Firearms|Handguns Recently, SIG Sauer announced a unique and rare pistol that honors the winners of the Best Ranger. This pistol commemorates the upcoming 2021 Best Ranger Competition held in Fort […]
News| Military The U.S. Army has confirmed the procurement of Barrett’s Multi-Role Adaptive Design (MRAD) rifle as their new sniper rifle. Also, know as the MK22. The $50 million dollar […]
News|Military Yesterday, Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy announced the removal or suspension of fourteen leaders at Fort Hood. Those leaders where either relieved or suspended after an independent […]
News|Military FN America has recently announced that the U.S. Army has awarded the company a contract to produce and deliver new M249 SAWs (Squad Automatic Weapon) for its soldiers. The […]
Last week, Sig Sauer announced the sale of Surplus M17 pistols to the civilian market. Really? Already? Some of you might be asking. There is a reason why Sig Sauer has a surplus of the military’s new M17 pistol. The U.S. Army has decided to transition away from the original coyote tan controls to pistols with black finished controls.
Last week, the U.S. Army released the finalist for the Next Generation Squad Weapon Program. The Army was fielding prototype rifle and automatic rifle to replace the M-16. Three companies were chosen to advance with their prototype rifles. That was Sig Sauer, General Dynamics, and AAI/Textron Systems.
On this day seventy-five years ago young men of the Allied Forces where preparing to raid the beaches of Normandy. Young American soldiers were preparing for the daunting task laid before them to secure Normandy beach, guarantee a Allied Victory, and change the course of the War.