When I received an email from an industry friend telling me that Magpul had a new M1911 grip in the works, my initial reaction was an unenthusiastic, “meh”. Not because Magpul doesn’t make great kit, they do. It’s just that the M1911 platform is over 100 years old; every conceivable grip variation has already been made. 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.
PTR Industries has partnered with Atlantic Firearms to launch an exclusive rifle package including a PTR 91 A3S chambered for .308, six magazines and more. Read more
TriStar Arms has been a go-to name in affordable firearms from the day the company opened its doors and happy to announce its new Marine Tactical Cobra pump shotgun that is priced to move. Read more
Ruger has just announced a new model of LC9 that sports a major change. Unlike the existing LC9 pistols, the LC9s is striker-fired, not hammer-fired.
TrackingPoint has addressed one of the most common criticisms about their smart scopes with their new Solar Backpack. Now users can charge up in the field. Read more
IWI-US has just put together a California-compliant Tavor bullpup. If you had written off ever owning a Tavor because of your geography, think again. Read more
Aams Arms is bringing back an old-school design with a modern take with their new line of true, not mock, piston-driven Dissipator rifles and uppers. Read more
With the ARX-100 you’re able to get your hands on what the old Masada could have been. Sure the ARX-100’s $1950 MSRP is $450 more than the projected MSRP of the Masada, but that was back in 2007. A year when gas was $2.75 a gallon and brass-cased .223 ammo was $6 for a box of 20. Read more
Heckler & Koch is announcing a new service pistol for the commercial and law enforcement markets, the VP9, a striker-fired polymer-framed 9mm handgun. Read more