Recently, True Velocity announced the acquisition of suppressor manufacturer Delta P. Design. Delta P is based in Oregon and specializes in 3D-printed suppressor technology. True Velocity and Delta P previously worked together as a part of True Velocity’s bid for the NGSW program. This acquisition comes when True Velocity is gearing up for a request in the forthcoming solicitation to submit a lightweight machine gun with a suppressor.
Over the last few years, the lever action has gained popularity within the shooting community. That has come because of the modernization of the platform, with manufacturers accommodating optics and red dot mounting into the design. At the same time, companies such as Ranger Point and Midwest Industries have provided stocks and handguards for the lever actions. Now, Rossi is proud to introduce their new R95 lever actions rifles chambered in .30-30 Winchester.