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Browning 1911-22 Review

At seven-eighths the size of its famous grandfather, Browning’s new 1911-22 is hard to resist.

Colt Service Model Ace

In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from...

American Rifleman 125th Anniversary Special

The Rifle, the magazine that would become American Rifleman, was started 125 years ago. Excerpted...

Tuning the M1911 for Reliability

With just a few fixes, the 1911 can be made to function flawlessly with self-defense...

A BIG Carry Gun?

It’s quite common for Alaska bear-hunting guides to carry revolvers for backup, but outfitter Greg...

The Magnum Research Desert Eagle .50

The Desert Eagle’s star continues to shine on the range and the screen.

A Centennial Celebration of 1911s

Other than the M1911, no service arm has survived 100 years of U.S. military service.

The Trials of the M1911

The adoption of the M1911 came to be through a lengthy trials process and a...

Barnes Buster Bullets

Barnes Bullets continue to meet the needs of shooters with the Buster.

The G.I. .45 in World War II

The .45 pistol saw widespread service in all theaters of the war and further cemented...

Ruger 10/22 Rifle

Ruger Model 10/22 carbine sporting arm is neat, compact and functionally reliable.

North American Arms Mini Revolvers

NAA's line of miniature wheelguns provides a variety of truly tiny concealed-carry options.

Colt History: A Look Back at the 1911

Officially called the Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911, John Browning’s masterpiece is as popular and...

Colt Woodsman Target Model

The Woodsman started many a young person on a lifetime of shooting.

Colt Series 70 Model 1911

Colt’s currently produced Series 70 .45 pistol is very close to duplicating the guns that...

Thompson Submachine Gun: The Tommy Gun Goes to War

After World War I, Thompson became very interested in, if not obsessed with, the concept...

MC-3: The First Upside Down Gun

Even after being banned from international competition in 1956, production of the revolutionary MC-3 continued...

"Non-Colt" 1911s

It is sometimes overlooked that there were also a relatively limited number of M1911 .45...

The M1911: The Greatest Pistol in the World

When the Colt 1911 was adopted by the U.S. military for combat use, the precursor...

100 Years And The 1911

I have been involved in several marathon shoots that gunzine editors take such delight in...
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