Review: Rock River 1911A1 NM Hardball
A quintessential slab-side 1911—from the thumb safety to the beavertail. A perfect gun for bullseye shooting
New: Crimson Trace Hi-Point Carbines
These carbines, topped with Crimson Trace red/green dot optics, are available in 9mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP and 10mm.
Q&A: .45 ACP Overall Length
Confused about .45 ACP length when handloading or reloading? Here are some answers.
USPSA Says Long Guns Are Welcome
The new PCC division adds a new twist to this fast-paced action shooting game.
Getting Back To The Roots Of Practical Shooting
To learn something, go back to its roots. This means if you want to learn practical shooting, you go back to the roots—shooting a 1911 in .45 ACP The lasting influence of the 1911 lives on in USPSA Single Stack division
Racing To The Top—EAA Witness Pistols
These amazing performers offer competitive shooters a lot of bang for the buck!
Review: Atlanta Arms Match Ammunition
Match-quality reloads without the need to reload — these Atlanta Arms loads provide excellent accuracy with less recoil than factory loads. They’re a performance boost for non-reloaders
Gunsite To Host 1911-Only Jeff Cooper Memorial Shoot In May
Gunsite Academy is hosting this retro 1911 single-stack .45 ACP-only match to honor Jeff and Janelle Cooper's 100th birthday in May 2020.
The 1907 Army Pistol Trials
The selection of the Model 1911 was by no means a foregone conclusion when the U.S. Army tested new service pistols in 1907.