.30 Carbine Motor Patrol Pistol


Available soonMKS Supply, Inc., Dayton, OH – Inland Manufacturing, makers of the Inland series of M1Carbines, debuts its new .30 Carbine caliber compact pistol.

Inland’s new M30-I.M.P. (Inland Motor Patrol pistol) is a compact version of Inland’s popular full size .30 Carbine caliber firearms. The M30-IMP is fitted into a special Inland/Sage aluminum pistol chassis with Ergo Sure Grip pistol grip and will accept any ATF approved arm brace that utilizes a standard AR style pistol buffer tube.

The 71/2-inch barrel is threaded (1/2×28 tpi) and comes with a thread protector. Each M30-IMP is shipped with one 10-round magazine and, like all Inland .30 Carbine firearms the magazine catch fits higher-capacity military and civilian magazines (See note below). Read more

Springfield Armory SAINT AR-15 Pistol

GENESEO, IL – With the new SAINT AR-15 pistol, Springfield Armory brings the same impact of its SAINT platform to a whole new category. The SAINT Pistol is highly capable and upgraded out of the box but in stock-free pistol form.

Instead of a rifle buttstock, the new SAINT AR-15 pistol features a rugged SB Tactical SBX-K forearm brace to reduce size, stabilize recoil, and enhance accuracy in one or two-hand shooting. A 7.5-inch barrel with a 1:7 twist makes the SAINT pistol small, fast, and ideal for CQB. The 416R stainless steel barrel is Melonite® treated to be harder and more accurate than chrome, and is chambered for 5.56 NATO (.223) so ammunition is affordable, versatile, and seriously capable.

The SAINT AR-15 pistol is built around high-end features that make SAINT rifles so popular. Springfield Armory’s exclusive Accu-Tite™ tension system increases the tension between the upper and the lower receivers, ensuring an ideal fit and reducing slop – no shake or rattle. Upper and lower receivers are forged Type III hard-coat anodized 7075 T6 aluminum. Read more

Aero Survival Rifle and Pistol Now Available As A Homebuilder Kit

Factory completed Aero Survival Pistol with SB Tactical arm brace shown for reference

Factory completed Aero Survival Rifle with AR handguard shown above for reference

TNW Firearms Introduces Homebuilder Kit With An ATF Approved 80% Receiver for the Aero Survival Rifle And Pistol

Vernonia, OR – TNW Firearms, a market leading designer and manufacturer of modern and historical firearms, has introduced their Aero Survival Rifle and Aero Survival Pistol in a Homebuilders Kit. Like all Aero Survival firearms, the completed kit is a takedown firearm for the ultimate in portability, making it the ideal emergency survival gun for outdoor enthusiasts, ranchers, pilots or anyone who needs a portable, rugged and reliable semi-automatic firearm. The Aero Survival Homebuilders Kit is perfect for any firearms enthusiast who wants the satisfaction of legally building their own firearm for personal use.

The Homebuilders Kit comes with an ATF approved 80% upper receiver tube that needs to be completed, but all of the other included parts are finished and ready for assembly. Detailed drawings and instructions to finish the 80% receiver tube and an exploded view of all the parts need to assemble the lower are included. The Rifle Homebuilders kit includes a 16.25″ barrel, The Pistol Homebuilders kit comes standard with an 8″ barrel. A 10.25″ pistol barrel is available upon request. The Aero Survival Rifle accepts standard AR15 butt stocks, buffer tubes and pistol grips which are sold separately. The TNW Handguard and handguard adapter are also sold separately. Read more

Pending Gun Legislation in Michigan

Pending Legislation, Part 2

Continuing from last week, at the request from our members, MCRGO E’News is reviewing several pending bills in the Michigan Legislature that MCRGO anticipates may move in the weeks and months ahead. A complete list of pending Michigan firearms legislation can be found on our website HERE.

Permitless Carry (Constitutional Carry)
Bills: House Bills 4416-4419

Details: In short, these bills would remove the requirement to have a concealed pistol license to carry a concealed firearm in public or in a vehicle while loaded. As no CPL would be required, no pistol safety class is required either. However, carry without a CPL would not provide the full benefits of a CPL including out-of-state reciprocity, the ability to borrow another person’s pistol, the exemption for a purchase permit for private party pistol sales, and an exemption from some gun free zones. It is unlikely these bills will be taken up by the Senate until a deal is reached to prevent a veto by the governor. The rapid passage of these bills in the House this spring along with public misunderstanding of the limitations of permitless carry is believed to be the primary reason behind the drop in total statewide CPL numbers this summer. Regardless of the prospects of passage, MCRGO strongly encourages gun owners to obtain a CPL and current CPL holders to renew their license when it expires. MCRGO continues to engage in public education on this issue.

Status: The legislation is pending committee consideration in the Senate having passed the full House.

Preemption Enforcement
Bills: Senate Bill 586 & House Bill 4616

Details: HB 4616 would put teeth in Michigan’s preemption law by requiring local units of government with illegal firearms ordinances to bring them into compliance with state law or award costs and reasonable attorney fees to the parties challenging the illegal ordinances. SB 586 would add additional local units of government including school districts and community colleges to those prescribed by preemption.

Status: Both bills are awaiting committee consideration in the Senate. HB 4616 has passed the House.

Penalty for an Expired CPL
Bill: House Bill 4458

Details: The legislation would eliminate the felony for carrying an expired CPL if the CPL has been expired for not more than 6 months and the person would otherwise qualify for a renewal. Instead of a felony charge, a $330 civil fine would be imposed. Even this civil fine would be waived if the person obtains a renewal CPL within 60 days after the violation.

Status: The legislation is pending committee consideration in the Senate having passed the full House.

Contact MCRGO via our website.

Nightforce Announces Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration With Ruger Rifle Promotion


Lavonia, GA — Nightforce® Optics, Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of premium sport optics and related products including riflescopes, spotting scopes, and accessories, announces the celebration of their 25th anniversary by offering a Special Edition Ruger® 10/22 rifle with the purchase of select Nightforce riflescopes. The promotion applies to riflescope purchases made from October 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017.”We’re celebrating a quarter-century of phenomenal success by ‘giving back’ to our steadfast fans and customers,” said Gordon Myers, Director of Sales and Marketing. Nightforce is offering a complimentary Nightforce 25th Anniversary Special Edition Ruger 10/22 at no additional charge with the purchase of select Nightforce riflescopes from authorized Nightforce Optics dealers. “Partnering with a trusted brand like Ruger and offering a limited edition of their renowned 10/22 rifle to purchasers of our riflescopes is a win-win for our consumers and dealers alike,” Myers said. “This exclusive offer honors our 25-year commitment to excellence in optics, embraced by shooting and hunting enthusiasts from amateur to professional, by delivering a truly legendary firearm to the collections of shooting enthusiasts. It’s our way of saying thank you to the shooting community that supports our industry,” he added.

Qualifying purchasers receive a Nightforce 25th Anniversary Special Edition Ruger 10/22 rifle featuring:
§ “Nightforce 25th Anniversary” engraved on red and black laminate hardwood stock
§ Receiver / Barrel – Satin Stainless, Threaded Barrel with Flash Hider (CA compliant model available)
§ NFO-0000 Serialization
§ Ruger® Combination Weaver Rail
§ Ruger® Clear BX-1-CLR 10-Round Mag
§ Ruger® BX-Trigger
§ Extended Magazine Release

This complimentary, no additional charge Nightforce 25th Anniversary Special Edition Ruger 10/22 rifle offer is good for new retail purchases of the following riflescope models only, while supplies last, from authorized Nightforce Optics dealers only:
§ ATACR 7-35×56 F1 Model Numbers: C569, C570, C571, C578
§ ATACR 5-25×56 F2 Model Numbers: C553, C554, C555
§ NXS 8-32×56 F2 Model Numbers: C350, C354, C437, C509, C530
§ Competition 42×44 Model Numbers: C558, C559
§ Competition 15-55×52 Model Numbers: C511, C512, C513, C514 Read more

SB Tactical MAG 20 and SB-SAC

Saint Petersburg, Fla. – SB Tactical™, inventors and manufacturers of the Pistol Stabilizing Brace™, has introduced two new accessories to its ever-expanding line of products for the PDW pistol market. The SB-MAG20 and SB-SAC are functional, common sense accessories that ensure quick, onboard access to vital components in sleek, compact units.

Designed by SB Tactical as the ideal transport and storage accessory for AR magazines and braced PDW pistols, the SB-MAG20 is an innovative magazine pouch that mounts inside most SB Tactical AR braces. Unlike many other AR mag pouches, the SB-MAG20 fits 5.56 aluminum GI, Magpul PMAG, and Lancer L5AWM 20 round magazines without requiring different pouches. The SB-MAG20 comes with a 1″ Velcro replacement strap for braces that have a 1 1/2″ strap and is available in Black or FDE. Read more

CleanShot® Now Available at Walmart


Innovative Ready.Aim.Clean. Technology for cleaning the bore of your shotgun is available just around the cornerMilford, MI – Huntego Limited, is pleased to announce that the industry’s first of its kind shoot-through bore cleaning cartridge, CleanShot, is now available at over 3,700 Walmart locations. As hunters and outdoorsman prepare to head out to pursue waterfowl, upland birds and participate in shooting sports, they can give this new efficient, convenient and compared to traditional field cleaning methods, more affordable shotgun cleaning solution a try.

“It is very rewarding to watch this innovation move from concept to reality to distribution nation-wide.” Stated Founder and Inventor Curt Whitworth. “Walmart is continually stepping up their sporting goods presence and to be part of their expanded selection is an honor. Now shotgun users across the country have the opportunity to experience our Ready.Aim.Clean technology.”

CleanShot is a patented high-velocity bore cleaning device that utilizes outward ballistic pressures to power scrub, trap particles and wipe the bore clean. Simply load a CleanShot round in the chamber like any other cartridge, safely fire and your gun is field-cleaned in an instant. Designed to be used in the field or at a range, CleanShot allows shooters to maintain their firearms with minimal cleaning equipment, effort and mess. Read more

Beretta APX Pistol Promotion

(Accokeek, MD) — Beretta is offering three free magazines and a free holster with the purchase of any new APX striker fired pistol untilDecember 31, 2017. For details on this promotion visit the online promotion page.

With the APX, Beretta delivers to the civilian market a pistol platform with superior performance in durability, reliability, accuracy and ergonomics. Nearly five years of incorporating both extensive laboratory research and feedback from hundreds of professional end-users ensures the APX is built to accomplish the mission, be it duty related or for personal protection. Read more

Mossberg Introduces 20-Gauge 590 Shockwave Non-NFA Pump-Action

Shipping Now to Wholesalers

North Haven, CT – Following the unprecedented success of the 590 Shockwave 12-gauge pump-action firearm, Mossberg announces the release of a 20-gauge version of the 590 Shockwave. Featuring a 14-inch barrel, “birds head” pistol grip and an overall length of 26.4 inches, the 590 Shockwave does not fall under the purview of the National Firearms Act (NFA) and does not require additional paperwork or the payment of a tax stamp for transfers. Federal Law does require the purchaser of this firearm to be 21 years of age. And coinciding with the announcement of this new 590 Shockwave, Mossberg is pleased to announce that the 20-gauge versions are already in production and shipping to wholesalers.

Based on the 590 pump-action design, the 20-gauge version of the Shockwave required an engineering redesign as this is the first time that Mossberg has offered the 590 platform in a smaller gauge. In addition to a scaled-down receiver, the cob-styled, tactical forend was reduced in overall size. Weighing in at a mere 4.95 lbs, this compact 20-gauge firearm combines the field-proven design of Mossberg’s legendary pump-action platform with the innovative Raptor® pistol grip from Shockwave Technologies; strapped forend for safe, controlled handling; and 6-round capacity. Read more

Accuracy Tip: Call Your Shots

By Glen Wunderlich

Many of us deer hunters will be sighting in our firearms in the coming weeks leading to the firearms deer opener November 15th.  This spell of unseasonably warm weather can make the chore more comfortable and can produce better results at the range, so why not take advantage of it?  Here are some tips.

Assuming a scoped firearm has been bore sighted, or maybe it has been shot previously, begin the target session at 25 yards with a single shot.  If it’s close to center, move the target to 100 yards and get comfortable.

The act of getting and remaining comfortable cannot be overly stressed, because the object is to minimize human error in the process.  Begin with good hearing protection, so that the firearm’s report can be adequately muffled.  Also, add some type of cushion at the shoulder to soften the effect of recoil; a folded towel can suffice under clothing.

A stable rest must be used to squeeze as much accuracy as possible from your deer gun.  Sand bags filled with sand or kitty litter are inexpensive and effective.  I like to recycle old socks by filling them with cat litter, twisting the open end and tying them securely with electrical tape and cutting them off cleanly with a utility knife.  If they develop holes from use, just stuff the defective one into another sock and tie it off.

What you don’t want to do is rest the firearm – and, especially the barrel – onto any hard surface.  While short bipods are convenient and hold a rifle steady, they will also cause the rifle to jump.  Believe it or not, the barrel can move before the bullet leaves the bore and this condition must be eliminated to get good readings on the target.

Next, dial the magnification up to or near maximum and aim for small targets instead of big black circles.  Now, with feet firmly on the ground and the firearm pulled tightly to the shoulder, a most difficult, yet critical, component to accuracy comes next:  holding steady and calling your shot.

No doubt, it’s a daunting task to relax and to make a good shot, when you know you are going to get walloped in the shoulder.  That’s why it’s important to pull the gun tight, but to do otherwise it to invite unpleasantness in results.

The art of calling shots must be acquired; otherwise, a shooter will never know why he or she is shooting targets that look more like shotgun patterns, as opposed to groups.  Calling a shot is not at all like Babe Ruth’s pointing to the stands and then knocking one out.  It is the act of stating where your hold was when the gun went boom without looking at the target to see the hole.

A heavy, sticky trigger can make the process difficult, if not impossible, and cannot be discounted as an enemy of accuracy.  However, you’ll have to gut it out, if that’s the case, or get it to a good gunsmith for tweaking or replacement.

With the scope at high magnification, a shooter can see any movement transmitted through the lens.  Even a heartbeat can be detected in the reticle.  Just because you may be shooting with iron sights or poor quality optics and can’t see any movement, doesn’t mean it’s not there; it is!  But, now that you’ve become aware of it, you’ll be able to settle down with optical feedback through the lens.

Concentrate on the small target and the crosshairs and be totally aware of the crosshairs’ position, as you attempt to get them to stop moving.  Slowly begin to squeeze the trigger, while taking constant note of the crosshair’s position relative to the target.  When the gun finally fires, you should be able to call the shot meaning you knew exactly where you were holding when the gun discharged.

Understanding this technique is crucial to accuracy.  Although there are many factors that contribute to accuracy, this one cannot be ignored.  Practice does not make perfect, unless it’s perfect practice.

 

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