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Dimensionally similar to a credit card, the Trailblazer Firearms LifeCard pistol is a folding, single-shot “utility” pistol design chambered for .22 Long Rifle, and now the company has expanded its line-up to include suppressor-ready models.
Smith & Wesson expanded its lineup of M&P Shield Plus handguns to include a model in Federal Ammunition's 30 Super Carry cartridge, which enhances magazine capacity even more.
The author turns to the Bond Arms Stinger RS, a slim, potent and affordably priced pistol, to serve as the foundation for creating the "Wasp" chambered for the .327 Fed. Mag. cartridge.
While designed for law-enforcement and government use, the Rock River Arms Assurance Carbine is available in semi-automatic format for the commercial market.
I have always been moderately miffed that the flagrantly right-handed platform’s greatness has never fully applied to me personally. So, sitting here now as the proud owner of a Cabot Guns National Standard South Paw (NSSP)—having violated both of my long-held prohibitions simultaneously—I am probably about as surprised as anyone.
Once known as the dominant maker of M1A rifles used in high power rifle competition at Camp Perry, Springfield Armory is now known for a much broader line of guns, including its Saint Victor 9 mm carbine.
The KelTec P17 is one of the most affordable rimfire handguns on the market, with an MSRP of just $199. Don't think that the low price means you're not getting a whole lot, because there are many different elements in this unique rimfire pistol.
The Glock 47 MOS takes the G19X/G45 concept and stretches it, giving its user a nearly 4.5"-long barrel followed by an optic-ready slide on a frame with the company's latest, Gen5 ergonomics. The G47 MOS comes chambered in 9 mm Luger and has a 17-round magazine.
The SIG Sauer Tango6T and Alpha4 mount, a Military-grade LPVO combination used on the M110A1 SDMR, is available to the commercial market and packed with features such as an illuminated reticle with built-in drop compensation, first-focal plane lens arrangement, IPX8 waterproofing and more.
Watch American Rifleman staff on the range this week with a Davidson's Exclusive Ruger Mk IV 22/45 Lite topped with a Riton Optics micro red-dot sight.