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The M1911 is now well into its second century of production with no sign of Americans dethroning it as one of the pre-eminent pistols for action-shooting competition. Though many features have been contemporized, the M1911’s essential elements—its grip angle, thumb and grip safeties and sliding, single-action trigger—still stand testament to …

CZ-USA recently introduced the 600 Series, a new generation of bolt-action rifles loaded with premium features and specifically designed for multiple shooting disciplines. The rifles are built to the exacting standards that CZ is known for, and these rifles are said to deliver outstanding accuracy at an affordable price. The series …

There is no doubt that Ruger has earned its reputability in the concealed-carry and personal-defense pistol market since the 2008 release of its LCP semi-automatic chambered for .380 ACP. Now in its third design phase, Ruger is well-poised to earn more kudos with its latest LCP iteration.   Meet the LCP MAX: Ruger has effectively …

The new CT3 is an optics and light compatible, Level III Duty Holster from Comp-tac. The holster is designed so the user can deactivate the three levels of retention while maintaining their master grip. This intuitive release mechanism gives you more economy of motion and faster, more consistent draws with less …

Electronic firearms training devices enhance dry-fire practice by providing visual feedback. Now, a new laser device for the AR-15 from Mantis improves dry-fire practice for rapid-fire stages by also resetting the trigger for true semi-automatic action. AR-15 competitors can finally practice the timing of rapid-fire stage shots during dry-fire practice with the Mantis Blackbeard. …

Springfield Armory recently introduced the Garrison 1911, a new addition to its impressive lineup of 1911 pistols. Chambered in .45 ACP, the Garrison 1911 features forged materials and heirloom-quality construction, as well as a 5-inch barrel. The new handgun is available with classic hot salt blued carbon steel or rust-resistant stainless …

Beretta introduced its Tomcat in 1996, and the tiny pistol chambered in .32 ACP continues to be an option for concealed carry and backup use. The handgun is a little different than most other semi-automatics, though. Most notably the barrel rotates up to insert a cartridge, a pleasant advantage for anyone …

Popularized by shooting parlors more than a century ago, the “gallery gun” became a a trusty plinker for many of Americans. Rossi USA has made a name for itself creating modern renditions of classic American firearms, and its Gallery 22 is no exception. Chambered for .22 Long Rifle, the Gallery 22 is …

AMERIGLO recently introduced an entry to pistol optics with the all-new Haven red dot. Designed from the to fit the personal defense needs of American gun owners, the Haven is available with a 3.5- or 5.0-MOA dot, or as a Carry-Ready Combo which includes optic-compatible iron sights for the Glock MOS …

As soon as an independent Czech state was formed from the ashes of the Austro-Hungarian Empire following the First World War, it quickly became known as a nation with worldwide influence in firearm design. During the Cold War, despite being behind the Iron Curtain, the Czechs resisted the hegemony of …