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The new fully-featured Saint pistols feature a custom free-floating rail, updated pistol brace and blast mitigation device.
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Enter to win over $7,000 in Guns & Gear. What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving!
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Arkansas to Allow Guns in Government Buildings, Colleges Thanks to ‘Enhanced’ Concealed Carry Permit
Earlier this year the Arkansas legislature created an “enhanced” concealed carry permit that allows permit holders to carry a firearm on college campuses and in government buildings.
I fondly remember picking up my grandfathers old dusty, faded hunting magazines and reading about hunting rifles. Unless you were buying a rifle from Kenny Jarrett, or other custom builders, sub-MOA rifles were nary to be found. Sometime during the late 90's or early 2000, factory rifles started to appear that could produce MOA results with factory ammunition. These days, companies guarantee MOA accuracy and owners seem to fly into a fit of panic if their new rifle fails to group 1.047 inches at 100 yards. I recently got to spend some time behind a Mossberg Patriot Predator rifle, chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, and had no problems hitting a 24-inch plate at 1,800 yards. How times have changed.
The post A Sub-$450 Bolt-Action Ringing Steel At 1,800 Yards — Mossberg’s Patriot Predator appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
There’s nothing like a new Glock, right out of the factory box: reliable, accurate, awesome. In fact, the only thing better — in certain circumstances — is an old Glock with key enhancements.
Lawmakers introduced legislation this week that would add bump stocks and similar accessories to the National Firearms Act.
The post New Bipartisan Bill Introduced: ‘Closing the Bump Stock Loophole Act’ appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
With the release this week of the SAINT Pistol variant, the Springfield Armory AR-15 family comes closer to completion. Not content to just chop down a SAINT and slap a forearm brace in place of the buttstock, Springfield has added some design features that make this AR pistol the one to beat. SPECS Type: Direct-impingment semiautomatic […]
The post First Look: Springfield SAINT Pistol — Full Review appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Like you always do, you’ve done your “homework” and researched the crap out of your next purchase: be it a Smart TV, a camera, handgun or tires for your truck. And as a result of your data collection efforts, you eventually decide on an item knowing that it has “almost” all the features and qualities you had on your wish list. It is a pretty good bet that the guys who engineered the new SAR 9 from SAR USA have felt the same way.
The post NEW: SAR 9 Full Review — SAR USA Imports Turkish Polymer Pistol appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The City Council Public Safety Committee voted Monday 6-1 on a measure that would require NYPD to hand out written warnings about the dangers of gun ownership to prospective permit applicants.
The post NYC Gun Permits May Come with Surgeon-General Type Warning appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The new handguns all belong to the LCRx and SP101 series and are chambered for plinking and serious self-defense cartridges.
The post Ruger’s Got 5 New Pocket Revolvers in .22 WMR through 9mm appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
All AKs are equal. But some AKs are more equal than others.
The post Kalashnikov Concern Tells Us the Difference Between Russian AKs and Chinese ‘Type 56’ AKs appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Need a new truck gun? Look no further than Inland Manufacturing's new Motor Patrol Pistol.
The post Inland Announces New .30 Carbine Caliber Motor Patrol Pistol appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Meet the newest member of IWI's Tavor Bullpup Rifle Family: the Tavor 7 AR in 7.62x51mm.
The post IWI Launches the Tavor 7 Bullpup Rifle in 7.62X51mm appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Gov. Kenneth Mapp, in a toxic Sept. 4 order, proclaimed that the activated National Guard “is authorized and directed to seize arms, ammunition.”
The post LaPierre: U.S. Virgin Islands Order Shows Link Between Registration Lists And Confiscation appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Our friends over at Thrym have introduced an ingenious solution. Much like the tear away lens covers on motocross goggles, Thrym now offers the CLENS lens cover for popular flashlight models.
The post Keep Your Flashlight Lens Clean with A CLENS Protector appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
An Army veteran of the Iraq War has been convicted under New York’s SAFE Act for possessing three 17-round Glock magazines.
The post Iraq combat Veteran Convicted of NY SAFE Act Violation, Avoids Jail Time appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Whether you're heading to the backcountry on a hunt or out for a weekend excursion camping, there are few gear essentials as necessary as trekking poles. When my excursions take me into the high deserts and forests of New Mexico, one piece of kit that you will always find on my person is a good set of trekking poles. Trekking poles have a myriad of uses, and here are five reasons why you should almost always carry a pair of trekking poles.
The post Hunt 101: Top 5 Reasons Never to Hunt Without Trekking Poles appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
A Texas-based shooting firm has come up with a clever way to promote their business despite Google and YouTube's advertising restrictions.
The post If You Can’t Advertise Your Firearms Business with Google, Try Puppies appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The Holy Grail of tactical shotguns has always been a detachable magazine feeding system. Several have come to market, but none of them worked well. Even those based on the ultra-reliable AK-47 fell short. For some reason, scaling up to 12 gauge just doesn’t feed the way it should. This week, we got our hands on the latest attempt to reach this bar. We have good news. For once, someone may have solved it
The post Standard Manufacturing’s SKO-12 — An American-Made AR-15 Style 12 Gauge appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The muzzleloader can be a freezer-saver; many states offer a special season after, or sometimes before, the regular rifle season, and there may even be an additional tag involved. I have had deer seasons where the centerfire rifle went unfired for the entire season, and the muzzleloader was relied on to put meat in the freezer.
The post Thompson Center’s Strike: A Striker-Fired Muzzleloader — Full Review appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.