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New at the NRA 2017 Annual Meeting is the DoubleStar ARC 300, which stands for “Always Ready Carbine.” The 300 BLK carbine is based on the 5.56mm Always Ready Carbine and features an extremely light weight of 6.7 pounds.
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We saw the Heckler & Kock VP9SK at NRA 2017. If you're a fan of HK, then I don't need to tell you anything else. If you're not into HK, no worries, move along, nothing to see here...
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Send to Kindle Kimber’s Micro and Micro 9 pistols are flying off the shelves. They’re a hit! I think that’s for two reasons, well, three, actually. First, they meet the standard that all concealed carry guns must meet. That is, they’re actually comfortable to carry. As Paul Helsinki always tells people, “Buy the gun that […]
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Released at the 2017 NRA Show in Atlanta, Georgia, the CMMG AR-pattern .45 ACP Guard employs a patent-pending “Radial Delayed Blowback” system and feeds from .45 ACP-sized Glock magazines.
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The Fox A Grade side-by-side shotgun is a real sight to behold.
Stevens unveiled their single-shot, break-action shotgun, the Stevens 301, at NRA 2017.
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The XD-E is a gun you have to shoot to believe. I generally don’t prefer DA/SA guns, but this one runs like a scalded cat.
The are five problems with reporters’ unyielding request for Trump’s taxes.
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