Sig P938 Stand


Sig Sauer just released a new P938, the P938 Stand

Details from Sig:

STAND AND SUPPORT: Introducing the special edition P938 STAND. Show your unwavering support for the flag and for America’s National Anthem with this special commemorative edition. With its stars and stripes engraved slide and custom grips with embedded flag medallion, you’ll proudly share in our support for America’s troops and first responders. Continue reading

New Nighthawk Custom Ladyhawk 2.0


Just released from Nighthawk!

Nighthawk Custom, is pleased to announce its first of several new models for 2018, by revamping the top selling Ladyhawk line. The new Ladyhawk 2.0 is the first major upgrade to this series of pistols. The slim framed commander sized gun has been a huge hit with women who desire high quality handguns designed for smaller hands. Continue reading

New Springfield M1A Additions in 6.5 Creedmoor

We’ve seen the growth of 6.5 Creedmoor with new releases from varying manufacturers throughout the industry. We saw quite a few bolt action rifles being released early with the Ruger Precision Rifle really drawing attention to the caliber due to its modularity and price point.

Quite a few AR manufacturers jumped on the 6.5 train and now Springfield Armory has announced the release of three new M1A models chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor.

Three new models are being released. The three rifles are very similar with the primary difference being the stock. All three have a 22″ stainless steel national match medium weight barrel, 2 stage trigger, California muzzle break and 10rd magazine.

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Sig’s 2018 Discontinuations

We just received the list of items Sig is marking as discontinued. In the past we’ve seen items that had previously been flagged as discontinued still available for months (a couple items were available for order for about a year). How long we’ll still be able to get these is unknown but they will probably not be available for terribly long.

For some of these models I expect we’ll see some upgraded similar versions coming in 2018. Continue reading