CMMG Drops The Banshee!

CMMG is on a roll with their release of yet another new product! GunDigest writes The lightest and smallest short-barreled rifles and AR pistols CMMG offers, the Banshee line is fightingly nimble. What the compact Banshee line brings to the game: The Banshee line is composed of short-barreled rifles and AR pistols. As expected, the […]

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Packing in a house of worship?

A scenario where you might need a pistol can happen anywhere and its better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it! GunDigest writes Some might have reservations about carrying a gun to church. But a self-defense scenario can play out anywhere, even a house of worship. Going […]

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Q Honey Badger Pistol!

Ive been a fan of the Honey Badger since the AAC days. The FirearmBlog writes Since its humble beginnings as a garage workshop invention, the pistol stabilizing brace (PSB) has gone through a few generations worth of changes, upgrades and advancements. Some iterations were strictly functional, focusing on comfort over aesthetics. However, recent models have evolved into braces that are nearly […]

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Army Veterans Guns Confiscated under new Florida Gun Law!

Floridas new laws are already in effect. Lets see how it goes. Fox News Reports Florida deputies confiscated an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle from an Army veteran on Thursday, and the seizure was the first of its kind under the state’s new gun control law enacted following the Parkland school shooting. Jerron Smith, 31, of Deerfield […]

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Check out CMMG’s new Anvil in 6.5 Cre… Grendel!

I wonder how it will stack up against the ever so popular creedmoor? Guns.com writes CMMG rolls out an all-new rifle, the MkW ANVIL XLR2, chamebred in the power-packing 6.5 Grendel. Offering a 22-inch medium tapered barrel, the mid-sized AR pushes the 6.5 Grendel round out to 800 yards. Utilizing the ANVIL’s Powerbolt design, created by […]

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Cobalt Kinetics Proves that Even AIDS can Look Cool

The FirearmsBlog writes Cobalt Kinetics has some interesting news for us. The new model Twenty-Seven offers a modern approach to a traditional semi-automatic rifle. Target customers are most likely people living in areas where features like pistol grips are forbidden, hunters of small to medium game and competitive shooters that may live in restricted areas. You canconfigure your Model 27 and it’s”legalness” when ordering. The lower receiver is unique, and the stock allows length […]

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The Man… The Myth… The Lege… Target?

Who here has used this target? Kind of interesting to hear the backstory on its creation! The FirearmBlog Writes In June of last year, we published a short post on the odd story behind the current Diplomatic SecurityService’s qualification target known as the DSQ-1A, or colloquially as an “Izzy” target. The long and short of it was that the figure holding an AKMS in […]

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Savage MSR in 338 Federal!

This rifle will offer an edge over your traditional bolt actions! The FirearmBlog writes Savage’s MSR 10 Hunter is now available in the 338 Federal chambering. Since its introduction in 2006, the 338 Federal has established itself as an extremely versatile, high-performance big game cartridge. Shipments of these firearms are currently being delivered to dealers. Built on the .308 case and “necked-up” to hold a .338 diameter bullet, […]

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Teacher’s aid brings gun to school and now faces felony charges!

Probably not the best idea. Guns.com writes A New York educator with a concealed carry permit was charged with a felony after she was found with a 9mm handgun in her purse on campus. Gillian L. Jeffords, 24, of Warwick, was charged Wednesday with criminal possession of a weapon on school grounds, a Class E felony, after a […]

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Trimese-16. Three times the fun!

Honestly it looks like a blast to shoot! Guns.com writes Tromix Lead Delivery Systems did a flashback this week to the very curious NFA-regulated Trimese-16 triple rifle. The gun, literally one-upping the infamous Siamese-16*, has three barreled uppers with interlocking gas tubes. The gas system of each feeds into the next rifle and it only has one […]

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Blackpowder vs. Modern Cartridges

Always facinated by the differences between ammunition in black powder and modern cartridges. The NRA Writes Without ammunition, a firearm is no more than an inefficient club. For this reason, much of the technological development effort in firearms history was devoted to ammunition. Essentially, ammunition consists of four parts: powder, projectile, primer and cartridge case. […]

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5 first time gun buying tips!

These are great if you have never bought one before! The NRA Writes The recent rise in the number of concealed-carry permit holders translates to a lot of first-time gun owners purchasing firearms. If you’re a long-time shooter who grew up around firearms the notion that buying a gun could be intimidating is hard to fathom—in […]

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