Retro Gun Review: Colt 1991A1 Series 80 in .45 ACP

The 1980s were rough on Colt. Their former dominance in the handgun market was challenged by the likes of Smith & Wesson, Beretta, and a relative newcomer, GLOCK. With the replacement of the 1911A1 in military service by the Beretta 92 Series, Colt lost a strong marketing tool. For generations, they’d marketed the 1911 series […]

Vintage Gun Review: Savage Enfield No.4 MK1*

There are few guns that capture the imagination like those from World War II. I got into shooting because of my interest in these classic weapons and my love of history. Finding these guns at shows or local stores became a sort of sport to me and I loved the idea of getting my hands […]

Gun Review: Ruger SR1911 Lightweight Officer-Style 9mm

When most people think of the Series 70 1911, Ruger isn’t the first brand to come to mind. My advice: you should expand your thinking. This review is on one of Ruger’s newer takes on John Moses Browning’s world-famous design, the SR1911 Lightweight Officer-Style 9mm. Just about everyone makes a 1911 or an AR-15 these […]

Gun Review: Caracal VERSUS Competition Rifle

Caracal is a name that most reading this blog will associate with their Enhanced F handgun, something RF lusted after harder than Israeli supermodels. After swinging for the fences with their first release and coming up short, they’ve switched gears and have started producing a more “traditional” line of firearms. Their latest release is the […]

Gun Review: Ruger Mark IV Target .22LR Pistol

Ruger’s Mark rimfire pistols have been around in one form or another since 1949. A great number of people don’t know the fascinating history or this gun, which began life as what was only called the Standard Model. In this review we will be taking a look at the Mark IV Target variant and what […]