Newest Uzi Pistols in 2015

The Uzi brand is widely known for its yearly sales with over 2 million carbines and pistols all over the world since 1963. The Uzi Submachine Guns was invented and patented by Uziel Gal who gave its production rights to the Israeli Ministry of Defense.

The iconic submachine gun is recognized worldwide for its boxy lines and snub-nosed barrel that will sport two new models in 2015. The Uzi Pro and Uzi Pro SB will debut with plenty of offers for gun shooters.

The Uzi Pro and Uzi Pro SB Pistols are one of the many innovations from the gun industry. It now features the most advanced firearm technology with added functionality and design. The Uzi Pro is built to perfection with uncompromising performance and reliability on a powerful design.

It displays a very advanced polymer pistol grip which reduces total weight and uses an integrated magazine release button for faster and easier magazine changes.
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Meanwhile, the cocking handle permits a full length Picatinny rail on the top receiver cover. It also has added functionality such as additional accessory placement due to a small Picatinny rail into its polymer body mounted just below the barrel.

The second model is the Uzi Pro SB (Stabilizing Brace), which is equipped with a side folding stabilizing brace. This was designed to aid shooters with mobility in order for them to operate and achieve greater accuracy while shooting efficiently and effectively.

Both the Pro and SB pistols feature important safety mechanisms including conventional manual thumb safety, firing pin block and a grip safety that should be depressed first before it can be cocked and fired. Further, the pistols have two magazines, one with a 20-round capacity and the other one is a 25-rounder.

Moreover, for one to own an Uzi pistol doesn’t come as easy as it can be. It comes with a price, a great price but with sufficient value.

Newest Smith & Wesson M&P Ported Pistols

Smith & Wesson has announced the release of four additional M&P Ported Pistol models that comes with ported and lightened slides. The latest models are designed to be competition-ready for every gun player.

The four new versions of M&P pistols comes in different ranges of size from 9mm and .40 S&W and 4.25 and the 5 inch full size configurations.

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Design and Innovation

The pistols are designed to have a V-style port at the muzzle end of the barrel and includes 6 cutouts at the slides. However, only two are used to vent gas while the cutouts lightens the slide, enabling to increase cycle time and lowers felt recoil.

The built in accurate platform of M&P’s low bore axis, allows an enhanced competition gun that will hit any target ranges. In addition, it will also aid in shorter split times and more rounds on target.

For gamers who want to seek fast action cycles and shave fractions of seconds off their splits, this kind of pistol works best for a gaming thrilled with action.
Moreover, this M&P ported pistols accept a range of micro red dot sights due to its machined slides with adapter plates. In order to clear the base of MRDS, they use a tall suppressor sight to enable it to be use even if malfunction occurs.

An addition to its efficient feature, is the Performance Center Trigger which is set at 4.5 pounds with an adjustable over travel stop. So not only is the new trigger race-ready, something that’s never been very true for M&P pistols in general, if the user decides to upgrade it with aftermarket parts the over travel stop can still be used with other trigger.

All the models of M&P ported pistols are equipped to let the shooters have a straightforward polymer-framed striker fired competition ready. As such, all four models are priced at $812.

West Virginia: Kansas added to handgun reciprocity list

State officials have added Kansas to the list of states where West Virginians with a valid concealed weapons permit can legally carry a hidden gun. West Virginia now has full reciprocity with 23 other states on concealed weapons permits, meaning valid permit holders from West Virginia can carry hidden handguns in those states, and valid permit holders from those states can legally carry here.

Congratulations! +1 to those who support the Second Amendment

Ruger Firearms 2011 Gun Manufacture of the Year.

For the past couple years Ruger has become one of the most advanced gun manufactures in the world. Their firearms are constantly winning new awards back to back (Gun of the year). This month they have a huge cover on the magazine of Guns and Ammo. We have announced Ruger as Gun Manufacture of the Year for 2011.

 

Sturm, Ruger & Company was founded by William B. Ruger and Alexander McCormick Sturm in 1949 in a small rented machine shop in Southport, Connecticut.[3] Just prior to their partnership, Bill Ruger had successfully duplicated two Baby Nambu pistols in his garage, from a captured Nambu that he acquired from a returning US Marine, at the close of World War II. When it came to designing their first auto pistol, Ruger decided to incorporate the looks of the German 9mm Luger and the American Colt Woodsman into their first commercially produced .22 caliber pistol (see Ruger Standard), which became so successful that it launched the entire company

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Ruger has been evolving into one of the most advanced gun manufactures in the world. They have came out with the Ruger LCP, LCR (.38, .357, & .22lr), LC9, SR9, and now the SR22. Each one of these pistols are remarkable. Thousands of customers are pouring into gun shows just to get a chance to hold one of these top notch pistols/revolver.

Each and every pistol Ruger comes out with is a hands down winner. Gun stores are having the hardest time of keeping these pistols in stock.

 

 

We are very proud to announce that Ruger has won our Gun Manufacture of the Year award.

 

Gun Enthusiast of The Week

We have announced her gun enthusiast of the week because of her true desire to protect herself.

 

 

Week 01/27/2012 I made a traffic stop on an elderly lady the other day for speeding on MN State Highway at Mile Marker 197 just East of Mcgregor, MN. I asked for her driver’s license, registration, and proof of insurance. The lady took out the required information and handed it to me. In with the cards I was somewhat suprised (due to her advanced age) to see she had a conceal carry permit. I looked at her and asked if she had a weapon in her possession at this time. She responded that she indeed had a .45 automatic in her glove box. Something….body language, or the way she said it made me want to ask if she gad any other firearms. She did admit to also haviung a 9mm Glock in her center console. Now I had to ask one more time if that was all. She responded once again that she did have just one more, a .38 special in her purse. I then asked her what was she so afraid of.

She looked me right in the eye and said, “Not a f—ing thing!”

Gun sales at record levels, according to FBI background checks

Courtesty of: CNN

WASHINGTON (CNN) — December holiday shoppers were not just interested in buying the hottest electronics and toys — they also were purchasing record numbers of guns, according to the latest FBI figures on background checks required to buy firearms.

With a few days left in December, the FBI reports the number of background checks has already topped the previous one-month record — set only in November — of 1,534,414 inquiries by gun dealers to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System also known as NICS. Almost half a million checks were done in just the last six days before Christmas.

Two days before Christmas, NICS ran 102,222 background checks, which was the second-busiest day in history. The one-day record was set this year on Black Friday, the big shopping day following Thanksgiving, with 129,166 searches. By comparison, the previous one-day high was set November 28, 2008, when gun dealers made slightly less than 98,000 requests for background searches.

It’s not possible to tell exactly how many guns have been purchased because buyers often take home more than one gun. But most people pass the background checks. Only 1.3% of the searches result in people being denied permission to buy a weapon, said FBI spokesman Steve Fischer.

FBI officials did not offer a theory on the spike in gun sales. It’s also not clear how many of the background checks were for people who never had owned guns before and how many were for gunowners adding to their collections.

The National Rifle Association says the figures indicate more people feel they need guns for self defense.

“I think there’s an increased realization that when something bad occurs, it’s going to be between them and the criminal,” NRA spokesman Andrew Arulanandam told CNN. Arulandandum said Americans realize police cannot be everywhere there’s trouble and also that some officers are being laid off due to budget cutting.

The NRA spokesman also said an increased number of Americans are participating in skeet shooting and other gun sports.

A leading gun-control organization says repeat buyers most likely are responsible for the holiday surge in guns sales.

“The research we’ve seen indicates fewer and fewer people are owning more and more guns,” said Caroline Brewer of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. “All the trends indicate the number of Americans who own guns has declined.”

“It would appear because of fear-mongering by the NRA since (President Barack) Obama’s election that people are adding more guns to their arsenals out of fear Obama and the Democrats will take away their guns, which is absurd,” said Brewer.