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Remington 1100Remington 1100

The Remington 1100 is a semi automatic, gas-operated shotgun, popular among clay target shooters and waterfowlers.

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Remington 870Remington 870

The Remington Model 870 is a popular pump action shotgun made in the United States. The Remington 870 is widely used by civilians for hunting, target shooting, and self defense and by law enforcement as a defensive weapon.

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REC7 BarrettREC7 Barrett

The REC7 (formerly known as the M468)[1] is the designation for an upgrade to the M16/M4. The REC7 is manufactured by Barrett Firearms Company, who are probably best known for producing the M82 .50 caliber sniper rifle.

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Remington 700Remington 700

The Remington Model 700 series of firearms are hunting rifles produced and manufactured by Remington Arms.

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Ruger P345Ruger P345

Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (Ruger) presents the P345 .45ACP pistol featuring a polymer frame.

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 Silver Ruger SR9Ruger SR9

On October 18, 2007, Ruger Firearms introduced a new high-capacity, polymer-frame, striker-fired 9mm pistol called the Ruger SR9 pistol. The new pistol has a capacity of 17+1 rounds (17 in the mag +1 up the pipe). This is welcome news, since DefenseReview happens to like high-capacity, polymer-framed, striker fired pistols in general. We also like the 9mm Parabellum a.k.a. 9mm NATO round (9x19mm), provided you're using quality factory hollowpoints. Why do we like 9mm, because it tends to be less expensive than .40 S&W and .45 ACP and produces less recoil, making it easier to shoot accurately in rapid multiple-shot strings. The lower ammo price and recoil generation make a weapon in this caliber easier to practice with without breaking the bank or your wrist(s) over time. 9mm is simply more pleasurable to shoot, especially if you're shooting a lot. And, with the right factory hollowpoints, it can get the job done for defensive and tactical applications.

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