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  • Springfield XDM45

    Springfield Armory is another classic American firearms manufacturer. In 1777, General George Washington himself surveyed and approved the site for the armory in Springfield, Massachusetts. Shortly after, patriots began to manufacture firearms and ammunition for their war for independence. Springfield Armory is still alive and thriving today. In 1999 Springfield introduced the XD series of […] More

  • HK45

    Accuracy, outstanding ergonomics and excellent reliability. That’s what you’re getting when you buy an H&K. They’re not the cheapest option on the list, but they are some of the most rugged pistols on the market. Used by law enforcement and civilians across the country, the H&K line of pistols is combat proven and won’t let […] More

  • Smith and Wesson M&P 2.0

    The Smith and Wesson M&P line is relatively new to the scene, making its first debut in 2005. Since then they quickly built a reputation for being some of the best pistols on the market. Used by civilians and police departments across the country, the M&P is the go to polymer pistol for shooters who […] More

  • Ruger American

    I must admit, when I first saw pictures of this pistol online I was not impressed. It looked like another cheap plastic Glock knock off. Boy was I wrong. The Ruger American pistol has fantastic ergonomics and a crisp trigger. The grip allows you to get a nice high purchase on the gun for a […] More

  • Glock 36

    For the shooter who wants a subcompact carry gun chambered in the massive .45 ACP, it’s hard to beat the Glock 36. This single stack pistol holds 6+1 rounds of .45 in a slim, easy to conceal package. Some shooters may find the recoil a bit stout in such a small gun, but the trade […] More

  • Glock 21

    The full size Glock 21 offers 13+1 rounds of .45 ACP in a rock solid reliable package. This is a big gun, perfect for home defense or duty carry. The large grip allows for maximum control for accurate follow up shots and fast reloads.  MoreReport Item navigation Previous submission Next submission View full list More

  • Glock 30

    If you want something lighter with a higher capacity, then you’ll have to move onto the polymer pistols. Glock gets my vote. The model 30 holds 10+1 rounds of .45 ACP in a compact package that’s easy to carry. It’s also surprisingly soft shooting for its size. The downside is this pistol is a bit […] More

  • Ruger SR1911

    While the full size Colt Government model is certainly the classic 1911, there are plenty of other options on the market. One of the best new comers to the scene is the Ruger SR1911. I’m fond of the commander size model, which has a slightly shorter barrel at 4.25 inches. This makes it a bit […] More

  • Colt 1911

    Kicking off the list is the classic Colt 1911. When most people think of .45, they think of the Colt 1911. This beauty is an American classic, used by the United States armed forces from 1911-1985. Designed by John Browning and manufactured by Colt, the 1911 was a welcome replacement to the .38 caliber revolvers […] More

  • Springfield Armory XD40

    The Springfield XD line is great for anyone looking for a good reliable pistol made in the USA. Springfield Armory was first established in Springfield Massachusetts in 1777 to manufacture weapons and ammo for the patriots fighting for America’s independence. It doesn’t get any more American than Springfield Armory. The XD line offers subcompact, compact […] More

  • Walther PPS

    The single stack pistol that started it all. As more and more American’s began getting their concealed carry permits, the market started shifting to more smaller, thinner and lighter weight handguns. The 1911s and revolvers of the past feel like boat anchors compared to what’s available today. The Walther PPS was one of the first […] More

  • Walther PPQ

    The Walther PPQ is touted by many as the “Glock killer.” Glock isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, but the Walther is still an outstanding pistol. Walther seemed to listen to the common complaints of Glock owners when they were creating the PPQ. It’s more ergonomic, has a better trigger and a better set of sights […] More

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