Tisas has made it even harder to select a 1911 pistol by expanding its lineup of .45ACP 1911 pistols to include a Match competition model.
Tisas USA has upgraded its popular line of 1911 GI replica pistols to include an option for a checkered walnut stock.
There are quite a few differences between a 1911 Series 70 and a Series 80. Here are the details of the design changes.
Most people are at least somewhatfamiliar with the 1911, originally chambered in 45 ACP. The 10mm 1911 isn't as well known, but is gaining popularity.
The names “Colt” and “1911” go hand in hand, largely because it was John Moses Browning who invented them. And while Colt has gone on to design and produce all manner of firearms, the 1911 remains an enormous piece of the company’s history. The renowned gun maker produces a number of 1911s including their Colt […]
Both Dan Wesson 1911 compact models are available chambered in 9mm and .45 ACP. Check out the details for the ECP and TCP.
Thinking about a 1911 as your everyday carry gun? Hilton Yam has some suggestions on what things to consider before you buy.
Coming on the heels of the popular .45 ACP version, the Garrison is a quality, versatile 1911 platform with a relatively inexpensive price tag.
1911s have undergone a lot of transformations from single-stack to double-stack models, the occasional polymer design, and multiple caliber options. Here's the Springfield Garrison 1911 in 9mm.
The iconic 1911 isn't as universally loved as some think. In fact, usually, it's polarizing, very much for or dead set against. Here's a look at the gun's decline and resurgence to the status it enjoys today.