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Etched in Steel, Commemorating Operations Enduring Freedom & Iraqi Freedom

Commemorative Firearms are a class of their own in that they can sometimes be seen as the wall plaques of small arms. Simple ones have a small engraving or something etched in the metal or wood while much more ornate ones can be gold plated and even diamond stuffed. In this case, Miles takes a look […]

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Iconic Polish FB Radom Pistol to Return To Production

2018 is set to see the return of Fabryka Broni Łucznik-Radom (FB Radom)’s iconic pistol, the wz.35 VIS, widely known simply as the Radom. Milmag reports that the pistol will return to production next year and hopefully be available in the in the second half of 2018. While the production runs won’t be large, FB Radom […]

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POTD: Well There’s Your Problem, It Bends To The Left

Thanks to Hrachya for sharing this photo. Liberty Suppressors posted this on their Facebook page with just this caption: When someone makes unauthorised mods to their Mystic X… Unfortunately there is no other information regarding this in the post. So my mind is on fire trying to figure out how and why this happened. How […]

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NEW Hornady Law Enforcement: TAP, Sub-X & Critical Duty Ammo Selections

Target shooters, hunters and those who conceal carry for their own personal protection often seek out and use specialty ammo; ammunition that is created by manufacturers for specific applications. To that same extent, law enforcement can have specific needs based on their intended use in the field. To fill that need, a category of Hornady […]

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TFBTV’s New Executive Producer: James “J.J.” Reeves

Hey Everyone, With Steve Johnson retiring, I’ll be heading up TFBTV.  Steve, Alex Capps, and I kicked off TFBTV on January 20, 2015, which was Day 1 of SHOT Show 2015. Our third anniversary is closing in on us, and in that time, TFBTV has grown from nothing to almost 400,000 subscribers, and we should […]

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Limited Edition Savage A22

About a year ago, Savage Arms launched a new line of rimfire rifles called the A22. From the information I’ve received, the guns seem to be selling well. Well enough, it would appear, for the company to offer a limited run of special A22 rifles. The new A22 FV FDX XP is a straight blowback […]

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New AlphaWolf Pistol Caliber Carbine from Lone Wolf Distributors

Lone Wolf Distributors officially announced the company was introducing a new pistol caliber carbine (PCC) in .45 ACP. This new gun is called the AlphaWolf Pistol Caliber Carbine and is completely different from the existing G9 pistols and carbines the company already manufactures. The new rifle looks like a typical AR style PCC. However, this […]

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OFEK-308 Tactical Bolt Action Rifle by Kalashnikov Israel

I recently came across a couple of images of a new tactical bolt action rifle made by Kalashnikov Israel. This is the same company that made the futuristic AK ALFA. Images of the new rifle which is called OFEK-308 were published in March 2017 on the company’s Facebook page. Surprisingly there is no significant media coverage of […]

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Germany: SIG MCX for the German Police

The German Police in Schleswig-Holstein (location: think Northern Germany, Kiel) are spending $1.4 million USD to buy 522 pieces of SIG MCX rifles. The total includes accessories. The reason? To be better armed and prepared in the event of a terrorist attack. The Interior Secretary of State Mr. Torsten Geerdts said: “I am pleased that […]

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Husan Arms Shotgun MKA1919

I had the opportunity to check out a new version of the Husan Arms Shotgun MKA1919. The concept isn’t new, but if you haven’t seen one before, think of it as a “beefed-up” AR15, shooting 12 gauge. The model name of the shotgun pictured is MKAHMFR1203. As configured in the pictures the list price is […]

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FinnAccuracy’s BDC-system explained. What do you use for Long Range Shooting?

As you can imagine from the name Finnaccuracy is from Finland. They invent a lot of clever things for long range shooting, like the MSR reticle for instance. Ever since WWII and Simo Häyhä’s (nicknamed White Death) adventures against the Russians Finland has a name and respect in sniping. It’s probably no coincidence that the […]

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Sharps Rifle Company Loses Lawsuit Against Founder

Broadsword Group, LLC, the owners of Sharps Rifle Company (makers of the Relia-Bolt and .25-45 Sharps upper receivers for the AR-15), has been ordered to pay nearly three quarters of a million dollars to one of its founding members, Michael H. Blank, by the US District Court of Eastern Missouri. The case began when Blank […]

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Goodbye TFB! After over 10 Years I am Retiring, and I Have the Honor of Announcing the New TFB Leadership Team.

After 10 and a half years running TFB, I am finally retiring from blogging.  It has been a wild ride. I started a tiny blog in 2007, on a whim because I was shooting or hunting almost everyday, then watching it grow into a team of 25 writers and become the most read gun blog by a wide margin in 2017 is […]

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TFB Editor Phil White Retires: “Farewell to TFB May it Prosper for many years to come!”

It is with extreme sadness we must announce the retirement of Phil White. Phil writes … Some career decisions are easy to make while others are very difficult to decide. This decision was a difficult one for me but the conclusion was obvious. When a family member is ill and will be for a long […]

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Glorious Slow Motion By Tac TV

Here is a video posted by Vaporwar on Facebook. It has some fantastic slow motion video clips of firearms being fired. They have: PSM STG-44 AK47 FAL M249 I probably missed one or two. I liked seeing the bolt of the STG-44 unlocking as it chambers a cartridge then watching the giant hook pull it […]

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New Surefire XH35 1,000 lumens White-LED weaponlight

Already in September we told you about the upcoming Surefire XH35 weaponlight with 1000 lumens. It’s now been released on the market and is available for order on the Surefire website. The XH35 has a switch that allows you to change between 300 and 1,000 lumens, and the LED and the reflector are recoil-proof. It’s […]

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