Welcome to Cheaper Than Dirt’s Week-In-Review News Roundup.
Here you’ll find some of the previous week’s top stories in the shooting industry, as well as our favorite reader comments and #RangeDayFriday photos.
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Latest Firearm News
August Is National Shooting Sports Month
Several companies and thousands of people are celebrating the fact that August is National Shooting Sports Month. Be sure to post about it using the hashtag #LetsGoShooting!
America’s Shooting Team Concludes Pan Am Games with 3 More Medals, Olympic Quota
The 2020 vision USA Shooting is seeking was set in motion with an ultra-successful 2019 Pan American Games as shooting competition concluded Saturday in Lima, Peru. But, not before Team USA earned another three medals.
Mossberg® Releases MC1sc™ Stainless Two-Tone Pistols
Mossberg announced the release of a new MC1sc (subcompact) handgun; the Mossberg MC1sc Stainless Two-Tone in 9mm; available in standard-frame and cross-bolt safety frame versions.
Daniel Defense Selected by Texas Parks and Wildlife
Daniel Defense announced that is has been selected as the designated service carbine for Texas Parks and Wildlife’s (TPWD) Law Enforcement Division. All Texas game wardens and park police will be issued custom DDM4V7 carbines.
Ruger Introduces New Colors to the Popular EC9s Line
Retaining all of the features of the standard EC9s pistol, these new offerings include the following color options: turquoise, gray or purple grip frames with metal slide finishes.
ICYMI: Savage Arms Sold to Investment Group for $170 Million
Savage Arms will officially separate from parent company Vista Outdoor after the firearms maker was sold to a group of investors for $170 million.
White House Reaches Out for Pro 2A Input
The White House has reached out to Second Amendment Foundation and The Citizen’s Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) chairman Alan Gottlieb to discuss the “current debate over recent mass shootings.”
Reader Comments of the Week
“I have owned M&P in different versions since they first came on the market. From their first compact to the competition size and Shield in first and second generation. I personally find them personally to be a great Firearms in fit and feel as well as point ability compared to other I have carried over the years.”
– Walter, in response to S&W M&P: Which Model Is Right for You?
“I have a couple of Llama’s, they are reliable and fairly accurate. I will take any that the rest of you don’t want. Let me know. I have firearms in many different calibers; why, I can use most any ammo I find. Hope “Dire Straights” never happen and all this is just an interesting hobby.”
– rainmaker, in response to Firearms for Dire Straits
“Thank you for proper use of the apostrophe in “1911s”! Apostrophes are more common than 9 mm semi-autos and are too often abused. Nice article and great photos.”
– John Nowak, in response to Three 1911s Every Gun Enthusiast Needs to Own
#RangeDayFriday Photos of the Week
That’s all for this week! Check back next Monday for another helping of the latest firearm news, reader comments and #RangeDayFriday photos.