Handguns

Custom 1911 Project: Part 1- getting started

August 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

Custom 1911 Project: Part 1- getting started, presented by Rifleshooter.com and Brownells Custom 1911 Project: Part 1- getting started Custom 1911 Project: Part 2-undercut trigger guard Custom 1911 Project: Part 3- fit and blend grip safety Custom 1911 Project: Part 4- machining a chain link …

I often shoot pistols.  Normally, I run a series of 5-circle drills, CSAT standards, USMC and FBI qualification courses. They keep me up to speed, but after years of shooting the same thing, I have been looking to step out of my comfort zone. Larry Vickers …

Charter Arms Pitbull .45 ACP Review

July 25, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Charter Arms Pitbull .45 ACP: Big Boy is in the House We don’t do very many handgun reviews here at rifleshooter.com, despite the fact that some of us do more pistol shooting than anything else. The few reviews we post tend to start out …

Colt M45A1 Review: USMC Pistol Review

June 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Marine Corps and a Colt 1911 Two big things happened to me when I turned 18, I joined the Marines and I bought my first pistol (in the state I live in, you used to be able to obtain a handgun license at the age …

Bob Marvel Custom 1911 Classes

August 5, 2014 // 0 Comments

Bob Marvel will be offering custom 1911 classes in Asheboro, North Carolina.   Marvel is well known for his custom 1911s.  The cost of the ten day class includes the parts needed for a student to complete his own pistol. If you have the time …

Surefire X300 Review

September 11, 2011 // 0 Comments

Rifleshooter.com reviews the Surefire X300 The Surefire X300 (152-000-041) is an LED tactical light, powered by two 123A batteries, that is mountable to a series of rifles, shotguns and pistols.  The unit simply slides onto the rail and is quickly removable by the user.  The light has a rugged …

DVD Review: Bill Rogers Reactive Pistol Shooting

August 23, 2011 // 0 Comments

Rifleshooter.com reviews Panteao Productions “Make Ready with Bill Rogers: Reactive Pistol Shooting” Bill Rogers is a former FBI agent and the inventor of the kydex holster.  He runs the world renowned Rogers Shooting School in  Ellijah Georgia. The video begins with Rogers discussing why he …

If you are reading this, it is likely that you have read my short review of Paul’s carbine DVD, if not, you can find it under the training heading on the side. Paul’s approach to teaching pistol is the same as his approach to teaching …