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Firearms

Arex Introduces New Striker-Fired Polymer Pistol — Arex Delta First Look

Arex broke into the market in a big way with the introduction of the Rex Zero 1S. The pistol was not revolutionary and chock full of new features. Instead, many labeled its reliability as the ultimate SHTF gun—an improvement on current popular models all combined into one gun. The Zero 1 was followed by the Alpha, an out-of-the-box competition-ready pistol with an MSRP around $1,000. For 2019, Arex is set to release the Delta, a striker-fired polymer pistol, and The Shooter’s Log went to Slovenia to get a first look at the prototype.

Battle Rifle Company BR4 Trident

Firearms

Battle Rifle Company (BRC) — MARSEC Taken to a New Level

Battle Rifle Company’s new Trident was designed as the first rifle built specifically for MARSEC (Maritime Security) operations. This means the BR4 Trident is ready to defend against the elements, Somalia pirates or any other enemy that dares to cross its path. But BRC’s offerings command respect on much more than just the high seas.

Guns for beginners choices

Consumer Information

Guns for Beginners: Choosing a Firearm

The wide variety of firearms available can be intimidating for the first timer. This new Shooter’s Log series details everything the first time gun owner needs to know—from which gun to purchase to how to shoot it…Starting with “Choosing a Gun,” learn the basics of the type types of firearms, calibers and in the and outs of the gun store.

CZ 805 Bren pistol

Firearms

6 New Firearms You Need to Check Out

These six new firearms include the sought and lusted after CZ Bren semiautomatic, SIG’s newest, and an affordable 1911 by Inland Manufacturing. Want the latest and greatest guns? Check out this post.

Black, stainless with gold barrel competition pistol

Competitive Shooting

STI’s New “Diligentia, Vis, Celeritas” Pistols

STI’s new DVC Limited and Open pistols are an entirely new design based off the 2011 platform and are built specifically for competitive shooting. The “DVC” acronym for the new series is derived from “Diligentia, Vis, Celeritas.” If your Latin is a little rusty, read the post to find out what that means.