Besides the assorted suppressors aplenty, the halls of SHOT Show 2017 are heavy with offerings that feature selector-switches and others that require the exchange of National Firearms Act paper.
Machine Gun Mike lives up to his name and lights up a real deal post-86 sample Fabrique Nationale P90TR as fast as it can cycle.
The gun maker says certain FN SCAR 17S rifles contain a bolt that does not meet internal hardness specifications and firing the rifles could result in catastrophic failure. A total of 417 defective rifles were shipped July 28-29.
A federal court Tuesday settled a dispute over the government awarding an Army contract to Colt’s Manufacturing even though the company did not meet the fed’s prerequisites.
A federal court sided with Remington Arms in a dispute with the government’s vetting process regarding an Army contract that had been awarded to Colt after it declared bankruptcy.
Perhaps the fastest shooter in the biz today, Jerry Miculek, clocks in with FN’s belt-fed 5.56mm semi-auto– but rings the steel so fast you wouldn’t know it.
FN Herstal stepped way out of the civilian handgun production box when brought to market the 5.7x28mm round for their Five-seveN MK2.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, amidst a bid to become the third in the family to sit in the Oval Office, shared a moment on twitter Tuesday.
Clyde Armory broke an agreement that was approved by a federal court last year by continuing to use the trademark of FN’s SCAR rifle without permission, the lawsuit says.
While the complaint has been sealed off from the public, court documents reveal a solicitation number to a 2014 notice by the Army requesting 292,000 M4 carbines.