Product & Industry News

In true Vegas fashion, the NSSF welcomes patrons to SHOT Show 2018 at the Sands Expo. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) Tuesday began the 40th annual Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade Show in Las Vegas where the gun and shooting sports industries converge with clients and media. Citing last year’s figures, the show brought in some 2,000 exhibitors
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The Agent 2 sees Nighthawk Custom pair with several collaborators to induce high end features on the new pistol. (Photo: Nighthawk Custom) Nighthawk Custom introduces the second iteration of its Agent 1 pistol, introducing the Nighthawk Agent 2. A collaboration between Nighthawk Custom, Agency Arms, Railscales and Hillbilly 223, the Agent 2 features a sleek
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Cody Wilson holds the world’s first 3D printed handgun, The Liberator. (Photo: AP Photo/Austin American Statesman, Jay Janner) The Supreme Court turned down its chance to weigh-in on regulations for 3-D printed firearms — for now. The high court announced its decision Jan. 8, sending Defense Distributed v. State back to the western district of
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The Connecticut-based O.F. Mossberg & Sons will release more than two dozen new shotguns and rifles at the gun industry’s annual trade show, SHOT, in Las Vegas this week, according to the company’s announcements. SHOTGUNS A new edition to the Maverick line up. The economical series comes with new tactical features and colors. (Photo: Mossberg)
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The new Taurus 692 revolver is configured to shoot .38 Special/.357 Mag. and 9mm. (Photo: Taurus USA) Florida-based gun maker Taurus USA introduced a new multi-caliber revolver that’s designed to shoot both .38 Special/.357 Magnum and 9mm with a simple swap of the cylinder. “Taurus USA brings real-world advancements to the industry with the introduction
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The Titan Operator utilizes the Titan Competition pistol build as its basis, adding modifications to make it more tactical in appearance. (Photo: Atlas Gunworks) Atlas Gunworks arrives on scene with a new pistol designed for duty and self-defense, introducing the Titan Operator. Chambered in 9mm, the Titan Operator is based on Atlas’ 2011 Titan competition
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Battle Rifle Company swings in with a new rifle, announcing the BR10. (Photo: Battle Rifle Company) Battle Rifle Company introduces its second generation of precision 7.62×51/.308 caliber rifles, announcing the release of the BR10 platform. Featuring an 18-inch 416 stainless steel barrel with Nitrite finish on a 39.75-inch overall length, the BR10 boasts sub-MOA performance.
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The 9mm Mag Loader takes the pressure out of loading your own mags, making it easier and quicker to get to the range. (Photo: MagPump) Loading mags is literally the worst part of heading to the range and MagPump looks to alleviate that inconvenience with its new 9mm Magazine Loader. MagPump says the Mag Loader
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The Deception Blind utilizes several features in conjunction to deliver a lightweight blind that offers concealment.  (Photo: Alps OutdoorZ) Alps OutdoorZ expands its NWTF line of hunting apparel and accessories, releasing the new NWTF Deception Blind. The Deception Blind boasts a low-profile design, measuring only 46-inches tall. Compact and lightweight, the Deception allows hunters to
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TrackingPoint aligning one of its scopes. (Photo: TrackingPoint/Facebook) Texas-based gun and tech company TrackingPoint scooped up Cabela’s former chief executive officer to serve as a special advisor to the company’s board of directors, according to Wednesday’s announcement. Tommy Millner transitioned out of the top spot with Cabela’s after nine years, ending when the retailer was
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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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The Honor Guard will undergo a voluntary upgrade that will modify its striker housing. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) In response to concerns raised about its flagship pistol, Georgia-based gun maker Honor Defense announced a voluntary upgrade program for Honor Guard owners who still might be questioning the safety of the pistol. The controversy began in December
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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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