5.11 Inc., the global innovator of purpose-built apparel, footwear and gear, announced it is gradually reopening its United States-based retail stores in light of the restriction lifts surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19).
SIG Sauer has announced the integration of the Gearfire “Buy Now” option to sigsauer.com to expand the website’s eCommerce capability, allowing consumers to purchase firearms online, direct from local dealers.
Safariland Training Academy in collaboration with PoliceOne is presenting a series of 23 free online training sessions for law enforcement, focused on responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
High Speed Gear recently expanded its duty line of gear with two new products, the Duty Triple Pistol Taco and the Duty Double Pistol Taco–Covered Plus.
The Rock River Arms RUK-9BT AR Pistol is the latest addition to the company’s expanding lineup of AR-platform pistols. The gun addresses the needs and interests of shooters with an eye toward home- and mobile-defense capabilities.
It’s America’s oldest family-owned and -operated firearm company and the Mossberg legacy thrives at more than 100 years old. The great grandson of Oscar F. Mossberg, who founded the firm in 1919, is CEO today and despite the dramatic changes that have affected the corporate and political landscapes in the last century, the dedication remains to delivering on the firm’s original pledge—“More gun for the money.”
Galco has introduced the Scout 3.0 tuckable inside the waistband holster for the SIG-Sauer P365, one of today’s most popular modern carry pistols! The highly versatile Scout 3.0 merges Galco’s historic quality, comfort, and high performance as an option for daily CCW needs.
Primary Arms Optics is now shipping its new GLx 2.5-10×44 mm FFP ACSS Raptor M2 and GLx4-16×50 mm FFP MIL-DOT rifle scopes. Following the initial release of GLx in 2019, Primary Arms’ Optics latest product line features two new reticle configurations elevated by GLx innovation.
How did Arnold Schwarzenegger help launch SureFire? The company was founded as Laser Products Corporation after Dr. John Matthews developed and patented a laser-aiming device tailored for firearms. During its first year of operation it introduced the LPC Model 7, which was mounted atop a Colt Trooper .357 Mag.
The Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI) accepted the Winchester .350 Legend as a new cartridge and chamber standard in early 2019, but there is still some confusion.