Anarchy Outdoors Upgrade Kit

Preview: Anarchy Outdoors Upgrade Kit

Anarchy Outdoors, previously known primarily for innovative precision rifle components, has introduced several new handgun products—many of which can be bundled together in one of the company’s Upgrade Kits.

Heckler & Koch's USP Tactical: The Wiley Clapp Review

The USP Tactical is a big, raw-boned brute of a sidearm. It sits big in your hand and takes a fat magazine of those chunky cartridges that Americans have been using for almost a century. An accurate pistol with subtly effective lockwork, this H&K is a pistol that I can recommend to you.

NRA Gun Of The Week: H&K SL8-6

On this Gun of the Week preview video, the American Rifleman staff examines the Heckler & Koch SL8-6, an import-legal version of the iconic G36 geared toward precision-shooting.

10 More Little-Known Facts About Mausers

Here are ten more little known facts about Mauser, its rifles, along with its other products and random facts related to the company.

H&K’s SL8: A G36 For American Sport Shooters

Despite concessions required to make it conform to misguided American legislation governing imported semi-automatic rifles, Heckler & Koch’s SL8-6 preserves the essence of Germany’s most distinctive modern tactical rifle: the vaunted G36.

The HK416: Heckler & Koch's Improved Fighting Rifle

The firearm’s most famous appearance to date was likely 2011 with SEAL Team 6, when Osama bin Laden’s compound was successfully raided.

New For 2022: Heckler & Koch VP9SK OR

New for 2022, Heckler & Koch releases a new optic ready version of its subcompact 9 mm polymer-framed handgun design, the VP9Sk OR.

First Look: Magpul SL Stock For HK94/MP5

Magpul introduces a new telescoping stock option for Heckler & Koch's HK94, MP5 and other clones, the Magpul HK94/MP5 SL Stock, which blends traditional aesthetics with modern functionality. 

10 Hot New Handguns For 2022

Handguns continue to be hot commodities, and 2022 is no different. Here are 10 new models we've seen out this year.

The Heckler & Koch XM8: A Look Back

The XM8 system grew out of the U.S. Army’s XM29 program in search of a successor to the in-service M4, and here is a behind-the-scenes look at Heckler & Koch's configurable system.

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