PK-Series Machine Gun Gets Product-Improved.

The PK(Pulemet Kalashnikova) machine gun has been the standard Eastern Bloc 7.62mm machine gun since 1961. The upgraded PK machine gun, manufactured by Tznitochmash of Klimovsk, has been designated as the 6P41 Pecheneg. The 6P41 has reportedly already seen action in Chechnya, which is not exactly known as a fun place. Apparently, the upgrade consists of a new heavy barrel …

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Nice Jacket….Nice Gun!

Just the other day I was wondering about how to carry my gun in cold weather but without my jacket getting in the way when reaching for my gun. Then I ran into this site and my cold carry worries are all gone now. Enjoy! http://www.concealedcarrymethods.com/main/index.html

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Announcement: NLETA Offers Free E-Mail Newsletter.

The following is an announcement submitted by NLETA director Bryan Cox, who is one of our members: "The National Law Enforcement Trainers Association has launched thier free E-mail Newsletter. You do not have to be a member of the NLETA to sign up to receive law enforcement training announcements, articles, product reviews and other items of interest to law enforcement …

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Sako TRG-22 and TRG-42 Sniper Rifles. Sniping’s Best Kept Secrets?

Just a quick heads up about a couple of rifles that are currently being touted by some members of the long range interdiction cognoscenti as two of the best kept secrets in the world of advanced long distance problem solving. The TRG-22 is chambered for .308, while the TRG-42 is a .300 Win Mag/.338 Lapua platform. Click here to visit …

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Magpul Industries Corp. Introduces the MSS(Modular Stock System) at Shot Show.

Ya’ just gotta’ give it up to someone that can invent a better mousetrap. Rich Fitzpatrick of Magpul Industries Corp. appears to have done just that. Fitzpatrick is an ex-Marine who’s never much liked the M4′ carbine’s collapsible buttstock. He’s always felt it’s a bit too flimsy, doesn’t offer quite enough adjustment, and generally sucks ergonomically, thus providing a less-than-ideal …

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Press Release:

One of DefRev’s own(members, that is) has a new book out called "Combative Fundamentals, An Unconventional Approach". The author’s name is Jeff Gonzales. Jeff is an ex-Navy SEAL(Team 4), and now runs his own tactical training school, called "Trident Concepts Research Group", out of Prescott, Arizona. Here’s what the official press release says about the book: "Jeff Gonzales takes you …

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Trijicon Introduces the TriPower Tactical Sight and TA55 ACOG Riflescope.

Bill Taggart, Director of Federal and Military Sales for Trijicon, showed me two brand new optical sights that really blew me away. Let’s get to the “TriPower” first. This is a brand new tactical "red dot" optical sight that is just extremely cool. Called the "Tripower", it’s the first triple-iluminated sight. Having handled one of these at Trijicon’s booth at …

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Prototype Factory Combat Light for Glocks Shown at Shot Show 2002.

One of Glock’s representatives was kind enough to show and demonstrate a prototype for a new frame-mounted combat light that’s pretty sweet, and will probably cause Glock users to fall all over themselves, and each other, to get one. The unit simply snaps right onto the 3rd Generation light-mounting rails. When the operator needs to remove it he/she can snap …

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Is Beretta Making Politically Correct Handguns?

by David Crane No, I’m not talking about guns like that ridiculous "Smartgun" Smith & Wesson has been working on to satisfy the anti-gun fringe extremists. I’m talking about what could very well become a disturbing trend that, unfortunately, could also end up growing very quickly. It seems that gunmakers, in an attempt to cater to, how shall I say …

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FN Herstal Introduces

As I sat there listening to Rick Demilt, Director of Law Enforcement Sales and Marketing for FN Herstal USA, at the company’s corporate presentation at Shot Show 2002, I immediately realized that FN Herstal is on an absolute warpath to literally take over the law enforcement and military markets of the free world. This is not an exaggeration. The company’s …

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The Pistol Beretta Should Make: Beretta Elite III?

While I was at Shot Show last week, I spoke with one of the Beretta guys at the company’s booth. This is what I told him: Very simply, DefRev would like to see a Beretta 9mm/.40 cal that looks like the Beretta Elite series(w/flush barrel and original style grip), and also incorporates the single action operation(w/ frame mounted safety) of …

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MK46 Mod 0 and M249 SPW Developed for U.S. Special Operations by FN Herstal.

The MK46 Mod 0 and M249 SPW(Special Purpose Weapon) LMG’s are basically modified, shortened, and lightened M249 SAW’s(5.56x45mm) that have been developed specifically for use by U.S. Special Operations. On both, the M249’s forearm has been replaced with a rail system, although the SPW’s and MK46’s rails are of different configuration. Also, their buttstocks differ from each other in that …

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SUPER-SHORTY 12-Gauge Mini-Shotgun by Serbu Firearms, Inc.

This little honey comes straight from the wonderfully demented mind of Mark Serbu, who appears to have been influenced by one Ricardo Tubbs from "Miami Vice". Based on a Mossberg Maverick 12-gauge, the SUPER-SHORTY is one cool little scattergun. I handled one last week at the show(Shot Show), and came away impressed. The SUPER-SHORTY looks good AND feels good in …

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