This is the place to see some of the new products that are being introduced at SHOT Show 2013. Let us know what you think!
On the surface, the AR-30A1 bears a family resemblance to its predecessor, the AR-30. But, every individual component of the AR-30 was scrutinized in the AR-30A1. As a result, only the pistol grip, buttpad, trigger, and a few small components from the AR-30 passed muster for the AR-30A1. All other components are new and/or improved. The result is a firearm that maintains its predecessor’s outstanding accuracy, light weight, and soft recoil while dramatically improving its ergonomics, adaptability, versatility, reliability and ease of use. Available in 338 Lapua and .300 WM.
Built on the G30 SF frame, the G30S combines the full capacity .45 Auto round count with a slimmer slide. This pistol offers a lighter, more easily concealable option for Law Enforcement and legal concealed-carry enthusiasts. Built in conjunction with elite law enforcement, the newest edition to the GLOCK product line brings a venerable history of consistency, dependability and safe performance in the powerful .45 Auto round.
Franklin Armory Billet Lowers
Franklin Armory’s custom designed billet lowers are now available! This design incorporates integrated ambidextrous, anti-rotational Quick Detach sling mounts. On the magwell, forward of the trigger is a textured Memory Index Point for safely resting the trigger finger when not ready to fire. The magazine well is also enlarged and beveled to facilitate quicker magazine changes. The integral trigger guard is over-sized to allow room for larger hands or gloves. The front of the magazine well is also textured to allow it to be used as a grip for forward support. These Built Lower Receivers come with a carbine length, 6-position collabsible stock buffer tube without any stock installed. This allows the customer to install whatever stock they prefer without paying for a generic one that they may likely remove anyway.
Remington Bolt Action Model 783
Remington is proving once again that you don’t need to break the bank to buy a great hunting rifle. Using the expertise that’s dominated bolt-action technology for more than 50 years, the engineering team at Remington started from scratch and combined their most advanced, accuracy-enhancing features to create an all-new platform. This sleek, hardworking tack-driver is even built differently. Perhaps the first thing you’ll notice are the striking lines of the new stock design. Inside, it’s a true performance-enhancer, with a dual-pillar bedding platform that free-floats the barrel for the ultimate in shot-to-shot consistency. Also helping deliver those inherently tight groups is a precision button-rifled barrel. For shot control, it’s equipped with the crisp new CrossFire™ trigger system that’s user adjustable to suit your preferences. Like with all Remington bolt actions, expect a lifetime of rock-solid reliability. Available in 270 Win, 30-06 Springfield, 308 Mag, and 7mm Remington Mag.
Ruger has taken their award winning LC9 pistol and paired it with the .380 Auto cartridge. The pistol features a dovetailed, high visibility 3-dot sight system with windage-adjustable rear sight and fixed front sight, a compact size fore easy pocket carrying, and for you New Yorkers that have lost your rights it features a 7 round magazine. Safety features of the LC380 include internal lock, manual safety, magazine safety and loaded chamber indicator which provides visual and tactile indication that chamber is loaded.
The HK45 Tactical, which was developed for the U.S. military’s next-gen handgun competition, offers a variant on the existing HK45. The HK45T adds an extended threaded barrel for suppressors and high-profile, three-dot tritium night sights. HK plans to offer the full-size HK45T in black, tan, or green with changeable backstraps and molded finger grooves. The HK45T can be converted to nine different trigger firing modes including an enhanced double-action-only “LEM” (Law Enforcement Modification) mode.
Masterpiece Arms MPAR 556 Rifle
This new rifle design has been under development throughout 2012 and will include some serious features; including a short stroke piston design and a lightweight, free floating, two piece aluminum hand-guard with user-located picatinny rails. It will also include an innovative front handguard cap to keep debris out of the internals of the handguards while providing strength and stability to the assembly.
The MPAR 556 Rifle also features a side folding 6-position polymer buttstock, locked bolt action, a side charging-handle with forward-assist, and is compatible with standard AR15 / M16 magazines. Disassembly is also designed to be very user friendly, both for access to the internals of the weapon, as well as the piston assembly housed in the front handguard.
Desert Tactical Stealth Recon Scout A1
The Stealth Recon Scout A1 (SRS-A1) is nearly a foot shorter than conventional sniper rifles, maintains 1/2 MOA or better accuracy, and can be easily adapted to individual mission requirements by changing the weapon’s caliber and length. Whether a police sniper is shooting 50 yards or a military sniper is shooting a mile the SRS offers unrivaled flexibility in a package shorter than the M16 battle rifle. The SRS is quickly convertible between the following calibers: .308 Winchester (22″ and 26″ barrels), .260 Remington, 6.5×47 Lapua, 7mm Winchester Short Mag, .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Norma Magnum, and .338 Lapua Magnum. The caliber conversion and return to zero is simple and takes less than 60 seconds.
Chiappa Triple Barrel Shotgun
The Chiappa Triple Crown features a side by side barrel configuration with the third barrel on top giving the shooter a single barrel sight plane with multiple barrel performance. Each barrel is machined to accept Rem-Choke style choke tubes and each shotgun includes 5 choke tubes ranging from Improved Cylinder to Full Choke. The thunder is released with a single mechanical trigger that provides simplistic reliability and lightning fast speed for follow up shots.
Keeping the design simple, Chiappa chose mechanical extractors for the first production release which will be available in 12 gauge with 3″ chambering. The Triple Crown features a 28″ barrel and weighs in at a surprisingly light and well balanced 8.5 lbs. And if that is not enough, the Triple Crown has a rowdy relative that is sure to grab your attention with an 18.5″ barrel and boasting the name of the Triple Threat!
The next generation of submachine gun is here. Introducing the SIG MPX, a machine pistol that redefines the category. The SIG MPX is the world’s first submachine gun that operates with a fully closed and locked rotating bolt system, greatly enhancing operator safety. The SIG MPX employs the SIG SAUER® battle-proven gas-operated short stroke piston system for unequalled reliability in the field, even under the most adverse conditions. The SIG MPX is the only submachine gun that allows the operator to change barrel length, caliber and stock configuration in the field to meet mission requirements.