Gus Norcross - May 24, 2013
Gus Norcross talks Browning Hi power Upgrades: Thumb safeties
Gus Norcross - May 10, 2013
When I was a 19-year-old Cold War tank driver lugging around a World War II-era 1911A1,...
Robert W. Hunnicutt - May 09, 2013
I worked at the NRA for 20 years, and during most of my time there, the gold standard of NRA...
Peter G. Kokalis - May 08, 2013
The project that was to result in the Colt Commander commenced almost 65 years ago in a U.S.
Robert W. Hunnicutt - May 07, 2013
I don't think there's any method by which guns can be destroyed that's especially acceptable...
Gus Norcross - May 06, 2013
Up until 15 or 20 years ago, most 1911 front sights were staked to the slide. Staking worked...
Gus Norcross - April 19, 2013
When a 1911 pistol is fired, the slide and barrel move rearward for a short distance until the
Gus Norcross - April 05, 2013
Anyone who knows me will tell you there is no greater advocate of the 1911 pistol than Gus
Peter G. Kokalis - April 02, 2013
Almost 2,500 years ago, my ancestors, in August or September 480 B.C., fought the Battle of
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