The model designation M&P (Military & Police) predates the current Smith & Wesson autoloaders by 106 years. Originally applied to…Read More >
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Add a LaserLyte to your AR-15 and you have the perfect combination for practice and accurate shooting: it reduces costs and increases safety. A definite win-win. Check out the details in this article.
Overall, CMR-30 is a lightweight, nearly recoilless carbine with a large magazine, excellent accuracy and good reliability. It was well liked by everyone who shot it and everyone who handled it plans to buy one or two. And Kel-Tec seems to be on track to producing enough of them to make a difference in the market.
What does the AR-57 have going for it? Quite a lot. With the top-mounted magazine, it ejects spent rounds down through the magwell allowing left- and right-handed shooters to shoot it comfortably. The muzzle rise and recoil are non-existent, the muzzle blast is mild and relatively small and light. You can use 5.7/.22 Mag-rated sound suppressors instead of the larger 5.56 cans. For firing prone or benched, the top-mounted magazine is also more comfortable than even the shortest box magazine protruding from below. Read to learn if this niche rifle is for you.
Why would you want to scope a reproduction of a historic rifle such as the original STG-44s? Read this article to find out.
Grab this rifle and a surplus uniform, and you too can pretend to be a dashing Fatherland Security enforcer or an Eastern front Army hero. If playing a 1940s German is not to your taste, there’s always the option of playing the other side. Read this update on the prototype of STG-44 rifle in .22LR.
Many of us keep rifles for self-defense at home. Some prefer simple solutions, like an M1 carbine or an
Resistance to the undead is a duty of every patriotic American. To facilitate that readiness, CTD offers a wide variety…Read More >