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  • Smith & Wesson Shipping New M&P15 Rifles

    Smith & Wesson may have made its name in wheel guns, but it is a thoroughly modern firearms company offering a broad range of weapons including an extensive line of AR-style rifles. Adding to its catalog of modern sporting rifles is a pair of updated carbines: the M&P15X and the M&P15T Tactical Rifles. Both of these new guns are shipping to dealers now.  M&P15X The M&P15X is a straightforward semi...

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  • The New FN 509

    FN America just pulled the curtain back on its latest pistol: the FN 509. The 509 was the company’s entry into the US military’s handgun replacement competition. Known as the Modular Handgun System (MHS) competition, it pitted several major handgun manufacturers against one another to find a replacement for the aging Beretta M9. The competition was won by SIG SAUER with the P320 pistol. However, t...

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  • Ace on the Line - Full-sized pistols

    The late, great, Colonel Cooper once said, “A handgun is merely a weapon used to fight your way back to your rifle.” And he’s right. By definition, handguns are a compromise -  they don’t have the stopping power, effective range, or controllability of a shoulder-fired weapon. They lack these features in exchange for portability – the best gun in the world isn’t worth a damn if it isn’t on you. Thi...

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  • Detachable Magazine Shotguns

    The devastating power of a shotgun has never been in dispute. From the lawmen of the old west to the US Marine serving today, the shotgun has been a go to firearm for combat and special applications. From the mighty 12-gauge to the often underestimated .410 bore, the shotgun can be a decisive tool in any deadly force encounter. Detachable magazines greatly increased the effectiveness of the combat...

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  • TorkMag G-Block And 20rd G17 Mag

    TorkMag started out making a different AR-15 magazine. They focused on the spring and follower design. By changing the way the magazine lifts the rounds upwards, they are able to increase capacity in regular sized AR15 magazines. So what would normally be a 30 round magazine now holds 35 rounds. They also make a 50 round magazine that is just a litle longer than a traditional 40 round magazine. W...

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  • SilencerCo Unveils Threaded M9 Barrels

    The Beretta M9/Model 92 has long been a staple of popular culture, and until recently, the primary handgun of the United States Armed Forces. Despite this, threaded barrels for the pistol have been few and far between. Some companies have made them in the past, but these were special-order, and normally quite expensive – often 30% of the gun’s cost. With this in mind, SilencerCo has begun offering...

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  • New 9mm Carbine: the FX-9

    The popularity of the 9mm carbine has really taken off in the past few years. Where pistol caliber carbines were once a bit of an oddity, the 9mm in an AR platform has become quite popular. One of the newest rifles pairing the AR with 9mm is the FX-9.  Developed by Freedom Ordnance, the FX-9 has many of the features that a 9mm rifle buyer would be interested in. Let’s go over a few of them now.  W...

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  • Sand PMAG: Bacon Edition

    Earlier we posted our RIT DYE guide to dyeing Sand PMAGs. Click here if you haven't seen it. I had also posted an even earlier article about Sand PMAGs and showed some custom dyed PMAGs that I made. Recently Magpul shared this photo of what looks like a Bacon themed PMAG. Looking at the photo, it does look like a piece of bacon. The Sand colored polymer is the fat and some dye was applied to look ...

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  • Ruger’s New Scout Rifle

    Sturm, Ruger & Co. introduced a new caliber in a popular rifle this week. Expanding the Gunsite Scout Rifle line, Ruger is now offering the big bore 450 Bushmaster as a caliber option. As the story goes, the 450 Bushmaster cartridge was inspired by Jeff Cooper’s call for a large caliber rifle round to replace the 5.56 NATO cartridge. It is only fitting that the cartridge is now available in the ri...

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  • Clean Your Suppressed Guns

    TPM Outfitters got a demo factory H&K MP5SD in for repair. We have some demo Factory HK MP5SD's that were sent to us for repair that had the suppressor's stuck on to the gun and they started to get very loud, we had to cut the cages off and the suppressors as well. This is all factory HK including the suppressors. They did not try to take off the suppressors and were seized to the barrels after i...

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  • HK416 Polymer Gen2 Stanag Magazine

        The HK416 rifle is H&K's version of a piston driven AR15. There are subtle differences but it is basically an AR15. It uses STANAG magazines and comes with a steel magazine. H&K USA has a translucent polymer magazine.   Recently a German store has gotten their hands on some brand new Gen2 HK polymer magazines and they look very different. The polymer magazine above looks somewhat like a Lance...

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  • A look at 9mm MP5 Magazines

    The H&K MP5 is an icon around the world. Even its silhouette is recognizeable to anyone who has seen a movie or video game with guns in them. Here, close your eyes and think of the MP5 shape. What does the magazine look like to you?   I bet it looks something like this.   The standard curved mag of the HK MP5 is a steel box that holds 30 rounds of 9mm in a double stack column. Empty the magazine ...

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  • Winchester’s New Pump Guns for 2017

    Winchester Repeating Arms announced several new pump action shotguns for 2017. These guns cover everything from turkey and deer hunting to self-defense on the high seas. Without further preamble, let’s get right into the new SXP scatterguns. 20 Gauge Black Shadow Deer Part of the Black Shadow line, this new shotgun is chambered in 20 gauge. This gives deer hunters a lighter recoiling option when i...

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  • New Short Barrel FN 15 Carbines

    FN America announced a pair of new FN 15 carbines for the consumer market. What makes these a little different than the existing guns the company offers is that they are NFA guns with barrels shorter than 16”. If you are not familiar, the National Firearms Act of 1934 requires a special tax stamp and registration of any rifle with a barrel that is shorter than 16”. Essentially, this makes a short ...

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  • In Defense of Wonder Nines

    I have a deep, dark secret love in the world of guns: Wonder nines – the original fighting pistol. If you’re not familiar, the term, ‘Wonder Nine’ came out of the 1980’s by gun writer, Robert Shimek. It basically describes any stager-column, 9mm semiautomatic handgun. Though the term has evolved to describe the original Wonder Nines – the metal-framed versions of these guns. It’s these more antiqu...

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  • New Ruger Mark IV 22/45 Tactical

    Ruger doesn’t wait for big gun shows to announce new guns. Take the latest example: the Ruger Mark IV 22/45 Tactical. This new .22 LR semi-automatic pistol offers rimfire fun but may also have a much more practical use: training. Ruger calls this pistol the “perfect tactical rimfire trainer.” While I think perfect is a bit of a stretch, I can see how this would be a good training tool for people w...

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  • Hunting with the 7.62x39

    For many years, the .30-30 Win cartridge has been considered a top deer round. However, many modern hunters have moved from traditional bolt and lever guns to semi-automatic firearms like the AR-15. In these guns, the .30-30 is no longer an option. The cartridge is simply too long, and its rimed case would be a bear to work with in an AR. But is the 7.62x39 a cartridge that can replicate the perfo...

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  • Ritter & Stark's New SLX Line of Rifles: 0.5 MOA Guaranteed

    Ritter & Stark, an Austrian firearms manufacturer, announced the introduction of a new line of short action rifles. The new SLX line will be a series of bolt action rifles designed for precision shooting. The guns are based on the procen SX-1 Modular Tactical Rifle (MTR), but with a shorter overall length and lighter weight. The first gun in the new series is the SLX-308 that will be chambered...

  • High-Rollers: Why are roller-delayed guns so pricey?

    Roller-delayed guns were born from the frantic last moments of the Third Reich during the Second World War. At the time, the Wehrmacht was in desperate need of automatic weapons to arm the remnants of their once-vast military, in a last-ditch attempt to stop the flood of Soviet forces. Bolt-action firearms and traditional locked-breech designs were considered far too expensive, as they used much m...

  • Wilson Combat’s New Recon Tactical in 6.5 Creedmoor

    Wilson Combat is well known for building top tier guns with quality that is rarely surpassed without buying a completely custom firearm. The company builds everything from 1911 style pistols to AR style guns. With its Scattergun Technologies brand, the company also makes a range of tactical shotguns. New in 2017, Wilson Combat is now making a number of guns in 6.5 Creedmoor. One of those new rifle...

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  • Browning X-Bolt Pro

    Browning announced a new rifle at the recent SHOT Show. Called the X-Bolt Pro, this gun is part of the impressive X-Bolt line of long guns. It gets the Pro designation from the fact that it is a semi-custom gun with top quality construction and features that round out the package. Calibers The X-Bolt Pro is available in four different calibers. The calibers are 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win, .30-06 Spri...

  • Beta Mag For CZ Scorpion Coming Soon

    Beta Company is known for their iconic dual drum design. Their Beta Mag has been seen in movies and video games. They were one of the original companies to market a high capacity 100 rd drum magazine for cilvilian use. The dual drum design splits the 100 rounds on either side of the gun helping to balance the weapon and keeping the magazine height short. This helps for using it on an AR-15 and ut...

  • CA Fixed Mag Problem Solved By Lantac USA

    Most of us know tha California has some silly laws and regardless of how we feel about them, do not forget that there are people who live there and are desperately trying to stay legal while still enjoying their limited 2nd Amendment rights. Politics aside, they do not have the means to change the laws nor leave so they are stuck where they are. So in Califonia, to remain legal with an AR-15 they...

  • Four Top Guns from the SHOT Show

    As many gun enthusiasts know, the SHOT Show last month was a huge success. There were a lot of new guns introduced, and the atmosphere was very positive. I had the chance to wander the aisles and take a look at a lot of new gear. While I did not get a chance to see everything (that would require a second week,) I did see a lot of interesting products. This is a list of some of the best new gea...

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  • Nikon Announces new 'Black' Series Optics

    A few days ago, Nikon Sports Optics unveiled the newest addition to their product lineup – the Black Series. In the past, Nikon has placed all its focus on their hunting line of rifle scopes and binoculars, but in recent years has begun to shift their products towards tactical and three-gun sports. The new Black series of optics marks the first purpose-built reticle for such shooting in a Nikon sc...

  • 'Repeal the NFA' Petition surpasses 100k signature target

    Following the leaked ATF whitepaper suggesting suppressors be deregulated, gun enthusiasts have created a petition on petitions.whitehouse.gov and just surpassed the require 100k signatures The NFA or National Firearms Act, is a regulation passed by the 73rd Congress under suspicious conditions that imposes an excise tax on the manufacture and transfer of specific types of firearms and accessorie...

  • Mossberg Updates MVP Patrol Rifle Line

    For 2017, Mossberg announced an update to its popular MVP Patrol rifle line. The new guns will feature Vortex Crossfire II 2-7x32 scopes. The MVP line of rifles made a splash when they were introduced in 2013. These guns are bolt action rifles that feed from standard AR magazines. Two basic models are offered: one in 5.56 NATO (.223 Rem) and the other in 7.62x51 (.308 Win). The 5.56 model fee...

  • New Howa 1500 Rifle Options

    Legacy Sports International announced the company would now be offering the popular 1500 rifle series in two new options. The first option is with a KUIU Vias camouflage finish while the second uses the KUIU Verde camo pattern. KUIU is a specialized company the produces clothing and equipment for mountain hunting. Both the Vias and Verde patterns were developed for this. As the Howa 1500 is po...

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  • Defensive Magazines Should Drop Free

    When it comes to selecting gear for your personal protection it makes sense to select the best gear that you can get your hands on and afford.  I know it can be tempting to safe a few dollars on your handgun and accessories, but at the same time, if those savings come at a performance cost, I avoid it.  Magazines are one of those places where you can save a few bucks, but when you do, one of the t...

  • Smith & Wesson's New Wheelguns

    Smith & Wesson's name is legendary in the history of the revolver. From the development of the .357 Magnum to Dirty Harry's Model 29, the fingerprints of this company are all over the wheelgun world. While some would like to claim the revolver dead, nothing could be further from the truth. While at the recent SHOT Show, I saw dozens of new revolvers on display. Some were brand new designs whil...

  • CZ Vz 58 Rifle - Not an AK

    There is sometimes a bit of confusion about the CZ Vz 58 service rifle and its civilian counterparts. Due to its looks, many people assume that it is an AK-47 variant. Anyone who tries to swap parts or magazines between the two will quickly realize, however, that this simply isn't true. The Vz 58 rifle was developed in Czechoslovakia during the Cold War as the service rifle for the country. Th...

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  • Mag-Pump AR15 Mag Loader

    At Shot Show 2017, Mitusa Manufacturing showed off the Mag-Pump. It is a hopper fed magazine loader for AR-15 style magazines. While there are plenty of mag loaders on the market, the Mag-Pump is unique in that it does not matter which direction the bullet is oriented. Mitusa advertises that this is the only magazine loader that does not require the user to handle each round. In the case of bench...

  • New Smith & Wesson Performance Center 986

    Some of the nicest guns on the market today are being made by the Performance Center at Smith & Wesson. One of the latest offerings is the new Model 986. This revolver is a blend of seemingly opposing approaches to gun design. To start with, this wheel gun uses a rimless cartridge: the 9mm. Rimless cartridges are not normally used in a revolver due to the lack of a protruding rim to interface ...

  • Kimber's New Micro 9 Pistols

    Kimber Mfg, Inc. announced an expansion of the Micro 9 line. For those not familiar with it, the Micro 9 series is a line of compact pistols in a 1911 style and chambered in 9mm. These guns have a single action trigger for crisp shooting. This expansion brings five new pistols to the popular series. Here is an overview of what is now available. Micro 9 CDP CDP stands for Custom Defe...

  • New SilencerCo Threaded M&P Shield Barrel

    SilencerCo has announced the release of another threaded barrel.  This one is for the popular Smith & Wesson M&P Shield chambered in 9mm. The barrel is made from 416R stainless steel and has a total length of 3.65 inches.  Its black Nitride coating protects which has a 1:10 right hand twist and is finished with a 1/2x28 threaded crown.  The barrel is a simple drop in adaptation to the 9mm Shield. ...

  • My Magpul BAD Lever, the how and why.

    My defensive AR-15 is on duty for home defense 24/7 and I have it set up to work as efficiently as possible.  It has a fully loaded Magpul PMAG inserted and the bolt is closed on an empty chamber.  A Trijicon MRO sits on top and an Elzetta light is mounted on the left side toward the muzzle just behind a Great Lakes Tactical Commander Muzzle break.  The rifle also has an ambidextrous safety and a ...

  • The New Troy SOCC Rifles

    I have to be completely honest: I enjoy shooting the AR-15, but few new AR rifles excite me. Sure, there are neat additions to the AR world every year, but most are just minor upgrades or changes. This year at the SHOT Show, there was one new series of AR-style rifles that did impress me: the Troy SOCC line. SOCC stands for Special Operations Compatible Carbine. It is no surprise, then, that the c...

  • Army Selects SIG P320 to replace M9

    In a shocking announcement, last Thursday, the US Army announced it had selected a winner of the Modular Handgun System competition. The announcement comes after numerous failed attempts to find a suitable replacement for aging stocks of M9 handguns currently in service. The program was designed to address the shortcomings of the M9’s design, while simplifying supply and maintenance logistics. SIG...

  • Finding the right 22lr handgun for a child

    For the past few years I have been working to set my oldest daughter up with a handgun she can fire independently.  It has been a struggle. Before I share my thoughts, let me say that not every child is ready for shooting.  I understand that.  Some kids aren’t ready for the responsibility of handling a firearm.  On the other hand, some are.  The decision to allow your children to interact with and...

  • Magpul Releases .300blk dedicated PMAG

    .300blk has been a very popular round these past few years. The cartridge has some fantastic ballistics and works very well supressed.  The best part is that you can use an AR15 magazine  to feed them and just use a .300blk upper on your existing AR15. There has been an issue with using PMAGS and that is due to the shape and design of the .300blk cartridge. Your standard PMAG will most likely work...

  • New Metal Feedlips Magazine For CZ Scorpion Evo

    One of the main issues plaguing the CZ Scorpion Evo 3 is the stigma of fragile feed lips. While there has not been that many that have broken, there were enough to cast a shadow on the CZ Scorpion weapon. Many potential buyers changed their minds about getting one when they saw the complaints. The issue of the cracking feed lips has been addressed by CZ-USA. They even offered to replace the broken...

  • Inland Mfg. launching T30 Sniper clone at SHOT 2017

    Inland Manufacturing was a division of General Motors that was originally started to produce wood-wrapped steering wheels for various GM vehicles. When World War 2 started, GM converted the factory at Inland to produce M-1 carbines for the American Military, eventually churning out over two million examples. After the war, Inland Mfg. returned to producing GM civilian products, but by 1989 had mer...

  • New Pistol Caliber Carbine for California Residents

    California residents have some tough firearms laws to deal with, and they often get the short end of the stick when it comes to new firearm introductions. Bucking that unfortunate trend, TNW Firearms has a new rifle that might be of interest to our friends in the Golden State. Based on the original Aero Survival Rifle, this state compliant model makes it possible for California residents to own on...

  • Ambi AR-15 Lower from American Defense Mfg

    As popular as the AR-15 rifle and its variants are, in my opinion, the platform has on major shortcoming.  Plain and simple, the gun is difficult to operate left handed.  Even some operations are difficult to complete right handed. For example to lock the bolt to the rear, the shooter is forced to remove the hand from the firing position to lock the bolt to the rear.  In the case of dealing with a...

  • Hudson Mfg unveils new futuristic pistol - H9

    Recoil magazine broke the story three days ago, on the new Hudson H9, but it wasn’t until yesterday that the full details came out about the new automatic pistol. At first glance, the new Hudson H9 looks like a 9mm 1911 with a more robust dust cover – one that lies almost flush with the bottom of the trigger guard. However, the trigger and lack of swinging, locking links suggests there’s more to i...

  • More S&W M&P M2.0 Details

    In the middle of December I reported on the likely rumor of a new Smith & Wesson M&P pistol.  It is now confirmed that the popular M&P has been overhauled and is currently available at some dealers.  S&W is now sharing the details on their website.  Follow this link to read our original post on the M&P M2.0. The New Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 It now seems clear that the original thoughts on the upgra...

  • Colt announces return of 10mm 1911, now with rails!

    The Colt Delta Elite is one of those rare guns that is universally loved by gun nuts everywhere. It takes the smooth trigger, and God-tier ergonomics of the 1911, and pairs it with the hard-hitting 10mm cartridge. The action under the hood is still the same swinging-link, locked lug action of Browning’s magnum opus, just reinforced to for the increased pressure levels of the 10mm round. The gun st...

  • Ruger Goes Big Bore with New Compact American Pistol

    Sturm, Ruger & Co. announced the company was adding a .45 ACP option to its newest compact pistol.  Introduced about a year ago, the American Pistol line is a completely new pistol design for Ruger. The guns are striker fired with special attention given to the trigger pull. As with many of the modern guns, the grip frame is polymer with a wrap around system that allows the shooter to change the o...

  • Bergara Launches New B14 Rifles

    Bergara Rifles announced a new long gun for the new year. The B14 HMR is a Spanish rifle that is designed for the precision shooting needed in both competition and long range hunting. At the heart of the B14 HMR is a machined mini chassis made of high strength 7075 T6 aluminum. This chassis allows each gun to be precisely bedded in the solid synthetic stock and keep the barrel free floated. Accura...

  • New Rimfire Rifles from Ruger

    Sturm, Ruger & Co. announced a trio of new bolt-action rifles in a line called the American Rimfire Target. As the name suggests, these guns are designed for rimfire cartridges and are available in the three most popular calibers: .22 LR, .22 WMR and .17 HMR. These guns are built from the ground up for accuracy at both the range and in the field. The 18” bull barrels are cold hammer forged and thr...

  • SHOT 2017 - Return of the 10/22?

    Despite everyone advising me otherwise, my first rifle was a Yugoslavian Mauser chambered in 8mm Mauser. Between its steel butt pad, hard-to-see iron sights and hard-hitting cartridge, I probably couldn’t have chosen a worse first gun. Yes, it’s even worse than the Mosin Nagant for a first rifle, because at least the Mosin has affordable ammunition -7x57mm AKA 8mm Mauser ammo, ran me close to 50 c...

  • The Ultimate Rit Dye Guide for Dyeing your Magpul PMAG

    Last June we posted a review of the Magpul Sand PMAG. In the article, I briefly went over the steps to dyeing a sand PMAG using Rit Dye. During that test, I noticed some colors did not turn out the same as what the bottle says it is supposed to be. So I decided to try every color and have a comprehensive color chart. I would not try mixing dyes or dipping a PMAG in different dyes to get different...

  • Falkor Defense’s New Petra 300 Norma Magnum AR

    If ever a gun said “yee-haw,” it is the new Petra 300 Norma from Falkor Defense. This new AR-style rifle is chambered for the powerful 300 Norma Magnum cartridge and has an effective range of one mile. Let me say that again: this gun can effectively hit targets at one mile. For those of you that are not familiar with the 300 Norma Magnum, this is a powerful rifle round that was introduced about fi...

  • The Advantages of Coupled AR-15 Magazines

    One of the advantages of the AR-15 rifle is the magazine capacity of the standard capacity magazines.  At 30 rounds, it seems like there are few problems that can’t be solved with a single standard capacity magazine.  When you consider the modern, reliable high capacity magazines that expand your round count to 40, 60 or even 100 rounds the options seem simply glorious.  Adding capacity isn’t all ...

  • You Can Build Your Own Glock

    Did you know that you can build your own Glock clone? Did you know you could do it all with parts shipped directly to your house and without any FFL transfer fees?  Building a gun at home is a fun project that many Americans have done over the centuries. No time before now has the process been easier.  With an inexpensive kit, you can build your own Glock clone. When finished properly, these guns ...

  • Glock Magazine Coupler, 62 Rounds!

    At the moment USPSA Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) division does not have any restrictions to magazine size. Open Division, where anything goes like Top Fuel racing, still has a magazine size limitation where the magazine cannot be longer than 170mm. No such thing in PCC.  Because of this the sky is the limit with regards to capacity for Pistol Caliber Carbines. This has given rise to a bunch of upg...

  • Magpul and the Marines: Defending America One Magazine at a Time

    After years of testing and use in the field, the United States Marine Corps officially adopted the Magpul Gen M3 PMAG Window magazine for use in the M4/M16/M27/M249 platforms. In fact, if I understand the information correctly, the Magpul magazines are now the only authorized magazines for combat operations. As many of you likely recognize, this is a fairly big announcement for Magpul. Not only do...

  • New Ruger Mark IV 22/45 Lite

    Sturm, Ruger & Co. announced an addition to the company’s recently launched Mark IV line of .22 LR pistols. The new Mark IV 22/45 Lite handgun follows in the footsteps of the previous 22/45 Lite pistols, but takes advantage of all of the features found in the new pistol platform. The Mark IV 22/45 Lite has a grip frame similar to the shape and size of the classic 1911 pistol. Many people believe t...

  • Rumors of New S&W M&P M2.0

    More than 11 years after the initial introduction it looks like the Smith & Wesson M&P may be getting its first serious overhaul.  Recently folks found a listing for the S&W M&P M2.0 on a firearms retailers sales page. The page is no longer available, but multiple sources have reported on some general aspects of the new pistol. This has been widely shared as a quote from the product page: The Smi...

  • Shot Show 2017 Trends: Bullpups

    Firearms are a mature technology; their inner working may differ from design to design, but until energy weapons or rail guns become a reality, they all function by siphoning excess energy from a cartridge’s detonation. Despite this, countless inventors have attempted to build a better mousetrap and incorporate improvements in ergonomics, weight, materials and metallurgy into existing designs to m...

  • Looking Into the Crystal Ball: 2017 SHOT Show Predictions

    As 2016 winds to a close, many of us are trying to finish up our holiday shopping and planning for family that is coming into town for a visit. A lucky few of us have the time to slip quietly into the woods for some hunting. Me? Well, I am neck deep in SHOT Show preparations. For those that may have forgotten, the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show is just a few weeks away. Companies are scr...

  • What training with the IDF taught me about automatic fire

      While traveling home from Altair Training Solutions out in Immokalee, Florida, I had a chance to go through the ultra-dense notes I took while training with the Israeli Defense Force. CAA in conjunction with IDF-legend, Lt. Colonel Mike Hartman and a handful of IDF counter-terrorist trainers took a select group of writers out to train them how to train others on IDF methodologies of gunfighting...

  • Crickett Precision Rifle

    Recently Keystone Sporting Arms has anounced a new version of their popular Crickett rifle. The Crickett Precision Rifle. The Crickett and Savage Rascal are some of the most popular single shot .22lr rifles for teaching kids. They have a short length of pull so kids can comfortably shoot them. They are single shot so there is less chance of negligent discharges and kids can safely learn the prinic...

  • The Little Badger Gets a Bigger Bite

    One of the better selling rifles that Chiappa Firearms sells in the US market is a minimalist gun called the Little Badger. The Little Badger is a survival style rifle that can fold into a small package for storage behind a truck seat or in an emergency bag on a small plane. They can also be just plain fun to own and shoot. The original Little Badger is chambered for the ubiquitous .22 LR. This ri...

  • The Problems with Small Guns In Big Hands

    In many situations carrying a smaller gun can be more comfortable and easier to conceal.  It is common sense for the most part.  There are times, however, when a small gun is more of a liability than you might think.  It isn’t all that different from the challenges people face when they try to carry a gun that is too large.  Or maybe the challenges are as different as can be.  The point is, if you...

  • New Noveske Rifle Benefits Veterans’ Charity

    Noveske announced a new Gen III rifle that will benefit a charity called One More Wave. One More Wave, or OMW, is a non-profit founded by vets to help other vets that were wounded or disabled through the use of ocean therapy. Specifically, the charity builds custom surf boards to meet the needs of returning veterans that have suffered an injury that may preclude the use of a normal, off the rack b...

  • Chiappa’s New White Rhino

    There is a new version of the Rhino coming in January. Called the White Rhino, Chiappa Firearms announced the new .357 Magnum revolver will have a white finish that is similar in appearance to that of an actual rhinoceros with gray “wrinkles.”   The white is a Cerakote process and the wrinkles are apparently a laser engraving technique. It sounds like a fairly involved process to get the right loo...

  • Inland Introduces a Re-Imagined T3 Carbine

    Inland Manufacturing announced the company was now offering T30 rifles: reproduction-style carbines based on the T3 from World War II. The new guns will come with a conical flash hider and 2.5x scope. The original T3 carbines were the first production sniper systems fielded by the US armed forces that used an infrared sighting system. T3 guns were M1 carbines that were made specifically for the in...

  • Why Color Coded Rifle Mags Make Sense

    When it comes to selecting magazines for your AR-15, in today’s world your choices are many.  You have choices in manufacturer, capacity, color and features.  There really are magazines for just about every situation.  Sometimes the choices can even seem overwhelming.  I get it, and for that very reason, the majority of my mags are simple 30 round black Magpul Gen 2 PMags.  They work in all my rif...

  • Ensuring Defensive Magazine Reliability

    When it comes to defensive guns, reliability is one of the most important traits.  When you NEED a gun for self-defense, you REALLY need it.  You need that gun right now, and you need it to work. Reliability in firearms is a complex topic because there are many variables to consider.  The gun itself certainly needs to be reliable, but so does the defensive ammunition.  It needs to work well with t...

  • Mag of the Month: Ruger BX-25 X2

      December’s Mag of the Month might be better described as, ‘mags of the month’ if only for the fact that it’s actually two magazines coupled together. Not long ago, Ruger had no OEM 10/22 magazines that held more than 10 rounds of ammo. In fact, part of the rifle’s charm was always its use of a proprietary, rotary magazine that kept the clean lines of the gun. A few years ago, however, a change ...

  • UZI Mags In a Scorpion Evo3?

    The CZ Scorpion Evo 3 magazine has a black cloud hanging over it ever since the gun came out last year. There have been a number of examples where the magazine feed lips have cracked. According to some owners, the feed lips did not crack from dropping them. But they cracked after some time using them. The issue has been addressed by CZ USA and they are willing to replace the bad magazines. Even if...

  • CZ Custom +20 rd Scorpion Extension

    The popularity of pistol caliber carbines (PCC) has increased exponentially. This is in part due to USPSA's inclusion of PCC into its own division. So now you can race with your PCC and be officially scored. USPSA has been dominated by handgun since its inception, however the market and popularity of pistol caliber carbines has caused USPSA officials to give them a serious consideration into compe...

  • The Glock 43: One Year Later

    Leading up to the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, one of the most frequent questions I heard in the gun industry was “When will Glock release a single stack 9mm pistol?” It was at that show that the folks from Smyrna, Georgia arrived with a slim pistol dubbed the G43.  If the local gun shops near me are any indication, the compact gun is a genuine hit. No one seems to be able to keep them in ...

  • Considerations on Hunting with the AR-15

    For some reason, there is some question about the usefulness of the AR-15 for hunting. I suppose part of it comes from the appearance of the AR platform since it does not have the traditional lines and wood of the stereotypical hunting rifle. Whatever the case, I’m here to tell you that the AR-15 is perfectly acceptable, and in some cases even a superior choice, for hunting. Size & Shape While the...

  • New AR-15: The Bushmaster Minimalist

    Just weeks ahead of the 2017 SHOT Show, Bushmaster announced a new AR-15 rifle called the Minimalist-SD. The new gun is designed to be light and rugged with a feature set that should please a large number of shooters. Rifles will be offered in both 5.56 NATO and 300 BLK. Starting with the core of the rifle, the Minimalist uses a forged 7075 receiver with a black hard coat anodized finish. The uppe...

  • Advantages of a 9mm Carbine for Defensive Training and Pleasure

    There are few guns that I enjoy shooting more than my AR-15’s.  There is something about the ability to insert a 30 round magazine and quickly engage targets from 0-250 yards with relative ease.  It is fun and since my AR-15 is my home defense gun, shooting it can be practical from a training standpoint as well.  The AR-15 doesn’t come with out some disadvantages as well. That is where a fun gun l...

  • Liberty Centurion Review

    I’m normally a multi-caliber can kind of guy – I like mitigating the costs of owning a suppressor by purchasing a single unit that works with multiple guns of multiple calibers. And while this is the most pragmatic choice, it does have some drawbacks. For instance, larger-caliber cans tend to be excessively heavy and bulky. After a year or so, I became accustomed to the added weight of running a ....

  • Break Action Howdah 45/410

    Italian Firearms Group is now importing a sexy new gun called the Howdah 45/410. Made by Pedersoli in Italy, the new gun is a pistol that resembles a sawed-off shotgun that you imagine might have been carried to defend a stagecoach moving the payroll for a railroad crew. In fact, the double trigger gun is modeled after the Auto & Burglar pistol made by Ithaca nearly 100 years ago. The new gun is n...

  • The All New CZ P-10 C

    Česká Zbrojovka, or CZ, is one of the most popular makers of firearms around the world. From the CZ-75 to the modern iteration of the Scorpion, the company has made reliable arms for 80 years. The company’s latest pistol, the CZ P-10 C, is likely to be as popular as any other gun the company has introduced this century.  The new P-10 C is a striker-fired pistol with a polymer frame. A quick glance...

  • New ETS 27 round 9mm GLOCK mag

    As both competition shooting and GLOCK handguns increase in popularity it makes sense that new accessories are being developed to help pistols like the practical tactical GLOCK 34 compete with other handguns in the action shooting sports. Elite Tactical Systems has paid attention to the trends in competition and as a result has developed a new competition legal, 9mm, 27 round, 170mm magazine from ...

  • Tango Down Stubby Grip Review

    Back in the day... Remember back when foregrips on guns were one of the chicest, most tactical accessories a gun could have – save for a giant laser or suppressor? When suddenly, they were replaced by the angled foregrip, a new more ergonomic alternative from Magpul that was 100 times more ‘tacticool’ than the traditional vertical grip. While that was the prevailing logic for a few years, shooters...

  • Practical Cleaning: What You Need for Keeping Guns Running in the Field

    When headed out for a day or weekend of shooting, keeping your guns up and running can mean the difference between creating enjoyable memories and sheer frustration. No one wants to get to their favorite range and spend more time clearing jams than pulling the trigger. Here are a few tricks to help keep you shooting. Pre-Range Check Before heading out, make sure everything is clean and functioning...

  • Add A Magazine To Your Shotgun

    One of the shortcomings of a traditional pump shotgun is ammo capacity low and reloads are typically slow. The standard Mossberg 500 has a magazine tube that holds five rounds in the tube and one in the chamber. That is a total of 6 rounds. Due to the design of the Mossberg 500, you cannot add a magazine extension tube. Even if you could, reloading the Mossberg is not a fast endeavor. There are sh...

  • Affordable and Accurate: The New Walther Creed

    At the recent National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers exposition in Kansas City, Walther Arms introduced a new handgun that should have people sit up and take notice. The new Creed was specifically designed to offer all the great ergonomics and shooting characteristics of the company’s flagship pistols, but at a price that puts it within the reach of nearly anyone needing a defensive fi...

  • Remington's New Polymer Pistols

    Remington announced a pair of new polymer pistols that are called the RP9 and RP45 respectively. The two new handguns are full size weapons more suited for home defense and police use that for concealed carry.  RP9  The RP9 is chambered in 9mm and each magazine holds 18 rounds, though limited capacity 10-round magazines will also available. Remington selected a 4.5” barrel for these pistols, which...

  • Carry Spare Magazines for Home-Defense

    When it comes to selecting a home defense gun, there are a lot of choices to be made.  More often today, folks that are dedicated to protecting themselves and their loved ones when they are at home are turning to the AR-15 Platform. There are a lot of reasons why the AR-15 can make for an outstanding home defense tool.  The AR is relatively easy to operate, it is light enough that many members of ...

  • Extra Capacity for Compact GLOCKS

    Most folks that carry a semi automatic handgun and are serious about concealed carry make sure to carry a spare magazine as often as possible.  A spare mag obviously provides additional ammunition should you be forced into reloading the handgun while responding to a violent encounter, but there are other reasons that may be more important for carrying a spare.  The top of the list for carrying a s...

  • Magazine Capacity Restrictions and the Glock 17

    Magazine capacity restrictions are a fact of life for many citizens in the United States. Some states and local jurisdictions artificially reduce the number of rounds that a law abiding citizen may have in his or her ammunition feeding device. Many times, these restrictions only allow for 10 rounds, while some areas have different maximum capacities. For example, both Colorado and New Jersey restr...

  • SGM Tactical Steel AR15 Magazine Review

    Steel, in my AR mag well? More likely than you'd think. I’m a sucker for steel magazines – as a long-time Kalashnikov owner, I can’t help but admire the overbuilt, nostalgic nature of steel mags. Sure, they’re not as high-speed, low-drag as polymer mags, but their increased durability and added heft just ooze quality. Sadly, most magazine manufacturers today don’t make any magazines for the AR15 i...

  • Blackhawk! BUIS Review

    When I bought my first AR15, it came with a fixed carry handle and a match-grade heavy H-BAR barrel. It was crazy accurate, unreasonably heavy and deviated away from one of the greatest advantages of the AR15 over other designs – modularity. Sure, I could have replaced the upper with a flat-top one, but since I purchased my first gun while still in college, funds were very tight. I loved that gun...

  • The New Guncrafter 9mm 1911 Pistols

    Guncrafter Industries – known for making .50 caliber 1911 pistols – stepped further into the smaller, faster world with the release of its new American pistols chambered for the 9mm cartridge. Guncrafter already offers the No Name and Frag pistols in 9mm. However, the company states that demand for more 9mm handguns prompted the company to now make the American in the metric cartridge. Until now, ...

  • DDI Is Bringing A QBZ Style Bullpup Shotgun To The US

    DDI has made themselves known for making some great American made AKs and even though their DDI12 shotgun has gotten off to a rocky start, they have addressed the issues and are coming back stronger.  At Big 3 East last October, Dave gave me a sneak peak into his top secret tennis racquet bag. Inside it was a QBZ style bullpup shotgun. For those of you not familiar with the QBZ series of rifles, t...

  • Bodyguard 380: The Gun and Its Must Have Accessories

    Pocket 380 pistols have been popular for a long time. Their popularity makes sense as the guns can typically be carried when larger handguns are too bulky, yet the guns are chambered in a respectable caliber. With modern ammunition, some are comfortable in saying the .380 approaches the effectiveness of the 9mm. Smith & Wesson launched its line of Bodyguard 380 pistols at the 2010 SHOT Show in Las...

  • Two Easy Ways to Upgrade Your USGI Magazines

    Magazines for the AR-15/M-4 platform are a topic of great debate among shooters. Some people swear by USGI style magazines, while others curse them. This debate has led to a situation where it seems everyone and their brother is now making AR-15 magazines. In a lot of ways, the competition is good. Competition leads to innovation and better prices for the consumer. However, it can also lead to con...

  • 4 Advantages of Pistol Caliber Carbines

    When deciding on a home defense solution, many new shooters take the ill-informed, but well-meaning advice of armchair commandos, gun salesman and their uncle Bob. Which is to say, buying a pump-action shotgun and if confronted with an intruder, simple rack the action to scare them away. This is not only very bad advice, it’s also extremely dangerous and relies on the assumption that an attacker w...

  • The Saint: Springfield Armory's New AR

    Springfield Armory made a big announcement this week when it launched its first AR-style rifle. Called The Saint, the AR-15 clone is a reasonably priced semi-automatic rifle with some very nice upgrades to make it an attractive shooter for a wide range of applications. Basics Starting with the basics of the gun, The Saint is a 5.56 NATO chambered rifle with a flat top receiver and an A2 style fron...

  • Feed Your Glock 17

    Extra Magazines help to keep the fun coming and your GLOCK 17 running smoothly. My modified GLOCK 17 is my EDC gun.  I carry it concealed every day along with a spare magazine and I train with it regularly.  It consistently runs without a hitch due to its reliable design and quality magazines certainly help keep it running smoothly. Early on in my shooting career I learned that multiple magazines ...

  • The American FAL

    Did you know that the United States considered adopting the FAL as its main battle rifle? After World War II, many countries were looking to upgrade its small arms. The US was one of the countries. While the M1 Garand was a fine rifle during the war, there were a variety of improvements that could be made to increase its efficiency. It is said that a handshake agreement between President D. Eisenh...

  • Rocking the FN SCAR 17

    Possibly the most fun I’ve had with a .308 rifle was when I first shot an FN SCAR 17 rifle. I’d never fired a SCAR before, and had heard mixed things. Some people loved them, while others thought the guns were simply over-hyped. So, when I picked up one for the first time, I wasn’t sure if I would like the gun or not. Pulling the trigger for the first time quickly clarified my position: I loved it...

  • Why I hate the REX Zero 1

    I’m a fairly laid back kind of guy, few things or people can get me upset enough to rant and rave, but somehow Arsenal of Las Vegas managed to elicit these very feeling from me at SHOT Show 2016. Was I mistreated by the staff? Handed a dangerous firearm? Made to drink Vodka until I woke up in the ICU? No, I was given a gun that I desperately needed years ago. Wait what?! Sounds confusing, but hea...

  • Warfytr AR Mag Pouch

    The Warfytr Down Draw Rifle Mag Carrier is an AR 15 mag pouch turned on its head, sort of. Their Mag Carrier is designed to be worn on a belt and the magazine is inserted upwards into the Mag Carrier. The magazine is suspended compared to a traditional mag pouch where the magazine is held upside down mainly due to gravity so it does not fall out of a traditional mag pouch. The problem with a tradi...

  • Secure Your Guns

    Spiderman fans can tell you that with great power comes great responsibility. The right to keep and bear arms comes with an important responsibility: to safely store your firearms when they are not in use. Too many tales of tragedy hit the news every year. Sometimes a child finds an unsecured gun and hurts or kills himself or a sibling. Other times, a police officer or other citizen is killed with...

  • The Glock 19: World’s Perfect Fighting Handgun?

    While there cannot be a single best gun for all occasions, there are certainly a number of contenders for best all-around gun that will serve admirably in most situations. Possibly the gun that tops that list is the Glock 19. The Glock 19, or G19, is the epitome of the modern combat pistol. Chambered in 9mm, the pistol has a polymer frame and is striker-fired. A standard size magazine will hold 15...

  • SIG SAUER SBX Gen2 Pistol Stabilizing Brace

    If you are looking to improve your one-handed shooting performance when running an AR-style pistol, SIG SAUER’s latest stabilizing brace might just be the ticket. Called the SBX Gen2 Pistol Stabilizing Brace, this unit is an updated model of the original pistol stabilizer that has become quite popular with many shooters. Both the original unit and this design were developed by a US military vetera...

  • SIG MPX Magazines: Compatibility Between Generations

    The original MPX from SIG SAUER is an amazing weapon system. The company, recognizing the potential of the platform, designed a second generation MPX that is to be a truly modular system that can run multiple calibers. The first generation MPX was based on the 9mm cartridge while the second generation guns are available in other calibers including the .357 SIG and .40 S&W. For second generation MP...

  • Caracal USA's Model F Recall Replacements Arrive... Finally.

    The first domestic pistol from the UAE to land stateside initially made waves for its great ergonomics and similarity to the Steyr M-A1. But after a few months a recall was issued because of a design oversight... now, some three years later, the upgraded recall-friendly pistols are back. If this seems like an inordinate amount of time to wait for a recall, that's because it is. Automotive recalls ...

  • Pistol Caliber Carbines - looks matter

    I’ve mentioned in both previous entries in this blog, as well as several other publications, that I have an unreasonable love of pistol caliber carbines. Partially because they remind me of the submachine guns I saw in movies as a child – the ones where the good guys always had an MP5 in their hands while mowing down waves of Soviet soldiers or terrorists. Which is why I believe one of the biggest...

  • Lithgow F90 ATRAX Fed By Magpul Mags

    The Lithgow F90 is the standard service rifle for the Australian military. It is based on the Steyer Aug design and is often dubbed the "Aus Steyer". I got a chance to check out two F90s at Big 3 East Media event. You can see a clip of the F90 here. The Lithgow F90 can be fed with Steyer Aug magazines. However these were fed excuvsively with Magpul PMAGs made for an Australian Military contract.  ...

  • 4 Lessons I learned from Hurricane Matthew

    This is my first October entry into Gun Mag Warehouse’s blog, and to be honest, I had initially planned on penning something about Glocks or suppressors, but Mother Nature had different plans. Last week I was at Big 3 East near Daytona Beach, FL. The event was supposed to last until Saturday, and give a handful or writers a chance to meet with some companies in a more intimate setting than larger ...

  • What You Didn't Know About Smith & Wesson's M&P45 Shield Magazines

    Earlier this year, Smith & Wesson made a move that pleased a lot of shooters: the company introduced the .45 ACP cartridge to the Shield line. Without a doubt, the M&P Shield series of handguns has been one of the biggest success stories in recent history for the august company. When the line was first introduced in 2012 at the National Rifle Association’s annual expo, it was met with a great deal...

  • Ruger Announces 9mm Compact American Pistol

    Ruger announced late Thursday night, the addition of the Compact model of the American Pistol to their product lineup. Check the press release below. Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to announce the addition of the Ruger American Pistol® Compact model. This new model is chambered in 9mm Luger and is available in both Manual Safety and Pro model configurations. Originally introduced i...

  • 4 mags to buy before the election

    Ah, presidential elections. Nothing brings out the worst in both parties like grand-standing, mud-slinging and character assassination on a national stage. While modern politics in America are more patrician and over-the-top than ever, one thing stays consistent through the past few decades: democrats reject private ownership of certain firearms as a right. In this same vein, nothing would make Se...

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  • Shooting the New Avidity Arms PD10

    Avidity Arms is getting very close to shipping its new PD10 pistol. Developed under the supervision of noted firearms trainer Rob Pincus, a working pre-production model was available for shooting at the 9th Annual Combat Focus Shooting Instructor’s Conference recently held in St. Augustine, FL. If you are not familiar with the PD10, let me catch you up to speed. Avidity Arms was formed with the i...

  • Blackhawk! QuickMod Case Mag Pouch

    According to Larry Houck, Product Manager of Holsters and Duty Gear at Vista Outdoor Inc., the Blackhawk! QuickMod pouches have been around for two years. However not many people know about them or have even seen them.  Blackhawk! has made magazine pouches in the past. They were a no frills basic affair that simply held magazines on a belt or interfaced with their Serpa line of drop leg rigs. The ...

  • Mag of the Month: Korean M1 Carbine Mags

    The M1 carbine has an interesting, amazingly complex and controversial history – invented by a convict in prison, built by Winchester (and other arms makers) for the US military and was the first step for the United States towards adoption of a genuine assault rifle. The M1 carbine was the first American firearm to be equipped with a night vision optic, and is the most prolific American firearm o...

  • Ruger announces release of Mark IV pistol

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 70 years, you’ve see, shot or know of the Ruger MK series of rimfire pistols. The brainchild of the late, great Bill Ruger, this Nambu-influenced plinking pistol is among the most prolific in the world and its success enabled Ruger to become the massive company it is today. Ruger’s little handgun is a direct blow-back pistol that closely mimics ...

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  • Is Ruger's 10/22 still an ideal first rifle?

    For years gun writers, forum-posters and gun shop clerks alike have almost universally recommended the 10/22 as a new shooter’s first rifle. Their reasoning was sound back when .22LR ammo was cheap and plentiful, but what about now? With steel-cased .223/5.56mm at roughly 22 cents a round when purchased by the case, and .22lr at about a third of that – the economics aren’t hard to justify for shoo...

  • Polymer Magazines For The MP5

    Thanks to a MP5 Enthusiasts group on Facebook, I learned of an inexpensive polymer magazine for MP5s. It is made in Turkey by MKE. MKE are the ones who make MP5s and are imported by Zenith Firearms.   MKE makes their MP5s using original H&K tooling that they purchased many years ago. The MKE/Zenith MP5s come with three metal magazines. They are nearly identical to the H&K MP5 magazines. Above you...

  • Running a suppressor? Don’t forget to clean your mags!

      Sound suppressors, silencers cans – whatever you want to call them, are great to reducing the volume of a gunshot. While they aren’t as quiet as the bird-chirping-into-a-pillow Hollywood suppressors in movies and TV, they go a long way in keeping a shooter’s hearing undamaged. Though they do have some shortcomings, in this case, increased fouling. Fowling? Like hunting birds? No, fouling – the ...

  • Second Fastest Way To Reload: Coupled Magazines

    The fastest reload is when you don't have to do one. That is why high capacity magazines or drum magazines are awesome. However what if you don't have those types of magazines? How can you make your regular reloads faster? Economy of motion. Why waste time reaching for a spare magazine from a pouch either on your waist or on your chest? Coupled magazines are the way to go. Coupling mags is easy. S...

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  • Smith and Wesson Acquires Crimson Trace and New Strategies

    What do you do when your accessory sales are outrageously low? That’s a no-brainer.  Buy Crimson Trace.  Smith and Wesson began the process of acquiring Crimson Trace back in July and finalized the deal on August 29th.  By making this decision, Smith and Wesson not only opened up a door for themselves to be a powerhouse in the accessory market for all firearms, but they also created an opportunity...

  • Lube For Your Magazine

    Earlier this month I was at the 2016 FN 3Gun Championship match at Peace Maker National Training Center. I have staffed this match for five years. This year, Lucas Oil was one of the largest sponsors for the match. I will be honest, I have not heard of Lucas Outdoor Products before. As staff we have our own sponsored staff dinner with a slew of prizes just for staff. One of the items that many of ...

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