Specialty GI longslide maker Cabot Guns is known for making 1911s out of everything from meteorites to wooly mammoth teeth– and they work to boot.
Guns.com walked the seemingly endless row of booths and whittled through the handgun hype to bring you our list of the top five pistols out of SHOT Show 2017.
Over the past two years, gun maker Sig Sauer has expanded their air gun offerings and continued the trend, premiering three new air guns at SHOT Show.
The CZ and Dan Wesson companies loaded the market with new guns for 2017, from hunting to carry to competition.
To the delight of Springfield Armory fans, the Illinois-based company debuted a set of pistols at the start of SHOT Show 2017 in Las Vegas this week.
Colt has released a raft of new and updated firearms, and it’s showing them off at SHOT Show 2017.
Sturm, Ruger & Company introduce a new Target Model for its series of 1911 pistols, according to the company’s announcement this week.
The Colt Competition Pistol series will now include a .38 Super model, a round that that “has a lot of advantages in competition when considering power factor and capacity.”
The guys down at Whiskey Tango Firearms in Sarasota, Florida are apparently big fans of the Merc with the Mouth. (Read the disclaimers in the article before you note how wrong this is, please.)
There are a few clones of the original M1911A1 produced today but none of them come as close in quality as the Colt Mark IV Series 70 reproduction pistol.