Sig Sauer just dropped a new version of their poplar Romeo red dot, the Romeo 4XT Pro, which uses a single AAA battery rather than the tougher-to-find (especially in remote areas) CR2032 which is standard on other models.
Beretta-owned Swedish-headquartered Norma is launching a $60 million factory project in Georgia that should bring an estimated 600 jobs to the area, while Italy’s Fiocchi is growing its operations in Arkansas with a $41.5 million/120-job ammo primer plant.
G-force Arms, a Nevada-based importer of budget shotguns from Turkey, is now bringing in a new line of “tactical” lever action .410s dubbed the Huckleberry.
Vang Comp has introduced a "no frills" Mossberg 590A1 variant, the Vang Comp Model 764, which adds a light-ready Tri-Rail forend, ghost ring sights, and (of course) Vang's legendary compensated 18-inch heavy-walled shotgun barrel.
Well, it turns out that the promised "Red Wave" tsunami of Republican candidates sweeping to office in this month's mid-term election cycle ran out of steam just shortly past the high tide mark, so expect the next two years to continue to roll on in a dysfunctional fashion.
Timney are moving into the HK MP5 space with a two-stage (two-pound first stage, two-pound second stage) "no gunsmith required" drop-in trigger for semi-auto variants of the ubiquitous German room broom.
The newest entry to the list of cool, minimal takedown rimfire rifles is the new Savage A22 Takedown.
S&W’s new Equalizer builds on the EZ empire but brings with it the double-stack Shield Plus grip width and magazine footprint, you now get an easy-to-rack, optics-ready pistol that accepts 10+1, 13+1, or 15+1 mags.
Texas-based Staccato has announced the new CS pistol, a 16+1 capacity 9mm single-action 2011-style pistol, that trims their "carry" sized 2011 Commander down from a 3.9-inch barrel to a more Officer-sized 3.5-inch.
Something like one out of every seven FALs produced was actually made by FN, and most were scrapped post Cold War. That's why it is big news that FN recently found 400 1980s-vintage late-production FAL M1 and M2 models in their Liege warehouses.