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Week-In-Review News Roundup: February 13-19, 2022

Week-in-review news roundup: the latest firearm news, gun news and other insights from the previous week that you may have missed.

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

SIG Sauer Releases P210 Carry Pistol
SIG Sauer has announced the release of the latest entry in the relaunched P210 line, the P210 Carry. The pistol combines the historic lineage of its iconic Swiss predecessor with the ideal characteristics and necessities the modern consumer expects.

Elite Survival Systems Announces Concealed Carry Belt Pouch
Disigned for comfortable and discreet carry, the Concealed-Carry Belt Pouch fits compact .22, .25, and .380 caliber pistols.

Grey Birch Solutions Introduces Foundation 457 Chassis
For fans of the Grey Birch Solutions Foundation chassis who don’t own a 10/22, a new option is available in the form of the Foundation 457. The Foundation 457 is intended to work with the CZ 457 series of rimfire rifles and comes with a lot of features that can extend the usefulness of your rifle.

Federal Releases New Personal Defense HST Ammo in .357 and .327 Magnum
Federal Ammunition announces new line options to the HST product family with the addition of Personal Defense HST .357 Magnum and .327 Federal Magnum.

Midwest Industries Announces MI-CRM17XR AR-15 Free-Float Rail
Enter the new Midwest Industries MI-CRM17XR handguard, designed to stretch out flush with a muzzle device, while giving the percussive blast a wide berth.

SB Tactical Releases Second Generation of SBT Series of Braces
SB Tactical is now shipping its new SBT line of Pistol Stabilizing Braces with models available for a number of the latest large-frame pistols on the market.

Remington and Sandy Hook Families Reach $73 Million Settlement
The families of nine victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting announced Tuesday they have agreed to a $73 million settlement of a lawsuit against Remington.

Reader Comments of the Week

“The lever is a great starting rifle for the newcomer. Like the scope, which actually looks out of place on a lever, no lever is really complete without a complimenting single-action revolver. One has to wonder how long before Henry hooks-up with say Heritage to make a package deal? Another lever that would make an interesting review is the Browning BL-22. Why? Because it has a unique lever system in which the lever only swings about 30 degrees instead of the usual 90 degrees, and the trigger goes with the lever, so it only takes a flip of the fingers to operate, leaving a firm grip on the stock. On top of that, the BL-22 has absolutely hair-splitting accuracy, even after an estimated 1/4 million rounds through it.”

– ROCKIT, in response to Henry Classic .22 Rifle — 1 Million Henry Owners Can’t be Wrong!

“My Pietro Beretta 92F was one of the first handguns I ever bought around 25 years ago. Gunsmith client of mine recommended it and boy am I glad he did. It is hard to beat in terms of feel, accuracy and reliability. I recently picked up a 2nd one that is identical, plus had the opportunity to get the “little brother” 84BB in .380. It is the same gun, just shrunk down a bit. Love them all – shoot them all! All made in Italy. Never had a problem with any of them. One of the most reliable handguns ever made! If there was only one gun I could have, it would be my Beretta 92F. Like some of the others who commented, I recently picked up a Beretta CX4 Storm in 9mm, so all the magazines are interchangeable – great SHTF bundle – a 92F on each hip plus the CX4 Storm carbine.”

– MR PETE, in response to Beretta 92: Maintenance Checklist and Spare Parts List

“I agree with Bret regarding when it comes to a time where you have to defend yourself in a life or dead situation and what you’ve learned gets put on the back burner. To think about different situations that might arise where you would have to defend yourself and play them out in your head might be alright for the moment but as we all know nothing happen exacting like we thought. Which brings me to say this, having range time under your belt will help save your life. Being able to get to your weapon and draw it quickly, knowing not to make yourself a target, move and find cover and most of all getting shots on target. All these things can be practiced in real-time at the range and more then likely will help save your life. Oh, never lose sight of your threat. If you don’t have the basic tools of how to handle, shoot, sight in, grip, and control your weapon it is useless. That said your range time is of the utmost of importance.”

– LITENEWYORK, in response to Training in the Modern Situation: The Anatomy of Training for a Self-Defense Encounter

#RangeDayFriday Photos of the Week

Here are some of our favorite fan photo submissions of the week. Find out how you could win a new gun by sharing your #rangedayfriday pics on our gun giveaway page.

AR Pistol  and Target on range bench
@mr_uber_ (Instagram)
Glock Subcompact Pistols on Woods Floor
@nwprepped (Instagram)
Custom Engraved 1911 pistol and ammo
@909Hemi (Twitter)

That’s all for this week! Check back next Friday for another round of the latest firearm news, reader comments and #RangeDayFriday photos.

About the Author:

Alex Cole

Alex is a relatively young firearms enthusiast who’s been shooting consistently for around seven years. Though he is fairly new to the industry, he loves consuming all information related to guns and is constantly trying to enhance his knowledge, understanding and use of firearms. Not a day goes by where he doesn’t do something firearms-related.

Alex tries to visit the range at least a couple of times a month to maintain and improve his shooting skills. He also enjoys disassembling and reassembling firearms to see how they work and to keep them properly cleaned and maintained. He installs most of the upgrades to his firearms himself, taking it as a chance to learn.

Additionally, he is very into buying, selling and trading guns to test different firearms and learn more about them. He is not only interested in modern handguns and rifles, he appreciates the classics for both historical value and real-world use.
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