The volunteer part-time military force that protects the Great White North is retiring their World War II-era Enfield .303s for a new bolt-action rifle made specifically for their needs.
Sako is now shipping their carbon-fiber-stocked 85 Carbonlight. Chambered for several popular hunting cartridges, it is the lightest Model 85 ever made.
Sako’s touring the world showing off their latest lightweight, tactical, modular, multi-caliber sniper rifle. They’re very proud of it and we can see why, but there’s one thing: they won’t be selling these to regular people for a while. What do you think about that?
Trijicon is one of the great builders of battlefield optics, but they’ve been lacking in the red dot/holosight arena. Having had enough ceding business to the likes of EOTech and Aimpoint, they’re preparing to unveil a new top-tier challenger: the Trijicon SRS. We want one, bad.
Borne on the high seas, as US Marines battled with bayonet and cutlass aboard 19th century warships, the current Marine Corps Martial Arts Program draws from a rich history of close-quarters combat, built on the principle of “One Mind, Any Weapon.” And when it comes to weapons almost anything wi
The Sako Deluxe is a bolt-action rifle chambered in .416 Rem.
The Sako Custom Single Shot is a single-action hunting rifle chambered in .308 Win.
The Sako Varmint 75 is a bolt-action rifle chambered in six different calibers.
The Sako FinnLight is a bolt-action rifle chambered in 12 different calibers.
The Sako Deluxe 75 is a bolt-action rifle chambered in 18 different cartridges.