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    US Army Awards General Atomics a Contract to Develop Railguns

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com On March 1st, 2018 General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) has announced that they have been awarded a US Army contract through the Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium (DOTC). The contract will allow the General Atomics to evaluate and develop electromagnetic railguns. This research will be accomplished in support of the U.S. Army […] More

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    Handcrafted Precision Rifles from MPR

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Medwell Precision Rifles (MPR) a British company, has used the IWA Outdoor Classic International Trade Fair in Nuremberg, Germany to introduce their two new high performance precision rifles, the Vanquish and Wraith. MPR boasts that the Vanquish and Wraith rifles are handcrafted with bespoke finishes, made to order and […] More

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    Century Arms Goes Small with a C39V2 Pistol with Shockwave Blade

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Century Arms has achieved a lot of adulation for their C39V2 AK-47 rifle. Now they are ushering this into the world of pistols with the introduction of the C39V2 Pistol with a Shockwave Blade. The stout power and compact package that this will provide for AK enthusiasts makes it perfect […] More

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    TFB Book Review: The Anti-Tank Rifle by Steven Zaloga

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Osprey Publications has recently come out with a new title in the Weapon Series of books, “The Anti-Tank Rifle”.  It is a light history of the anti-tank rifle from the First World War to the beginning of the Cold War. For those not familiar with the Weapon Series from […] More

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    [Review] Shell Shock Technologies: S3 Reload

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com When I was contacted about reviewing new pistol sizing and recapping dies I thought, “wow….dies. Big deal”. What are these S3 Reload dies anyways? Shell Shock Technologies (SST) of Westport, Connecticut has created the S3 RELOAD set; dies not just for “regular” brass, but designed to accommodate the […] More

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    5 Rare and Unusual Firearms Seen in the Rock Island April 2018 Premiere Firearms Auction Catalog

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com The catalog of the upcoming Rock Island April 2018 Premiere Firearms Auction is already published. It is always interesting to look through their catalog and see what lots are consigned because this is one of the USA’s biggest firearms auctions and some of the most unusual and rare guns […] More

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    New: Heckler & Koch Introduce Gen 3 Polymer Magazine

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Heckler & Koch have introduced their new 5.56x45mm Gen 3 polymer magazine at the 2018 Enforce Tac law enforcement and defence trade fair at Nürnberg Messe, Germany. Soldier Systems Daily have the first photos of the new magazine, which is quite a departure from the earlier Gen 2 Heckler […] More

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    FN Demonstrating HAMR-16 for PEO Soldier’s Next Gen Squad Weapon

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Program Executive Officer (PEO) Soldier out of Fort Belvoir, Virginia recently tweeted an image depicting U.S. Army Brigadier General Anthony Potts (currently commanding PEO Soldier) on the test range firing a test rifle apart of “emerging technologies for Next Generation Squad Weapon” as spelled out in the tweet. Upon […] More

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    Aimpoint CompM4 Win Berlin Police Contract

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Aimpoint has announced that they have won a large contract to supply sights to Berlin’s Police at the 2018 Enforce Tac coverage from the Nürnberg Messe. The Swedish company revealed that they will be supplying the Berliner Polizei with 3,800 Aimpoint CompM4 red dot sights. The sights will primarily be […] More

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