Winchester Awarded U.S. Army NGSW Ammunition Production Contract
Winchester, the largest manufacturer of small caliber ammunition for the U.S. military, has announced that the U.S. Army has awarded the company a contract to manufacture, test, and deliver 5 million 6.8mm Next Generation Squad Weapon (NGSW) cartridges.
LaKota Products Supplies PPE To Hospitals and Care Facilities
Lakota Products, sister company to TrueTimber, has spent the last two months capitalizing on its supply chain, manufacturing and sourcing capabilities to deliver much-needed PPE products to hospitals and care facilities across the United States.
Versacarry Retools to Make Emergency Medical Equipment
Known for producing a line of leather handgun holsters, belts and other firearm-related gear, Versacarry has begun the process of converting its facility to help in the fight against the COVID-19 virus.
Hornady Opens New 150,000-Square-Foot Hornady West Facility in Nebraska
As Hornady grows exponentially, the new facility is just in time to mark its 70th anniversary.
Ammo Increasingly Goes Custom
Whether you are a hunter, target shooter, competitor or all of the above, you need to be aware of the trends developing in the ammunition industry, as simply buying the same ammo you always have might mean giving up accuracy and performance.
Hardware: Bergara B-14 Hunter
Bergara burst into full gear in 2008, just when AR-15 sales were skyrocketing and manufacturers couldn’t buy enough barrels.
First Look: Bergara B14 Timber
Bergara, the vaunted Spanish barrel maker, now produces three full-fledged rifle lines. Its least expensive, the Performance line, features two rifles: the B14 Hunter (synthetic) and B14 Timber. Here are five things you need to know about Bergara's B14 Timber.
Premier Series Production Rifles Available From Bergara USA
The Bergara Premier Series rifles will offer all the features and performance of the company's custom models—at affordable prices
ABC: Coyotes Have Taste For House Cats
I've never been a big fan of coyotes, but new info released by the American Bird Conservancy (ABC) may change my tune: Apparently they eat a lot of cats.