New Hydro Dipping Camouflage by TWN Industries: BullGator

Princeton, FL – TWN Industries Inc., the leading Water Transfer Printing supplier is happy to announce its new BullGator Camouflage hydro dipping film. BullGator Camo is a unique naturally occurring non-stick and leaf pattern that has both micro and macro elements. It is taken directly from one of the world’s meanest and only remaining prehistoric predators, the American Alligator. Read more

Colt Introduces the Colt Combat Unit Carbine

WEST HARTFORD, CT – The Colt M4 continues to be the platform of choice amongst Military, Law Enforcement, and firearms enthusiasts alike. Now Colt is offering yet another option for enthusiasts looking for that robust and well-fielded platform – the Colt Combat UnitTM carbine, featuring Colt’s new mid-length gas system.

The Colt Combat UnitTM carbine offers many of the features you love about the Colt M4 platform, but now Colt is introducing its first production mid-length gas system. “Producing a mid-length gas system was the logical next-step for us, and it’s long overdue,” said Justin Baldini, Director of Product Marketing for Colt. “Shooters will find that by moving the gas block closer to the muzzle as this mid-length gas system does, the felt recoil is more constant with what is fielded by our troops carrying a 14.5″ barrel M4.” Read more

Lyman Auto-Advance Target System

The new Lyman Auto-Advance Target System is a revolutionary design, offering shooters the ability to change targets at up to 200 yards with the press of a button! No more walking downrange to replace targets, or waiting for cease-fires! The Auto-Advance Target System is battery operated, so there is no need for wires and power outlets, plus it disassembles easily for transportation back and forth to the range. The Auto-Advance Target System has steel protection plates that are rated for use with all rimfire calibers. The Auto-Advance Target System comes with a roll of standard bullseye targets. Additional 50 foot target rolls are available with bullseye, animal and silhouette designs. Read more

Henry Repeating Arms Raises over $27,000 for Sick Indiana Boy

BAYONNE, NJ – Henry Repeating Arms of Bayonne, NJ designed and donated 33 custom Henry Golden Boys to raise funds for 3-year-old Brayden of Indiana who was born prematurely at 3 pounds, 2 ounces with a condition that left his intestines outside of his stomach. The surgery to remedy this condition led to infections and now most of Brayden’s organs need to be replaced, excluding his heart and lungs.Anthony Imperato, President of Henry Repeating Arms immediately offered the family assistance through the Guns for Great Causes branch of Henry Repeating Arms. The 33 special edition rifles were auctioned off and sold across the country to generate funds to help Brayden’s family cover the cost of the anti-rejection drugs that are required for a successful transplant operation of this severity. Read more

U.P. welcomes Marble Arms exhibit to Iron Industry Museum

‘Inventing the Outdoors’ opens in Negaunee with reception Oct. 30The exhibit celebrating Webster Marble and his Gladstone company will travel from the Michigan History Museum in Lansing to the Upper Peninsula next week. “Inventing the Outdoors” opens at the Michigan Iron Industry Museum in Negaunee Sunday, Oct. 30, with a reception from 1 to 3 p.m. The exhibit will run through mid-October 2017.

Although Marble is not the household name it was when Theodore Roosevelt and Admiral Robert Peary carried Marble Arms products on their expeditions, outdoor enthusiasts still revere the name. “Inventing the Outdoors” explores Marble’s genius for practical innovation, constant product improvement and marketing. Marble eventually owned more than 60 patents for outdoor products. His designs for knives, compasses, matchboxes, axes and gunsights set the standard for the 20th century. Read more

Judge Strikes Newtown Parents’ Suit Against Remington

A Connecticut Superior Court judge today decided in favor of the Remington Outdoor companies, Camfour Holding and Riverview Sales and struck the amended case brought by some families of the victims in the Sandy Hook School tragedy based on allegations of negligent entrustment.

In the decision, the judge said that the plaintiffs’ allegations did not meet the narrow exception for “negligent entrustment” allowed in the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) nor did it meet this standard under Connecticut law.

“The court ruled as it should in this case,” said NSSF Senior Vice President and General Counsel Larry Keane. “We are again reminded of the bulwark that the PLCAA provides the industry against unreasonable litigation of this type even as Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has repeatedly called for its repeal.”

You can read the 54-page decision at

LockedOn 360 Mobile Gun Vise

Successful hunters have been on hundreds of deer hunts, but every hunter knows that only a handful of hunts make meaningful memories. For example, the first successful deer hunt is burned into the memory of every hunter. The hunt that produced their “buck of a lifetime” is also unforgettable.

The ultimate unforgettable memory- the first time a young hunter – son, daughter, grandchild, child of a family friend -kills their first deer.

Until you do that, you only think you know all the things that can go wrong on a hunt. One of the most discouraging things that can go wrong for a young hunter is missing their first shot or worst wounding the game when the big moment finally arrives.

While nothing can be done about buck fever in a young hunter, the chances of a miss can be vastly reduced if the young hunter has a stable rest for the shot.

LockedOn 360 tip of the week: Take your youth to the gun range. Place a 22 or similar small caliber firearm in the LockedOn 360, give them great hearing protection and let them get comfortable shooting with a scoped gun. Build their confidence though different scenarios, distances and target sizes. Wait to introduce the larger caliber firearm once in the hunting stand. Read more

Birchwood Casey SportLock Soft Case Series

The new line of SportLock™ Soft Gun Cases from Birchwood Casey® provides hunters and shooters quality protection for their firearms when a bulky hard case isn’t needed.

SportLock Cases are heavily padded with a durable quilted liner and have heavy- duty zippers throughout. External accessory pockets are streamlined to prevent snagging. Pistol cases have an interior microfleece lining with a muzzle sleeve to help secure the firearm. The pistol cases also have a locking zipper pull and unzip to lay flat, acting as a mat. Read more

Savage Arms Adds 6.5 Creedmoor into Its AXIS and AXIS II Lineups

Savage Arms is pleased to announce its extension of 6.5 Creedmoor in nine existing rifle models, including several entry-level offerings priced less than $500. Shipments of these firearms are currently being delivered to dealers.Since its introduction, the 6.5 Creedmoor has become one of the most popular hunting cartridges on the market. Savage Arms has added nine new rifles chambered for the hot, flat-shooting cartridge. They include the new 16 Lightweight Hunter, AXIS, AXIS LH, AXIS XP AXIS XP Camo, AXIS XP Stainless, AXIS II XP, AXIS II XP Stainless and AXIS II XP Hardwood. Read more
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