Federal Cuts The Price of a Box of Ammo with their new LitePak !!…!
Federal slashed the price of a box of ammo with an exciting industry innovation. In the case of the 30 Super Carry, what was once a $39.95 box of ammo is now priced at just $29.95!!…!
In the words of Federal’s CEO and Lunchroom Monitor Third Class Larry Storch, “We are very proud of what we have done for the industry and our investors. In the case of the 30 Super Carry, the new LitePak meets three objectives; makes a box of ammo affordable and highly profitable while introducing a cartridge with fatality reducing potential”.
Colt Manufacturing Debuts It Newest For 2023
After Colt’s acquisition in 2021 by the Czech Republic’s Ceská Zbrojovka Group SE, people became concerned when the plans for a new Colt Arkansas facility were scrubbed. Would Colt continue its 147 year tradition as an American firearm? It was rumored that CZ purchased Colt solely to participate in U.S. military and police contracts by claiming status as a U.S. company?
Our collective minds were put at ease by CZ’s CZO, EZPZO Rudolf Hrušínský, “We are totally committed to the Colt brand and its American heritage”. Above, the new CZ – Colt 2023 1911 Commander.
RemArms has announced its new Model 700 Alpha I platform with its thirtieth press release expressing product availability in a future tense. The Alpha 1 falls into the work in progress queue behind the Model 870 shotgun, the Model 700 centerfire rifle, the Model Seven short action rifle, and the 1911R Auto Loading pistol line up… and the Ilion, NY facility and workforce.
According to Michael Gary Scott, RemArms Social Media Influencer and Facilities Manager – First Floor, “We’ve been so busy writing press releases and giving away prototype firearms to the press for favorable coverage, we haven’t even had time to consider production. But soon. Very, very… very soon. Honest”.
The S&W Extender… Firearm Fluidity
“It’s a Snubbee! No, wait, it’s a Longee. It can be anything you want it to be!…!!”, said enthused Bartholomew Cubbins, S&W’s V.P. of Making Disturbing Versions Of Classic Firearms and Social Media Twitter Bot.”You can buy a Snubbee then, if you change your mind, you can buy accessory Extendo-Pods, build up a long barrel, and transition to a Longee”.
The New Ruger XXX Frame
|Manufacturer||Ruger, Newport, NH, ‘Merica
|Type Action||Triple/Double/Single Action Revolver|
|Caliber||454 Casull + 450RG + 22 Short*
|Capacity||10 3 Minute Rounds|
|Weight – Actual||22.0 Lbs|
|Trigger Pull DA/SA||22.5 Lbs. 10 Oz. / 3 Lbs. 8 Oz. / 1 Lbs. 6 Oz.|
|Grip Construction||Black Rubber / Spalted Cacti Inserts|
|Hardware||Heat treated Liquid Cooled Osmium|
|Front Sight||Green Fiber Optic – Dovetail Mount|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable W/E with Auto Cross Wind Crab
|Increment of Adjustment||3/4″ @ 250 Yards|
|* Requires chamber inserts and electric socks, sold separately
December 17, 2022 – Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia. Ruger introduced the first in their new series of XXX frame double action revolvers. The first chambered for the 454 Casull. “It looks like a ten shot 22 LR, but those 454 Casull chambers are just dwarfed by the mass of the new XXX Frame GP10000. It makes the Super Redhawk look like a pocket pistol”, effused Mark “Kubota” Fobisher, Ruger’s VP of Product Bundling and Campus Cycling Safety. Below, the ten shot 454 Casull Triple X.
Above, the new XXX Frame GP 10000 positioned above a standard GP100 357 Mag . “Sure, there are some tradeoffs to be expected with a 10 shot 454 Casull revolver”, speculated Kubota, “but we feel, with the right holster, the Triple X makes for an ideal concealed carry piece and still can provide hellaciously illuminating home defense”.
Merry Christmas 2022
Christmas has a way of bringing life into focus and drowns out some of that chaos that surrounds us, but is not of our doing.
The weather has been seasonally moderate the past few weeks. Snow has kept to a dusting and temperatures cycle from 20°F to 48°F.
Family will be visiting. So nice of them to travel far to be here. I’ve missed them. The last time I saw them was early fall, when I drove down to Texas as a cure for being… fidgety.
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Merry Christmas, Peace On Earth and Good Will to all. Sincere best wishes for the coming new year!
Joe D’Alessandro, Editor – Real Guns®