The FK Brno PSD fires the mean 7.5FK cartridge and can also shoot 9mm, 10mm, and 40S&W. A conversion kit gives the buyer an option for what package the gun will be configured with when ordered from the factory. The FK BRNO PSD is single-action-only pistol and sizable due to ... Read more
Anyone who has played a first person shooter video game or watched an action movie in the last decade can easily recognize the FN P90. The gun is bullpup style firearm designated as a personal defense weapon chambered in 5.7×28mm. Created in response to NATO requests for a replacement for ... Read more
The Glock 17 is one of the most iconic and widely recognized pistols in the world. Introduced in 1982, Glock has produced more than 5 million model 17 pistols and is the standard among many law enforcement agencies in the United States. Though newer generations of the Glock 17 have ... Read more
The Manurhin MR73 series of revolvers was developed specifically for the requirements of the French Gendarmerie and special service units of the French Police and Military. With a history and tradition of fine gun making behind them, the Manurhin series of Revolvers is truly world-class.
The Manurhin MR73 is one of ... Read more
At the time of its invention more than 80 years ago, the PPK inspired an entirely new category in the firearm industry: the concealed carry pistol. To fill the need for performance in a concealable package, Walther revolutionized the industry with a pistol that was designed to bring undercover officers ... Read more
The American made AR-15 rifle is a pillar of the gun industry, it is one of the most popular rifles for consumers and lodged into American culture as a symbol of freedom and prestige. The AR-15 was developed in the late 1950s as a civilian weapon by Eugene Stoner. Revolutionary ... Read more
The Sporting Purpose Automatic Shotgun, more commonly known as the SPAS-12, was introduced in 1979 by Franchi and ceased producing it in 1999. However, importation of the SPAS-12 into the United States ceased in 1994 under the Federal Assault Weapons ban because of the folding stock and semi-automatic capability.
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The Heckler & Koch P7 is one of the most coveted and valued pistols within its inventory of legendary handguns. Billed as “the best combat pistol” on the market at the time, the P7 is no longer manufactured which has in turn lead its’ value to climb since its’ ... Read more
Thanks to its loyal following among target shooters, the AR-15 is a pillar of the gun industry, one of the most popular rifles for consumers and lodged into American culture. The AR-15 was developed in the late 1950s as a civilian weapon by Eugene Stoner. Revolutionary for its lightweight, easy ... Read more
By James Martineau,
Among the panoply of firearms manufacturers behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War Era was Zastava. Zastava Arms is known as a Serbian arms manufacturer that supplied arms to the Yugoslav government during the Cold War. Today, Zastava makes rifles for not only military and Law Enforcement ... Read more
The legendary Colt 1911 semi-automatic pistol, a design that’s more than 100 years old, served the United States Military from 1911 to 1985. The 1911 pistol remains a pillar of the firearms industry and given its enduring popularity among law enforcement and civilian shooters worldwide, it’s likely to hold its ... Read more
The Fusil Automatique Léger or commonly known as the FAL, produced initially by manufacturer FN, is a battle rifle that many NATO countries adopted during the Cold War. The FAL has been described as the “Right Arm of the Free World,” and has been adopted by more than 90 nations ... Read more
Nighthawk Custom, makers of one of the of the world’s finest 1911 pistols, has earned solidified its reputation over the years.
Every part used in Nighthawk Custom 1911 pistols have been fully machined from bar stock billet steel and are oversized to later be hand fit. Starting with oversized, raw parts, ... Read more
By James Martineau,
In the 1970s, the stockpiles of sidearms in the US military were beginning to wear out and it became clear that a replacement would be needed. This combined with the inefficiency of the Air Force having 25 different handguns in its inventory obliged the U.S. Congress to encourage ... Read more
By James Martineau,
Born from the ashes of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, firearms manufacturing in the Czech Republic has established a standard of excellence few other nations can match. While notably led by Česká Zbrojovka, other manufacturers such as Czech Small Arms, Laugo Arms and FK BRNO have made outstanding firearms in ... Read more
By James Martinreau,
With the introduction of the Type 4 AKM receiver, the Soviet Union required its satellite states to produce their own variants of the AKM. In response, Cugir Arms Factory of Romania designed the PM model 63/65. This rifle continues to serve in the Romanian military after decades of ... Read more