Cugir Micro Draco: When Small Isn’t Small Enough

The Cugir Micro Draco, with its 6.25-inch-long barrel, is the smallest AK pistol on the market. Made in Cugir, Romania just like the WASR-10 rifle and standard Draco pistol, the Micro Draco is of the same quality as its bigger brothers. The post Cugir Micro Draco: When Small Isn’t Small Enough appeared first on Gun Digest. Tactical Guns | Firearm Reviews

Smith & Wesson Brands, Inc. To Host Analyst Day

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. , June 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Smith & Wesson Brands, Inc. (NASDAQ Global Select Market: SWBI), a U.S.-based leader in firearm manufacturing and design, today announced that it will be hosting an analyst day on June 18, 2021 . Mark Smith , President and Chief ExecutiveSmith & Wesson News Releases

Best Sniper Rifle Options Available Today (2021)

Updated 7/29/2021 Looking for the best sniper rifle there is? Here are the ones you should be looking at. What are the best precison long-range rifles available today: Barrett MRAD IWI USA DAN Barrett M107A1 Knight’s Armament M110 SASS Savage Model 10 GRS Ruger Precision Rifle FN Ballista Kimber Advanced Tactical SOC II Tikka T3x […] The post Best Sniper Rifle Options Available Today (2021) appeared first on Gun Digest. Tactical Guns | Firearm Reviews

ATF Announces Roll-Out of New E-Form 4 Platform

ATF Announces Roll-Out of New E-Form 4 Platform December 22, 2021 PMiller Historically, theGovernment and technological advancement do not seem like they should go together. However, recent events with the ATF seem to (finally) belie this somewhat. The BATFE has announced they are rolling out a new E-Form 4 platform, one specifically hoping to modernize how Form 4 submissions are handled. In preparation for the new platform cog online, the ATF stated that they will need to take the current platform down from Friday, December 17 through the morning of the roll-out Tuesday, December 21. During that time, the E-Forms would be unavailable, for obvious reasons. It doesn’t matter what kind of can you want (or how many), the “proper” NFA mandated forms must be completed. True to some expectations, on Monday, December 20, the ATF announced the delay in the roll-out of the new E-Form 4 platform […]

American Gun: Diversity of Owner, Commonality of Culture

American Gun: Diversity of Owner, Commonality of Culture Home American Gun: Diversity of Owner, Commonality of Culture May 12, 2022 As 2021 draws to a close, we’re taking a look back at the American Gun video series that we started in July. Each month we’ve added a new video, each featuring an American gun owner. We spoke with individuals from all walks of life with a wide array of reasons for firearm ownership. Each of them is different to a varying degree, as are the firearms they own and sometimes carry. But there are many commonalities as well. The SilencerCo American Gun series illustrates and celebrates the commonality and that great diversity. It’s an intimate look at the foundation of American Freedom and those who support the Second Amendment—with a focus on the right to bear arms and a view of the vast range of people who choose to do […]

The Home Defense Suppressor — Yea (Yay!) or Nay

The Home Defense Suppressor — Yea (Yay!) or Nay January 16, 2022 Travis Pike Of all the accessories you can attach to your weapon, the suppressor or silencer might be the most controversial. They have an interesting legal status as NFA items but they have never been more popular. Well, I mean, since the NFA became a thing. Today we are pondering a couple of questions. Do suppressors belong on self-defense firearms? If so, what priority should they hold? What’s the deal with a home defense suppressor? In general, suppressors rule. They make firearms much more comfortable to shoot, are a ton of fun, and should have the same regulation as a pair of earmuffs. I love shooting suppressed. In fact, I have a hard time going back to standard shooting after playing with cans. While suppressors can be extremely handy, are they the right tool for the home defense […]