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New From Wilson Combat

Wilson Combat Announces Barrel Configurations for .308 Rifles

New Products from Magpul

Magpul announced several exciting new products yesterday. Here's a quick look at the new offerings.

Core15 Rifle Systems 2012 SHOT Show Lineup

Core15 Rifle Systems & Bluegrass Armory will be attending the upcoming SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada to debut their new rifle models and accessory products for 2012.

Colt Introduces Multi-Caliber LE901-16S

Colt Defense LLC, one of the world's leading designers, developers, and manufacturers of rifles and carbines, will bring to market the highly anticipated LE901-16S modular, multi-caliber rifle.

Aimpoint Comp M4-3X Mag

Aimpoint's new CompM4 sight combined with its 3XMag magnification module adds a great deal of versatility to a rifle platform. Though primarily intended for AR-type rifles, adapters from Fulton Armory and LaRue Tactical allow it to work on this Springfield Armory SOCOM II very well.

Nikon 5.5-16.5×44 mm AO Monarch UCC

Nikon's BDC reticle is available in a number of the company's most popular riflescopes, including the Monarch, SlugHunter, Buckmasters, Team Realtree and ProStaff. The system is not only well designed and easy to use, there are no batteries required.

6.5 Grendel

The perfect AR is a mythical creature, but the new 6.5 mm Grendel and Alexander Arms rifles are for real.

Savage Model 10 FCM Scout

A look through the Savage catalog reveals no less than 80-some bolt-action, centerfire rifle variations, along with more than 20 “package” guns that come with a pre-mounted scope. That kind of variety is on par with the lineup of any firearms manufacturer in the industry, and it’s better than many. To top it off, Savage […]

SIG Sauer's Civilian SG550

Like many successful firearm designs, the story of the military-inspired SIG Sauer 556 is fraught with trial and error, and was nearly a century in the making.

Springfield SOCOM 16

Springfield Armory sought out to further improve upon the idea within its own well-established M1A product, and the SOCOM 16 was born. The most obvious change came with the shortened 16-inch barrel, giving the SOCOM a decidedly tactical look and feel.

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