Taurus has done it again. This innovative Brazilian company revolutionized personal defense handguns when it introduced the big-bore Judge in 2010. This year they’ve provided us with a whole new “curve” on deep concealment .380s.
The Florida company goes big with its Diamondback FS Nine striker-fired semi-auto.
The lighter and easier-to-conceal compact 1911-style semi-auto has met with considerable success, and for good reason. The Para Executive Carry tested in this handgun review is a top contender in the category.
Chiappa has challenged orthodoxy again with its 45DBB, a delayed blow back 1911, unveiled at SHOT Show 2012.
If you are a serious fan of handguns, or you know someone who is, now is your chance to get an unbelievable price on a collection of books that belong in your ultimate handgun library.
Here's your chance to enjoy a celebration of the first century of the 1911, a pistol that is currently more popular than ever, in "1911, The First 100 Years," written by Patrick Sweeney.
If there is a legitimate criticism of the 1911 as a carry gun, it is size and weight. But the 1911 is also available in smaller size configurations known as the Commanders, Defenders and Officers Models. Choosing from among these models you'll be sure to find a pistol to match your needs.
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.
Bill Laughridge is Cylinder & Slide, and he’s been in the custom 1911 business for a long time - for good reason!