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Earlier this year I noticed a Facebook ad for American Technology Network’s (ATN) new X-Sight II HD digital rifle scope. As firearm-related ads are wont to do, it called my name until I finally decided to check it out.
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Springfield launched the .40 S&W version of the EMP 1911.
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Gov. Abbott has instructed the Texas Department of Public Safety to replace gun permits to any resident who had their cards lost or damaged in the storm.
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A slow or sloppy presentation is akin to leisurely leaving the starting blocks when the starter’s gun goes off for a race. This is the case no matter where you carry your gun. While there are countless ways to carry, let’s look at two of the most common modes of carry (standard waistband carry and a pocket pistol) and how to effectively get them into the fight.
How do you tell if a riflescope is first or second focal plane?
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“Always carry a gun”
I looked in mild surprise at the Border Patrol agent who had just spoken the words. We had been discussing the illegal drug trafficking that occurred on a near-daily basis across the West Texas ranch where I worked.
“Yeah, I usually do … But really?”
“Yes. You just never know.”
DoubleStar expanded its popular Always Ready Carbine (ARC) line with the addition of a .300 Blackout caliber model; meeting the needs of hunters who wanted those larger 30-caliber bullets for hogs and deer. This filled the gap in the ARC line for a suppressible caliber version as well.
For many of us, carrying a concealed handgun includes carrying while spending significant time in the workplace.
Actor and anti-gunner Liam Neeson no longer wants to play the hero in action movies.
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“Phil, we’re going to pass on him; he’s just a bit too short for what we’re looking for.” Really? The bull was as dead as yesterday, comfortably wading in the billabong, completely oblivious to the hunters standing 40 paces away behind the shade tree on the bank. But, professional hunter Graham Williams was very serious, and all I could do was draw the rifle down on the buffalo and count coup. Something in my body language must have expressed frustration, and the ever-cool Willams uttered what I would soon learn was his catch-phrase: “Please be patient, there are many bulls to be looked over.” I shouldered the big German double, and continued on the buffalo trail beside the series of waterholes that dotted the small valley.
IWI US, who imports the game-changing Tavor, is halting sales of the Tavor SAR. The company will transition entirely to the Tavor X95 and upcoming Tavor 7
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“The minute he pulled it out, he cocked it. And I thought, ‘I have to think of something,’” she said.
Rumor has it that Smith & Wesson is about to add a new model M&P 2.0 to their catalog and it looks a whole lot like a Glock 19.
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Father and son duo Neil and Billy Hopkins found over 30 firearms fishing an English river with magnets. People have found over 110 guns in these waters.
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A group of Oregon lawmakers launched a petition last week to repeal the state's new confiscatory gun law.
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SIG's cashing in on the Creedmoor craze, announcing this week the release of the 6.5 Creedmoor Open Tip Match (OTM) round.
Meet American Tactical's Road Agent, a 12-gauge side by side scattergun that harkens back to days when highwaymen and bandits posed a real threat to travelers heading West.
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In their perfect, all-knowing wisdom, the United States Congress in 1934 limited the legal length of a rifle barrel to no shorter than 16 inches. For barrels under 16 inches, the National Firearms Act requires gun owners to apply for a special license and render unto Uncle Sam a $200 tax stamp. But the Act includes a caveat. Barrels are measured from the breech face to “the furthermost end of the barrel or permanently attached muzzle device.” A barrel can be 14.5 inches long, for example, provided a 1.5-inch muzzle device is also permanently affixed.
When is a gun defined as a firearm? Even better when is a gun a ghost? If you are a staunch 2nd Amendment advocate as I am plus like to build stuff — especially stuff that goes bang — then 80 percent lowers no doubt tickle your fancy. According to the Federal Government, the Polymer80 Spectre 80 percent pistol kit is nothing more than a piece of polymer, but apply some calculated cuts with drill bits and cutting tools, shape the polymer with a file and sand paper, and add parts and that inert piece of plastic becomes a functioning semi-automatic pistol.
When it comes to long-range competition, the automatic assumption is that you need a riflescope that’s equal or greater in cost to most people’s house payment in order to compete. While you can certainly go that route, there’s also a lot to be said about budget-friendly glass that’s still more than qualified to take on the benchmark 1,000-yard shot. A case in point is Nikon’s new Black X1000, a scope engineered from the ground up to tackle the precision rifle game.
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