Comparing six types of 1911s. (Courtesy of Dan Abraham) SEPTEMBER 01, 2018 DAN “THEFIREARMGUY” ABRAHAM It’s hard to believe that a handgun produced in the year 1911 still flourishes today. Many collectors and shooters feel the most accurate handgun in their collection is a 1911. There is nothing like taking a 1911 handgun to the range
By Denis Prisbrey The old saying “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” is pretty much rule No. 1 in the case of .44 Magnum autopistols. A revolver can be trimmed down quite a bit to shoot the .44 Magnum—if you’re sufficiently resistant to pain and have access to a good carpal tunnel surgeon—but
TheFireArmGuy YouTube Channel Here is a 3- way comparison with the Sig Sauer P220 vs the Desert Eagle 1911 C vs the Browning Hi Power. I talk a little about each and shoot these to demonstrate how excellent they are. Please rank them in order, 1 – 3, of your preference.
by Max Prasac – Saturday, November 11, 2017 The initial shots evidently didn’t get it done, much to the chagrin of our guide who had a look of disbelief on his face as he muttered something incoherent under his breath. If we let the bull stiffen up a while we would more than likely find him
by B. Gil Horman – Thursday, May 11, 2017 One of the selling points of a quality revolver is a good selection of interchangeable grips. Unlike most semi-automatic pistols, which only allow for minor changes to the grip shape (if any), revolver grips make it possible to change thickness, length, texture, finger grooves and even the
by Mike Detty – Thursday, September 8, 2016 2016 marks the 30-year anniversary for Magnum Research Incorporated (MRI), a company best known for its iconic Desert Eagle pistol. But the Minnesota-based company offers shooters more than just an incredibly powerful semi-automatic handgun. MRI produces a line of rimfire rifles, center-fire bolt guns and single-action revolvers chambered for incredibly