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Week-In-Review News Roundup: November 7-13, 2021

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

AMERIGLO Introduces First Pistol Optic
Designed from the ground up to fit the personal defense needs of American gun owners, the Haven is available with a 3.5 or 5.0 MOA dot, or as a Carry-Ready Combo that includes optic-compatible iron sights for the Glock MOS system.

iRayUSA Announces New Series of Thermal Imaging Monoculars
iRayUSA has now released a new line of Thermal Imaging Monoculars called the Cabin Series. The two models are made to be operated with one hand and include a built-in LED flashlight, which can come in handy.

DRD Tactical Releases MFP-21 Pistol
The DRD Tactical MFP-21 is a new multi-function AR pistol available in both .300 BLK and 5.56mm with interchangeable barrel capability and quick takedown technology.

Steiner Optics Introduces the Micro Pistol Sight Red Dot
Steiner brings battle-proven durability and mil-spec ruggedness to pistol red dots with the new MPS (Micro Pistol Sight).

Samson Manufacturing Announces Rapid Precision Mounts
The Rapid Precision Mounts are designed to be lightweight, but not to compromise the integrity of the mount. The mounts are machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and are finished with Type III Class 2 hard coat anodizing.

Smith & Wesson Releases M&P 15T II Engraved Limited-Edition Rifle
Smith & Wesson broke ground for its new headquarters on November 5th in Maryville, Tennessee, and to celebrate this historic move, Smith & Wesson has released 2,100 limited edition M&P15T II engraved rifles. 

Reader Comments of the Week

“The Constitution does not grant the right to keep and bear arms. It acknowledges the right, and imposes ‘shall not be infringed’. That means the government may not penetrate (violate) even the outer boundary (the fringe) of such right. An individual has the right to be armed. The government may impose the harshest of sanctions, against anyone ‘mis-using’ arms, even allow violators to be shot-on-sight, by citizens. The right of possession remains. You may have be armed, EXCEPT . . . The qualifying term ‘except’ , is infringement.”

– SASHA, in response to SCOTUS Hears Second Amendment Case — What You Need to Know

“I have a farm and about 500 knives to choose from. Spyderco, Kershaw, and Emerson knives are most frequently carried. I’ve leant to the Emerson CQC series for EDC and after carrying a Spyderco Endela, I’m back to a drop point CQC 7-1. 154 CM holds a good edge and is sturdy with no chipping. I had a Sebenza. Great knife,but as a practical matter, the Emersons are more than adequate for daily use and abuse.”

– HUGH, in response to Ontario RAT I vs. CRK Sebenza: How Much Knife Do You Really Need?

“I prefer metal ammo cans, much tougher and will last. I always inspect the gasket on the lid before buying them. If the gasket is cracked, aged or missing then they are useless. I also put desiccants in them too. I save desiccants from all types of product packaging and toss them in the cans.”

– BRIAN, in response to Ammo Storage and Organization 101

#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.

two customized glock pistols
@ozarktactical (Instagram)
woman shooting rifle with wood stock at range
@dadoctor93 (Instagram)
Kimber micro 9 on pile of 9mm cartridges
@elwood.raymond (Instagram)

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 younger firearms enthusiast who’s been shooting since he was a kid. 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 and he tries to visit the range at least a couple of times a month to maintain and improve his shooting skills.

His primary focus is on handguns, but he loves all types of firearms. He enjoys disassembling and reassembling firearms to see how they work and installs most of the upgrades to his firearms himself, taking it as a chance to learn. He’s not only interested in modern handguns and rifles, he appreciates the classics for both historical value and real-world use.
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