New accessories at the 2015 SHOT Show lights, calls, packs, blinds, coolers, flashlights, game cameras, and more that hunters and shooters crave: the Alps Outdoorz Traverse X, the Duck Commander Kid’s First Blind, Birchwood Casey Hopper Spit protectant, Bushnell’s new 14MP Trophy Cam Aggressor, the Daniel Defense SLiM Rail, Leapers, UTG Pro Model 4, and more…
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New optics covered here include glass from Aimpoint, Barska, Bushnell, Carson, Celestron, Crimson Trace, EOTech, Konus, Leica, Leupold, Meopta, Night Optics, Nikon, Zeiss and others…
The 1911-380 is 85 percent of the size of the original 1911 45 ACP model. It’s ideal for concealed carry duty, and fitting a wide variety of shooters. From the grave and more than a century after John Browning initially designed the platform and the cartridge, jaw dropping designs are still being crafted from his innovation. Read this article to learn more.
The Shooter’s Log writers are big fans of Armscor’s .22 TCM round. We were especially intrigued when we saw GLOCKs at the RIA booth. The company has developed a working production model of its .22 TCM 9R GLOCK 17 Gen 3 conversion kit. With a barrel, guide rod and recoil spring, you can shoot the brand new .22 TCM 9R round through your GLOCK 17 9mm, using GLOCK mags. We have more information in our blog “SHOT 2015—RIA .22 TCM 9R GLOCK Conversion Kit.”
Crimson Trace brought a variety of products with them to SHOT Show 2015—many of them green lasers. From Lasergrips to Laserguards, Crimson Trace has a laser for every popular handgun on the market—including the M&P Shield, GLOCK 42, Smith & Wesson Bodyguard and the new Ruger LCR/X. The company highlighted 11 products at its booth and a few of them caught our eye, especially the universal Rail Master green laser for pistols, shotguns and rifles—including AR-15. Read more about Crimson Trace’s new lasers on the Shooter’s Log.
Taurus introduced its new handguns for 2015 at the SHOT Show. The line-up includes the innovative Curve, a TCP .380 with wings for those who struggle with racking the slide, the Non-View and Model 85 revolver with convertible hammer. Curious to find out what the specifications of these guns are? Read the Shooter’s Log coverage of SHOT Show 2015 for more details.
It may look somewhat traditional, but the new Benelli 828U is nothing but. A totally reimaged and rethought over/under, the 828U is Benelli’s first ever. With a brand new operating system that captures all pressure in the monoblock, there is no stress on the receiver. Meaning Benelli could add a lightweight alloy receiver on this new over/under shotgun. That isn’t the only innovative idea on the Benelli 828U. Read the Shooter’s Log coverage of all the new firearms and learn more about Benelli’s new over/under shotgun.
RWC Group, LLC, the exclusive importer of Kalashnikov Concern, Saiga, and Izhmash firearms since 2012 announced that they are opening a US factory this year after the sanctions against Russia have prevented them from being able to import firearms.
The SIG MCX line features AR-style pistols, SBRs and carbines in .300 BLK! The SIG MCX is a weapon system built around a battle-proven core: SIG’s gas-operated, short-stroke piston system. Read this article to learn more.
New shotguns this year include Beretta’s new 692 over/under and A300 Outlander semi-auto, Browning’s Citori 725 Sporting Grade V and Cynergy Mico Midas 20 gauge, CZ-USA Sharp-Tail side-by-side, the Remington V3 12-Gauge Semi-Auto, Weatherby’s PA-08 Waterfowler pump-action, Winchester’s SX3 12-gauge Ultimate Defender and pistol-grip Long Beard, and more…