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Altamont Company NRA Logo 1911 Grips

Altamont Company has recently become an Official NRA Licensed Product manufacturer.

Product Preview: Slim Line Stocks

Scales and stocks made from G10 have become very popular options for knives and firearms, proving strong enough to retain their shape and structure even when pared down to slim dimensions.

Rifleman Q & A: What in the World is G10?

I have repeatedly seen the descriptor “G10” used in the magazine in reference to the stock panels on modern pistols. Obviously it has nothing to do with the group of countries involved in the Int’l Monetary Fund, so what, exactly, is G10?

Hogue Inc. Removes Dick's Sporting Goods as Authorized Dealer

Hogue Inc. has announced it stands with its industry partners and has removed Dick’s Sporting Goods and its subsidiary Field & Stream as an authorized dealer of Hogue Inc. products.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: VZ Grips Slim Line Stocks

American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach shares his insight after recently making the swap to VZ Grips Slim Line Stocks.

SHOT Show 2018: Colt Night Cobra Revolver

Colt has upgraded its Cobra revolver to include a front night sight, a bobbed hammer and G10 grips.

NRA Gun of the Week: Wilson Combat 92G Brigadier Tactical

American Rifleman's Christopher Olsen has a soft spot for the Beretta 92 that has been upgraded by WIlson Combat.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Happy New Year 2018

If you missed any of our NRA Gun Gear of the Week reviews from 2017, American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach has assembled a highlight reel. From our range to yours, we want to wish our friends a safe and happy holiday season, and we look forward to another year of guns and gear in 2018.

Colt Partners with VZ Grips

Colt, original manufacturer of the worlds most prolific pistol platform—the 1911, has announced it's partnership with VZ Grips Custom Gun Grips to create the Colt Signature Series line of genuine OEM G10 grips for Colt's legendary 1911 platform pistols.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Shield v. Shield—Recoil

Not willing to drill holes in his trusty Shield, Kurtenbach turns to Talon Grips for an alternative form of recoil management.

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