Rock River Arms Lar-15 Entry Tactical Rifle Review

Arguably, one “Big Dawg” is the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) special agent who is called on to go into harm’s way on a regular basis and does so worldwide. In 2002 and 2003, the DEA held selection trials, jointly conducted by members of both the FBI and DEA Firearms Training Units (FTU), as well as their armorers/gunsmiths. The request for bid went out to all manufacturers of ARs; some chose to respond, others did not. Rock River Arms, Inc. was …

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The Keltec-Tec Sub-2000 Folding Carbine Review

At last, a competitively priced carbine suitable for the average home user, one who doesn’t want to spend a green fortune adding a long gun to his/her home defense options. “Plastic” guns have proven their reliability and have carved a permanent niche in the market place. There are alternatives both below the lightweight polymer composite Sub 2000’s pricing and above it, some worse, some better. None (other than another Kel Tec product) fold up for easy and compact storage. So, if you are not a …

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Revisiting the Smith & Wesson Model 10 and the Colt Official Police | Two Classic “Cop Guns”

Revisiting the Smith & Wesson Model 10 and the Colt Official Police For the past two decades police depart­ments across the country have been relying on nothing but semi-automatic pistols made by Glock, Smith & Wesson, Sturm Ruger and Beretta, but for well over seventy years law enforcement officers carried .38 Special revolvers that came from the two biggest gun makers of the day, the Smith & Wesson Model 10, and the Colt Official Police. The Smith & Wesson Model …

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