The Olympic Arms Enforcer is not your typical 1911. Loaded with semi-custom features, it has all the elements required in a fine defensive handgun.
STI's Sentinel Premier refuses to falter, even after being forced to digest 1,650 rounds.
What was once old is new again. Check out the latest from legendary 1911-maker Detonics.
Taurus makes a decided case for concealed carry.
Winchester's Bonded PDX1 personal defense ammo offers optimum penetration and expansion through a variety of intermediate obstacles. That's why it was chosen as the FBI's primary service round.
This 180-grain Barnes TAC XP bullet was handloaded in a .45 ACP case ahead of 8.2 grains of Ramshot True Blue powder and a CCI 300 primer.
Remington's Golden Saber line of ammunition utilizes a bullet with a jacket made of the same copper-zinc alloy (brass) utilized in cartridge cases.
This classic load is a popular self-defense choice. See how it performs after 15 years in storage.
The .45 Colt is not generally considered a self-defense cartridge, but the introduction of the Taurus Judge has changed that perception.
This screaming-fast .45 ACP load is a great choice for a carry gun—which is why our ballistic expert carries it.