700CP

The new Remington 700 Chassis system and is designed to provide an accurate and compact pistol that can easily be used for long range, hunting, or range shooting. The short action Model 700 CP will be initially offered in 300 Blackout, .223 Remington, and .308 Winchester and will come with 10 Round mags for each.

700 CP

700 CP

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MSRP
$1040.00

1911 R1

The Model 1911 R1 takes history's most trusted pistol platform to new levels of performance. Advancements include a match-grade stainless steel barrel and precision-fit bushing for out-of-box accuracy; precision-machined frame and slide to ensure smooth cycling; and a three-dot dovetailed sight system promoting rapid target acquisition.

24 Models with 3 Caliber offering.

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1911 R1 Enhanced Threaded Barrel

1911 R1 Enhanced Threaded Barrel

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MSRP
$959.00

RM 380

It's the ultimate micro pistol, perfected for maximum concealment and shootability. The RM380 enhancements include a grip angle optimized for improved comfort and natural pointability.

4 Models with 1 Caliber offering.

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RM380

RM380

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MSRP
$328.00

R51

Re-engineered from the ground up and thoroughly tested to deliver ultimate reliability, the R51 gets you on target faster and more intuitively than any other subcompact on the market.

2 Models with 1 Caliber offering.

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Remington R51

Remington R51

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MSRP
$448.00

RP

Much more than a huge, double-stack magazine capacity, the new Remington RP embodies our engineers' commitment to shootability - designed end-to-end to deliver a level of shooter control and accuracy superior to every full-sized polymer-framed handgun on the market.

2 Models with 3 Caliber offerings.

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RP45

RP45

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MSRP
$418.00

TOMASIE'S TIPS

THE RIGHT GRIP FOR A 1911

Tips on the proper Model 1911 pistol grip by world-champion, Travis Tomasie.

Some common mistakes made by shooters:

  1. Firing hand isn't high enough on the gun
  2. Bad geometry of the support hand

Five pointers on proper grip for maximum control:

  • Proper geometry of the support hand is key. Make sure all fingers are together, wrapped around firing hand and making contact with the trigger guard.
  • Maximum contact with the palm of support hand and grip. The more skin on gun, the better recoil management you will have.
  • Rotate support hand wrist forward, so that left thumb points at target. This locks all tendons in place.
  • Make sure your hands are as high as you can get them.
  • The goal is to get hands as close to the barrel as you can. The higher your hand, the less muzzle flip.