Milsurp Bullseye Pistols Possible, If Not Immediate
The first U.S. military surplus firearms released by the government since the early decades following WWII is now a possibility. The recently passed National Defense Authorization Act of 2016 allows the Secretary of the Army to annually transfer up to 10,000 surplus M1911/M1911A1 pistols to the Corporation for the Promotion of Rifle Practice and Firearms Safety (CMP) for subsequent sale to competitors and collectors.
2016 NRA National Pistol Championships Results
With a score of 2598-107X, Philip Hemphill of Brandon, MS is this year’s NRA National Pistol Champion.
The Best .22 Caliber Pistols for NRA Bullseye
Bullseye pistol favors accuracy and precision rather than pure speed.
Register Now For The 2022 Bianchi Cup
Registration for the 2022 Bianchi Cup NRA Action Pistol Championship is now available at the Practiscore website.
2015 NRA National Pistol Championship Results
SFC Keith Sanderson of the U.S. Army Reserve is this year’s NRA National Pistol Champion, with a score of 2655-122X. The two-time U.S. Olympic team member won by 14 points in a classic muddy Camp Perry match for the record books. SFC Sanderson is no stranger to the winners podium, racking up the wins with the USMC for eight years, before joining the Army Reserve. Not only did SFC Sanderson literally write the book on pistol marksmanship fundamentals, he won an unprecedented three medals (gold, silver, and bronze) at three World Cups in 2009.
USPSA Launches Provisional Pistol Caliber Carbine Division
Many USPSA clubs have been running carbines for years as an unrecognized division.
New from Cabot Guns: Vintage Classic 1911 Pistol
The Vintage Classic has that throwback feel combined with advanced aerospace construction techniques.
6 Things You Didn't Know About the NRA Intercollegiate Pistol Championships
You'll never guess where the first match was held ...
Wilson Combat Celebrating 45th Anniversary
Wilson Combat has supplied many of the world's top pistol shooters over the last 45 years, later on branching out into other firearms