Wilson Combat is now offering financing on their custom guns, giving customers the option of having a payment plan instead of paying in on lump fee.
The Tennessee Arms Co. has gotten hold of a laser engraver and is now offering a spread of in-house and custom laser-engraved AR-15 lower receivers.
Cue the patriotic music. Cabot’s American Joe 1911 just may be the most celebratory .45 on the market. They’ve given the most American pistol ever made a patriotic face-lift. And inside, the American Joe is as finely tuned any 1911 ever made.
Looking for a fool-proof way to travel with your guns? You need a case. But cutting out the foam interiors to fit your needs can be frustrating. And if you don’t get it right, it is an expensive mistake. But the folks at MyCaseBuilder.com have a great solution. Their interactive website allows you to design your own foam interiors. And they sell cases, too.
Part of the appeal of the 1911 is the wide variety of ways it can be modified. Grips are one of the most logical places to start. If your gun is wearing checkered wood, you may want something a bit more durable, with a bit more bite. VZ Grips has options. Their G-10 grips are built for performance, and are easy on the eyes, too.
A Guns.com reader wrote in a few weeks ago with a question. He’s got a Kel-Tec PF-9, and needs to find the perfect holster. Try as he might, he’s coming up short. So he’s turned to us, to see if we can do any better.
While known for its classic Model 37 shotgun and the many variants that coincide with it, Ithaca was also once known for its 1911s. Recently, like many gun manufacturers, its gotten back into the 1911 game. Check out the new Ithaca 1911.