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Review: Citadel M-1911 A1-FS 9mm

by David Hunter Jones 0

In Firearms News issue No. 7, I wrote a story about American Tactical’s FXH-45 polymer-framed 1911. I was thinking I’d… more »

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CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1Carbine

by James Tarr 0

It was not quite two years ago that CZ introduced the pistol version of the new CZ Scorpion EVO to… more »

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The Era of the Classic Snubnose Revolver

by Peter G. Kokalis 0

Double-action revolvers are a long way from moribund. They still have their aficionados and lethal applications. I still frequently carry… more »

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Review: Steyr L40-A1

by James Tarr 0

I freely admit that I am a child of Hollywood, and first became aware of the iconic Steyr AUG due… more »

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Back to the Future: The Series 70 Colt 1911

by R.K. Campbell 0

When the word “retro” is used, many things come to mind. A link with the past, the Chevy Super Sport,… more »

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Review: Colt Competition Pistol

by Paul Scarlata 0

To the vast majority of handgun shooters the words “Colt” and “1911” are more or less synonymous. They go together… more »

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Grande Puissance: The FN Browning Hi-Power

by Paul Scarlata 0

In a day of CAD programs and 3D printers, it is difficult to believe that the world’s greatest firearms designer… more »

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A History of the CZ 75

by Peter G. Kokalis 0

I frequently carried a CZ 75 in a Galco vertical shoulder rig during the war in El Salvador. I was… more »

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Building A 1911 Long Slide

by Gus Norcross 10

There is something that draws me to long slide 1911s. I’m not sure exactly what it is but I like… more »

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Walther PPQ M2 .45 ACP Review

by Evan Brune 1

Glock, Heckler and Koch, Luger, Mauser, Luger, and Walther. With a long history of excellence in firearm manufacturing, Walther proves… more »

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