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Mossberg announced Wednesday that it will be terminating its relationship with Dick's Sporting Goods and it subsidiary Field & Stream.
In 2007 McMillan Firearms built a custom TAC-338 for legendary SEAL sniper Chris Kyle. Kyle told the McMillan gunsmiths that insurgents had learned the effective range of his 300 Win MAG, and he wanted something that could reach out a little further.
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NEMO decided to team with KRG for the Dakkar and the result is spectacular. The chassis looks like something out of the space age and it contains all the features a growing boy needs. From the tool-less barrel change to the carbon fiber forend, innovation is the name of the game.
You don’t have to spend $1000 to get a suppressor-ready handgun with a pre-installed optic. You don’t even have to spend $700. FMK Firearm’s new Elite Series of semi-automatic pistols come standard (yes, standard) with either a Vortex Venom or a Burris Fastfire 3 (your choice), suppressor sights, and a threaded barrel.
The post Sub-$700 Pistol w/ Optic, Threaded Barrel, and Suppressor Sights: Hello FMK Elite appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“Eric Schneiderman appears to be someone who promoted gun control when he should have really focused all of his energy on self-control,” Gottlieb concluded.
The post CCRKBA: Maybe Schneiderman Needs Self Control, Not Gun Control appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Warning: Viewer discretion is advised. Hide the children. Tell the faint of heart to leave the room. What you are about to watch is horribly graphic and deeply disturbing.
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“Oliver North is a true hero and warrior for freedom,” LaPierre continued, “and NRA members are proud to stand with him.”
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The Ideal Conceal cell phone pistol is in the final phases of testing and could be hitting store shelves as early as next month.
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With the right organizational system and the right bag, all of these fit and travel easily with room left over for a laptop, A/C adaptor, some papers and a book. Sure, it’s a lot of stuff, but that’s how I roll. With that, here are my top five important pieces of gear.
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Krytos’ products allow shooters to either carry a noticeably lighter handgun or add accessories while maintaining a similar weight. A G17 with a red dot, threaded barrel, and titanium slide, for example, weighs about 2 ounces less than a factory G19.
The post Lighten Up Your Glock with Titanium Slides from Krytos Industries appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The Laser Recoil Trainer replaces your handgun’s barrel and barrel spring, and uses compressed CO2 to rack the slide and mimic live rounds. The tip of the “barrel” features a built-in laser that lights up on each shot, so shooters can see where their round would have landed.
The post Cool Fire’s Laser Recoil Trainer Makes Dry Fire Practice Fun appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
"This was event security, not my bodyguard,” said Milano. “But regardless, this security guy has had training and passed a background check. These are the common sense gun reform policies we are fighting for for [sic] everyone.”
The post Alyssa Milano on Anti-NRA Rally: Those Armed Guards Protecting Me Aren’t Mine appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
One of the cool features of the T/CR22 is that on the last round, with factory mags, the bolt locks open. This is a feature missing from most other semi-auto .22 rifles.
The post Thompson Center’s New Semi-Auto .22 Rifle Takes Ruger Aftermarket Accessories appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
MGM is the largest portable target maker in the world for a reason: they pay attention to the little things and, as their company slogan says, “leave nothing to chance.”
The post MGM’s ‘Hexalloy’ Target System Takes a Beating and Keeps on Dinging appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Burris recently announced their brand-new Oracle rangefinding bow sight, a one-of-a-kind device that provides both the exact distance to the target and exact point of aim. We got our sweaty little fingers on it at this year’s NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, and it looks like it could be a game-changer.
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For years Trijicon’s Miniature Rifle Optic has maintained the gold standard in red dots, but that hasn’t stopped the company from working to improve its legendary design.
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Earlier this year we reviewed the German Sport Gun MP40 imported by American Tactical (ATI). It’s fun to shoot and a great tribute to WWII, but, as we said in the review, it would be really fun with an authentic-looking collapsible stock.
The post American Tactical Unveils MP40 Collapsible Stock and 9mm AR-15 Adapter appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Magpul has been reaching into every corner of the firearms industry, so the release of a bipod probably shouldn’t be that big of a surprise. What is a surprise, it looks like it might be pretty good for the price.
SIG has come out swinging in the hunting optics arena this year, with the introduction of the all-new BDX line. The Ballistic Data Exchange, or BDX, is a family of range finders and scopes that work together for fast and accurate shots. Once paired, the rangefinder beams data to the scope, showing a holdover dot for a fail-safe firing solution. The illuminated dot in the scope is bright and unmistakable, and also features SIG’s anti-cant illumination dots on the left and right edges of the scope.
Smith & Wesson’s iconic Model 19 is back, and it looks like it could be better than ever. It’s been nearly two decades since the company stopped producing the 357 Magnum revolver, but they’ve responded to customer demand and made some improvements on the old design.
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