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Swiss Firepower: The SIG AMT (STG57) 0

By Alex C. The Swiss are known for producing some of the world’s finest firearms, and the STG57 is no exception. The rifle served from 1957 until 1990 when it was officially replaced by the SIG 550 series, but today

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Windham Weaponry MCS Multi-Caliber Uppers

By Richard Johnson Windham Weaponry announced new uppers that allow the shooter to quickly change calibers from 5.56 NATO to either 300 BLK or 7.62×39. The uppers are called MCS, or Multi-Caliber System. Currently, two are being produced: MCS1 and

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SlowMo Galore in FireClean Testing

By Nathan S. While the test is certainly only covering only a single facet of what makes lubricant preform in the field (how much carbon debris comes out of the gun versus stays in it), its still fascinating to watch

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Mesa Tactical to partner with Beretta

By Miles Vining The mostly shotgun accessary company Mesa Tactical, based out of California is partnering up with Beretta USA to bring their popular Urbino pistol grip stock to the 1301 line of tactical shotguns. This is an interested development

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Sightmark Releases 3x “Tactical Magnifier Pro”

By Nathan S. Sightmark has announced the release of their “Tactical Magnifier Pro” in 3x magnification complete with easy flip-to-side mount. The new mount is designed to work out-of-the-box with standard Aimpoint, EOTech, and similar optics. Sightmark rates the sight

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POTD: Infantryman End of Service Gift

By Steve Johnson James wrote … I built this rifle for a fellow Infantryman as a end of service gift. The upper receiver is a Palmetto State Arms carbine length gas system with a FN made cold hammer forged barrel

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LaserLyte Color Guard Kit

By Richard Johnson LaserLyte is expanding the company’s line of laser training targets and kits with the recently introduced Color Guard Kit. The Color Guard Kit includes the training pistol with built-in laser and a single electronic target. Unlike other

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Reloading Fail PSA: Don’t Forget to Crimp (Warning: Graphic Injury Images) 0

By Katie A A reloading PSA has popped up in a Facebook forum known as the Shooting Bench, complete with pictures to really hammer the message home. Apparently the reloader in question was loading .45-70s and failed to crimp; his

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S&W Performance Shop 5906 and Incendiary 9mm Ammo

By Nicholas C Jerry Miculek shows off a rather rare pistol. It is a S&W Performance Shop over run production 5906 that was made for an overseas contract. According to the video title it may have been made for Mexican

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Magpul MBUS Pro Front Sight Post Options

By Nicholas C Two new options are available for your MBUS Pro front sight posts. Magpul released a new front sight post for their MBUS PRO front sight. The new sight post retails for $9.95 and is dual purpose. It

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