The 1911 is without a doubt one of the most popular pistols in the country. Its longevity is a testament to the genius of its design. Subtle improvements have been made to John Moses Browning’s iconic design, and it still suffers from one weak spot—the magazine.
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The Beretta 92 series has gone through a lot of changes in its service life with the U.S. military. First introduced in the ’80s, it met with tremendous resistance from die hard aficionados of the 1911 it was replacing. The Beretta M9 was the pistol I qualified with, and it was also my very first carry gun when I got my Indiana LTC.
It’s been around for nearly 100 years and the design is well known as one of John Moses Browning’s finest creations.
John Moses Browning’s iconic 1911 pistol is one of the most well known and widely recognized handguns ever produced. It served in the US Military for well over 70 years, and many insist that it is still a superior handgun even today.
Remington’s first 1911 in 91 years revealed! The gun was not supposed to be launched until May 1st, but we’ve got an exclusive sneak peek. Well worth the wait, the Remington 1911 R1, comes with two 7-round magazines and a bushing wrench along with an offer for a discount on the purchase of a 1911 Multi Tool.