Beretta Adds Tiger Stripe PMXs Model

Beretta has a new variant of the PMXs, this time in tiger stripe. This new cosmetic variation has an MSRP of $1399. Let’s take a look at the PMXs more generally along with this new model.

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Double The Gun, Double The Fun: Magpul's New DAKA Double Pistol Case

Magpul is back again with another new DAKA product. This time it is the DAKA double pistol case. It stores two handguns, magazines, and small tools in a layout that roughly resembles a laptop case.

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EAA Announces Two New MC14 .380 Pistols

European American Armory has two new MC14 .380 ACP handguns that hearken back to other designs. The MC14G84 and MC14BDA are new takes on the Cheetah platform. Let’s take a look at the features. 

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SIG Sauer Releases P322-COMP Pistol

There is a new addition to the SIG Sauer P322 family. The new P322-COMP adds a compensator and other competition-oriented upgrades to the standard pistol. It also includes a red dot sight from the factory. 

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The New Budget-friendly Magpul MOE X-22 Stock Is Here

Magpul has a new, affordable stock for the standard Ruger 10/22. The new MOE X-22 stock adds the features we have come to expect from Magpul to the run-of-the-mill 10/22. It is a whole lot of stock for under $70.

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New SIG Sauer MCX-Rattler LT

SIG Sauer’s latest generation of the MCX now has its own Rattler model. The MCX-Rattler LT combines the features of the LT family with the compact size of the Rattler. How does it differ from earlier Rattlers? Let’s find out.

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New Sons Of Liberty Gun Works M16-A5, A Primary Arms Exclusive

Sons of Liberty Gun Works has a surprise new release, an M16-A5 sold exclusively through Primary Arms. “But there is no M16-A5!” the cloner may exclaim. Well, there is one now, and you can buy it.

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New KelTec P17 Slide With Crimson Trace Red Dot

KelTec is always coming up with new and interesting guns. Their P17 is one of, if not the, lightest .22LR pistols on the market and one of the most affordable. It’s also now joining the ranks of red dot-capable pistols with the introduction of a red dot-equipped P17 slide.

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TFB Review: The New Ruger LCP II 22 LR

Just a bit over three years after the introduction of the LCP II, Ruger has decided to release the firearm in the widely available and easy to shoot .22 LR caliber. TFB was lucky enough to get an exclusive look at the LCP II 22 LR for testing and evaluation purposes so today we’ll go over some first impressions as well as some speculation on how well it’ll be received in the packed concealed carry market.

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Cross Armory Safe Mag 2 and Pin Pal

If you’re a Californian who wants to keep your “evil features”, you most likely have heard of the Cross Armory Safe Mag – a fixed magazine locking system. TFB featured the device as a new product last year and since then its safe to say the Safe Mag and the Quick Pins Combo have become one of the more popular solutions on the market. Furthermore, and as a result of what I believe to be popular demand, Cross Armory has since expanded their product line to include The Pin Pal and the Safe Mag 2, which unlike the standard Safe Mag, accommodates most billet receivers. Along with the original quick pins, this trilogy combined allows for an easy reload and with that, isn’t the least expensive either (but with good reason).

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Magpul PMAG D-60 Spotted in use by 7th Special Forces Group Soldier

A recently published news video from Arizona-based 3TV/Arizona Family Channel concerning domestic violence in the U.S. Army included a photograph of a U.S. Soldier from the 7th Special Forces Group based out of Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. The soldier is posing with what appears to be an M4A1 SOPMOD Block II and also appears to be on deployment in Afghanistan due to the terrain, green valley, and patchwork of compounds in the background.

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Impressions and Reflections of SHOT 2018

Now more than a week has passed since SHOT 2018, and we at TFB are finally recuperating from what is most likely the busiest single week that the entire team will have all year. With SHOT Show over, we can finally go back to the boring business of gun writing and video making. But while the show is still fresh on our minds, I think it is important to take a second and look at some of the trends and big product pushes that occurred during the show.

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[SHOT 2018] IWI USA's 40mm UBGL/Standalone Grenade Launcher

The IWI 40x46mm Low-Velocity UBGL/Standalone Grenade Launcher has been around for a few years but this is the first time we were able to actually get our hands on the launcher at TFB. Available for LE/Military customers worldwide, the launcher is designed to lock onto the bayonet lug of the Tavor 5.56x45mm X95 rifle by way of two locking pins that keep it in place. At first glance, it appears to be similar to any other UBGL/GL design on the market but IWI really seemed to put a lot of effort into the finer points of detail on the launcher.

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New Krinkov Offering from Iron Claw Tactical

Iron Claw Tactical out of Wisconsin was showing off a 5.45x39mm Krink option that the company has recently put together. Built off a Bulgarian SLR-104UR SBR ( stock form sold by Arsenal), the Iron Claw Tactical has a number of aftermarket parts, and parts of the companies own line that come together under a single gray Cerakote job.

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US-Made FORGED AKs Coming SOON from Kalashnikov USA

The sanctions on Russian companies have hit the American AK enthusiast hard – no longer can we import inexpensive Izhevsk Kalashnikovs to feed the beast. Yet, there is a silver lining: Domestic AK production is on the rise to meet the demand, and one company in particular is staking its name – the biggest name in the business – on American-made AKs done right. That name being, of course, Kalashnikov USA.

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