The IWA — Europe’s SHOT Show — just concluded in Nuremberg. Here are a few items I found that could be headed to The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave:
Ritter & Stark, the Austrian maker of high end tactical rifles introduced their new SX-1 MTR (modular tactical rifle).
T-rail attached to barrel – helps maintain zero
Special treatment for barrel – prevents corrosion and scratches
Modular calibers – .308, 300 Win Mag, .338 Lapua
Collapsable stock with an option to change out and replace with aftermarket stock
Remington 700 trigger with trigger safety
Will maintain 1/2 MOA grouping to up to 5000 rounds for .308 and 300 win mag
Will maintain 1/2 MOA grouping to up to 2000 rounds for .338 lapua
Distributed through Euro optics in the USA
CAA showed off their Micro Roni conversion kit for Glock 19/17 into an SBR or non-NFA pistol with arm brace. Two-step assembly. MSRP ~ $250.
Additionally, Trijicon is rolling out a new mount.
New from H&K are variations on the popular VP9 polymer line (known in Europe as the SFP9).
Surefire‘s adding a civilian version of the Aviator dual output light. Instead of the IR and white light version, it will feature a white light with and a second light available in various color options. This second light is great for keeping your night vision when working in dark environments. MSRP $298