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Drone Shield’s non-lethal Drone Gun Tactical weighs 15-pounds and runs for a half-hour, but can zap drones in four frequencies (Photos: Drone Shield) While a good shotgun may be more gratifying, a Virginia-based company is marketing a new and improved directed-energy weapon aimed at snuffing wayward quadcopters and the like. Drone Shield’s non-lethal Drone Gun
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CMP has been restocked with M1 rifles recently returned from overseas (Photos: CMP) The Civilian Marksmanship Program has recently received truckloads of vintage M1 Garand rifles long ago loaned to U.S. allies overseas and is preparing to inventory M1911 pistols as well. Gina Johnson, CMP’s general manager, told Guns.com via email Tuesday the federally-chartered non-profit
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The second firearm themed coloring book from Kitfox Design Group features a service weapon theme. (Photo: Kitfox Design Group) Kitfox Design Group is back at it with a second iteration of its popular coloring book series, ushering in the Service Weapon Edition. The Service Weapon Edition follows Kitfox Design Group’s original coloring book the appropriately
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A Remington-Rand M1911A1 pistol made during WWII for military contract. The company made over 850,000 guns for the War Department during WWII, more than any other contractor. (Photo: Rock Island Auctions) The bipartisan 2018 National Defense Authorization Act signed Tuesday includes a plan to transfer the U.S. Army’s remaining stock of .45 ACP M1911A1 pistols
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The Specialty 0.5mm shooting gloves, pictured in coyote tan, grant tactical shooters smoother manipulation through its precise and ergonomic fit. (Photo: Mechanix) Glove maker Mechanix introduced a new shooting glove, the Specialty 0.5mm, designed for use by military, law enforcement and tactical shooters. Built to deliver a natural feel and lightweight hand protection, the 0.5mm
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The USSOCOM awarded popular tactical accessory manufacturer SureFire a $10 million contract in September — six years after the company initially secured a $23 million deal with the military that expired in 2016. (Photo: SureFire/Facebook) The U.S. Special Operations Command awarded popular tactical accessory manufacturer SureFire a $10 million contract in September to provide an
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