New Weapon Reviews

New weapons are are upon us monthly. It’s hard to stay in touch with the top weapons on the market today. So check out this category for the best way to stay up to date with the gun manufactures.

MTR Custom Leather holsters for the AREX Defense Weapons: Rex Zero 1 CP, Rex Zero 1 S, Rex Zero 1 T & Rex Zero 1 TC

We got holsters for the AREX Defense Weapons: Rex Zero 1 CP, Rex Zero 1 S, Rex Zero 1 T & Rex Zero 1 TC with suppressor sights, threaded barrel and red dot capability.

A promo video for Rex Zero 1, a new handgun produced by Arex. The handgun is DA/SA with short trigger reset and clean brake, has a full chamber indicator, decocker and features ambidextrous magazine release and safety.

THE AREX ZERO 1 CP DOES NOT CLAIM TO BE A REVOLUTIONARY BREAKTHROUGH BUT YOU WILL FIND IT REPRESENTS A DEFINITIVE EVOLUTIONARY STEP IN MODERN HANDGUN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING. WE HAVE ACHIEVED IMPROVEMENTS OVER SOME OF THE MOST POPULAR DESIGNS, ILLUMINATING THE WEAKNESSES AND ENHANCING THEIR ADVANTAGES BY APPLYING OUR EXPERTISE AND STATE OF THE ART CARDS/CAM PROCESSES. THE RESULT IS A BEST IN CLASS DEFENSIVE PISTOL THAT BOTH EXTREME RELIABILITY AND ACCURACY ALONG WITH A COMPETITIVE PRICE

AREX Zero 1 S – AREX

New Weapons for Leather Holsters.. STI Staccato, Ruger, Springfield and More

We got a lot of new weapons and lasers in. Get your leather holsters and accessories now for them.

FN 502

Ruger LCP MAX

STI Staccato- P

STI Staccato- C

Taurus GX4

Wilson Combat SFX9 and all the EDC models with or w/o compensator and red dot

Springfield Armory Emissary

+ More

The ultimate in concealability and capability. The P365X-NEW SIG SAUER P365X

The ultimate in concealability and capability. The P365X

DETAILS

Featuring a 3.1 inch barrel, the XSeries grip module with a 12 round flush fit magazine brings a new level of performance to your EDC.

The P365 redefined what a concealed-carry pistol should be. Featuring a 3.1 inch barrel, the XSeries grip module with a 12 round flush fit magazine.

These features, along with the signature XSeries flat trigger, all come standard. The P365X maintains the crisp, clean P365 trigger pull. Never has so much versatility and capability been squeezed into such a perfectly concealable size.

  • XSERIES 365 Grip Module
  • Nitron Slide With XRAY3 Day/Night Front Sight
  • XSERIES Flat Trigger
  • Compatible with SIG SAUER ROMEOZero
  • (2) 12 Round Steel Magazines
FEATURES

XSERIES 365 Grip Module

“X” Signature Flat Profile Trigger That Breaks at 90 Degrees.

XRay3 Day/Night Sights With Rear Sight Plate Assembly

Source: P365X

NRA Victory in Washington

NRA Victory in Washington

It’s rare that gun owners have something to celebrate in the Emerald City. But on Monday, the Washington Court of Appeals ruled in favor of an NRA suit on behalf of Seattle gun owners.
Washington State law preempts localities from infringing on citizens’ gun rights: “The state of Washington hereby fully occupies and preempts the entire field of firearms regulation within the boundaries of the state.” Despite Washington’s statewide protection of gun owners, Seattle sought to disarm its residents by forcing them to render their firearms inaccessible, even inside their own homes.
The NRA, along with SAF and two individuals, challenged this ordinance. Although the trial court dismissed the case, a unanimous panel of the Washington Court of Appeals disagreed and reversed. The case against Seattle’s gun control can now proceed.
“The case against Seattle is strong,” said Michael Jean, NRA-ILA Director of Litigation. “Washington prohibits local gun control regulation, and this decision vindicates our fight against Seattle’s blatant violation of state law. We’re determined to litigate this case to its rightful conclusion.”

The G43X and G48 are now Optic-Ready, Available with Modular Optic System Configuration-MTR HAS HOSLTERS 

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GLOCK Inc.

The G43X with Modular Optic System configuration.The G43X with Modular Optic System configuration.GLOCK Inc.GLOCK, Inc.’s Slimline GLOCK 43X and GLOCK 48 are now available in the Modular Optic System (MOS) configuration. These slim 9X19 pistol models feature a micro-optic-ready factory-milled slide and a slim rail.

The G43X and G48 were introduced in July 2019 and feature a compact, Slimline frame with a 10-round magazine capacity.  The optic-ready Slimline models are now available with an MOS cutout and slim GLOCK mounting rail system. With a non-standard MOS footprint, the Slimline MOS models require specific mico-reflex optics such as the Shield RMSc.

The G48 with Modular Optic System configuration.The G48 with Modular Optic System configuration.GLOCK Inc.Reflex optics (MOS) allow you to look through the reticle and focus on the target and alignment of the dot.  The slim design allows the optical sight to be closer to the shooter’s line of sight and eliminates the need for high, back-up sights by allowing visibility of the standard GLOCK sights through the lens of the compact optic. With improved accuracy, quicker target acquisition and versatility, MOS pistols have become increasingly more popular for home and self-defense and are an ideal options for confined space operations.

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A non-standard accessory rail allows for a light to be attached with close alignment to the firearm’s bore with positioning in front of the trigger guard which allows the operator to maintain a two-handed grip.

Both new models incorporate Gen5 Technologies such as the nDLC finish for extreme durability, a reversible magazine catch, and the match-grade, GLOCK Marksman Barrel (GMB) for increased accuracy.

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Additional information about the G43X and G48 MOS can be found at https://www.glock.us.

Colt Now Shipping AR-15s to Consumers again 

Colt first began marketing the semi-auto AR-15 Sporter to consumers in 1963 and it has continued to be a popular model for the company. After a brief break to fill military orders, they have resumed the practice. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

Just nine months after the historic AR-15 maker signaled a curb in selling the rifle through consumer channels, Colt says they are now back on the market.

Last September, the Connecticut-based firearms maker began a hiatus in their sales of rifles to the public while continuing to produce such long arms to fulfill outstanding military and law enforcement contracts– a move they said at the time was only temporary. A market decision and not politics, despite what anti-gun advocates and avowed “we’re coming for your guns” Democratic Presidental candidates heralded as a win in their quest for gun control.

At this year’s SHOT Show in January, Colt told Guns.com that AR-15 production for the consumer market was going to resume once the company’s current rifle production line gets some breathing room on their full plate of military contracts. It seems that time has come.

Now, as first reported by American Rifleman  last week, new Colt AR-15s are shipping to dealers nationwide with Mark O’Keefe writing that over 2,000 Colt LE6920s recently left the factory, bound for eager consumers.

With record interest in gun purchases of AR-15 style rifles, especially from first-time buyers, you can bet those numbers are going to increase.

Source: Colt Now Shipping AR-15s to Consumers again :: Guns.com

Bond Arms brought Boberg Arms-Change weapon name from Boberg Arms XR9-S to Bond Arms Bullpup

Bond Arms is taking a big step in a new direction by offering a sub-compact semi-automatic concealed-carry pistol dubbed the Bond Bullpup. Based on the Boberg Arms XR9-S, the Bullpup provides a variety of uncommon features designed to keep the pistol small and lightweight while reducing felt recoil. This 9 mm Luger +P pistol is just 5.1″ long, 4.2″ tall and 0.96″ wide. It weighs just 17.5 ozs. with a seven-round magazine. The rear-feeding magazine rests directly below the rotating barrel’s chamber allowing for a longer barrel without the need for a longer slide. The stainless steel slide is topped with dovetailed three-dot sights. The 7075-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum frame features a round trigger guard and hardwood grips. bondarms.com

Source: American Rifleman | Editors’ Picks 2016—Bond Arms Bullpup

Walther PPQ Q5 Match M1 vs PPQ Q5 Match M2 size comparison 

Dimensions
PPQ Q5 Match M1
Length 8.1″
Height 5.3″
Width 1.3″
Weight 3 oz
Barrel 5″
PPQ Q5 Match M2
Length 8.1″
Height 5.3″
Width 1.3″
Weight 23 oz
Barrel 5″

Q5 Match | M1

NEW FOR 2019

VICTORY OUT OF THE BOX.

Breaking boundaries and shattering expectations. The Q5 Match is superior performance taken to the next level through heightened functionality and a relentless determination to deliver precisely what the experienced shooter demands. The real competitive edge begins here.

Showcasing Walther’s modern take on practical shooting, the Q5 Match series delivers extraordinary efficiency and adaptability, which garnered its immediate distinction in the industry. This platform allows you to maximize the accuracy, power, and speed necessary to dominate the competition completely!

A modern work of art in its own right, the slide is outfitted with features previously found only on custom handguns. It is ported and optic ready, with LPA sights as well as front and rear serrations.  Walther’s superior accuracy is quickly realized when shooting thanks to the 5” barrel with polygonal rifling and stepped chamber.

The interchangeable backstraps allow you to tune your grip, giving you a perfect, straight-back trigger pull. This adjustability also provides access to the magazine and slide releases without shifting your hand. Designed for right and left-handed shooters, the Q5 Match M1 features an ambidextrous slide stop and an ambidextrous paddle-style magazine release.

Compare the dimensions and specs of Walther PPQ Q5 Match M1 and Walther PPQ Q5 Match M2

Source: Walther PPQ Q5 Match M1 vs PPQ Q5 Match M2 size comparison | Handgun Hero

Springfield Armory | 911 9mm Features

With a huge selection of pistols and rifles, Springfield Armory is the premier manufacturer of quality handguns for protection and competitive shooting.

Source: Springfield Armory | 911 9mm Features

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