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Tag Archives: SHOT 2013
I had a great visit with the folks from Steyr while at SHOT SHOW 2013, in Las Vegas. I’m excited about their rendition of the new AUG bullpup carbine, the AUG/A3. The AUG (Armee Universal Gewehr, or universal army rifle) … Continue reading
SHOT SHOW gets better every year with increasing participation and a veritable cornucopia of innovation, so we are far from complete with SHOT SHOW 2013 coverage, which will feature an excellent photo gallery. I’ll also have a couple of reviews … Continue reading
Outdoor Channel’s media crew huddles for the slightest bit of warmth…
Armalite, has done a superb job of recreating an already top performer, its well established, AR-30. The new version, designated AR-30A1, offers a number of features absent in its predecessor: Muzzle brake threads on the end of the barrels employ … Continue reading
Colt’s USMC rendition of the venerable 1911 shoots every bit as good as it looks.
I have to admit that making an 875 yard hit with a 20+ mile per hour 9 o’clock wind with the Ashbury International Super Sport .375 Cheytac – XLR was the highlight of my day Ashbury’s Super Sport .375 Cheytac-XLR … Continue reading
VOLUME: 3000 CU-IN (49L) WEIGHT:8LBS 4OZ (3.75KG) INTENDED USE:LOAD-HAULING, WEAPONS CARRY FRAME SYSTEM:NICE FRAME
SIG’s MPX-C is an innovative carbine that operates from a closed bolt for accuracy and safety. The operating system is a short stroke gas operated piston making the MPX line highly reliable. The “C” designation stands for carbine. The MPX … Continue reading
Ardent Second Amendment supporter, and never to be outdone Ted Nugent, reminded all at his press conference that we are all in this together. If we are to succeed in preserving the Founder’s vision for future generations we must work … Continue reading