Rifles

Hawk Shotguns

Hawk Shotguns

Remington’s new clothes Hawk Industries (a division of China North – Norinco) is located in the city of Qiqihar in northern China and was founded in 1954. The Company deals in manufacture of shotguns meant for both export, and domestic use. They manufacture a wide variety of shotguns, from standard pump actions to drum fed semiautomatics, with fixed or folding stock, and for civilian, huntin... »

Titan Roesler Bolt Action Rifles

Titan Roesler Bolt Action Rifles

At the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century, a father and a son, Erich and Walter Roesler started a family business in the Austrian town of Kufstein. They only had one permanent employee, and occasionally hired four more specialists for certain jobs. They were making hunting rifles in half-custom, half-manufacture operation. Those rifles were not simply remakes of different models... »

tikka t3 carbines

Tikka T3 Carbines

The company “Tikkakoski O/Y” was founded in the Finnish city of Sakara in 1893. Until the end of the First World War, they made various machines and early engines. Only in 1918, during the Winter War (1939-1949 War between Russia and Finland), “Tikka” started manufacturing guns for the Finnish army. During the Second World War, the entire production capacity of “Tikka” factory was focused on makin... »

Colt SCW

Colt SCW: A Trailblazer for the Seals

Among military and police users, the improved compact versions od the M16 assault rifles chambered in 5.56×45 NATO (.223 Remington) are more popular than ever. Three years ago, the lead manufacturer of these weapons, the American company “Colt Defense LLC“, based in Hartford, has announced and presented a new version of the M4 Carbine, designated SCW (Sub Compact Weapon). It is the smallest v... »

Kriss Super V Vector

Kriss Super V Vector: The Return of the SMG

When the strange looking Kriss Super V Vector submachine gun appeared, its maker the “Transformational Defense Industries“ from Wyoming, USA latter known as KRISS USA was a completely unknown company. Only a few years later, the KRISS USA presented itself on the IWA 2011 international gun show as the owner of the famous Swiss “Sphinx“ company. The only suspect for such a fast growth in the time of... »

Johann Fanzoj Rifles

Johann Fanzoj Rifles: Dangerous Hunts

The region of Ferlach in Austria is rich in iron ore, timber and water power, which was essential for the birth of metalworking, that is, organized gun production. As the military guns were the first to be massively produced, in the 16th century, the region was a breeding ground for expert gunsmiths, some of whom even relocated from what is today’s Netherlands. Over the years, the center of ... »

carbon custom

Christensen Arms Carbon

If you have spent an entire day lugging a heavy rifle around, you probably understand why weight of a weapon is such an issue. The greatest problem with lowering the weight of a rifle is in its steel barrel. Even though a number of manufacturers have been trying to deal with this problem for quite a while now, it’s not as easy to solve as one might think. If the barrel was shortened, the velocity ... »

Beretta MX4 Storm

Beretta MX4 Storm: Ergonomy Defined

The well-known Italian company has completed its Storm series. After the futuristic Cx4 carbine, Px4 pistol and semi-automatic rifle designated Rx4, a new submachine gun known as Mx4 has entered the fray. This bad boy is just about to push aside its predecessors and counterparts. Indian border police have placed an order for dazzling 34,500 pieces. The role of the submachine guns has been waning s... »

Mossberg 100 ATR Night Train II .308 Win

Mossberg 100 ATR Night Train II .308 Win

Human eye can’t really distinguish colors at night; we can only see darker and lighter shades of gray. So the only thing that we perceive are the contours of what we are observing. This is exactly why we are using camouflage paint – it makes the contours even more blurry and imperceptible. As of late, we can see more and more of digital pixelated camo coloring. This is why the US gun manufacturer ... »

Precision Guided Firearms – PGF

What’s next? Linux powered guns, apparently

When Austin startup TrackingPoint calls their product “Precision Guided Firearms – PGFs” they are serious about it living up to the name. We are talking about customized hunting rifles, such as the .300 Winchester Magnum, that have been fitted with scopes out of a sci-fi movie.   Just look at the list of the information that the HUD of PGS provides: Impressive, not? It’s so... »

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