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LaserLyte Kryptonyte Gun Sight K-15

LaserLyte's Kryptonyte Gun Sight K-15 is something of an anomaly for a stand-alone laser sight.

Remington R-15 VTR Series

A sound design is a sound design, regardless of its original purpose. And while Remington has a long history of adapting its renowned sporting firearms to tactical variants, Big Green takes a different path with its new R-15 VTR series, building excellent hunting rifles on the AR-15 platform.

Blackhawk Night Ops Xiphos NT

The Blackhawk Xiphos NT attaches easily to any Picatinny rail and weighs only 2.6 ounces. Its 65-lumen LED is protected by an impact-resistant and waterproof polymer case.

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.

SIG Sauer SIG556 Classic

The SIG556 resembled the SG551 LB, a carbine variant of the SG550 designed to accept a bayonet. While the SIG556 featured elements of its Swiss counterpart—such as a full-length gas piston system, pressed-steel upper receiver and similar overall configuration—it differed in some significant ways.

FNH SCAR

The FNH SCAR combines today's cutting-edge technology with a greater degree of modularity than previous battle rifles.

FNH-USA FS2000 Standard

Fabrique Nationale, through its U.S. subsidiary FNH-USA, is offering one of the most modern, innovative and frankly atypical applications of the "bullpup" design in its FS2000 rifle—a semi-automatic-only variant of the company's F2000 select-fire rifle.

FNH-USA FNAR

This new rifle, the FNAR, is a semi-automatic 7.62x51 mm precision rifle designed to offer great performance at a higher rate of fire than a comparable bolt-action rifle. The FNAR's designation, which stands for "FN Automatic Rifle," may at first seem to be a bit of a misnomer as it is a semi-automatic rifle, but it makes sense once you understand the basis of the design.

DPMS Panther LR-204

Hitting a small target at 500 yards may be lots of fun, but few rifles do it with the kind of consistency shooters demand. Those coming from DPMS Panther Arms are a rare exception though. One of its latest offerings is the Panther LR-204, which is chambered for .204 Ruger, a cartridge that's quickly becoming a staple with varmint hunters.

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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