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  1. The NCAA’s March Madness is upon us, captivating basketball fans everywhere, while simultaneously brining work productivity to a screeching halt offices across the country. In that spirit, there’s no reason shooters shouldn’t have a little fun too. Lucky for us, Remington launched a cool little contest recently, called Remington Madness. Pick the winners, get a shot at winning a gun. RELATED STORY FIRST LOOK: Remington Model 870 Express Tactical Side Folder Play Remington Madness In an interesting twist, much like you NCAA Tournament, your favorite has to survive and advance each round to move on. To play, reply to the Remington Madness post on the company’s Facebook page. Using the corresponding numbers in the bracket, or seeds for basketball fans, vote that number to pick your winner to advance. For example, if you want the V3 Turkey Pro over the Versa Max Synthetic, type “1” in your comment. Then follow that up with your picks for the remaining matchups, eight total, in Round 1. Voting for Round 1 ends Sunday at 11:59 PM CST. That’s when Remington will tally the votes. Additionally, Round 2 voting opens Thursday. Meanwhile, Final Four voting takes place the weekend of April 5. Finally, Championship Monday takes place on April 8. Now here’s the coolest part, at the end of the tournament, Remington plans to raffle off the winning gun. So just the like the basketball brackets, now it’s strategy time. Pick your favorites, or pick the guns you think will advance. Or maybe just pick the gun you don’t have, just so you will have a chance to win it. To play Remington Madness, check out the bracket and rules in the #remingtonmadness post. Also, for fun, check out our picks in the photo. Based on a combination of functionality, design, and history, the Wingmaster takes the title in our bracket this year. That’s pretty much akin to picking a blue blood like Kentucky to win it all in the basketball bracket. And yes, our editor did that too. The post Play Remington Madness to Win a Free Gun From Remington appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  2. Las Vegas PD recently shot and stopped an armed burglary suspect who attempted to draw on officers. Moreover, officer body cam footage captured the entire scene unfold. RELATED STORY WATCH: Columbus Police Diffuse Tense Suicide By Cop Incident Las Vegas PD Responds On March 16 around 9:30 p.m. officers responded to a burglary call near Eastern Avenue and Robindale. Police say 20-year-old Steven Aguirre is suspected of robbing an Auto Zone at gunpoint, then fleeing the area on foot,” reported ktnv.com. Footage shows responding officers, with pistols drawn, demand the suspect to stand down. Footage clearly shows officers shout to the suspect several times “keep your hands up” and “let me see your hands.” As the suspect moves slowly toward officers with his hands held high, a pistol in a strong-side holster is visible. The suspect appears to be complying, slowly advancing, then turning around and dropping to his knees with his hands above his head. However, that’s when Aguirre makes his move, reaching for his sidearm. But a Las Vegas Police officer immediately identifies the threat, and engages with one shot into the suspect’s leg. Officers then immediately move in and secure the suspect, placing him in handcuffs. Moreover, officers rendered first-aid and called for medical assistance. Authorities transported Aguirre to Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Las Vegas Police is holding the suspect on $100,000 bail, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The post WATCH: Las Vegas PD Shoot Suspect Who Goes for Gun appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  3. RELATED STORY SIG Sauer M18 Sets New Standard for Army MHS Reliability Testing SIG Sauer recently announced that Team SIG shooter, U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Daniel Horner, claimed multiple first place finishes at the 2019 U.S. Army Small Arms Championship. Moreover, the event, hosted by the Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU), Horner’s former unit, took place at Fort Benning, Georgia. Horner placed first in the Multi-Gun Competition, National Match Rifle Course of Fire and took the Overall Individual Match Champion. Horner also competed as a member of the Army Reserves Career Division (ARCD) Team that won the Overall Team Championship. The All Army Championship is week of non-stop, sun-up to sun-down competition of 400 scored rounds using U.S. Army issued equipment, including the U.S. Army’s M17 pistol. Additionally, the competition is only open to Active Army, Army Reserves, U.S. Army National Guard, Military Academy, College ROTC Cadets, and OCS candidates. Further, Horner is currently enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserves. “Daniel’s win at the 2019 All Army Championship is a very meaningful win on many fronts,” began Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “First, this was Daniel’s first win to kick-off his 2019 competitive shooting season for Team SIG, and we are very proud of his accomplishment. Second, this was the first issuing of the M17 pistol by the Army for competition, and to have Daniel, shooting on behalf of the US. Army Reserves, win using the issued M17 pistol, makes it a very memorable win that will certainly be marked in SIG’s history.” Horner Dominates With M17 Pistol To claim his multiple first places finishes Horner fired the National Match Course of Fire for both pistol and rifle competition, multiple team and individual matches, and the culminating event of multi-gun competition, designed to simulate combat-style shooting on a course of fire that is weighted for both accuracy and speed. Finally, pistol shots were fired at targets from 7-50 yards using the M17 pistol, and rifle shots were fired from 7-500 yards. “The 2019 All Army Championship was an extremely challenging competition that tested both my shooting skills and my endurance. It was an honor to be one of the first competitors to run the U.S. Army’s newly issued M17 pistol in competition, and it was very satisfying to use it to win the match,” added Daniel Horner, Team SIG professional shooter . “The pistol ran absolutely flawlessly and was extremely accurate. Everyone on my team commented that they shot better with the M17, and that the pistols performance contributed to our victory. I also utilized the 21-round magazines to gain an advantage over the handful of competitors that were still using the M9 pistol which definitely worked in my favor.” Above all, Horner is widely regraded as the top 3-Gun competitor in the world. Moreover, he’s the winner of four 3-Gun Nation Championships, several USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals and countless other national titles. Horner attained those titles as a member of the vaunted AMU. Meanwhile, last year Horner transitioned into the Army Reserves and signed on with Team SIG To learn more about the M17 pistol used by Horner in competition, and view the features of the civilian version of the U.S. Army’s M17 pistol, the P320-M17, visit sigsasuer.com. The post WATCH: Daniel Horner Wins All-Army Championship with M17 Pistol appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  4. Legacy Sports International recently announced its newest shotgun variant, the Pointer Phenoma in .410 gauge. Moreover, the semi-automatic shotgun is designed as a hunting gun for adults and kids alike. RELATED STORY FIRST LOOK: Legacy Sports Pointer Phenoma Semi-Auto Shotgun Pointer Phenoma .410 Features Firstly, the Pointer Phenoma .410 excels hunting dove, quail, grouse, rabbit, squirrel, and more with its light, fast swing and quick reloads, according to Legacy Sports International. Meanwhile, turkey hunters using the .410 Federal TSS turkey ammo will appreciate the Phenoma in .410 as well. Meanwhile, the .410 platform comes in an assortment of styles ranging from black synthetic to a classic Turkish Walnut. Additionally, receiver finish options include Cerakote accented in gray or bronze, along with Mossy Oak Bottomland and Realtree Original Cerakote finishes, both readily available for upcoming turkey seasons. Further, the Pointer Phenoma comes standard with five chokes in the box, along with fiber-optic front sights and a gas-operated cycling system. Moreover, a single-round magazine cut off, Duratouch finish and vent rib round out the package. Also, all Pointer Phenoma models feature compatibility with Beretta/Benelli Mobil Style chokes. For more information, visit legacysports.com. Legacy Sports International Pointer Phenoma .410 Chamber: .410 bore, 2 ¾-inch and 3-inch loads Chrome Lined 28-inch barrel Raised ventilated rib Overall Length of Pull: 14 inches Overall Barrel Length: 28 inches Textured grip and forearm Rubber buttpad Extended modified choke (MC-5) Fiber-optic red front sight MSRP: $529 The post FIRST LOOK: Pointer Phenoma .410 Gauge Semi-Auto appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  5. Rise Armament recently announced a new partnership with Eagle OPS Foundation. Moreover, the partnership supports veterans through a variety of programs. RELATED STORY Kiefer Police Department Selects Rise Armament Watchman SBR Getting Veterans on the Range Rise Armament’s primary involvement with the organization is through the Eagle OPS Freedom Shoots. Additionally, Rise sent five Watchman rifles to the shoot. At each Freedom Shoot, 10 veterans and/or service members participate in timed shooting competitions. Further, at the end of the shoot, the competitor with the best time receives a prize. Then that shooter is eligible to compete in a championship event in November. Also, Freedom Shoots take place monthly in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Eagle OPS encourages active duty, reservists, veterans, families and all patriots to come to the Freedom Shoots. Freedom Shoots offer friendly competition. But more importantly, they provide veterans and other attendees an opportunity to build relationships and ease the difficult transition of returning home from active duty. Further, the events conclude with a discussion about how the group can reach more veterans. Finally, they work to build on the Eagle OPS mission of “connecting relationships and resources to bring our heroes home.” “At RISE Armament, we have a great passion and desire to support our veterans in as many ways as possible,” stated Matt Torres, president of RISE Armament. “It was a simple decision to assist the Eagle OPS Foundation and their mission to support the transition veterans make when returning home.” Eagle OPS Foundation Johnathon Shepherd, founding partner of Eagle OPS adds: “The Eagle OPS Foundation understands that we cannot accomplish our mission of bringing our heroes home by ourselves. This is why we are very happy to welcome the partnership with RISE Armament. RISE Armament is the perfect partner for our Eagle OPS Freedom Shoots, and they are a model for all companies in being true difference-makers in the many veteran organizations they support.” Eagle OPS began in 2016 as an outreach program found by Shepherd, a U.S. Marine, and his wife Jessica. Additionally, it started with a desire to give their business greater purpose and to fulfill their aspirations to be difference-makers in the veteran community. Also, they accomplish this through volunteering, event participation, fundraising and connecting veterans to the many resources available through the veteran service organizations in their communities. Meanwhile, in 2018, the Shepherds joined forces with friend and fellow Marine Stacy Hester. Together they co-founded Eagle OPS Foundation to more effectively impact the community. For more information, visit eagleops.org. The post RISE Armament Partners with Eagle OPS Foundation appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  6. Italian Firearms Group recently announced the return of the Defiant Limited Pro to the American market. Moreover, the FT Italia-produced competition handgun is built for high level competition. RELATED STORY FIRST LOOK: Italian Firearms Group Defiant Stock I The re-introduced Defiant Limited Pro brings one change in 2019, as it now comes in both large- and small-frame models. Additionally, the Double/Single Action Limited Pro meets IPSC Production Class specifications. The Limited Pro features a hard chrome finish, squared trigger guard and checkering on the front and back fo the frame, for better grip, according to IFG. Meanwhile, the pistol barrel utilizes polygonal rifling for greater accuracy. Further, large slide serrations encourage positive manipulation of the pistol. The basic design the Defiant Limited Pro is derived from the CZ 75 pistol, the Czech semi-automatic that’s spawned an estimated one million offspring. Also, mechanically, one important facet of the CZ 75 design is its internal slide rails, which enables the pistol to run cleaner, according to IFG. The CZ 75 slide rides on cuts inside the frame, unlike most semi-autos—including 1911’s—where the pistol’s slide rides outside of the frame, according to IFG. The Limited Pro’s Custom Magazine Release is easily reversed by the user. Additionally, walnut checkered grips, a fully adjustable rear Supersight and interchangeable front sight, and a custom safety are standard features. Also, the pistol is available in 9MM, .38 Super, .40 S&W, 10MM and .45 ACP. For more information, visit italianfirearmsgroup.com. Italian Firearms Group Defiant Limited Pro Specifications Frame: Steel Slide: Steel with Hard Chrome Finish Overall Weight: 42 oz. Barrel: Polygonal Rifling Overall Barrel Length: 4.8″ Overall Length: 8.7″ Small Frame; 8.8″ Large Frame Small Frame Overall Capacity: 9mm-16; .40 S&W-12 Large Frame Overall Capacity: 9mm-17; .40 S&W-14; .38 Sup.-17; 10mm Auto-13; .45 ACP-10 Sights: Adjustable Rear Supersight; Interchangeable Front Sights Action: Double/Single Safety: Extended Manual Safety on Frame MSRP: $1,375 The post FIRST LOOK: IFG Defiant Limited Pro Competition Pistol appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  7. Remington recently announced its newest version of the company’s most famous pump gun, the 870 Express Tactical Side Folder. Moreover, the new model compacts down to less that a foot in length when folded, remarkable for stowing and packing. RELATED STORY Connecticut Supreme Court: Remington Can Be Sued For Sandy Hook Remington claims it designed the side-folding model with shooter comfort and usability in mind. Further, the platform still offers the distinct advantage of making the gun easier to transport and store, according to Remington. Also, the overall length reduces down to 11 inches in the folded position. Remington Model 870 Express Tactical Side Folder Features The shotgun includes a Remchoke barrel with an overall length of 18.5 inches. Additionally, the threaded barrel accepts Remchokes so users can choose to fit specific applications. The Tapco AK Pattern pistol grip delivers comfort and configurability. Meanwhile, the stock folks on the right side for stowing and portability. Also, a soft touch cheekpiece delivers adjustability depending on sight heights. A Supercell recoil pad and adjustable length of pull kit increase versatility. The forend includes a hand strap and positive hand stops. Also, the forend adds greater versatility via an M-LOK attachment system for the attachment of lights or other accessories. Additionally, the shotgun’s magazine features an overall capacity of 6+1. The 870 series shotgun features a drilled and tapped receiver for mounting optics. Meanwhile, a threaded in front sight bead delivers a traditional sighting system. Finally, QD cup attachment points round out this svelte, compact tactical package. The 870 Side Folder starts at $569. For more information, visit remington.com. The post FIRST LOOK: Remington Model 870 Express Tactical Side Folder appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  8. Beretta recently announced the debut of its newest pistol variant, the 92X Performance. Moreover, Beretta designed the new model specifically for practical pistol competition. RELATED STORY Would the Beretta APX Combat Be an Effective Military Pistol? The Beretta 92X Performance utilizes the reliable and time-tested operating system of Beretta’s 92 series pistols. Additionally, the 92X combines a Vertec steel frame and heavier Brigadier profile slide to deliver power, speed and accuracy, according to Beretta. Beretta 92X Performance Features A skeletonized hammer with a competition standard hammer spring delivers faster cycling time. Meanwhile, the new Extreme-S trigger mechanism decreases trigger reset by up to 40 percent. Further, the trigger maintains Beretta safety features, ensuring the safety of the pistol in case it drops to the deck, according to Beretta. The 92X weighs 2.98 pounds when unloaded. Further, the steel frame and Brigadier slide combine to increase the pistol’s stability. Moreover, the competition pistol reduces muzzle rise as well, enabling for faster split times and better recoil recover, critical components when seconds count in the heat of competition, according to Beretta. The 92X Performance also features an ambidextrous frame safety. Further, Beretta offers the safety in three different profiles, making it adaptable for various hand types as well as different IPSC divisions. The pistol’s saw-toothed front and rear serrations on the slide improve purchase for slide manipulation. Meanwhile, checkering on the front and back-strap improve control of the pistol, ensuring maximum grip on the pistol, according to Beretta. Beretta’s latest competition pistol ships with two 15-round magazines with included rubber bumpers. Additionally, Beretta says the magazines are designed to withstand fast magazine changes on the clock. Finally, the Beretta 92X Performance becomes available in North America in late summer 2019. Above all, the pistol retails for $1,399. For more information, visit berettausa.com. The post Beretta Announces New 92X Performance Competition Pistol appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  9. Two Columbus Police Officers successfully diffused a tense apparent suicide by cop incident recently. Moreover, the officer body cam footage shows the suspect escalate his actions, while the primary officer remains remarkably poised. Further, a second responding officer ultimately deploys a Taser to end the standoff for good. RELATED STORY WATCH: Gun Battle With Police Kills Suspect After Car Bursts Into Flames Columbus Police Diffuse Suicide By Cop Footage shows Officer Linda Gutierrez respond to a reported traffic accident, where an unidentified 27-year-old man immediately becomes visibly agitated. Additionally, the man makes several threatening moves toward Guiterrez, shouting he that he won’t calm down. Further, the man inexplicably attempts to snatch a woman’s purse right in front of the officer. After wildly snatching at the purse, the suspect stumbles and falls to the ground. Meanwhile, Guiterrez draws her weapon and demands the suspect comply, to which he only grows more defiant. “Columbus Police said the 27-year-old man then berated the officer and threatened “suicide by cop” as he continued to approach Gutierrez. The officer repeatedly yelled no as video showed he tried to get her to shoot him, at one point even yelling “I don’t want to kill you!” reported myfox28columbus.com. Gutierrez repeatedly shouts at the man to calm down, all the while continuing to create space so she didn’t have to shoot the man. Finally, fellow officer Wendell Tolber arrived on scene and deployed his Taser, taking down the suspect for good. “What was originally a call to Columbus Police last week responding to an accident without injuries turned into, what many would consider, a nightmare situation for an officer. What was thought to be an accident victim turned into a suspect & someone suicidal. Spit second decisions, keeping calm & in control.Officer Linda Gutierrez was and is a “superstar,” as her supervisors and peers agree, for her amazing restraint and professionalism. Officer Wendell Tolber steps in calm & cool,” said a Columbus Police post on Facebook. The post WATCH: Columbus Police Diffuse Tense Suicide By Cop Incident appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  10. Rise Armament recently announced that Oklahoma’s Kiefer Police Department had selected the Rise Watchman. Moreover, the Kiefer Police Department selected the Watchamn SBR (short-barrel rifle) configuration. The selection came after the department received positive feedback from local gun dealers on the Watchman SBR. RELATED STORY Cherokee National Marshal Service Picks RISE Armament Watchman Rise Armament developed the Watchman line with input from SWAT/SOT/SRT officers, patrol officers, military snipers, competitive shooters, and firearms instructors to ensure an extremely accurate, dependable, affordable package, according to Rise Armament. Rise Armament Watchman SBR Features Firstly, the RISE Armament Watchman SBR has an 11.5-inch match-grade 416R stainless steel barrel with a carbine-length gas system. Additionally, the barrel is chambered in .223 Wylde for incredible accuracy with .223 and 5.56 ammo. It features proprietary fluting for weight reduction and is sub-MOA accurate with duty ammo. The rifles also have a 10-inch RISE aluminum handguard that is M-LOK compatible with a 12 o’clock Picatinny upper rail system and six QD points. The Watchman’s other features include RISE’s Veil flash hider—which minimizes flash without the tuning-fork effect of other prong-style flash hiders, according to Rise Armament. Additionally, the Watchman utilizes forged aluminum upper and lower receivers, an ambidextrous safety, and a premium black nitride-finished bolt carrier group. The Watchman also boasts RISE Armament’s LE145 Tactical Trigger, which has a crisp, balanced break and 4.5-pound pull. Further, the rifle has a Magpul pistol grip and stock, and it and includes one magazine. Above all, RISE Armament specializes in the design and manufacturing of AR rifles, triggers, barrels, handguards, and compensators for civilian, military, and law enforcement uses, according to Rise Armament. For more information about RISE Armament products, visit risearmament.com. RISE Armament Watchman Specs (Carbine) Overall Barrel Length: 16.1 inches Barrel Type: 416R stainless steel match grade, button rifled barrel; 1/7 twist Overall Length: 33 inches (closed stock); 36 inches (open) Mid-length Direct Impingement Gas System Overall Weight: 6.44 lbs Trigger: RISE Armament LE145; 4.5 pounds pull weight Overall Capacity: 30+1 BUIS: Available as an upgrade MSRP: $1,099 (general public); For agency and officer direct prices, please contact RISE Armament The post Kiefer Police Department Selects Rise Armament Watchman SBR appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  11. Weatherby recently announced the debut of its newest shotgun line, the Weatherby 18i. Moreover, the new semi-automatic comes in three variants, including Waterfowler, Deluxe and Synthetic models. RELATED STORY Weatherby Leaving California, Relocating to Wyoming Firstly, the 18i series of semi-automatic shotguns utilize the proven inertia system, according to Weatherby. Also, the receiver features a one-piece design machined from billet aluminum. Additionally, the design delivers strength and reliability for high-volume shooting. Further, the 18i provides reliable cycling in an evenly-weighted gun, according to Weatherby. Weatherby 18i Features The 18i Synthetic model features a 12-gauge, 28-inch barrel with a 3 1/2-inch Super Magnum chamber. Additionally, the Synthetic model utilizes an advanced polymer stock designed for a seamless fit to the shooter with a soft touch area on the cheek rest and aggressive texture in the palm and foregrip, according to Weatherby. Also, the material stands up to harsh environments. Finally, the safety resides behind the trigger for easy manipulation. Finally, the Synthetic retails for $1,099. Further, sharing many features of the Synthetic, the 18i Waterfowler features a dipped Realtree Max 5 pattern for concealment. Additionally, the Waterfowler retails for $1,199. Meanwhile, the 18i Deluxe sports a European Walnut stock and engraved nickel receiver and high-gloss blued barrel. Also, the Deluxe retails for $1,899. Above all, the Synthetic and Waterfowler models come in 12-gauge; meanwhile, the Deluxe model feature both 12- and 20-gauge variants. Additionally, each 12-gauge model features a 28-inch barrel, while the 20-gauge also comes in a 26-inch length. Moreover, each shotgun includes five flush fit choke tubes with a choke tube wrench. Finally, an included small case keeps the choke set organized. In addition, the 18i is Weatherby’s first 3 1/2-inch shotgun. For more information, visit weatherby.com. The post FIRST LOOK: Weaterby 18i Inertia System Semi-Auto Shotguns appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  12. Memphis Police shot and killed two suspects recently following a wild 10-minute chase through the city. Moreover, officers tried several methods to stop the vehicle before one officer was run over and critically injured. That’s when Memphis Police Officers unloaded into the reported stolen vehicle, ultimately killing both suspects. RELATED STORY WATCH: Gun Battle With Police Kills Suspect After Car Bursts Into Flames A grand jury later cleared all six officers involved in the shooting that killed Megan Reivera, 22, and De’Angelo Brown, 30, according to a story published by wreg.com. The chase began when West Memphis police attempted to pull over the suspects’ vehicle after it failed to dim its lights. Further, it was then officers observed the car didn’t have plates. Above all, police said the couple carjacked the vehicle from a 72-year-old woman in South Carolina, according to wreg.com. Memphis Police Take Down Suspects Officer dash cam footage shows the ensuing chase, as the suspects’ vehicle zips through city streets at speeds up to 90 mph, as heard over police radio in the footage. Midway through the chase, radio traffic reports stop sticks were deployed, causing one tire on the suspect’s vehicle to be flat. However, the suspects pressed on. Footage shows multiple squad cars attempt to box the suspect in. Also, one officer attempts to PIT the suspect vehicle several times before finally succeeding. Meanwhile, police vehicles begin ramming the suspect’s vehicle in an attempt to disable it for good. Despite the vehicle’s damage and being surrounded by several officers with guns drawn, the driver, Reivera, again stomps the gas in an attempt to break free. Further, she turns the vehicle into one officer, the wheel visibly and gruesomely running over his leg. Finally, officers open fire on the vehicle, ultimately killing both suspects. “Meanwhile, officials say the critically injured officer still needs multiple surgeries on his legs. They don’t know if he’ll ever work again,” reported wreg.com. The post WATCH: Memphis Police Unload on Suspect After Car Runs Over Office appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  13. Ruger recently announced the introductions of its newest Custom Shop gun, the 10/22 Competition Rifle. Moreover, the 10/22 marks the third firearm to come out of Ruger’s newly minted Custom Shop line. RELATED STORY The Ruger PC Carbine May Be the Best Pistol-Caliber Carbine Out There Ruger Custom Shop 10/22 Competition Rifle Features The 10/22 Competition Rifle features a brown laminate stock and stainless steel barrel. The rifle utilizes a hard-coat anodized, CNC-machined, heat treated and stress relieved 6061-T6511 aluminum receiver, according to Ruger. Additionally, the receiver sports an integral, optics-ready 30 MOA Picatinny rail. Further, the custom receiver pairs with a heat treated and nitrided CNC-machined match bolt for a tight-fitting, smooth action, according to Ruger. The rifle’s dual bedding system incorporates a second bedding lug, providing a secure bedding to the stock. The rifle also includes a second barrel locator to provide a free-floating barrel, which aids in accuracy, according to Ruger. Also, the receiver incorporates a rear cleaning port, providing access to the barrel from the receiver’s rear. The 16 1/8-inch stainless steel bull barrel features black cerakote accents and is fluted to reduce weight and dissipate heat. A threaded barrel accommodates an included muzzle brake or aftermarket add-ons. Also, the barrel features a proprietary, enhanced semi-auto chamber to increase accuracy without sacrificing reliable feeding and extraction, according to Ruger. The natural brown laminate stock features a fully adjustable cheek rest. Moreover, the rest features adjustability both horizontally and vertically to create a custom-adjusted feel that is stable, comfortable and repeatable, according to Ruger. The Custom Shop 10/22 Competition Rifle also includes Ruger’s popular BX-Trigger. Additionally, the BX-Trigger provides a smooth take-up and crisp break, according to Ruger. Also, an oversized bolt handle, match bolt release and an extended, ambidextrous magazine release complete this competition-ready package. Finally, the rifle includes several extras including a detachable 10-round magazine, Ruger Custom Shop Certificate of Authenticity, challenge coin, cleaning coin and decal, according to Ruger. For more information, visit ruger.com. The post FIRST LOOK: Ruger Custom Shop 10/22 Competition Rifle appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  14. Daniel Defense recently announced the expansion of its popular Omega line of handguards for AR-15 rifles. Moreover, which previously offered only Picatinny attachment, now adds both KeyMod and M-MOK attachment systems. RELATED STORY Daniel Defense Delta 5 308 Bolt-Action Is Now Available Online Daniel Defense Omega Rails The Daniel Defense Omega line enables users to install the unit with provide Allen wrench. Further, the design requires no modifications to the weapon, an added bonus. The Omega features an integral QD sling swivel mount with a rotation limiter and an uninterrupted upper rail platform, according to Daniel Defense. Additionally, Daniel Defense machines the Omega from aircraft grade aluminum and type III hard coat anodized. Further, the company builds each Omega Rail fastener to military specification. Also, the rail delivers customization with 7- and 9-inch length options. The Omega rail line comes in several different configurations. In all, Picatinny, Key-Mod and M-LOK patterns are available. Additionally, the 7-inch models work with carbine-length gas systems. Meanwhile, the 9-inch models pair with mid-length gas systems. Retail prices range between $205 and $226. Additionally, Daniel Defense also offers an Omega X/Modular Float Rail Barrel Nut Wrench. Moreover, this tool is a proprietary two-prong spanner wrench required for the installation and removal of current production Omega X and MFR barrel nuts. The tool is designed to be used in conjunction with a 1/2-inch Drive Torque Wrench, according to Daniel Defense. The Omega X/Modular Float Rail Barrel Nut Wrench retails for $11. To learn more or view the entire Omega Rail lineup, visit danieldefense.com. The post Daniel Defense Omega AR Handguard Line Expands appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  15. SIG Sauer recently announced that the Minnesota State Highway Patrol has adopted the ROMEO4H red dot sight for its duty rifles. Moreover, the Minnesota State Highway Patrol encompasses more than 550 troopers concentrating on traffic enforcement, high safety and statewide law enforcement. RELATED STORY Orlando Police Department Chooses SIG Virtus Rifle “As technology advances we are seeing more and more law enforcement agencies acquiring tactical sights to enhance their officer’s capabilities and accuracy,” began Tom Jankiewicz, Executive Vice President, Law Enforcement Sales, SIG Sauer, Inc. “The SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO4H that’s being utilized by the men and women of the Minnesota State Highway Patrol is easy to operate, extremely versatile, and is a great enhancement to their firearms systems.” Firstly, SIG Sauer’s Electro-Optics ROMEO4H is a closed red dot sight, according to SIG. Further, SIG designed the platform specifically for semi-automatic rifle and shotguns. Additionally, SIG says the optic easily adjusts to varying ambient lighting conditions, weather and terrain. Moreover, the sight utilizes red LED illumination for visibility in daytime conditions. Also, the optic delivers extended runtime and features four onboard reticle options. Finally, the optic includes MOTAC activation with 50,000+ hours battery life and a QD mount, according to SIG. “The ROMEO4 series of red dot sights was developed for use by law enforcement, elite government, and military agencies. It’s the ultimate red dot sight for fast, accurate, target acquisition in any tactical scenario, and we are honored to have the ROMEO4H in use with the Minnesota State Highway Patrol,” concluded Andy York, President SIG SAUER Electro-Optics. Above all, the SIG Sauer ROMEO4H retails for $419.99. For more information, visit sigsauer.com. SIG Sauer ROMEO4H Features Ballistic Circle-Dot and Ballistic Circle QuadPlex reticle options Users can select from 4 different integrated reticle options (Dot, Circle-Dot, Dot with Holds, Circle-Dot with Holds) Unlimited eye relief to acquire aiming point and target, regardless of eye position behind sight. MOTAC (Motion Activated Illumination) powers up or down when sensing motion True co-witness QR mount and low mount included Strong, lightweight aircraft-grade CNC aluminum housing Waterproof, IPX-7 rated, and fog-proof The post Minnesota State Highway Patrol Picks SIG Sauer ROMEO4H Red Dot appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  16. Savage Arms recently announced the release of its newest hunting shotguns, the Model 212 and 220 bolt-action shotguns. Moreover, Savage designed the new line of shotguns specifically for turkey hunters. RELATED STORY The All-New Savage Arms Model 64 Takedown .22 LR Is a Nice Truck Gun Though previously offered through the Savage Special Order Office, this full release makes the 212 and 220 available everywhere, according to Savage. Also, the 212 is chambered in 12-gauge, while the 220 comes in 20-gauge. Savage Model 212 and 220 Savage based each of the shotguns on the company’s iconic Model 110 rifle action. Further, Savage machines that action from steel bar stock. Also, the company secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length by the AccuStock internal chassis, according to Savage. The shotguns utilize 22-inch carbon steel barrels that are free-floated and secured to the receiver using a Model 110-style locking nut. Meanwhile, the company’s popular AccurTrigger is user-adjustable. Also, the AccuFit system delivers adjustment capability for length-of-pull and comb height. A detachable, two-round magazine rounds out a turkey gun package that is quite unlike most tube-fed platforms on the market. Savage Model 212 and 220 Features Smoothbore bolt-action shotgun platform built like a rifle AccuFit system lets hunters adjust comb height and length-of-pull AccuStock rail system secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length 22-inch overall, free-floating blued barrel Interchangeable extra-full turkey choke (Win. choke thread) Detachable box magazine User-adjustable AccuTrigger One-piece synthetic stock with Mossy Oak Obsession camouflage One-piece rail for easy optic mounting The Savage Model 212 retails for $779, while the Model 220 retails for $695. For more information, visit savagearms.com. The post FIRST LOOK: Savage Model 212, 220 Bolt-Action Shotguns appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  17. Just yesterday Tactical-Life reported that Barrett’s MRAD won the coveted U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Advanced Sniper Contract. Meanwhile, Barrett just released more info to Tactical-Life, including caliber information and comments from two proud Barretts, Ronnie and Chris. RELATED STORY US Army Awards Barrett .50 Caliber Sniper Rifle Contract Firstly, the U.S. Department of Defense announced the award on Monday. Moreover, Barrett announced in a press release the MRAD (Multi-Role Adaptive Design) Rifle as the new Advanced Sniper Rifle in support of USSOCOM. USSOCOM announced in 2016 they were in search of a modular, multi-caliber bolt action sniper rifle capable of converting between 7.62x51mm, .300 Norma Magnum (NM) and .338 Norma Magnum (NM) through a “full and open competition.” Further, the Barrett MRAD is designed with precision and modularity in mind and will serve the U.S. special operations teams in their efforts, according to Barrett. Proud Barretts, Father & Son, On MRAD Winning SOCOM Contract “I remember Chris telling me that ‘this is what all precision rifles will look like one day!’ and he was right, said Ronnie Barrett, Founder and CEO. “However, aesthetics is not all that makes this rifle; as his development persisted, he was able to achieve more than I ever thought possible. I genuinely believe this is the most accurate rifle in the world.” Ronnie (left) and Chris Barrett celebrate Barrett’s latest honor.There has never been a time in US History that both a father and son have each fielded a military-designated rifle system until now: Ronnie with the M107 and Chris with the MRAD, according to Barrett. “This feels like the highest honor I could ever achieve professionally to have a rifle adopted by the US Military, and especially USSOCOM,” said Chris Barrett, President. Barrett MRAD Features The Barrett MRAD rifle system utilizes a monolithic upper receiver machined from 7000-series aluminum. A full-length Picatinny rail provides generous mounting surface for both day and night optics. Also, the rail features built-in taper in keeping with the rifle’s intended role of long-range engagement. Further, Barrett placed additional accessory mounting surfaces at the 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions. Arguably the biggest highlight of the MRAD platform is the system’s barrel interchangeability. After loosening only two bolts via a standard Torx wrench, the user can then change between several different calibers or barrel lengths. Additionally, MRAD chamberings include .338 Lapua Magnum, .338 Norma Mag., .300 Norma Mag., .300 PRC, .300 Win. Mag., .308 Win., 7mm Rem. Mag., 6.5 Creedmoor and .260 Rem. Also, barrel lengths include 17, 20, 22, 24 and 26 inches. For more information, visit barrett.net. The post Proud Barretts Comment on MRAD Winning Advanced Sniper Contract appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  18. DoubleStar recently announced the debut of a new group of aftermarket components, the Retro Parts Line. Moreover, the line is billed as delivering the necessary parts for enthusiasts to complete a retro AR build, according to DoubleStar. RELATED STORY DoubleStar Cloak M-LOK Handguard Delivers Light, Slim Build Option DoubleStar Retro Parts Line Products offered include a Vietnam-era 3 Prong Flash Hider, A1 Style Delta Ring, A1 Stripped Upper Receiver and A1 Complete Upper Receive. Further, an A1 Rifle Triangle Handguard, A-2 Stripped Upper Receiver and A-2 Complete Upper Receiver round out the Retro Parts Line. “The A1 Stripped Upper Receiver and the A1 Complete Upper Receiver is the perfect start to your retro project,” said a DoubleStar release. “Machined from Forged Aircraft 7075 T6 aluminum and hard coat anodized to military specs, this receiver is a replica of the first ‘Slabside’ upper receivers from the Vietnam era.” DoubleStar A1 upper receivers come without a forward assist, brass deflector or M4 feed ramps. Additionally, the A1 Stripped Upper Receiver retails for $154.99, while the A1 Complete Upper Receiver retails for $199.99. Meanwhile, the A1 Rifle Triangle Handguard is designed for the AR-15 platform, according to DoubleStar. The black polymer handguard measures 12 inches and retails for $39.95. The A-2 Stripped Upper Receiver features forged aircraft 7075 T6 aluminum with an anodized Mil-Spec coating. Additionally, the A-2 includes a brass deflector. Meanwhile, the A-2 Complete Upper Receiver meets military specifications, according to DoubleStar. It, too, utilizes forged aircraft 7075 T6 aluminum with an anodized coating. The A-2 Complete Upper Receiver chambers 5.56x45mm NATO and includes a brass deflector, ejection port door assembly, forward assist and dust cover. Also, the A-2 Stripped Upper Receiver retails for $119.99, while the A02 Complete Upper Receiver goes for $217.99. Finally, the Vietnam-era 3 Prong Flash Hider utilizes steel construction with a phosphate finish. Also, the Flash Hider features a 1/2×28 thread pattern and weighs 1.9 ounces. Additionally, the 3 Prong Flash Hider costs $14.99. For more information, visit star15.com. The post Go Old School With the DoubleStar Retro Parts Line appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  19. The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a lawsuit against Remington, filed by the parents of children killed in the 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, can proceed. Justices narrowly voted 4-3 allowing the lawsuit to move forward. The lawsuit challenges how Remington marketed the Bushmaster AR-15 used at Sandy Hook to younger shooters. A lower-court judge dismissed the lawsuit in 2016, referencing that Remington is protected under federal law. New Ruling From the Connecticut Supreme Court The 2005 Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) protects firearms manufacturers from being held liable for mass shooting. So what changed Thursday? The judges found an exemption to the PLCAA that allows the plaintiffs to challenge Remington’s marketing tactics. According to a report from Reuters, the Connecticut Supreme Court said the families could present their claims via an “exemption to the 2005 federal shield law, basing it on a Connecticut consumer protection statute.” The court said PLCAA did not bar wrongful marketing claims and unethical advertising of dangerous products for illegal purposes and that plaintiffs could pursue those claims under state law. Three dissenting judges rejected that finding, saying the federal gunmaker shield law did not include such exceptions. Joshua Koskoff, who represents the plaintiffs, accused Remington of targeting “high-risk users” with its marketing tactics. “The families’ goal has always been to shed light on Remington’s calculated and profit-driven strategy to expand the AR-15 market and court high-risk users, all at the expense of Americans’ safety. Today’s decision is a critical step toward achieving that goal,” Koskoff said in a statement. Firearms Industry Response An industry leader with close knowledge of the case, who wished to remain anonymous, spoke with Personal Defense World. He said the marketing allegation is simply a form of “judicial gymnastics.” Meanwhile, the National Shooting Sports Foundation released a statement that condemned the ruling: “The Connecticut Supreme Court today reversed (4-3) a state Superior Court ruling; it decided in Soto v. Bushmaster that the case can go forward based on the plaintiffs’ allegation that the defendants marketing and advertising of a legal product somehow violated Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA). The Court’s split decision held that CUTPA fit within an exemption to the PLCAA. The exemption permits lawsuits where the defendant violated a statute applicable to the sale of firearms. “In a strongly worded and well-reasoned dissent, Chief Justice Robinson rejected the majority’s overly broad interpretation of the scope of the limited exception, which is contrary to legislative text, cannons of statutory interpretation and the legislative history of the PLCAA. The majority’s decision today is at odds with all other state and federal appellate courts that have interpreted the scope of the exception. As the trade association for the firearms industry, the National Shooting Sports Foundation filed an amicus brief in support of the defendants in this case and both respectfully disagrees with and is disappointed by the court’s majority decision.” Remington has not commented, as of publishing time. Personal Defense will continue to monitor the situation. The post Connecticut Supreme Court: Remington Can Be Sued For Sandy Hook appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  20. Italian Firearms Group (IFG) recently introduced its newest competition pistol, the Defiant Stock I. Moreover, IFG designed the pistol specifically for practical pistol shooting, including USPSA/IPSC Production Division and IDPA SSP and ESP Classes. RELATED STORY Pedersoli Howdah Alaskan Serves as Truck & Bush Gun IFG Defiant Stock I Features Derived from the popular CZ 75 platform, the Defiant Stock I maintains the CZ‘s internal slide rails. “The result of the internal slides is a reliable workhorse system that keep out dirt and debris better than external slides,” IFG said in a press release. The Defiant Stock I uses a traditionally-rifled, cylindrical barrel that provides excellent accuracy with all types of ammunition. Also, the pistol’s frame features a full-length railed dust cover for a better balance. Additionally, the pistol is available in both small and large frame variants, according to IFG. The pistol I features stippled walnut side panels for solid purchase, and extended beavertail, and a checkered frame and backstrap. Meanwhile, slide serrations aid in manual of arms. Additionally, the rear sight is drift adjustable, while the rear notch is large, delivering a solid sighting system, according to IFG. The Defiant Stock I operates in single and double action. Finally, calibers include 9mm, .38 Super, .40 S&W, 10mm and .45 ACP. For more information, visit italianfirearmsgroup.com/ftitalia. IFG Defiant Stock I Specifications Frame: Steel Slide: Steel with Black Finishing Overall Barrel Length: 4.5 inches Overall Length: 8.4 inches, Large Frame / 8.3 inches, Small Frame Capacity: Small Frame, 9mm – 16; .40 S&W – 12 Large Frame, 9mm – 17; .40 S&W – 14; .38 Super – 17; 10mm Auto – 13; .45 ACP – 10 Overall Weight: 42 ounces Sights: Front Fixed/Rear Adjustable Action: Single/Double Safety: Standard Frame Mounted MSRP: $1,225 The post FIRST LOOK: Italian Firearms Group Defiant Stock I appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  21. The U.S. Department of Defense recently announced it awarded Barrett with $49.9 million contract for advanced sniper rifles. Moreover, Barrett will provide MRAD rifles, designated Mk21, to U.S. Special Operations Command. RELATED STORY US Army Awards Barrett .50 Caliber Sniper Rifle Contract Barrett Wins SOCOM Advanced Sniper Contract Firstly, Barrett now claims a five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price contract worth an estimated $49,936,300, according to a DoD report. “The United States Department of Defense announced today that Barrett has been selected to provide their MRAD as the US Special Operations Command Advanced Sniper Rifle system, designated as Mk21,” Barrett announced in a post on Facebook. “This marks the first time in history that a father and son have had rifle designs adopted by the US military: Ronnie Barrett with M107 and Chris Barrett with Mk21.” In April, 2017, Tactical-Life reported that USSOCOM had issued a notice for a new advanced sniper rifle and was considering going to a 6.5mm round. “The solicitation was posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website under ‘full and open competition’ and six proposals were received,” DoD reported. Above all, Barrett emerged victorious in a competition that stands poised to drive precision marksmanship and sniping programs in the U.S. military for years to come. Barrett MRAD Features Firstly, the Barrett MRAD rifle system utilizes a monolithic upper receiver machined from 7000-series aluminum. A full-length Picatinny rail provides generous mounting surface for both day and night optics. Also, the rail features built-in taper in keeping with the rifle’s intended role of long-range engagement. Further, Barrett placed additional accessory mounting surfaces at the 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions. Arguably the biggest highlight of the MRAD platform is the system’s barrel interchangeability. After loosening only two bolts via a standard Torx wrench, the user can then change between several different calibers or barrel lengths. Additionally, MRAD chamberings include .338 Lapua Magnum, .338 Norma Mag., .300 Norma Mag., .300 PRC, .300 Win. Mag., .308 Win., 7mm Rem. Mag., 6.5 Creedmoor and .260 Rem. Also, barrel lengths include 17, 20, 22, 24 and 26 inches. For more information, visit barrett.net. The post Barrett MRAD Awarded US SOCOM Advanced Sniper Contract appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  22. A passerby recently captured a wild scene recently and posted it to social media. Moreover, the footage shows an all-out gun battle erupt in a field in Oregon, one that ends with suspect’s car bursting into flames, killing the suspect. RELATED STORY WATCH: Oak Ridge Police Shoot, Kill Felon During High-Speed Chase The gun fight concluded a multi-agency pursuit of a stolen vehicle that reportedly contained multiple weapons and ammunition, including a semi-auto rifle, according to a report published by the Roseberg Police Department. Personnel from both the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the Oregon State Police responded to the area where the vehicle was spotted. When officers attempted to make contact, the vehicle fled. Then a short pursuit ensued, continuing onto a nearby ranch, where the vehicle became stuck in a field. That’s where the video picks up the chase, as the suspect opens fire on officers. Gun Battle Erupts “That’s when he opened fire; probably about 15, 20 rounds,” the video’s narrator explains. “The driver of the vehicle opened fire on authorities and in response, multiple officers returned fire,” said the Roseberg Police report. As the gunman fires on officers, footage shows incoming rounds impacting just short of the suspect. However, rounds were seemingly finding there mark as well. Because after a few moments, the suspect’s vehicle begins smoking before finally erupting in flames. “During the exchange of gunfire, the stolen vehicle began to smoke and soon after became consumed in flames. Law Enforcement later confirmed the presence of human remains in the vehicle,” Roseberg Police continued. The report also said no officers were injured during the firefight. Additionally, both the Douglas County Major Crimes Team and Roseburg Police Department continue their investigations into the incident. At press time, officials were still attempting to identify the suspect, according to Roseberg Police. The post WATCH: Oregon Gun Battle Kills Assailant When Car Bursts Into Flames appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  23. Magnum Research recently announced the company now produces Desert Eagles in the United States; the classic big semi-auto is now 100-percent American-made. Moreover, the move concludes an effort that began as early as 2008 to get the pistols produced stateside. RELATED STORY Magnum Research Unveils Black Tiger Stripe Desert Eagle American-Made Desert Eagles Magnum Research produced its first American-made prototypes in 2009. Since then, Magnum Increased American capacity each year. Further, Magnum Research now is on track to build more than 10,000 pistols in the United States this year, according to Magnum Research. “We are very excited to announce the full U.S. production of the Desert Eagle pistols,” said Jodi Deporter, Director of Marketing, Kahr Firearms Group. “We believe in the importance of keeping manufacturing jobs here in the United States and are proud to offer American-made products to our customers.” Kahr Arms purchased Magnum Research in 2010. Prior to acquisition, Magnum Research founders Jim Skidum and John Risdall oversaw design and development of the Desert Eagle Pistol. Israel Military Industries (IMI) originally manufactured the iconic sidearm, later shifting to Israeli Weapons Industries (IWI) until 1995. Then Magnum Research moved the manufacturing contract to Saco Defense in Maine. Then in 1998 Magnum Research again moved manufacturing back to IWI until 2009. Meanwhile, throughout the shifting manufacturing entities, Magnum Research maintained ownership of all intellectual property, patents, copyrights and trademarks for the Desert Eagle, according to Magnum Research. Today, Magnum Research offers the Desert Eagle in a basic 6-inch, black finish model. Additional variants include brushed chrome and Cerakote colors and patters. Also, a “Tiger Stripe” pattern in Gold Titanium nitride-coated finish or black is available, as are case colored pistols. The company also recently added an all-stainless model, along with a 50-ounce, 5-inch version called the L5. For more information, visit magnumresearch.com. The post Magnum Research Now Producing All Desert Eagles in USA appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  24. Gunwerks recently announced its newest product line, dubbed Stockwerks. Moreover, Stockwerks custom rifle stocks come in three different variants to fit Remington 700 footprint actions and numerous barrel profile and bottom metal configurations. RELATED STORY New: The Gunwerks ClymR Rifle for Mountain Hunters “When we designed these stocks, we went back to the drawing board on each one,” said Aaron Davidson, Gunwerks CEO. “These are not just incremental upgrades, but complete redesigns based on the complex performance geometry we’ve developed over our 12 years of experience building long range shooting equipment. These stocks look incredible, but more significantly, the design dimensions create a shooting experience unmatched by traditional competitive designs. With Gunwerks, our performance standards demand that function trumps form, where the competition is still building to a heritage look. These composite stocks are the most advanced, high-end option on the market.” Gunwerks Stockwerks Gunwerks offers three different types, including ClymR, Magnus and Verdict. Additionally, the ClyMR and Magnus feature a flush-mount Picatinny rail for attaching bipods and integrated QD sling mounts. Also, the Magnus and Verdict stocks utilize recoil pad assemblies featuring adjustment of length of pull, height and angle. Further, the Verdict includes a proprietary, quick-release adjustable cheek piece and interchangeable grips. Moreover, an optional ARCA rail, barricade stop and night vision mount systems round out the package. “We have a full year of production under our belts now with these new stock designs. The response and results have been overwhelmingly positive,” says Davidson. “We’re excited to open up availability to the broader market.” Gunwerks previously offered Stockwerks stocks as part of a Gunwerks rifle system only. Meanwhile, the Stockwerks stocks are available to order online now; Gunwerks estimates delivery within 60 days. “What’s exciting is that these new stocks aren’t just for Gunwerks rifles,” said James Christiansen, Gunwerks COO. “We are intensely focused on vertical integration and have brought new composites tooling and manufacturing online. This has given us a much tighter grip on quality and capacity, allowing us the ability to offer our revolutionary designs to more than just our rifle customers. Our stocks are the perfect addition to any custom rifle or for those looking to upgrade their factory setup.” For more information, visit gunwerks.com/stocks. The post Gunwerks Stockwerks Custom Rifle Stocks for Remington 700 appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
  25. Proving the time-tested adage “play stupid games, win stupid prizes,” a detained suspect got just what he bargained for recently, so to speak. Officer body cam footage captures a five-minute, profanity-laced verbal attack by a the suspect. When the suspect finally spits on the cop, the officer knocks out the man cold. RELATED STORY WATCH: Oak Ridge Police Shoot, Kill Felon During High-Speed Chase Footage paints a pretty clear picture that everyone has their breaking point. The officer, Corporal Michael Oestmann, of the Denver Police Department, was working off-duty in a bar, according to a report posted by kdvr.com. In the video, the detained suspect delivers a ruthless verbal attack launched at Oestmann. The suspect calls Oestmann names, challenges the officer to remove the handcuffs, all the while spitting on the floor repeatedly. Finally, the suspect spits in Oestmann’s face. Denver Officer Knocks Out Suspect Oestmann responded with a knee to the suspect’s chest before delivering a quick punch to the man’s face, knocking him out cold. “You will not spit on me again, do you understand me? What was that about being a b*tch? Who’s unconscious now?” Oestmann said to the unconscious man following the response. Oestmann then immediately radioed for medical assistance for the suspect. Although most will be able to understand Oestmann’s reaction, the officer nevertheless faced disciplinary action. Oestmann worked out a plea deal on assault charges and is now working a desk job within the department, according to kdvr.com. Kdvr.com also published the following statement from the Denver Police Department: “The Denver Police Department takes use-of-force incidents seriously and has a robust internal investigation process, which includes oversight by the Denver Office of the Independent Monitor, and an established disciplinary process when issues rise to that level. With the judicial proceedings concluded in Corporal Oestmann’s case, we will work to complete our internal investigation into the incident. It would be inappropriate for us to comment further at this time, as the investigation is still ongoing.” Above all, the incident further illustrates the challenges facing law enforcement officers on a daily basis. The post VIDEO: Officer Knocks Out Suspect Who Taunted, Spit on Cop appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article

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