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I don't think there's any method by which guns can be destroyed that's especially acceptable to any

Seattle to make "peace bricks" of guns

Robert W. Hunnicutt - May 07, 2013

I don't think there's any method by which guns can be destroyed that's especially acceptable...

Up until 15 or 20 years ago, most 1911 front sights were staked to the slide. Staking worked OK for

The 1911: Dovetail Front Sights

Gus Norcross - May 06, 2013

Up until 15 or 20 years ago, most 1911 front sights were staked to the slide. Staking worked...

When a 1911 pistol is fired, the slide and barrel move rearward for a short distance until the

Inspect Your 1911: The "Bow Tie"

Gus Norcross - April 19, 2013

When a 1911 pistol is fired, the slide and barrel move rearward for a short distance until the

Anyone who knows me will tell you there is no greater advocate of the 1911 pistol than Gus

The 1911: Replacing Plunger Tubes

Gus Norcross - April 05, 2013

Anyone who knows me will tell you there is no greater advocate of the 1911 pistol than Gus



Almost 2,500 years ago, my ancestors, in August or September 480 B.C., fought the Battle of

Molon Labe: SIG Sauer M1911 Spartan Review

Peter G. Kokalis - April 02, 2013

Almost 2,500 years ago, my ancestors, in August or September 480 B.C., fought the Battle of



For the past several years the term

Traditional Downsizing: SIG Sauer P224 Review

Frank W. James - February 28, 2013

For the past several years the term "downsizing" has had ominous connotations for most every


During the last 40 years, we have witnessed some dynamic developments in the evolution of

SIG Sauer P290RS Review

Peter G. Kokalis - February 26, 2013

During the last 40 years, we have witnessed some dynamic developments in the evolution of

As we've noted before, the most important factor in 1911 accuracy is barrel fit. In the last

Fitting The 1911 Barrel Part 2: Bottom Lugs

Gus Norcross - February 15, 2013

As we've noted before, the most important factor in 1911 accuracy is barrel fit. In the last

Not your buddy's .22 1911; the .22 TCM from Rock Island is a cartridge throwing a 40-grain bullet twice as fast as a .22 long rifle

Smallbore Slabsides: Rock Island Armory .22 TCM Review

James Tarr - January 09, 2013

Not your buddy's .22 1911; the .22 TCM from Rock Island is a cartridge throwing a 40-grain...

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