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A Tale of Two Colts in .380

The discontinued Colt Government Model .380 continues to be a family favorite.

The G.I. .45 in World War II

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

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 Series 70 Model 1911

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

Importance of Pairs

It's pretty much a given that savvy police officers often carry a second handgun to...

Predator Tactical Shrike 1911

A Top Shot tests a top gun built by a relative newcomer.

Concealed Carry: Shoulder Systems

Shoulder holsters keep everything together and are good for grab and go.

M 1911 Series 70

We are now in the centennial year of the magnificent Government Model Colt 1911, arguably...

"Non-Colt" 1911s

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

The Remington R1 M1911

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

John Bianchi: An American Legend

John Bianchi was a soldier, a police officer, a competitive shooter and, of course, the...

The Super .38

The .38 Super has M1911 design and ergonomics, high-velocity and low recoil.

Para USA: Coming to America

Para USA goes beyond innovation with both classic firearms and designs all its own.

The MilSpec Definition

Can a civilian AR rifle be classified as MilSpec?

Auto-Ordnance 1911 PKZ

Kahr’s parent company had been in the business of precision machining since 1981, and that...

Chick Gaylord

Author of Handgunner's Guide.

The Curious Case of Colt

Colt’s Patent Firearms Mfg. is considered by many-and with good reason-to be the first name...
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