The goal of RGAS15, hosted by the Special Forces Charitable Trust, is to again be the largest charity fundraising sporting clays shoot in history.
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Certain Remington Defense products formerly reserved to military units and LE agencies are now available to civilian consumers. The initial Defense offerings are the Remington Gas Piston Carbine R4GP, the R4 Carbine, Modular Sniper Rifles Models PSR and MSR, and the M2010 Sniper Rifle, the U.S. Army’s replacement for the M24.
Remington Arms Co. recently laid off another 126 workers at its factory in Ilion, New York, making the total for the year 231 people. Gov. Cuomo says the layoffs have nothing to do with the SAFE Act. What do you think? Read this article and share your comments.
There are many guns and only one big gun. When it comes to personal defense against man or beast, the shotgun rules and the right shotgun and ammunition mean a lot. Read this article for which one counts as the “big gun.”
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have added a third day of articles about new handguns introduced at the show. In this edition are details about Kahr Arms’ CT4543 and full-frame CT40 and CT45 and Magnum Research’s 3-inch ultra-compact 1911, the Undercover DE1911U. Also, Para USA has new 9mm 1911-patterned handguns out, and Remington surprises the firearms industry again with the introduction of the new R51 compact 9mm semi-auto.
Remington broke new ground when it introduced the R1 1911. It was a new direction and one the firearms community enthusiastically embraced. Building on that success, Remington introduced the R51. The R51 is a subcompact pistol. The design leans heavily on Remington’s original Model 51—a design originating in 1915 and considered revolutionary and ahead of its time. The R51 features drift adjustable sights, aluminum frame and checkering on the front strap.
Looking for a new rifle optic that immediately improves your accuracy? The Remington 2020 Digital Optic System may be your answer. This system bundles numerous devices and technologies together in a single device allowing you to accurately fire in any conditions at distances of up to 500 yards.
Remington Arms has looked at sites around Nashville for a potential corporate relocation or expansion that would likely include hundreds of manufacturing jobs, according to an article in The Tennessean newspaper.