The popular new set up was front and center at Remington’s booth with six configurations of the Model 870 DM — standing for “detachable magazine” — on display.
A slimmed down version of the company’s standard RDB, the new Survival variant recently started shipping and was a sought-after item at SHOT Show last week.
Big gun expert Bob Bigando shows us the products and companies that he liked best at SHOT Show 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Utah-based suppressor powerhouse has a new fully welded, full-auto rated multicaliber can with no barrel restrictions ready to accommodate everything from .22 Hornet to .300 WM.
The budget pistol caliber carbine maker had their new 10mm Auto chambering on hand in Las Vegas, complete with a threaded barrel and two different finishes.
The Massachusetts-based Yankee Hill Machine Company said they wanted to offer customers an option to buy one suppressor that covers a variety of calibers rather than be stuck with one built for a single caliber.
We stopped by the Beretta booth at the 2018 SHOT Show to see what they had new in stock, they offered several new products from pistols to rifle to shotguns
The latest installment to the storied gun maker’s line of revolvers is a 6-shot double-action-only .38 aimed at the concealed carry market.
Backed by a legion of YouTube gun bloggers, Brownells introduced four classic throwback AR rifles along with a cast of characters to back them up.
Larry Grossman has spent over 40 years working on the .44 Auto Mag, the gun made famous in the 1983 Dirty Harry film Sudden Impact. After being out of production for 25 years, it’s back this year.