Whether plinking, practicing, competing or training, a .22 LR alternative is financially desirable and very beneficial.
It could be safe to assume that when the first 1911 pistol was test-fired, inspected and sold, there would be little consideration that an article would be penned 100 years later in 2011 on a new offering of the same design.
Named after the swift desert Lynx, there is a new choice for a high-capacity, synthetic frame pistol in the United States, and it’s just off the boat from Abu Dhabi.
The Model 1 as you may recall is a custom built, somewhat expensive platform for the discriminating shooter looking for the ultimate 1911 performance gun.
Residing at the polar opposite of the spectrum from the “Saturday Night Special” is the modern “Hand Cannon” and while there are plenty of nominees for “King of the Hill” we would like to introduce you to one of the top contenders: the .50GI Model 1 from Guncrafter Industries.
There are few people intimately involved with the gun industry who have not had a favorite 1911 or two. Testing the latest .45 ACP offering from DoubleStar Arms started as a familiar exercise but quickly turned into a new and exciting experience.
The Gemtech Tundra more resembles a rimfire suppressor than a 9mm suppressor