From Patrick Sweeney's 1911: The First 100 Years, a look at the custom 1911s of Scott Mulkerin.
In his continued look at semi-auto sniper rifles, Patrick Sweeney wrings out the LWRCI REPR and SIG DMR.
The classic image of a military or police sniper is the man peering through a scope mounted atop a bolt-action rifle, patiently awaiting the long-distance shot. But the terrain of actual battle in the world often requires fast follow up shots or sudden evasion from an area. For this real-world work, marksman are choosing...
The Pistol, 1911, .45 ACP, adopted by the armed forces of the United States, was quite a beast. In a time of transition to medium-bore pistols, a .45 was a cannon.
While also in the business of producing fine single stacks, STI makes a hybrid polymer-steel 1911 that takes hi-cap mags. There is no such thing as a "basic" STI.
Bill Laughridge is Cylinder & Slide, and he’s been in the custom 1911 business for a long time - for good reason!
There is nothing wrong with buying a used handgun. Assuming, of course, that there is nothing wrong with the used gun you are buying. But how to tell?
Here's a look at the custom 1911s of Tim Brian. The best way to describe a CT Brian gun is "radical traditional."
In this excerpt from the new Gun Digest book, 1911: The First 100 Years, Patrick Sweeney takes a look at custom 1911s that are both works of art and precision shooters. In this installment, Sweeney spotlights the work of Ted Yost and Jason Burton at Precision Heirloom.