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.
Sturm, Ruger & Company announced Friday the release of the new SR1911 pistol chambered in 9mm.
Ian on InRange TV continued their series on mud testing iconic WWI and WWII small arms by tapping in a M1911 longslide for a run in the goop.
Wilson Combat just released the Ultralight Carry Compact an eye-catching, lighter-weight 1911 in 45 ACP, 38 Super, and 9mm.
Nothing beats a good old-fashioned 1911 and lucky for me, Springfield Armory fed my need for this classic pistol with their new Range Operator.
Kimber and Crimson Trace are teaming up to bring consumers more laser pistol options. Crimson Trace announced that Kimber’s Micro 9 will now come equipped from the factory with laser grips.
Haters are going to hate, but it doesn’t change the fact that the Custom II Two-Tone is a high quality and downright attractive offering from Kimber.