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Win a Springfield Armory XD-S

Want to win a Springfield Armory XD-S 9mm handgun? To help celebrate the pistol’s three-year anniversary, Cheaper Than Dirt! and Springfield are giving away this highly desirable concealed carry handgun. Enter to win before March 23, 2015.

Springfield Armory XD9 Mod2 Subcompact 45ACP


New in 2015—Springfield XD Mod.2 Sub-Compact .45ACP

Like all XDs, the Mod.2 .45ACP Sub-Compact is no exception and comes stacked with features—striker status indicator, loaded chamber indicator, grip-safety, internal firing pin block, and the Ultra Safety Assurance (USA) Action Trigger System. Read this article to learn more.

Springfield Armory 1911 Marine Corps Operator


SHOT 2015—1911 Marine Corps Operator

Springfield Armory is offering the Loaded Series with a diverse lineup allowing you to pick the model with features most desirable to your intended course of fire and personal preference in ascetics. Read this article to learn more about the all-new Marine Corp Operator.

The Springfield XD side by side with the new Mod.2


SHOT 2015—Springfield XD Mod.2

For 2015, Springfield has another winner that will leave nothing but empty spaces on the shelves and retailers screaming for more. The Springfield XD Mod.2 with Grip Zone is a concealed carry dream. Read this article to learn more…

The Springfield Armory TRP


Art of the Gun: The Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol .45 ACP

The Tactical Response Pistol is built to the same specs as Springfield’s FBI contract Professional Model, but at about half the cost and no waiting list while they hand tool and fit each part. Amazingly, you aren’t going to sacrifice much in the way of performance and durability. The TRP is a tactical 1911 that stands out from the crowd.

Colt Commander, circa 1975.


The 1911 Pistol — Reliability and Accuracy

Originally designed to be used from horseback, the 1911 firearm proved successful during the last cavalry charge in 1916 Mexico. You can carry this traditional sidearm cocked and locked, but do you know why? Read this article and range report to learn why.