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    The Picatinny Mounted MK31 MOD 0 Pen Flare of Operation Enduring Freedom

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Unfortunately, an inevitable result of any large-scale military counter-insurgency operation are unintended, innocent civilian casualties otherwise known as collateral damage. The questions stated to military planners are not “If” but instead “When”. How any modern Infantry forces works through this sort of preparation can sometimes determine the difference […] 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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    Sig Sauer Launches the New P365 and More

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com The Sig Sauer P365 was one of the most talked about semi auto pistols to SHOT Show this year. TFB sat down with Sig’s media team and got the low-down on the newest member of the Sig Sauer family. The Elephant in the Room The very first thing […] More

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    Ammunition Storage Components

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Ammunition Storage Components (ASC) supplies some of the firearms industry’s leading manufacturers with quality stainless steel and aluminum magazines. The Magazine Company with a Huge Heart ASC, located in Connecticut, supplies stainless steel and aluminum AR-15 and AR-10 magazines to several large and well-known OEMers. That list currently […] More

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    Sprinco Creates Walther and CZ After-Market Springs

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Occasionally, companies throw industry standards out the window to create something truly unique and spectacular. Enter Alan Dugger, owner of Sprinco. The Last Buffer Spring You’ll Ever Need Made from Chrome Silicon, the Sprinco AR-15 and AR-10 buffer springs are the same material used in Formula One and […] More

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    TFB WINTER GAMES: A Look At The Biathlon Event

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com With the closing ceremonies only a few days away, the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea is drawing to a end. Unfortunately, for those who don’t run in specific snow-shooting-sports circles, the Winter Games that come around every four years is our only chance to watch the Biathlon – […] More

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    Review: Archon Mfg Glock Compensator

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Having compensators on pistols is not exactly new. Competitors have been porting pistols for a very long time. Go look at any open division pistol in USPSA or IPSC. However, since the Roland Special came out, we have seen an increasing trend in compensators for Glocks. This has […] More

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