USPSA's Jake Martens reviews the Ruger Custom Shop SR1911 Koenig model chambered in 9 mm.
Heavy is in. This guide explains the ins and outs of adding weight to your pistol for competition, along with product recommendations.
About the two-piece Ultimate Competition Belt, Shooters Connection says it’s “the best competition belt money can buy.”
The Walther PDP is ideal for those seeking unmatched versatility, dependability and effectiveness in a firearm for both concealed carry and conventional service situations.
Fun, yet difficult stages are a hallmark of this match, which is traditionally the first USPSA Area event of the year.
After serving with the 2nd Ranger Battalion, competitor Shannon Smith went on to become a top USPSA shooter, match director and trainer.
During a podcast beforehand, Match Director Shannon Smith said his goal was to make you rethink why you shoot the Florida Open in the first place. He didn’t let us down.
Assembling the gear to compete in Open takes a bit more than throwing money at it. Choosing the best components is critical for success.
In October, Max Michel will be going for a sixth consecutive USPSA Carry Optics Championship with his signature SIG P320MAX pistol.
A two-day training course, the Infinity Experience is on the Texas company's 36-acre campus, where attendees not only learn about how Infinity firearms are made, but also receive competition match training from pro shooters.