As 2017 draws to a close, we here at TFB wanted to take a look at ten of the most popular articles posted in the past year. Our dedicated staff of writers does a great job of tracking breaking news, product releases and industry events before other outlets. And it’s been a busy year – from the Sig Sauer P320 MHS award, CMP 1911s, Gen 5 GLOCKs and ATF Rulemaking Proposals – the last 12 months have kept us busy. And who knows, there’s still a few days left to squeeze in a BREAKING headline or two.
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TFB’s Top 10 Most Popular Articles Of 2017
It’s not every day you get the privilege to write about a new rifle from Heckler & Koch, but we have the honor to present the brand new HK433.
With SIG’s recent win of the $580 million dollar contract for the US Army’s Modular Handgun System pistol, many are asking just how the American outlet of the Swiss-German SIG Sauer could have won such a large contract, especially against what many perceived was the strongest contender, Glock.
What is happening at Colt? That’s the question on many people’s minds as news of layoffs in the company began to trickle out starting on Tuesday.
FPSRussia, a charismatic YouTube gun personality probably best known for nearly killing himself when he annihilated a pickup truck with tannerite, spent two nights in jail.
6. BREAKING: 7.62mm Rifle to REPLACE M4 Carbine – Interim Combat Service Rifle Solicitation Released by US Army
The US Army has released a solicitation for a new 7.62mm infantry rifle to replace the M4.
While not the elusive ‘M’ or ‘Generation 5’ models, it appears that GLOCK is set to release new features on some existing models later this year.
Many people predicted the fate of Gander Mountain and now more information is surfacing.
The Civilian Marksmanship Program has received word that the Philippine government could be shipping 86,000 M1 Garand rifles back to the United States for distribution to American civilian shooters.
Just in the last hour someone leaked an ATF White Paper regarding changes to be potentially made in the ATF.
The United States House of Representatives has just passed their version of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), and included within it is a provision that will mandate the release of all M1911 handguns currently in US Army inventory to the Civilian Marksmanship Program, for distribution to eligible US civilians.