CMMG’s New Mk57 Pistols and SBRs in FN 5.7x28mm

Press release: CMMG has announced the release of a new line of AR pistols and short-barreled rifles (SBR’s) chambered in FN 5.7x28mm.  Available in 5-inch barreled BANSHEE and 8-inch barreled PSB configurations, each model in the new Mk57 GUARD line is fed from FN 5.7 pistol magazines and uses CMMG’s patent-pending Radial Delayed Blowback operating […]

New From Thompson/Center: Performance Center T/C Long Range Rifle

Sleepy brand no more, Thompson/Center has just launched a chassis gun. We’ll get hands-on at the NRA Show here and hopefully follow up with a review soon. With T/C’s reputation for accuracy and an MSRP of just $1,211, this guy should prove popular. T/C’s press release follows . . . Performance Center® Introduces T/C® Long Range Rifle in […]

TacStar’s Brass Catcher: Gimmick or Gear?

TacStar, a subsidiary of Lyman Products, announced an addition to their existing line of aftermarket long-gun products. The newcomer is the TacStar Brass Catcher, a device that mounts to the Picatinny rail of AR-platform rifles. According to the company, the product’s aluminum component is fully adjustable and low profile, meaning it can be used in […]

New For 2017: Strasser RS 14

May I not be struck down for the blasphemy I’m about to utter – I’m sick of AR 15s. Based on the tepid reaction to that statement from the rest of the TTAG crew at the 2017 SHOT show, I’m not alone with my thoughts. On the prowl for the sort of thing that would […]

New from Sightmark: Universal Green Laser Boresight Pro

Press release [via ammoland.com]: Sighting in an optic can be a time consuming and cartridge-killing task. Designed to reduce ammo waste, the Sightmark Universal Green Laser Boresight Pro (SM39044) attaches to the end of your barrel and produces a strong green laser, allowing you to sight-in or double-check zero on your rifle, shotgun, or pistol with […]

Early Season Deer Behavior: Liberte Austin Hunting Tips

All summer long, deer carelessly present themselves in ideal hunting spots. Then, as hunting season approaches, they seem to disappear into thin air. There are a lot of reasons why this happens. First and hopefully most obvious is YOU. Deer have very keen senses. Sensibly enough, they sense man’s presence as a threat. All of a sudden, after a long […]

Project Build: The Ultimate Mosin Nagant

I had been feeling bad about my poor Mosin. There it was, sitting under a bunk bed in the cabin. All but forgotten and slowly rusting away. It had probably been two years since it was last fired. I know I’m not alone here – there are maybe 4,000,000 Mosin Nagants in the U.S.. Hard […]

Obscure Object Of Desire: The Ultimate Mosin-Nagant?

Here at TTAG, we love the lowly Mosin-Nagant.  I waxed historical about it last September, and Ralph just taught you all you need to know about its care, grooming and feeding.  From buttplate to bayonet, the cheap and ugly Russian utters a sturdy Proletariat challenge: Mock me at your peril, capitalist pig!  Today’s object of […]

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