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
Nightstick Introduces TSM-13G Light & Laser for Select SIG Sauer Handguns
Designed to securely mount to the front of the trigger guard and dustcover of SIG Sauer P365, P365XL and P365 SAS pistols, the li-ion powered light features a magnetically-coupled MagMate USB charging cable that eliminates the need to replace multiple disposable coin cell batteries after every hour of use.
Bump Stock Ban Will Be Reheard in 10th Circuit Court
The federal government’s previous ban on bump stocks has been granted a petition for a rehearing after the earlier decision to uphold the bump stock ban was reached previously. The original ban, which went into effect in 2018 and made bump stock devices illegal to possess, will now be reheard by in the 10th Circuit court.
Ultradyne Releases New C2 Flip-Up and Offset Iron Sights
The C2 flip-up iron sights provide maximum strength from their stainless steel and aluminum construction in a light, foldable package. Additionally, the C2 offset sights give shooters an ideal alternative to the magnified optic on their AR-platform rifle for close-quarters shooting.
Pulsar Announces XQ38, XQ50 Thermion Thermal Riflescopes
These riflescopes represent the pinnacle of the hunting and shooting industry, combining technology and convenience to deliver a premium shooting experience for users. The XQ’s enhanced 384×288 thermal sensors detect heat signatures in total darkness up to +1500 yards, depending on the model, and these images are then converted to a stunning 1024×768 AMOLED display, where every object appears crystal-clear.
GM6 Lynx .50-Cal Reciprocating Bullpup Coming to America
The GM6 ‘Lynx’ is a semi-automatic anti-material rifle. The rifle was designed to be compact, lightweight, accurate, low-recoil, portable and easily deployable for immediate use. Due to the bullpup configuration, most of the weight is re-distributed to the rear of the rifle allowing for the possibility of off-hand firing.
Reader Comments of the Week
“My first gun was a Taurus 357 magnum, 4” barrel, satin Nickel finish, checkered oak handle. Still have it some 30+ years later, accurate and smooth. I never took out a deer with it but I can tell you it goes through both Doors of a car at once like they were butter!!!!”
– BRIAN, in response to The .357 Magnum: A Useful and Exciting Cartridge
“I bought each of my four grandkids (3 sons and 1 daughter) a Henry 22. It has been a pleasure teaching them shooting and firearm safety. They love the little Henry’s and I know they will hold these as keepsakes or pass them on to future generations. I feel by far this is one of the best gifts I could have given them. I can only hope that they will be able to keep them in the future..these are worrisome times for the 2nd amendment.”
– RON, in response to Review: Henry .22 Rifle
“If one has a compressor, using a stream of air at about 50 psi to get the crud out of the hidden corners. I personally over oil after a good cleaning then blow it all out with the air nozzle. What’s left I wipe off with a clean patch, then put a few drops back on the slides. This also helps to keep the trigger area clean and lubed.”
– DEL, in response to How to Clean a Smith and Wesson M&P
#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.