Several gun makers unleashed new concealed carry guns for 2017. Here are some pictures of the latest in the concealable pistol world from SHOT Show 2017.
To the delight of Springfield Armory fans, the Illinois-based company debuted a set of pistols at the start of SHOT Show 2017 in Las Vegas this week.
Springfield Armory’s foray into the AR-15 world began with a bang in November and its momentum continued into the first day of SHOT Show.
“I might be a sinner, but I’ve got a Saint in my hands,” says Hickok45 as he opens his review and discussion on Springfield Armory’s new entry to the AR-15 market.
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.
Early reviews reveal the rifle is living up to the marketing circus preceding the Saint’s Nov. 1 launch, cleverly dropped on All Saint’s Day.
“I feel like Springfield was going for something different: like they wanted to bring an affordable AR-15 to the market that you didn’t feel you had to change to be proud of it,” says Colion Noir of the newest black rifle on the block.
After weeks of sharing teasers on social media, Illinois gun maker Springfield Armory introduced the Saint, the company’s iteration of the AR-15 platform.
Every year manufacturers from across the industry join together in the month of October to raise awareness for breast cancer.