John M. Browning developed the Model 1911 to fire the powerful 45 ACP cartridge. Browning developed it to fire the 22 L.R. and, after extensive testing and research, determined that 85% of the original size was ideal for the smaller cartridge. Put one in your hands and we know that you’ll agree. The grip is comfortable even in large hands and feels equally at home in smaller ones. The lightweight alloy construction is anything but light duty. Own a little piece of history today. And now with the addition of a polymer-framed version, you have more choices than ever.
This new ehanced Black Label polymer-framed version of the famous 1911A1 is light, responsive, and less fussy about ammunition than some other tactical style 22LR pistols, released for the January 2015 SHOT Show.
FREE SHIPPING WITH THIS PRODUCT! #J87T010 The 87 Target is a .22LR single-action pistol designed for precision shooting and training. The 6" (150 mm) long barrel...
Striker fired pistols are becoming an important segment worldwide for the Military & Law Enforcement sector. The Beretta APX, utilizing a removable, serialized chassis frame,...
One great looking target pistol. One great shooter. With a specially contoured barrel, this Buckmark has style to match its amazing accuracy. The full-length scope...
Every Buck Mark starts out as a solid piece of aircraft-grade 7075 aluminum alloy, and then is CNC machined to exacting tolerances. The crisp single-action...