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    • The P320 Naming Scheme is going to cause Headaches!

      So... back when we posted our video detailing the P320 and P250, we pointed out that it was strange that the P250 Compact was the same as the P320 Carry in overall dimensions. Well... it seems that this is turning into a real cluster.

      The gun that we have all known as the P320 Carry is no longer the Carry... What, what? Continue reading

    • Sig Drops a Few Models in 2015

      We've been seeing quite a few new 2015 models (rifles, pistols, P320's, and CALX Kits, from Sig Sauer between scouring distributor websites for leaks and Sig's own Instagram page.

      We're now finding out that a few more models are being discontinued for 2015. We also listed a significant chunk of discontinued part numbers back in June. Continue reading

    • Sig Sauer and the ATF have agreed on a timeline

      I, by the grace of God, am not a lawyer, but according to Guns.com, it sounds like Sig and the ATF have agreed to a time when they'll agree if the muzzle brake on an MPX is a suppressor or not.

      A timeline has been set for gun maker SIG Sauer to settle a dispute with federal regulators for classifying its product as a silencer instead of a muzzle brake.

      Although a date for a ruling has not been scheduled, both SIG and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agreed on deadlines for final arguments, according to court documents obtained by Guns.com.

      Stay tuned.

    • Sig's new optic

      Well, well, well ... look what we have here, a new 4x scope from Sig Sauer, courtesy of Guns&Ammo's Twitter feed.


      According to Guns & Ammo, the name of it will be Bravo, and it will have a fixed 4x magnification and a horseshoe-dot reticle. No word on MSRP yet, but when we know the rest of  details and have them on our shelves, we'll post the product up on the website.

      Here's that pic again, by itself.



      One the biggest beefs I have with the Sig optics is their reticles: They're just too confusing for what they're supposed to do, and I'm glad to see them moving to a simpler reticle that is closer to what the rest of the industry uses.

    • A Peek Inside Your Gun

      Our friends at Primary Weapons Systems have a fascinating cutaway video that shows how their gas-piston AR-15's operate.

    • The Hypocrisy of Amazon.com

      When you want to see great examples of hypocracy, you don't have to look much farther than liberal organizations and companies.

      Amazon.com is an e-commerce powerhouse and because of their market share, we decided to give their Fulfillment by Amazon program a try. The prime candidate for the program was the hot Sig Pistol Brace. The program is pretty straight forward. You ship the inventory to Amazon and they ship it when a customer makes the purchase (Prime customers get free two day shipping). Continue reading

    • Sig Sauer Discontinuing Stand-Alone PSB Sales

      Sig Sauer PSB Braces Discontinued

      We’ve just received notice from Sig Sauer that as of the first of next year, they’ll be discontinuing sales of the stand-alone pistol braces (PSB’s) without the buffer tube kit, both the current PSB models and the newer SBX models.

      Also, the type of kits offered by Sig Sauer will be changing from the current pistol brace kits: Rather than including a buffer tube and pad, they will be including a buffer tube, pad, recoil spring and locking nut, once existing stock is sold out, the new MSRP from Sig Sauer for the PSB kits will be $239 for PSB kits and $249 for SBX kits, although sale prices may vary from that.

      Affected Items: PSB-AR-BLK, PSB-AR-FDE, SBX, PSB-KIT-FDE and PSB-KIT-BLK.

      The part numbers for the new kits will be:

      • KIT-PSB-BLK
      • KIT-PSB-FDE
      • KIT-PSB-PNK (Available Q1 2015)
      • KIT-SBX-BLK
      • KIT-SBX-FDE
      • KIT-SBX-PNK (Available Q1 2015)

      Note that the last three SKU numbers indicate that there are two new colors of SBX braces coming soon!

    • New From Kimber - The Micro Raptor Stainless


      • Caliber: .380ACP
      • Weight (w/empty mag): 13.4 ounces
      • Barrel length: 2.75 inches
      • Magazine Capacity: 6 rounds
      • MSRP: $960

      Key Features

      • Side and top scaling
      • Front strap scale serrations and texturing on the mainspring housing
      • Zebra wood grips
      • Stainless steel slide
      • 3 dot night sights
      • Ambidextrous safety

      Looks like a nice little micro 1911 in .380. We should have those in the store early next week.

    • Ruger Introduces A New LCR Revolver

      Ruger LCR-X

      From their email:

      "The LCR-X with a 3-inch barrel and adjustable sights is the newest addition to the award-winning LCR Family. Chambered in .38 Special +P, the 3-inch barrel, adjustable rear sight and modest weight make this a great all-around revolver, perfect for backpacking, concealed carry, home defense or just plinking."

      Interesting gun, should be easy to carry and comfortable to shoot. We'll have more info once we get them on our shelves.

    • Smith And Wesson Rolls Out New Rebates

      M&P Rebate

      Purchase any new full size or compact M&P pistol and receive two free magazines from Smith and Wesson*.

      Offer valid on qualifying new Smith & Wesson M&P full or compact size pistols purchased between November 14th and December 3, 2014. Coupon submission for qualifying purchases must be postmarked by December 17, 2014. Please allow 8-10 weeks for processing time for valid coupon submissions.

      * M&P Shield pistols excluded. Other restrictions apply. See Terms & Conditions for full details.

      Shop online for M&P pistols now, and get your rebate form here.

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