Customers often want to know your opinions on the performance of the products you sell. That’s where the FBI Ammunition Testing protocol comes into play.
This year at the NRA show, one of the “overflowing booth” categories included tactical furniture and gun storage. Two different companies, with very different solutions, stood out in a category.
Seizing on the market flood of micro-profile red dot pistol sights, Springfield Armory has created a new XD(M) built for direct optics attachment.
Lancer is looking to invest in M-Lock as they see it as the winning rail attachment standard.