Month: January 2018

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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New York-based Otis Technology — a gun cleaning kit manufacturer — acquired competitor Shooter’s Choice earlier this month. (Photo: Otis Technology/Facebook) Two companies known for keeping guns clean joined forces earlier this month. Otis Technology acquired Shooter’s Choice Jan. 16, bringing the company’s array of lubricants and aerosols — popular among hunters, shooters, law enforcement and military
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The Strike Eagle RifleScopes are both waterproof and fogproof. (Photo: Vortex Optics) Vortex Optics introduces two new Strike Eagle Riflescopes, the 3-18×44 and 4-24×50, for long range shooting. The Strike Eagle scopes feature a lightweight design paired with what Vortex says is a versatile 6X zoom, which can help shooters engage targets from intermediate to
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Newly-installed Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy announced plans last week to reverse a policy of outgoing Gov. Chris Christie that allowed more people to carry guns legally in New Jersey. Murphy, flanked by state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and addressing a crowd of gun control advocates last Friday, said that Christie’s previous guidance was wrong for
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The TLR-7, left, and the TLR-8, right, are the newest weapon mounted lights to hit the Streamlight series. (Photo: Streamlight) Streamlight expands the TLR Weapon Light series, adding two new models to the existing light/laser lineup. The TLR-7 and TLR-8 offer an integrated red aiming laser on a lightweight, rail-mounted setup. Delivering 500 lumens, the
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The ATF closed the public comment period on bump stocks as it prepares to reexamine the device’s classification under federal law. (Photo: Slide Fire Solutions/Facebook) The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives closed the public comment period on bump stocks Thursday as the agency prepares to re-examine the controversial device’s classification under federal law.
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The biggest news from Weatherby was announcement of the move from California to Wyoming. The introduction of multiple models of women’s Camilla Mark V rifles in expanded chamberings is also quite exciting. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/Guns.com) The ultra-compact Alps Outdoorz/NWTF Deception ground blind is the first in its class of low-profile blinds made for the hunter
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