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    New Hunting Shotguns Already on Our 2020 Wish List :: Guns.com

    Though we haven’t even hit the booths of SHOT Show yet — the firearm industry’s major trade show — there are plenty of announcements rolling in ahead of the Jan. 21 through Jan. 24 show. As always, there are plenty of hunting inspired guns to get pumped about, so with that in mind, here are […] More

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    Gun Group Warns State Lawmakers Considering 5-Round Mag Limit

    Hawaii currently has a 10-round cap on detachable handgun magazines, and state gun rights advocates fear this could be arbitrarily sliced in half. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) Pro-gun advocates in one state are warning that lawmakers, in conjunction with police officials, could set a magazine capacity limit as low as five rounds. The Hawaii Firearms Coalition, […] More

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    Savage’s 1st Semi-Auto Shotgun: The Savage Renegauge Series

    Developed over several years, Savage’s new Renegauge series of semi-auto shotguns are designed to conquer the nastiest of conditions. Pitched as the company’s first autoloading shotgun (unless you count the time they used to make Browning humpbacks as the Savage 720 in the 1930s and 40s) the new Renegauge uses a proprietary Dual Regulating Inline […] More

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    New Bergara B-14R .22LR Precision Training Rifle :: Guns.com

    The new Bergara B-14R is pitched to those who want a full-sized 22LR trainer for use in NRL22 and PRS .22 competition matches or to complement their long-range precision rifle. (Photos: Bergara) Bergara recently announced its new B-14R, a .22LR built on a full-scale Remington 700 footprint, is now shipping. A complement to the company’s […] More

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    Hornady Frontier vs. Sig Sauer Elite :: Guns.com

    The Hornady and Sig Sauer loads face off to see which comes out on top for AR shooting. (Photo: Josh Wayner/Guns.com) The AR-15 platform, chambered in .223 Rem./5.56 NATO, is the most popular of all modern rifles in America. While there are a plethora of options out there for advanced hunting ammo, superior match-grade loads […] More

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    The Year New Zealand Destroyed Their Firearms History

    This April, the New Zealand national government banned a sweeping array of legal firearms, including antiques and collectibles. Slated for mandatory “buy-back” using public funds, an estimated 170,000 of the country’s more than 1.2 million legal guns were targeted by the new restrictions. Owners who did not elect to sell their often treasured family heirlooms […] More

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    Buffalo Bore vs. Sig Sauer :: Guns.com

    The Smith & Wesson Alaska Backpacker IV helps us determine the winner of this .44 SPL showdown. (Photo: Josh Wayner/Guns.com) The .44 Special is amid a comeback thanks to the popularity of big-bore carry guns and advances in bullet technology. Unlike many other cartridges of similar intent, the 44 Special has earned a very interesting […] More

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    How Shopping The Guns.com Outlet Supports Local FFL’s

    Visit the Outlet, where local gun shops from coast to coast are offering some amazing deals A core mission of Guns.com is to support local FFL’s by giving them a place to easily list guns for sale. The biggest way we do this is the Guns.com Outlet. Here dealers will find a user-friendly interface where […] More

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    New Sig Sauer CROSS Rifle, Company’s 1st U.S. Bolt-Action Hunting Rifle

    The new sub-7-pound Sig Sauer CROSS will be available in 6.5CM, .308 Win and .277 SIG Fury, the latter a new hybrid cartridge. (Photo: Sig Sauer) A precision bolt-action hunting rifle designed and manufactured in New Hampshire, Sig Sauer’s CROSS was announced this week. The rifle– which will be available in 6.5 Creedmoor, 308 Winchester, […] More

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