The Boberg XR9-S looks kind of funny. The ejection port is situated rearward and the magazine looks backwards. But when you understand how it works, you realize this thing is the ideal concealed carry handgun.
Unveiled at SHOT Show 2014, the Sig P320's hammer-less, striker-fired design is out of character for Sig, but what's really remarkable is you basically get two handguns in one, thanks to interchangeability from a full-sized service pistol to a shorter-barreled compact concealed carry gun.
Let Gun Digest be your guide to the annual Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show with this gun blogosphere roundup of the top 10 coolest new AR-15s and accessories from the show.
Introduced at SHOT Show 2014, the SIG556xi can be changed to any of three calibers, 5.56x45mm NATO, 300 Blackout, and 7.62x39mm. Users can also quickly change out the non-serialized lower receiver, allowing the use of either AR-style STANAG or rock-and-lock AK-style mags.
Travis Haley, of Haley Strategic, shoots a modified VTAC 1-5 Drill and explains why we use drills like these in our AR-15 training.
The Ruger SR40 is a striker-fired handgun that offers a host of unique features, exceptional reliability, great ergonomics, and excellent accuracy. It is also modestly priced, with an MSRP of only $525.
The Windham Weaponry MPC AR-15 is forged in the old Bushmaster Firearms tradition. Now, Windham Weaponry is bringing back the original quality of the best selling AR-15 Rifle in America. The Team Sootch Video Blog reviews this fine AR.
The company that brought us the first AR proves it still has tricks up its sleeve with the AR-30A1 — a refined bolt-action sniper rifle.
The SR-762 offers the downrange authority of the .308 cartridge in a two-stage, piston-driven rifle. Ruger says it runs cooler and cleaner than traditional gas-driven AR-style guns.