100 Years And The 1911

I have been involved in several marathon shoots that gunzine editors take such delight in ordering. One was with a rifle (Colt H-BAR), another was a disaster with a gun that was quickly withdrawn from production and one more was with a Sig P220 .45.

The Remington R1 M1911

The R1 is Remington’s first semi-automatic pistol since the 1920s.

The "Big Fifty" Sharps Rifle

This comprehensive article on the historical Sharps buffalo rifle was written by Elmer Keith in June, 1940.

Colt Series 70 Model 1911

Colt’s currently produced Series 70 .45 pistol is very close to duplicating the guns that came from the old factory under the blue dome in 1924.

USMC Sniper Rifles: Hands On History

Retired USMC Major and NRA Secretary “Jim” Land is considered the founder of the modern Marine Corps sniping program and has spent 40 years assembling what is likely the best collection of Marine sniping arms in private hands.

The Lever-Action Rifle: An American Classic

The lever-action rifle is as American as baseball, hot dogs and apple pie.

Talking with Joe Mantegna

Mark Keefe interviews actor and shooter Joe Mantegna about guns, television and freedom.

Gun Digest Book Of The .22 Rifle

C. Rodney James has a passion for the .22 rifle, which he examines in extreme detail in his new book.

Para USA Black Ops 1911 .45 ACP

A serious all-stainless steel pistol for operators who want to put their 1911 to work.

Wiley Clapp’s Five Favorite Firearms

As a guy who has spent all but a few years of his life wrapped up in firearms and their use, I have formed some strong opinions as to what really catches my fancy.

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