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The ATACR 4-16×50 F1, left, and SHV 3-10×42, right, are the latest scopes to enter the Nightforce lineup. (Photo: Nightforce Optics) Nightforce Optics adds onto its ATACR and SHV product lines, announcing the new ATACR 4-16×50 F1 and SHV 3-10×42 riflescope models. Leading the pack is the latest entry into the ATACR family, the 4-16×50
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This bill amends the Pittman-Robertson Act to make it easier for state conservation agencies to promote hunting. (Photo: Congressional Sportsmen’s’ Caucus) The U.S. House last week gave a nod to a bill aimed at making more funds available to promote hunting and recreational shooting. The measure, H.R. 2591, termed the Modernizing the Pittman-Robertson Fund for
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Radical Firearms RF15 created for Rory the Warrior charity. (Photo: Radical Firearms) Radical Firearms set a milestone for its company, announcing that 300 RF 15 rifles have been donated to law enforcement and military agencies and organizations to date. The Texas-based company said the weapons have been gifted directly to agencies, police associations, charitable funds
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Numbers from the NSSF point to the likelihood that 16 million modern sporting rifles were produced between 1990 and 2016, a period that included the decade-long federal assault weapon ban. (Photo: Chris Eger) The trade group for the firearms industry says that AR-15-style rifles and their competitors are among the most common in the country.
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Anderson Manufacturing announced a new red dot sight, introducing consumers to the Advanced Micro Dot. While its official name — the Anderson Manufacturing Advanced Micro Dot with Removable Base and Rotary Knob — is a mouthful, the Advanced Micro Dot itself looks to offer shooters an easier means to quickly and efficiently acquire targets downrange.
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The J. Clark Salyer NWR, located along the Souris River in north-central North Dakota, will be open to moose hunters for the first time due to the order. The 58,700-acre refuge is the largest in North Dakota and is among 30 across the nation where hunting and fishing opportunities were recently expanded. (Photo: Tom Koerner/USFWS)
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A study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association purports more people suffer when active shooters use semiautomatic rifles. Researchers from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston analyzed FBI data on nearly 250 mass shootings since 2000 — excluding the Las Vegas massacre as a “major outlier” and San Bernardino because
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A former high-profile Pasadena police spokesman faces federal time in his connection to illegally selling more than 100 firearms without a license over a three-year period. Vasken Kenneth Gourdikian, 48, last week signed a plea agreement with federal prosecutors on charges of engaging in the business of dealing in firearms without a license and making
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Grizzly bear in a field at Yellowstone National Park (Photo: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service) A federal judge in Montana this week added more ice to a freeze on the opening of the grizzly bear season in two states. U.S. Judge Dana Christensen issued a second 14-day injunction from his Missoula courtroom Thursday as part
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Smith & Wesson doesn’t invest in smart gun technology because consumers don’t want them — making a shareholder proposal to report on the gun maker’s “efforts to produce safer firearms” useless, top executives said. Parent company American Outdoor Brands reiterated its stance on the development of user-authorized “smart gun” technology in regulatory filings this week,
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The Gun Holster Belt series features two models — Classic Brown, bottom, and Stealth black, top. (Photo: 1791 Gunleather) New leather gun belt models are making their way onto 1791 Gunleather’s lineup, with the company announcing the Classic Brown and Stealth Black. The Gun Holster Belt series utilize full-grain, 14-ounce American heavy native steerhide leather.
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The F4-15 Enhanced Battle Rifle now comes chambered in .224 Valkyrie. (Photo: F4 Defense) More gun makers are riding the .224 Valkyrie wave with F4 Defense becoming the latest to join the Valkyrie craze, launching its F4-15 Enhanced Battle Rifle in .224 Valkyrie. The F4-15 Enhanced Battle Rifle features a 20-inch barrel with 1-in-7-inch twist
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Bravo Concealment delivers the D.O.S. holster, offering a wallet friendly kydex holster option. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) Bravo Concealment delivers a basic yet budget friendly approach to concealment, offering a range of holsters for value driven prices. The Drop Out-Of-Sight holster, or D.O.S. as it’s known, is one such offering from the holster company. A Kydex
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An attendee at the 2018 NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas tries out an interactive demonstrator at the NRA Carry Guard self-defense insurance booth (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) The California insurance commissioner this week issued a cease and desist order to the National Rifle Association for marketing insurance in the state without a license. The seven-page order,
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Ruger adds a new compact model to its 10/22 series. (Photo: Ruger) Ruger grows its .22 rifle series, showcasing the new 10/22 Compact with Ruger Modular Stock System. The latest 10/22 model boasts front and rear fiber optic sights in addition to the company’s Modular Stock System. The Modular Stock System permits users to adjust
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Another proxy advising firm recommended Smith & Wesson shareholders support a proposed gun violence risk report, according to regulatory filings published this week. In a policy voting recommendation sent to parent company American Outdoor Brands Sept. 7, Institutional Shareholder Services expressed support for the report — a proposal backed by faith-based investors — despite repeated
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The Monopod Shooting Stick offers stability to shooters at the range and in the field. (Photo: Firefield) FireField adds another new addition to its accessory lineup, launching the FireField Monopod Shooting Stick for rifle shooting. The Monopod Shooting Stick pairs with any rifle to deliver more stability while shooting or hunting in the field. The
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Speed-Shok loads offer a variety of 12-gauge loads for waterfowl hunters. (Photo: Federal Premium) Federal Ammunition overhauls its Speed-Shok waterfowl loads, announcing a revamped lineup including 11 loads in several sizes. The Speed-Shok boasts Federal Ammunition’s Catalyst primer which delivers a consistent, reliable ignition. In addition, the revamped loads offer faster burning powders that aim
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