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I have witnessed the birth of several categories of guns over the years. The latest trend of this nature is a class of guns described as pump-action firearms. Guns that fit into this category are pump firearms with a 14-inch barrel and no stock or pistol grip, firing 12 gauge shotgun rounds, and with an overall length of more than 26 inches. The Remington Tac-14 is one of the newest additions.
The post A Non-NFA 14” Remington 870? The New TAC-14 – Full Review! appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The only problem with a suppressed pistol is carrying it. Today we are going to solve that problem.
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Actor Roger Moore died this week at the age of 89. Apparently, like many Hollywood elites, he was no fan of firearms.
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Sportsman’s Warehouse had a poor first quarter this year, losing both the Gander Mountain bid as well as $3.8 million in earnings, according to a conference call with financial analysts.
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With more than 15 million concealed carriers in the U.S., what do you think is happening to crime rates?
The post Pop Quiz: US Now Has 15 Million Concealed Carriers, And Crime Rates Are ______? appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Honor Defense announced this week nine new SKUs of the Honor Guard compact and sub-compact models, bringing their total offerings to 16 pistols. Not too shabby for a company that's only been around for approximately two years.
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Lawmakers have proposed legislation that would prohibit gun companies from selling a firearm if it can be operated by an “average five-year-old child.”
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My first thought when reading the breaking news of the new X-Five line was that SIG was making some neat looking cosmetic changes to the pistol and maybe a bell here or a whistle there. It wasn’t until I received the test sample of the P320 X-Five and immediately tore it apart before I realized that the mad scientists at SIG had done much more than that! It is a P320, and shares the same internal serialized chassis (or fire control group) as the rest of the series. But in just about every other way it is a completely new and different gun.
The post A Mega-Capacity Sig Sauer P320? The 21+1 Full Size X-Five 9mm – Full Review. appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
We all know how important situational awareness is in the overall scheme of personal defense. In fact, the whole point of situational awareness is to avoid trouble if you can.
On a hunt in Zimbabwe, trophy hunter Theunis Botha was crushed after a fellow hunter shot and killed an elephant which collapsed and crushed Botha.
The post African Trophy Hunter Dies, Crushed by Dead Elephant appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
If you haven't entered the Yours and Mine Giveaway yet, now is the time to do it! What do you stand to win? Over $10,000 in guns and gear!
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Things have changed at Winchester since the mid-19th century, the New Haven, Connecticut plant is no more, and ownership of the company has changed as well. One thing has remained though: Winchester rifles are synonymous with reliability. There have been many different models, and many variations on a particular model. Herein, I'm tackling the Winchester XPR rifle, a modern bolt-action designed to handle it all, at a price that won’t see you sleeping on the couch.
The post A Sub-MOA Winchester for $550? The XPR Bolt-Action – Full Review. appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Watch as Raniero Testa beats his own record! He shoots 13 clay targets in 1.6 seconds before they touch the ground with the new Winchester SX4 autoloading shotgun.
The post Watch this World Record-Setting Display: 13 Clays in 1.6 Seconds appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“The talent and reach of this Council will get even more Americans thinking, talking, and taking action, all toward our shared goal – saving lives from gun violence," said Feinblatt.
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A University of Kansas professor resigned earlier this month ostensibly due to fear of the state’s new campus carry law, which is set to take effect at public universities on July 1.
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It is sometimes said that “timing is everything” and, in this instance, that proved to be true for the United States military. As events transpired, there was a source for manufacturing modern military service rifles that could go into production in a relatively short period of time. This fortuitous happenstance was due to the fact that when the United States declared war, three American plants were completing production of the “Pattern 1914” rifle under contract for the government of Great Britain. That would lead to what we now know as the Model 1917 rifle.
The post MilSurp: An American Enfield – The History of the .30-06 Model 1917 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Crimping gets a bad rap. Just as we sometimes tend to fix construction mistakes with a hammer rather than taking the time to properly fit parts, we tend to view crimping as a way to “fix” a less than perfect bullet seating. The problem with crimping is that it sounds so logical. The word "crimping" kind of implies the process of locking a bullet in place. But, there is more to it than just that.
The post Reloading: To Crimp or Not to Crimp, That is the Question appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Love it or hate it, the 10mm round deserves respect. Both the chambering and the 6.3-inch barrel that Dan Wesson equips the Bruin with make it a great choice for hunting—especially with 10mm cartridges loaded to their full potential. Pigs, deer, and bear within close range will fall prey to the Bruin.
The post Loaded for Bear: Dan Wesson Bruin 10mm Long Slide – Full Review appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Does a suppressor effect the velocity of your projectile? The answer is yes they do, but not in the manner you might think.
“It’s that time of the year where kids will be getting out of school, bored with nothing to do, so you will see a lot more activities, especially burglaries,” Mapes said.
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