Warner & Swasey have a long legacy within the firearms industry. The company produced the scope for the iconic M1903 Springfield that saw use in both World Wars. Geissele Automatics brings back the Warner & Swasey name and introduces a new optic with the RDSMicro MOA3. The new red dot features a 3-MOA red dot, shake awake, 20,000-hour battery life, and integrated backup sights.
Firearms|Firearm Accessories Geissele Automatics is known for making some of the best triggers and handguards currently on the market. Geissele has steadily grown in popularity over the years due to […]
News|Industry News That time is upon us again where we drive or fly thousands of miles across the U.S. to visit family for the Thanksgiving holiday. That also means the […]
Firearms|Rifles It’s November and Geissele Automatics has released another Icon rifle to be given away in a sweepstakes. The new Icon rifle is a metallic blood red rifle that commemorates […]
News|Industry News The Geissele ICON rifle is a way the company wishes to honor and serve memorial to important dates to our nations history and within their company. The ICON […]
Recently, Reptilia Corp added to their already extensive lineup of optics mounts. Reptilia is known for making mounts for popular red dots and add-on RMR mounts for LPVO’s. Now, Reptilia brings the ROF-90 mount to market for the 30mm Geissele Super Precision Mount and Aimpoint red dots.
Everyone knows that Geissele makes some of the best rifles on the market. As, well as rails, triggers, charging handles, and lower parts kits. Geissele products are synonymous with quality, durability, and impeccable performance.
Geissele continues to grow their product line extensively over the last couple of years. Geissele has started the manufacturing and production of bolt carrier groups (BCG’s) and barrels. They have added the Special Agent line of products that are parts used to fulfill parts for government agencies, mainly the FBI. Now, Geissele has jumped into the optics market with the Super Precision 1-6x optic.
Geissele Automatics Announces The Acquisition Of Barrett Firearms Designs For The 240LW & 240LWS Machineguns
Yesterday, on Instagram Geissele Automatics announced their acquisition of the 240LW and 240LWS machine guns technical data package and intellectual property from Barrett Firearms. Barrett also announced it has entered a technical support agreement for the 240 LW and 240 LWS with Geissele Automatics.
I originally didn’t plan to do a post about Cyber Monday deals. As, I was roaming the internet I couldn’t deny some of the deals out there nor share them. So, here I am again with more holiday deals for your firearm needs.
Alright, ladies and gentleman it is time for Round Two of Black Friday Deals. As, I was browsing the internet I found 7 more Black Friday Deals you should look into this weekend.
Just like everyone else who is having big sales on electronics, tools, and home goods so is the firearms industry. The black Friday sales available for this upcoming shopping weekend have already started for some firearm retailers. There are a lot of good deals out there.
What if you didn’t have to ball on a budget? What would you build? Most of us when we build a rifle are always prioritizing what is important in the rifle build. We can usually splurge here or there on certain parts of the build. You might spend a little extra cash on the barrel, trigger, or BCG. You always look to make a highly optimized rifle but, it doesn’t have that full touch of complete. At, least I have that feeling during a build.
This Labor Day weekend there has been plenty of firearm companies with some great deals to offer. A lot of the companies will be mainstays where you know you can always find a good deal.
Geissele is synonymous with great craftsmanship, quality, and a premium price point when it comes to their rifles, rifle parts, and optic mounts. I am personally a fan of their triggers. I currently use two of them in rifle builds I have. Recently, I was on there website and noticed they have released some new products.
Lately, I have been thinking about what makes a good rifle build? Is it the quality of the parts? Is it about buying from established companies? Or is it about buying the top tier products in every part of your build?
One person might tell you to buy quality parts. My grandfather would say, “Buy quality cause you know it will last.” I do believe that to be true when purchasing goods. Putting good quality parts into your build you know it will give you the longevity you are looking for.