Georgia’s Daniel Defense has long been a big name in factory SBRs and pistol-length ARs in 5.56 and .300 Blackout but plans to get into the pistol caliber carbine market later this year. The unimaginatively named Daniel Defense PCC was at SHOT Show last month but isn’t listed on the company’s site just yet as… Continue reading Lost in the Sauce: The New Daniel Defense PCC
Something is going on when it comes to .22 caliber ammunition. There is both a move to make current .22LR loads much better, delivering almost unheard-of performance out of guns that already exist, as well as introducing new cartridges to further break the mold.
The folks that put on the “Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show” issued press creds to something like 2,000 members of the gun media from around the world. Here are the coolest tragically underreported guns from the event that deserve a second (or even first) look.
Beretta has brought an interesting rifle platform across the ocean and is now going full speed ahead with marketing it to Americans. The catch? It is straight-pull, made by robots, innovative, modular, and has a sub-MOA accuracy guarantee.
We spent the week in Las Vegas and saw tons of new guns and products. Here are what we felt were the best.
While Sig Sauer introduced their new 17+1 P365 XMacro just a couple of months ago, most thought it would be at least a year or longer before they made the grip module or mags available separately. However, as there are a couple of million P365s out there, it makes quick sense as anyone that already… Continue reading Sig Sauer Rushes out 17 Round Mags, Grip Module for XMacro Series P365
While Daniel Defense is a black rifle company for sure, they have been chipping away at the bolt-action hunting market for the past couple of years with their Delta 5 series of precision rifles. It only makes sense that they are now marketing a drop-in chassis for the Remington 700, which is probably the most… Continue reading Daniel Defense R700 Pro Chassis System
Arizona-based Ammo, Inc. says they are kicking off .50 cal BMG production in a big way at their newly opened 185,000 sq. ft. factory in Wisconsin. They are specializing at first in M33 High Accuracy ball ammunition, the most commonly used military type—vanilla if you will– which typically features a 660-grain FMJ bullet. However, they… Continue reading Ammo, Inc Moving into .50 Cal BMG Production
Georgia-based Daniel Defense made its debut in the standalone suppressor field in 2017 with the innovative DD WAVE. One of the first cans crafted completely through direct metal laser sintering additive manufacturing– that negated the traditional tube and baffle system used by legacy platforms– the 7.62 caliber Inconel, stainless and titanium suppressor came in at… Continue reading Daniel Defense Expands Their Suppressor Line with New SoundGuard Cans
Gone are the days of the old Pennsylvania Tuxedos and double-barrel shotguns. According to new research from The Council to Advance Hunting and Shooting Sports Working in conjunction with the Outdoor Foundation, the group crunched the data on 30 million hunters and recreational shooters aged 6 and up and produced some interesting takeaways that point… Continue reading Hunting, Target Shooting Becoming More Diverse Sports