The M&P M2.0 calls itself “an entirely new platform” showing changes and improvements from stem to stern, with work done to the trigger, grip, frame, and finish.
Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center gets a boost with new M&P branded rifles, pistols and slide kits set to hit dealer shelves in 2017.
Pro-shooter Jerry Miculek succeeded in engaging three different targets at 15 feet, shooting each multiple times center mass in 1.59 seconds.
American Outdoor Brands Corporation opened the new division to expand its presence in “the rugged outdoor recreation market” and brought an executive from competitor Vista Outdoor to head the department.
As 2016 comes to a close, it’s time to look back on the companies and products that made this year unique.
Truglo gives shooters one more way to light up their target in the dark with the new Tritium Pro night sights that look to increase speed and accuracy for tactical shooters, according to a press release by the company.
According to last week’s filing, 44.2 million votes were in favor of the changing the name to American Outdoor Brands compared to 4.8 million against it.
SSL Firearms Corporation will auction off a 1924 .32-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver once owned by Al Capone next month.
Stockholders approved Smith & Wesson’s rebranding strategy Tuesday that could result in nearly a billion dollars in earnings by the end of the fiscal year.
The overwhelming majority of Smith & Wesson’s stockholders voted Tuesday to change the holding company’s name.