Over the next few posts, I’ll share the top precision rifle products that caught my attention at SHOT Show 2018. It’s impossible to see everything at the show, but these are the items I noticed that I thought my readers might like to know about. The biggest standout product for me for SHOT Show 2018 ...
Most people take for granted the simple, yet effective firing mechanism of the Glock pistols. And to his credit, Gaston did design and build an incredibly robust system that is one of the few portions of the Generation 5 handguns that did not see significant changes. The cruciform, trigger, and disconnector, combined with the slide […]
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Companies tend to come in two flavors – those who expand across a wide array of products and those with razor-focus on their competencies. It would seem that Timney Triggers, which as the name implies is known for their triggers, is perhaps showing a glimmer of the former, having spent many years as the latter. […]
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Known for their triggers, handguards, and a variety of other high-speed products, Geissele has been a long-time favorite of the special operations community. With their SSF (Super Select Fire) trigger being in many a firearm, the company has been expanding their offerings based on feedback from those Tier-1 units. Responding to a USMC study that […]
Apex Tactical Specialties announced a number of new trigger products for handguns ahead of the NRA Annual Meetings in April. Two of these new kits were developed for combat pistols that were introduced earlier this year: the APX from Beretta and the M&P 2.0 from Smith & Wesson. Let’s take a look at these new […]
Big Green has gotten a small amount of good news; a U.S. District Judge Ortrie Smith has approved Remington’s Settlement Agreement with the aggrieved Remington 700 trigger class. As with similar class action lawsuits, the lawyers win big. According to the opinion, the lawyers will get over $12.5 million for their fees with class representatives […]
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Lone Wolf Distributors, one of the original and possibly the ultimate authority on aftermarket Glock components, has quietly introduced color options on their “Ultimate Adjustable Trigger”. Originally released in bare aluminum silver color only, the new colors are a welcome addition to anyone like myself who enjoys shooting custom firearms. Color plays a major role […]
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Fortunately for us shooters, there is a veritable plethora of fantastic (and not so fantastic) triggers available for the AR platform. From single-stage, double-stage, assisted reset, and multi-modal bang switches, shooters can customize their weapon to match their needs exactly. Unfortunately, many of those options are rather expensive, especially as features are added. In some cases, […]
I love YouTube. Yes, one can get distracted by a wide variety of cat videos, but for the firearms enthusiast, its a veritable cornucopia of information. Videos exist for “Forgotten Weapons” (a channel that I strongly recommend that one subscribes to), and full overviews like we did a few days ago with the PSG-1, which our […]