Smith & Wesson joins forces with Magpul to bring consumers an updated take on the popular M&P 15-22 Sport rifle. The M&P 15-22 Sport MOE SL builds upon the M&P 15-22 line with the addition of Magpul accessories.
The STEP-22LS receiver fits Ruger Mk-I, Mk-II, Mk-III and 22/45 pistols and features 1913 rails for mounting accessories as well as an integral suppressor.
I was enthused to review the Henry American Beauty, a rifle intended mainly for women that is neither pink nor of lesser quality than its counterparts.
Kel-Tec’s PMR-30 pistol, chambered in .22 magnum, is a full-size handgun with a lot to offer aside from its larger companion, the CMR-30 carbine.
Top Shot Dustin Ellerman tests a whole rack of suppressed rifles and pistols to see if the cans have any appreciable effect on velocity.
Other than owners of centerfire M&P pistols, who should be interested in the M&P-22 pistol? Training? Hunting? Competition?
You probably already suspect the answer to this 50/50 question on windshield ballistics, so you might as well get some confirmation in this short video from Full Mag.
While it’s not the prettiest or smoothest rifle, Marlin’s 795 semi-auto is one of the best performers at and significantly above it’s price point.
Alleviating the need to waste time and extra money swapping out barrels, Smith & Wesson cuts out the middleman with the new suppressor ready M&P22 Compact.
Sure, there are a number of other worthy rimfire guns from other manufacturers, so why crown Ruger king? Here are eight good reasons why.