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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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    Strasser RS-14 EVOLUTION Straight Pull Hunting Rifles

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Austrian firearms manufacturer Strasser has introduced the next generation of their RS-14 straight pull bolt action hunting rifles. The new line is called Evolution. It includes two new rifles called RS-14 Evolution Standard and RS-14 Evolution Tahr. The main difference of Evolution rifles from the basic RS-14 is the […] More

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    New modular Steyr Mannlicher SSG M1 2018

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com There is a new upgraded Steyr Mannlicher SSG around the corner called the SSG M1 2018. The upgrades make the bolt-action rifle quite similar to the SAKO TRG M10, which has had quite a lot of success recently. For instance in Poland, just check here and here for […] More

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    Interesting Tikka T3 upgrades from Sterk Shooting

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Sterk Shooting from Australia is introducing a Generation 2 of their Titanium Bolt Shroud for the Tikka T3 and T3x. Sterk offer various upgrades for the Tikka T3, as you can see below, but the new bolt shrouds really caught my attention as they look like a work […] More

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    World Record-Holding Barrel Manufacturer Throws Their Hat into the Glock Arena

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com FJ Feddersen has been in the barrel manufacturing business for almost 40 years. Located in East Tennessee since 2000, the manufacturing facility features top-of-the-line machinery. Mills, lathes, CNC machines, heat-treating ovens, and more fill the 17,500 square foot shop floor. Due to Fred Feddersen’s single-edge polygonal rifling (SEPR), […] More

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    Norway’s Svalbard Arctic Seed Vault is Defended by Rifles from World War Two

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Norway’s Svalbard Arctic Seed Vault, located deep inside the Arctic Circle, on the island of Spitsbergen maintains a high level of security. It is defended by armed guards equipped with 80 year old rifles. Built into the Norwegian island’s permafrost the purpose of the Svalbard Seed Vault is to provide […] More

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    Las Vegas Antique Gun Show: A Hidden and Accessible Gem

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Often completely overshadowed by the larger SHOT Show, the Antique Gun Show is strategically held during the weekend after SHOT Show (although this year it was held the weekend before). Although possibly not the best antique show in the United States, it certainly ranks highly up there with the quality […] More

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    NEW Steyr CARBON Series of Bolt Action Rifles

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Steyr Mannlicher has introduced a new family of bolt-action rifles called Steyr Carbon. Judging by the model designations, these are most likely the Steyr SM12 and CL II rifles except equipped with carbon fiber stocks made by a company called Fine Ballistic Tools (FBT). However, these rifles are marketed and […] More

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