Using the same quick-detach system as the company’s Sandman-S and L suppressors, the Dead Air Pyro is an enhanced muzzle brake that can be installed with one hand in seconds. Affixing to either Dead Air’s flash hider or keymount muzzle brake, the Pyro further reduces recoil while dampening the outward blast that is typical of standard muzzle brakes. Price: $250. Contact: Dead Air Armament; (877) 892-7544; deadairsilencers.com.
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Henry Repeating Arms continues to contribute cash donations to veterans organizations, with more than $325,000 in donations this year alone.
Smith & Wesson has unveiled a new addition to its metal-framed lineup of M&P9 M2.0 pistols with the Competitor, a competition-ready option from Smith & Wesson's Performance Center.
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