In an age when everything plastic rules, a handgun made of steel with a design more than 100 years old still drives the market. We are talking, of course, of the fabled 1911, and a third of the new guns that follow are based on this legendary platform. That’s not to say that there is no interest in itty-bitty pocket pistols, and it’s clear the revolver is not the antiquated firearm many assume.
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There was little doubt that 2018 is going to be a gun worthy year. Savage Arms alone launched about 100 new models. Weatherby announced that is is done with California and plans to pull up stakes and set roots in the gun-friendly state of Wyoming—and then the guns…
Steyr Arms announced that a second limited distribution of White AUG A3 M1 rifles have begun shipping to dealers and distributors. The first run of White AUGs sold out in March. Click to read more:
Steyr Arms will offer the first showing of the newest version of the AUG/A3 SA rifle at the 2012 Bullpup Shoot, to be held Sept. 29-30 at the Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, Kentucky.
Read this post for a closer look at the Steyr S9-A1, a concealed carry handgun for shooters’ who like great sights and a better trigger. Although it hasn’t been heavily promoted, the author found many reasons to recommend the S9-A1.