The FN A5 M Shooting System represents a turnkey precision rifle system that comes ready to unpack, verify zero and deploy. Built on the Pre-’64 style action, the A5 M features Controlled Round Feed, a massive external claw extractor and proven three-position safety. The heavy barrel is free floating with the action set in a McMillan A5 fiberglass tactical stock that offers adjustments for both cheekpiece and length of pull. Both hinged floorplate and detachable box magazine versions are available, depending on the caliber selected.
The Kel-Tec P-32 is a semi-automatic, compact pistol utilizing the short-recoil principle of operation. The pistol is chambered in .32 ACP, the Kel-Tec P-32 is an extremely popular weapon for concealment and carry in the United States.
A variant of the Glock 21, the Glock 21SF hit the market in Spring 2007, in an effort to make the fullsize .45 Glock more appealing to shooters with smaller hands. The Glock model 21SF, stands for "Slim Frame".
CEO and chief designer Justin Moon knew what he was doing when he created this new mini masterpiece. The CW9 feels, points and shoots as well as any Kahr I've tested, and it's triple-digit cheaper to boot. If this was Consumer Reports, I'd rate the CW9 a "Best Buy."
The Kel-Tec PF-9 is a 9 mm caliber recoil operated locked breech double action only single column magazine semi-automatic pistol based on and sharing many parts with Kel-Tec’s earlier P11 and P3AT models. Kel-Tec claims it is the flattest and lightest 9 mm pistol ever mass-produced, it was designed as a concealment backup weapon for Law Enforcement and for civilian concealed carry. The PF-9 model was first publicized by Kel-Tec in February 2006 and released into the market in the fall of 2006.[
The Browning Auto-5 was produced by legendary shotgun designer John Browning and was a recoil-operated autoloading shotgun. The shotgun was the first fully successful autoloading shotgun ever produced.
The MG42 (shortened from the German word: Maschinengewehr 42, or in English "Machine gun 42") was a machine gun that was designed and developed for and entered into full service with Nazi Germany in 1942, during and throughout World War II.
The SIG P245 variant of the P220 is chambered only in .45 ACP (deriving its name) and was produced and developed primarily for the United States market as a police backup weapon, or a civilian's concealed sidearm.