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During my behind the scenes tour of the U.S. Glock factory, I saw a lot of things and many thoughts, dreams, and desires drifted through my mind. At that time, I was one of only 11 editors invited to the unveiling of the secret release of the Glock G43. At

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Announcing that the Integrally Suppressed Ruger Precision Rifle is in Production! MachineGun Tours will be the exclusive Distributor of the Integrally Suppressed Ruger Precision Rifle design from Witt Machine & Tool. Witt Machine & Tool is working with MachineGun Tours who will

Article first appeared at American Rifleman. The semi-automatic firearm is so standard now that many accept it as the way firearms have always worked. Truth is, getting a workable semi-automatic was as groundbreaking as the repeating firearm or center-fire primer. Like so many innovations, the semi-automatic firearm is older than

Article first appeared at Shooting Illustrated. The new MSR-10 Long Range is one of four models in the new AR lineup from Savage Arms. The MSR-10 Long Range features a compact frame with a non-reciprocating side-charging handle and comes chambered in either .308 Win. or 6.5 Creedmoor. The rifle features

Article first appeared at Shooting Illustrated. Beretta developed the new 9 mm PX4 Compact carry with a number of features in order to give shooters a lightweight, hammer-fired concealed carry gun. The PX4 Compact Carry features a rotary barrel design, as well as a 16-round capacity. The frame includes a

Article first appeared at Shooting Illustrated. Sometimes, you can’t leave well-enough alone, you know? The AR-15 platform is both blessed and cursed with modularity—it is very easy to change parts out as whim or need strike. Even in the realm of custom or semi-custom rifles, it’s not uncommon to see

Article first appeared at Shooting Illustrated. There is one important point often ignored in most of the current discussions about long-range shooting. What happens after the bullet arrives? Hitting the target is fine—if that’s the only goal. For most shooters it is; as long as the spotter can see the

Article first appeared at Shooting Illustrated. For 2017, Mossberg now offers consumers a 14.5-inch barreled shotgun–while still obeying NFA regulations–for easy maneuverability. The company achieved this by adding a birdshead grip, called the Raptor, to the rear of the shotgun right at the factory, having never added a stock to the firearm.

Article first appeared at Shooting Illustrated. It’s been an interesting decade or so. Gasoline engines are out, electric cars are in. Big bores are out, “mouse guns” are in. It’s now OK to venture forth carrying a handgun in something less than .40 caliber. You don’t lose all your friends

Article first appeared at American Rifleman. Arex is a name most American shooters don’t yet recognize. Established more than 20 years ago, the Slovenian company has been making products for the defense industry as well as parts for various firearm manufacturers. Just recently the company introduced its first handgun, the