Author Archive | Matthew Moss


Ed Brown Teams Up with ZEV Technologies for New 1911

Ed Brown Products has teamed up with trigger specialists ZEV Technologies to launch a new 9x19mm 1911. Building on their FX1 the new pistol has an edgier, more aggressive aesthetic. The long-established Missouri-based custom 1911 builders have collaborated with ZEV to create a 1911 based on one of ZEV’s designs, the Dragonfly. The pistol features aggressive […]

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New Heckler & Koch Product Photos Emerge – HK233, HK433, HK416 & HK417!

Some absolutely great new photos of part of Heckler & Koch’s product range have emerged. Taken by German photographer Oliver Louven, a Bundeswehr veteran, the photos feature a plethora of Heckler & Koch’s current range of small arms. Louven, an accomplished photographer, has worked for a number of manufacturers inluding H&K, Sauer, Zeiss and Hornady. […]

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Homeland Security Rolls Out Virtual School Shooter ‘Game’ to Teachers

The Department of Homeland Security has begun rolling out their virtual school shooter training program to staff working at schools across the US. The program uses established gaming software to allow various agencies and school staff to play out active shooter scenarios. The program, EDGE or Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment, was co-developed by the US Army and […]

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DroneShield’s Drone Jamming Gun Certified Safe for Human Exposure

With the interest in DroneShield’s drone jammer from various militaries around the world growing, the company’s shoulder-fired jammer, the DroneGun MkII, has been certified safe for human exposure. This certification is significant because the DroneGun uses a number of radio frequencies to take control of drones. The Australian company seeks to offer a man-portable response to […]

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Kalashnikov Concern’s MP-446C VIKING-M Pistol in Action

Kalashnikov Concern has released a video of their MP-446C VIKING-M competition pistol in action via their Kalashnikov Media site. The video shows the pistol running some drills and breaks down some of the weapon’s features and attributes. Designed for competition shooting and tailored to comply with International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) rules, the VIKING itself is […]

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USMC Fields Heckler & Koch M27 as M38 Designated Marksman Rifle

The USMC has begun fielding an unspecified number of M38 Designated Marksman Rifles. Converting existing M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle’s to the designated marksman role by adding a Leupold TS-30A2 Mark 4 MR/T 2.5-8x36mm variable power scope, replacing the standard ACOG. The Leupold has previously been used with the Mk 12 Special Purpose Rifle. The M27 has been found […]

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Barrett Firearms Introduces REC10

While Barrett Firearms Manufacturing is best known for their .50 BMG anti-materiel rifles they also produce a series of AR-based designs, the REC7, offering both piston and direct gas impingement systems. While the REC7 is chambered in 5.56×45 or 6.8 SPC, Barrett has unveiled the new REC10 which chambers larger rounds including 7.62x51mm, .260 Remington, and 6.5 […]

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Slovenian Pistol Maker AREX Purchased By RSBC Investment Group

Slovenian firearms manufacturer AREX has been bought by the Czech Republic-based investment company RSBC. RSBC is a private investment group founded by Robert Schonfeld, with around €100m in assets, which focuses on investments in real estate, agriculture, industry, and venture capital. It appears that with a number of recent investments RSBC are expanding their defence portfolio. The price RSBC […]

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