In 2019 TFB were the first to discover the new Heckler & Koch HK417P model. To the best of our knowledge, this is the rifle we’re looking at in the front row. The HK417P was made for Austria and is a combination of the HK417 assault rifle and G28 precision rifle. It is a semi-automatic […]
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Good afternoon suppressor lovers an welcome back to TFB's Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the new YHM Phantom 22 rimfire suppressor. Last week we got a good look at the Rugged Mustang22 rimfire can. This week we dig into the new SilencerCo Hybrid 46M multi-caliber modular suppressor that is […]
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Searching for firearm patents online can be an interesting way to spend one’s time. It offers a deeper insight into known models and, sometimes, it offers some rather pleasant surprises. One of such events happened to a reader, who tipped us about a patent for a PDW-style firearm recently granted to inventor Caleb Crye, of […]
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Photo Of The Day: Right above is a German soldier engaging long-range targets in the middle of the night. He’s using a Remington Mk 21 Precision Sniper Rifle at the International Specialty Training Center (ISTC) Alpine Sniper Course, in Hochfilzen training area, Austria. The Alpine Sniper Course went on for two weeks and was designed […]
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Hello fellow nocturnal enthusiasts, and welcome to another Friday Night Lights. Today we take a look at a rather uncommon set of dual tube night vision goggles. Fenn Night Vision makes these ANVIS goggles for pilots. They feature a wider field of view and in some cases can explode right off your face, more about […]
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Despite the ongoing dispute between Heckler & Koch and Haenel which has ground the Bundeswehr’s G36 replacement program to a halt the next optic to be mounted on Germany’s future service rifle has been selected. The Bundeswehr began their search for a new optic back in April 2018. Leonardo has been selected to supply the […]
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Iron sights, red dots, scopes, holographic weapon sights, and good ol’ guessing. There are so many ways to aim. Another option that some shooters use is visible lasers. Oftentimes, we see automatically activated lasers on defensive handguns, but what about your rifles or pistols? Viridian Weapon Technologies has a few versions of their HS1 visible […]
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Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) have announced a new addition to their range of Galil ACE rifles. The ACE-N 52 is chambered in 7.62x51mm and feeds from standard AR-10 magazines. The select fire rifle has had a number of ergonomic changes made, primarily with a new stock. Aiming at the military market, the ACE-N 52 has been announced […]
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Icarus Precision has expanded their ACE line of aluminum grip modules for the SIG Sauer P365 family of pistols by introducing the new Elite series. The features added to the ACE 365 Elite grip modules include a new grip shape and texture, built-in thumb rest, updated magwell, reinforced internal geometry, double undercut trigger guard and […]
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James was initially not hot on the Leupold Delta Point Micro red dot optic, but he agreed to review one on his Glock 19X anyways. It’s got a weird layout and a small window, but Leupold, and many Delta Point Micro users, all sing its praises as a small, low profile, and durable red dot. […]
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