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.
What was once old is new again. Check out the latest from legendary 1911-maker Detonics.
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.
This screaming-fast .45 ACP load is a great choice for a carry gun—which is why our ballistic expert carries it.
Because it offers limited penetration, the Glaser Safety Slug is a great load for home defense.
Remington's new line of self-defense ammo performs very well, and the 230-grain .45 ACP load is no exception.
Grizzly Xtreme is specialty ammunition loaded by Grizzly Cartridge Company.