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 One was with a rifle (Colt H-BAR), another was a disaster with a gun that was quickly withdrawn from production and one more was with a Sig P220 .45.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 Evolution of the Custom Combat .45

How customizing the M1911 for a combative role led to a whole new breed of Browning's big slab-sided pistol.

Top-End Custom 1911s Sell Fast

Wilson Combat can't keep up with orders for their best models.

1911 Modifications

The 1911’s modular design allows parts to be swapped or upgraded with a few tools and some basic knowledge.

New Wilson Combat BILLet-AR Rifles in .308 Win.

The rigid but lightweight receiver has allowed the company to build the lightest .308 frame AR on the market.

Wilson Combat AR9 9 mm Carbine Review

What sets the new AR9 apart from just about every other manufacturer is the guns are made to be companions to the three most common service pistols in law enforcement: the Glock 17, Beretta 92 and the S&W M&P9.

Wilson Combat X-TAC Elite Pistol Now in Carry Comp Model

Wilson Combat has added to its X-TAC Elite pistol series with a Carry Comp model, which features an exclusive compensator design.

Guncrafter Industries’ 50 GI 1911 Dream Guns

Gun designer Alex Zimmermann made his .50-caliber 1911 pistols a reality thanks to the Second Amendment and the American Dream.

Wilson Combat Announces Bill Wilson Carry II Pistol

Want to carry what Bill Wilson carries? See his current carry setup here.

A Look Back At The M1911 Double-Stack

The story of the “high-capacity” M1911 pistol began more than a quarter-century ago. Once the province of small makers for action-pistol sports, the wide-body M1911, though not as popular the original single-stack, is still going strong.

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