Bergara Premier Series Long Range Rifle (offered in 6mm Creedmoor)
B-14 HMR (offered in 6.5 Creedmoor)
Lawrenceville, Ga. – There’s a new caliber on the block and it’s quickly taking over the rifle scene. In fact, in 2017 nearly every company that introduced a new long gun did so in 6.5 Creedmoor. And why not? It shoots flatter, has lighter recoil, cuts through the wind better and is just flat out more accurate than its predecessor, the venerable .308. It’s basically a do-anything cartridge that excels at hunting, long range shooting, in a bolt gun, an AR and a chassis rifle. Read more
Browning Introduces the Exquisite B15 Beauchamp –
The Next Great Browning Over and Under Shotgun
In 1925 John M. Browning designed, and Fabrique Nationale d’Herstal in Belgium built, the first B25 over and under shotgun – considered by generations to be one of the finest over and under shotguns ever made. The B25 is still available from Browning as part of the John M. Browning Collection.
For 2017 Browning is introducing the B15 Beauchamp over and under shotgun as part of the John M. Browning Collection. The storied gunsmiths of Fabrique Nationale d’ Herstal, Belgium, will exquisitely enhance each new B15, meaning that owners of the new shotgun can expect balance and reliability from precision engineering plus the finest of aesthetic finishes.
The heart of the new B15 is the locking system and technical features shared with the legendary B25. New and innovative elements include a low-profile receiver, performance enhancing mechanical triggers, back-bored Vector Pro™ Barrels and Invector-DS™ choke tubes.
The new B15 will be offered in four grades with a choice of exceptional engravings and wood grades. Varying buttplates and forearm styles are also availabe in the four grades of the B15.
Suggested Retail Prices:
Grade B – $12,999.99
Grade C – $15,499.99
Grade D – $17,999.99
Grade E – $20,499.99
For more information on Browning products, please visit the website at www.browning.com.
(FORT SMITH, Ark.) – Walther Arms, Inc. announces an update to the P22 pistol, the P22QD. The great ergonomics and reliability of the P22 are unchanged. However, there is an added de-cocking safety, updated safety markings from ‘S’ and ‘F’ to a traditional red dot, and the recoil spring is now fully captured.
With the new safety system, the pistol cannot be cocked with the safety on. If the firearm is cocked and then the safety lever is moved to the safe position, the hammer will safely let down, de-cocking the pistol. When the user is ready to fire, the safety lever can be placed in the fire position and then pull the SA/DA trigger to fire the chambered round.
There are close to one million P22’s in the hands of American citizens already and every P22 can be easily converted to a threaded barrel with an available aftermarket adapter (512105) that adapts the M8x.075 barrel to 1/2″x28 threads for a suppressor. Because of this, the P22 is one of the most popular suppressed firearms in existence.
Every P22, including the new P22QD, has a single action / double action trigger, a manual safety, and legendary Walther reliability. Read more