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Para-Ordnance PXT 1911 SSP Gun Rights

For them, the field-proven, single-action 1911 is unquestionably the best self-defense handgun, and anything more than a few minor upgrades is simply unacceptable. This group will take stock in the Para-Ordnance 1911 SSP Gun Rights.

Walther PPS

To me, the Walther PPS looks like something from a James Bond movie. It's thin and compact, black and covert with a utilitarian, mean appearance.

Stoegar Cougar 8000

Check out the Stoeger Cougar 8000. It's a pistol with a little bit of history that has an MSRP of just $449.

Colt New Agent

A lack of sights might be the first thing you notice on this 1911 built for concealed carry, but fear not; it was built for point-shooting, and it fits that role perfectly.

DoubleStar 1911

The DoubleStar 1911 delivers match-grade performance, without the high cost commonly associated with custom 1911s.

PTR 91

The G3 based PTR 91 series represents a unique opportunity for U.S. consumers to purchase an unerringly accurate semi-automatic rendition of the famed H&K roller-locked rifle.

FNH PS90

As for civilians who like guns, it is functional and fun to shoot. There are those who cry practicality and need. Sure there are better guns for this and that, but the FNH PS90 is a marvel of design, fun and cool.

Tactical Rimfire Rifles

Regardless, tactical rimfires—semi-auto rifles designed for fast-action, high-volume shooting and made to resemble or emulate commonly used military firearms—are hot stuff. Translated to hillbilly, that means they're cool-lookin', fun-shootin' rifles.

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 […]

Barrett 98 Bravo

Pretty much every gun guy would love to own a Barrett .50 BMG rifle, but not everyone can afford one and some live in states, like California, that have banned the big boomer. Those of us who want a Barrett, but are not ready to step up to the .50 BMG, will fall in love with the company's latest rifle, the 98Bravo.

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