Legal for USPSA Single Stack Division, the DVC Classic, like the rest of the DVC Series—is built to win. This gun is perfect for the single-stack competitor with its fully adjustable rear sight, forged Master Series frame and VZ Operator II Grips. The Classic features the same 2.5lb crisp trigger as in all STI DVC guns, along with the same hammer and sear. The hard chrome nish and TiN BBL coating are sure to last for years of use. This gun also features multiple parts built by Dawson Precision, including; a tool-less guiderod, drilled and tapped extended magazine release, ber optic front sight and ICE magazine well. Continue reading
SHOT Show 2016 is already under way! Today I had the opportunity to see and shoot a few of Sig's new offerings!
We already know about a few new releases coming from Sig:
- P220 Legion .45 ACP (it was on display at Range Day but it had G10 pirahna grips instead of the proper Legion grips - those should be on it later in the week)
- Sig P210 Target and P210 Classic - Made in the US
- P320 Target with 5" barrel
P227 Stainless Elite
Kimber has drastically revamped their line for 2016. We reported on the new additions to the line and we have assembled a list of the models that were discontinued.
Below is a breakdown of the models being discontinued. It is important to note that many of these models are being replaced with updated versions. The updated versions are getting new part numbers. Additionally some of these part numbers may include models that had limited availability Continue reading
I hinted in my previous post that Kimber is rolling out a new Micro 9 pistol and making some significant changes to their 1911 line.
These changes include updates to some existing lines as well as dropping some older models.
The standard black 1911 Custom II, Pro Carry II, and Ultra Carry II are all being dropped from the line. They are being replaced by the two tone variants that have been available this fall. They are also adding 9mm variants to this two tone group where the current offerings have been available only in .45 ACP. Continue reading
Kimber is releasing a new 9mm subcompact pistol in 2016 called the Micro 9.
The pistol will look like a larger version of the Micro .380 and is expected to start shipping in March of 2016. The Micro .380 is similar to the Sig P238 and the Colt Mustang. The Micro 9 looks like it will compete with Sig's P938 and other subcompact 9mm pistols.
The three variations initially available are below.
Micro 9 Two Tone (part number 3300099) - MSRP: $654.00
Micro 9 Crimson Carry (part number 3300101) - MSRP $894.00
Micro 9 Stainless Rosewood (part number 3300158) - MSRP $654.00
We will find out if ambidextrous models are coming as well. I'm sure that will be desired by some shooters.
We'll post more info tomorrow on other changes to Kimber's line. There are a bunch of 1911's being updated!
Any more news on the Micro 9 series will be updated here. We'll have orders entered soon but don't expect shipments before March.
Sig Sauer just announced (through SigForum.com) the release of enhanced pistols based on their P226 and P229 families called the Legion Series. These upgraded pistols include many features widely requested by professionals and avid shooters.
Here is our intro video:
We also published a video showing the P229 Legion with the P229 Scorpion and M11-A1 (added 10-9-15):
The soon to be released models are as follows (click the part number to see them in our store): Continue reading
Sig has been putting a lot of resources behind their SIG-SD line of suppressors.
They just released this video going into details of the production process and materials that make their suppressors some of the best offered.
Head over and check out of inventory of SIG-SD suppressors.
Savage Arms has issued a recall on all BMag rifles sold before September 2015.
Their recall notes the following:
Savage Arms has discovered that the bolt on some B.MAG rifle may inadvertently catch the safety button and slide it forward into the “fire” position. This condition is primarily present if downward pressure is applied to the bolt too early while pushing it forward. While Savage has received no reports of accidents due to this condition, we have decided to offer free retrofits of all B.MAG rifle bolts out of an abundance of caution and in our ongoing commitment to quality and safety.
To avoid possible unintentional discharge or injury, do not use your B.MAG rifle untill your bolt has been retrofitted with a new bolt handle and cap. This retrofit only applies to Savage B.MAG rifle bolts.
Below is the provided recall flyer.