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.
Guns.com was on hand at the NRA Annual Meeting 2016 to find some of the hottest and newest pistols Louisville had to offer.
The pistol caused quite a crowd and raised a lot of money for the Chris Kyle Foundation.
The current bid as of noon Friday May 19th was $17,550. Proceeds will go to the Chris Kyle Foundation.
Springfield Armory’s booth at the 145th NRA Annual Meeting in Louisville had a number of new products on display ranging from their Chris Kyle legend series 1911 to a host of updated XDs.
I love the look of my Remington M1903A3 but is the M1903A3 the best military bolt action rifle available or is it just a case of patriotic bias?
Springfield Armory will offer limited edition 1911 pistols in honor of the late Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and number one in the series will be up for auction later this month.
I knew beforehand that the Springfield Armory XD is a solid weapon, but the addition of a suppressor pushes this gun into even better territory.
One of the more interesting exhibits at the Springfield Armory National Historic Site is an 1861 rifle and bayonet left over from a lightning strike.
The Mod.2 is an updated version of the XD series with a new grip profile and texture, along with improved controls and sights, now with a 4-inch barrel.