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Firearms News Firearms News

Firearms News

Volume 73, Issue 22

If you're serious about buying, selling, or trading firearms then Firearms News is for you. Whether you collect, hunt, target shoot, have personal defense needs or other firearms interest you'll find the largest variety and best prices on all the firearms, accessories and services that you could want or need!

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firearms news

PUBLISHER Mike Schoby EDITORIAL EDITOR Vincent L. DeNiro FIELD EDITORS: Senior Field Editor David Fortier Gunsmithing Gus Norcross Airguns Tom Gaylord Pistols James Tarr Military Arms Paul Scarlata NFA Patrick Sweeney Columnists David Codrea Jeff Knox John Peterson Vin Suprynowicz DESIGN SENIOR ART DIRECTOR Bill Smalley ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Ashley N. Honea ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Mark Kee PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGER Terry Boyer ADVERTISING ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Pat Bentzel (East Region) (717) 695-8095 ADVERTISING SALES MANAGER Mark Thiffault (720) 630-9863 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE Sue Fitch (309) 679-5064 Western Region Hutch Looney & Associates email: NATIONAL AD SALES Account Director – Detroit Office Kevin Donley (248) 798-4458 National Account Executive – Chicago Office Carl Benson (312) 955-0496 Direct Response Advertising/Non-Endemic Anthony Smyth (914) 693-8700 OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN GROUP PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Jim Liberatore CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, PUBLISHING & BRANDED MEDIA Mike Carney EVP, GROUP PUBLISHER & OPERATIONS Derek Sevcik VP, CONSUMER MARKETING Peter Watt VP, MANUFACTURING Deb Daniels DIRECTOR, MARKETING Kim…

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an alaska float hunt with the finest from ruger and daniel defense

When Autumn arrives on America’s Last Frontier, it is swift, dramatic, and fleeting. It paints the mountain sides red and yellow with changing foliage, tints the night skies with the mesmerizing, luminescent, and other-worldly radiance of the Aurora Borealis, and greets early wakers with sparkly, sun-catching frost on the alder and willow. These harbingers of the rapidly approaching Alaskan winter are also a call to scores of Alaskan men and women to begin gearing up for some serious “grocery shopping.” GUNS, GUTS, AND GROCERIES: A SHORT GUIDE TO FILLING YOUR FRIDGE ON THE LAST FRONTIER! Unlike our friends and family residing in the distant “lower 48,” occupied with clipping and amassing a ‘War and Peace’ sized collection of coupons or agonizing over what DVD will be the most effective at keeping the…

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want a ruger hawkeye guide gun rifle?

Check out Davidson’s Gallery of Guns at! Davidson’s offers the GuaranteeD® Lifetime Replacement Warranty which backs all the firearms you buy through It works like this: if anything ever goes wrong with any gun you buy with the Davidson’s GuaranteeD® Lifetime Replacement Warranty, it will be replaced. If no replacement is available, it will be repaired at no charge to you. Simply return it to the retailer where you purchased it, pay for the return shipping and upon receipt Davidson’s will ship the returning retailer a brand-new gun for you provided one is available. If a replacement is not available your firearm will be repaired for free. For complete warranty information please refer to the Guaranteed Warranty link found at the home page of…

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the brn-180 upper from brownells with a custom ar-180-type lower

The BRN obviously stands for Brownells but let’s take a step back in time to see where the 180 in the name came from. The ArmaLite AR-180 was the civilian semi-automatic version of the AR-18. The AR-18 was an attempt to grab some market share for ArmaLite after they sold the rights to a previous design you might have heard of, the M16. ArmaLite could not use any of the technology that was in the patents they sold to Colt so they decided to start from scratch. Well, almost from scratch. The AR-18 was based on the AR-16. The AR-16 was a 7.62x51 select fire rifle designed by Eugene Stoner before he left Armalite. It featured a short stroke gas piston and operating rod, a rotating multi-lug bolt, and was constructed…

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stoeger’s new s4000e rifle a lot of value for very little money!

Stoeger’s new S4000E breakbarrel spring-piston air rifle combo is a moderately priced breakbarrel gas spring rifle that comes in both .177 and .22 calibers. It has several things I have never seen before, including a silencer that has a large air expansion chamber beneath the barrel. The S4000E is rated to 1,200 fps in .177 caliber with alloy pellets and 1,000 fps with lead. In .22 caliber the ratings are 1,000 fps with alloy and 800 fps with lead. I asked for a .22 caliber to test because that is a reasonable power level for a spring-piston air rifle. It actually has a good chance to be accurate, compared to all those 1,400 fps mega-magnums that will spray lead everywhere as they slap you silly. The rifle comes you with a 4x32…

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german submachine guns of wwii part ii

Almost all submachine guns built before the late 1930s followed a pattern set down by the M1928/II with blowback operation, machined steel components, ventilated barrel jackets and wooden stocks. To a certain degree, the American Thompson was an exception to this trend which we will not go into as it is outside the scope of this article. In 1924, Louis Stange, an engineer at Rheinmetall AG, designed a submachine gun known as the SI-100. Four years later Rheinmetall acquired a Swiss company, Waffenfabrik Solothurn AG in hopes that they could use it as a proxy under which they could produce the weapon legally outside of Germany. But Solothurn lacked the manufacturing capacity to produce large quantities of the gun and so production was transferred to the Austrian firm Steyr-Werke AG. Solothurn…