W Special)

The snub nosed .38 all the detectives used to carry in the movies from the 1940’s to the 1980’s was carried by real life detectives as well. While many superb quality snubbies have been made, notably also by Colt, the Smith & Wesson brand is probably the most famous in this particular genre. Not only cops and robbers, as well as television and movie actors, but also millions of private citizens have one of these handy little shootin’ irons stashed in their nightstand, glove compartment or waist band.

2.CZ .75 pistol

CZ .75 pistol

“CZ” actually stands for the acronym, which means Ceska Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod (CZUB), manufactured by the Czech Republic. The design of the gun is truly unique, with a well-defined frame and very thin. The CZ .75 has a larger magazine capacity, allowing two stacks of bullets to be loaded at the same time, which ultimately leads to more bullets per magazine.

3.Italy Beretta 92F pistol

Italy Beretta 92F pistol

In 1985, the Beretta 92F pistol developed by the Italian company Beretta overwhelmed the crowd, and was selected by the US military as a new-generation standard military pistol, and was renamed the M9 pistol in the US military. From then on, the Beretta 92F pistol became popular. The gun fired a 9 mm Parabellum pistol with a total length of 217 mm, an empty gun weight of 0.96 kg, a muzzle velocity of 333.7 meters per second, and an effective range of 50 meters. The Beretta 92F pistol was selected during the first pistol replacement test in the United States in 1985.

4.Taurus PT 92

.Taurus PT 92

The Taurus PT 92 is a stainless-steel model with a Beretta double-action auto-loading design manufactured by Taurus in Brazil. Its design has been revised many times since the 1980’s. It is very lightweight and economical. The PT 92 model is designed from hammer-forged steel and the frame has been specially made from durable and sturdy alloy.

A 3-position ambidextrous safety has been mounted on the frame so that it can be used for double action decocking lever and the gun is properly locked and ready to fire. The Taurus PT 92 will cost you around $450-$499 but you will get a stainless steel model by giving an additional $30.

5.Walther P99 AS

Walther P99 AS

The Walther P99 AS pistol was developed by Germany and designed specifically for security forces and civilian shooting market in place of Walther P5 and P88. The term AS stands for Anti-Stress. It is very comfortable to use and the pistol has decocked the key to manually deactivate the Anti-Stress mode and set the pistol to Double Action mode.

6.Desert Eagle .50 pistol

.Desert Eagle .50 pistol

The Desert Eagle .50 pistol caliber is its original intention, and it is a more luxurious gun. The triangular barrel end design of this Desert Eagle .50 pistol is revolutionary and only suitable for this specific pistol. Here, we are talking about pure heavy performance and the main power in your hands, enough to blow some powerful things into fragments, fragments and small fragments. This is the power of a 0.50 bullet from the Desert Eagle. The design of the Desert

7.Smith & Wesson 50 pistol

Smith & Wesson 50 pistol

The Smith & Wesson revolver is definitely a better pistol than the Desert Eagle .50 caliber, because its extremely long barrel length makes the bullets more accurate than any other pistol. It is also rated as the most powerful revolver in the world today.

8.Austrian Glock 17 pistol

Austrian Glock 17 pistol

The Glock 17 9mm pistol was developed by Austria Glock Co., Ltd. in 1983 at the request of the Austrian Army. Nowadays, Glock pistols have developed into a family of Glock pistols with 4 calibers and 8 models, and are used by military and police equipment in more than 50 countries. Especially in the United States, it occupies 40% of the police automatic pistol market, “I use Glock to knock him down!” is the buzzword of today’s American police.