Month: August 2018

The Vengeance pays homage to WWII veterans with scenery from the attack on Pearl Harbor. (Photo: Auto Ordnance) Auto-Ordnance adds the Vengeance Custom WWII M1 Carbine to its series of vintage style, custom guns. As part of an ongoing WWII commemorative firearms series, the Vengeance showcases walnut furniture paired with engraved imagery. The engravings feature
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The Mossy Oak Bottomland Cerakote by Rykan adds a durable finish to firearms and accessories. (Photo: Rykan Industries) Mossy Oak and Rykan Industries are collaborating to offer custom Cerakote finishes in Mossy Oak Bottomland, the companies announced Wednesday. Rykan Industries brings it establish Certified Cerakote facility to the partnership while Mossy Oak serves up its
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Ammo Inc. manufacturers Streak Ammunition, a visual style of ammo. (Photo: Guns.com) Ammo Inc sets its sights on the the defense market, announcing plans to expand its product lines to pursue military and law enforcement clientele. The company said a “portfolio of 50-caliber ammunition” as well as rifle rounds aimed at supporting new military weaponry
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Small of Back carry places the gun directly over the spine. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) No topic garners more heated conversations in the concealed carry world than carry position. Every concealer has their specific spot they claim is best. While most locations of carry – be it appendix, strong side hip, inside the waistband or outside
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The CLENS light covers now come in dedicated sheets for various light sizes. (Photo: Thyrm) Thyrm expands its CLENS weapon light lens cover adding three sizes into the mix as well as variety packs. The company announced it will now offer 18 lenses each to fit popular weapon light options. The CLENS-18S delivers compatibility with
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The Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos talking on the phone. (Photo: DeVos/Twitter) Congressional democrats asked Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to clarify her position on using federal grant money set aside for low-income students to arm teachers. Tuesday’s letter, signed by more than 160 lawmakers, makes clear that federal law prohibits the Education Department from using
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In 2015 when the Army final started to get serious about it’s Modular Handgun System, Beretta — along with a number of other companies — stepped up and submitted new handgun designs to be considered for the program. Enter the APX family of firearms. After the program ended with the Army selecting the Sig P320
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Crossbreed offers new holsters for the Taurus 856 such as the SnapSlide, pictured above. (Photo: Crossbreed Holsters) Crossbreed Holsters broadens its holster inventory, launching new inside the waistband and outside the waistband options for the new Taurus 856 revolver. Included in the new model options are the Freedom-Carry and SnapSlide holsters. The Freedom Carry offers
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