100 Years Of FN CCW

Original & New: 100 Years Of FN CCW

In 1922, Fabrique Nationale unveiled the result of efforts to modernize its Model 1910, providing a cutting-edge handgun that, at the time, was expected to attract military and police contracts across Europe.

Federal's Big Celebration Between Friends

This summer, Federal Ammunition celebrated its 100th anniversary. John Zent, editor emeritus, had a chance to connect with two long-time employees and talk about their part of the journey.

The Keefe Report: Celebrating A Century Of Federal

Federal Premium celebrated its 100th anniversary on June 18th by shutting down operations for the first time ever, giving family members of workers a chance to see the factory for themselves.

Federal Ammunition Celebrates 100 Years in 2022

Federal Ammunition is celebrating 100 years in operation this year, having been incorporated on April 27, 1922.

A Centennial Celebration of 1911s

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

M 1911 Series 70

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

The Remington R1 M1911

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

NRA & BSA: 100 Years of Partnership

NRA and BSA have enjoyed a tremendous relationship since 1910, with millions of boys and leaders having been members of both venerable institutions.

100 Years of Reminiscing

Remington's recent decision to offer the public a 1911 style .45 pistol is well timed. Back in March, we passed the 99th anniversary of the official adoption of the M1911 pistol as the sidearm of the U.S. Army. Next year, we'll see the centennial of that great old classic. For a host of reasons, the 1911 is an enduring firearm. I have yet to handle a sample of the Remington version, but it looks good and the early reviews of the gun by other writers are favorable.

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