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GSM Outdoors Acquires SOG Specialty Knives

GSM Outdoors, which owns several well known firms including Cold Steel, TruGlo and Birchwood Casey, announced that it has now acquired ownership of SOG Specialty Knives.

Ruger GP100: A Revolver Built For Durability

First released in 1985, the Ruger GP100 revolver line is available in several different calibers and lengths, and is still a popular double- and single-action option today.

Survey Indicates Millions Of New Gun Owners, Changing Demographics

Based off of data from the FBI’s National Instant Background Check System, the National Shooting Sports Foundation estimates that there were 14 million new firearm owners who made their first purchase over the past two years.

Federal Premium: A Century Of Ammunition Production

Federal has been a name in American ammunition production for a century, and today, it is still turning out ammunition for the American sportsman.

January NICS Numbers Highlight Possible 'New Normal'

Gun sales continue to decline in 2022 compared to the sales experienced a year ago at the same time, but is still expected to remain above 2019 sales figures in what is being called the "new normal."

The CZ-75: A Czech Classic

First introduced in 1975, the CZ 75 made by Česká zbrojovka is a feature-filled, full-metal frame pistol line that is still widely popular today.

Vortex Selected To Produce Army NGSW Fire Control Optic

Vortex Optics has been selected by the U.S. Army to produce its XM157 low-powered variable optic as the Next Generation Squad Weapons-Fire Control system.

Smith & Wesson: A Classic Name In American Firearms

First started in 1852, the company founded by partners Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson has a storied place in American firearm history and is still one of the premier American firearm manufacturers today.

Remington Cutlery Relaunches

Remington has announced that its line of cutlery has been reintroduced, and will soon be available for purchase in-store or on the company's website.

The APX: Beretta's 21st Century Service Sidearm

Originally conceived and designed to the requirements of the U.S. Army's Modular Handgun System competition, the Beretta APX line is now a popular striker fired, polymer-framed pistol design on the civilian market.

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