Prior to the school shooting at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School, Jaylen Fryberg lured his victims to lunch via tex message. They were all friends. Read more
Beretta’s plastic fantastic .45 PX4 Storm SD stands on the shoulders of industry giants in the Joint Combat Pistol program, but how does it measure up to civilian handguns? Read more
Along with shifting its entire manufacturing capabilities to Gallatin, Tennessee, Beretta U.S.A. has plans for a new research and development facility as well, to develop projects like an ARX rifle and all-purpose tool for the U.S. military.
The company plans to open a 158,000 square foot facility within a year of Thursday’s ground breaking ceremony and move its entire manufacturing capabilities to the area within five years. By 2019, Beretta estimates adding 300 jobs to the area.
For many people, competitive shooting seems as distant from their skill level as the NFL is from Peewee league, but that’s not normally the case. Infact, most leagues have divisions for shooters of all skill levels. Read more
In upholding Maryland’s strict new gun control laws, a federal judge on Tuesday ruled that AR-15 style rifles and others “fall outside Second Amendment protection as dangerous and unusual arms” Read more
It’s 1979, the year disco and M1911’s military service formally died. People to this day argue why the boneheaded brass ditched the best pistol on the planet Read more
The Salvo 12 has the potential to affect how Americans see silencers. It is Silencerco’s boldest product with the power to change hearts and minds. Read more
The Tennessee plant is scheduled to open in mid-2015 which will mark the beginning of Beretta’s transition out of Maryland. The move is politically-motivated. Read more