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Remington is set to release the Golden Saber BlackBelt ammo years after it was first announced. (Photo: Remington) After years of sitting, hoping, waiting and wishing Remington’s Golden Saber BlackBelt ammunition is finally leaving the factory and headed towards consumers. Announced several years ago, Remington said the ammo got put on the back burner but
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Screenshot of Gander Outdoors online store. (Photo: GanderOutdoors.com) Gander Outdoors launched its redesigned website this week featuring guns, ammunition and a catalog of outdoor gear. It’s the latest revamp of the former Gander Mountain brand as CEO Marcus Lemonis promotes the retailer’s “locally curated” approach to inventory and a promise for “a better assortment of guns,
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Guns stolen from federally licensed dealers exceeded 8,000 last year, according to a federal report released this week. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives recorded 7,841 firearms stolen during 577 burglaries in 2017. An additional 288 guns were taken during 33 FFL robberies. In all, the number of guns stolen last year increased about
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(Photo: DeSantis) DeSantis expands its arsenal of holsters with the introduction of a new appendix inside-the-waistband holster called the Pipe Hitter. The Pipe Hitter boasts a 100-percent Kydex construction, delivering rigidity as well as durability to concealed carriers. The AIWB holster incorporates an integral mag pouch into the design, encouraging shooters to carry their everyday
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After a month long buildup on social media, Springfield Armory dropped news of the Saint – the company’s first foray into the AR-15 platform. The industry was torn over the announcement, with some questioning the need for yet another AR while others praised the Saint’s simplistic and beginner friendly design. The Saint is a non-intimidating,
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The ProComp 10x provides an adjustable stock to precision and varmint style rifle set-ups. (Photo: Seekins Precision) Seekins Precision introduces a new precision stock, the ProComp 10x, due out in March 2018. The company says the ProComp 10x is the next iteration in the companies precision accessory repertoire, delivering an adjustable stock for all AR
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Arizona based Patriot Ordnance Factory has entered the Glock market with their G-Series Gentlemen’s Slides. Machined from 17-4 stainless steel, with a nitride heat treat finish and a Trijicon RMR Red Dot Plate with cover and mounting hardware, they bring the company’s stylish looks to the world’s most popular handgun. There are two sizes available
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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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Franklin Armory says their new Reformation firearm will “will create a whole new market segment that will not require NFA approval.” (Photos: Franklin Armory) Nevada-based Franklin Armory said this week they are debuting their no-stamp-required Reformation firearm that includes both a Magpul stock and shorty barrel. The Reformation is a non-rifle that, according to Franklin
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Though he normally sticks to rimfires, 22 Plinkster really seems to dig the new Ruger PC carbine — likely due to it’s similarity to the 10/22 Takedown. The new PC series provides a compact and lightweight carbine aimed at plinkers and the home defense market with a wide-range of magazine well adapters to accommodate a
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