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Smith & Wesson M&P .40Smith & Wesson M&P Standard .40 S&W

The M&P (Military and Police) Standard .40 S&W is a variant of the M&P Standard 9mm. See http://www.gunslot.com/guns/smith-wesson-m-p-standard-9mm for full details on the firearm.

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Smith & Wesson M&P Standard 9mmSmith & Wesson M&P Standard 9mm

The M&P (Military and Police) is a short recoil operated, new polymer- framed, locked breach semi-automatic handgun first introduced to the marketplace in the summer of 2005 by Smith & Wesson of the United States of American who manufactured and designed the pistol.

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Mossberg 590Mossberg 590

The Mossberg Model 590 shotgun is a militarized variant of the popular game shotgun commonly known as the Mossberg Model 500.

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Franchi SPAS-15Franchi SPAS-15

The SPAS-15 is a 12 gauge, dual-mode shotgun designed and manufactured by the Franchi S.p.A. company of Italy.

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Browing BDMBrowning BDM

The Browning BDM is a semi-automatic pistol manufactured and designed by the Browning Arms Company up until production was terminated in 1998.

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MAC-11MAC-11

At the Military Armament Corporation (MAC), Gordon Ingram designed the Ingram MAC-11 as a machine pistol during the 1970s.

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Glock 35Glock 35

The Glock 35 is a pistol manufactured and designed to fire the .40 S&W ammunition. The G35 is the sister pistol to the Glock 34, which is nearly identical in appearance, but is solely chambered in 9mm.

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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 700Remington 700

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

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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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Winchester Model 12Winchester Model 12

The Winchester Model 12, more formerly known as the Winchester Model 1912 (also commonly referred to as the M12 or Model 12) is a pump action or hammerless slide-action, shotgun with an external tube magazine.

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Winchester 94Winchester 94

The Winchester 94 or more formally the Winchester Model 1894 (also commonly known as Winchester .30-30 rifle, .30-30 Winchester, .30-30 or simply Win 94) is one of the most popular and famous hunting rifles. The Winchester 94 was designed originally by John Browning in 1894, and manufactured and produced at Winchester Repeating Arms Company.

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Glock 30Glock 30

The Glock 30 is a pistol manufactured by the Austrian company Glock. The G30 is a small frame, sub-compact, high caliber, Glock modeled after the Glock 29 and fires the powerful .45 ACP ammunition.

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Glock 27Glock 27

The Glock 27 is a pistol manufactured by the Austrian company Glock. The G27 is a Glock 26 modified to fire the .40 S&W ammunition.

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Glock 20CGlock 20C

The sole difference between the Glock 20 and the Glock 20C is that the slide and barrel of the Glock 20C are ported in order to reduce muzzle climb while firing the pistol.

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Glock 20Glock 20

The Glock 20 is a pistol manufactured by the Austrian company, Glock. The G20 is a standard frame Glock, approximately 7 mm longer and 2.5 mm wider than the common Glock 17.

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SIG P245SIG P245

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.

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SIG P220SIG P220

The SIG P220 is a semi-automatic pistol manufactured and designed by Swiss Arms AG in Switzerland (formerly known as SIG Arms AG (distributed in United States of America by SIGARMS).

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Glock 18CGlock 18C

The Glock 18C is the compensated variant model of the Glock 18. Despite its name, the Glock 18C has a ported and not a compensated barrel.

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Glock 21CGlock 21C

The sole difference between the Glock 21 and the Glock 21C is that the slide and barrel are compensated on the C model to significantly reduce muzzle climb while firing the pistol.

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Glock 22C - FiredGlock 22C

The Glock 22C is a variant of the Glock 22 that has a ported slide and barrel to significantly reduce muzzle climb while firing the pistol.

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Glock 22 - CamoGlock 22

The Glock 22 is a pistol manufactured by the Austrian Glock company. The G22 is a Glock 17 slightly modified to fire .40 S&W ammunition.

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Glock 21SFGlock 21SF (Slim Frame)

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".

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Glock 21Glock 21

The Glock 21 is a pistol manufactured by the Austrian company, Glock. The G21 is a large frame Glock modeled after the Glock 20 and the G21 fires the .45 ACP ammunition.

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Glock 17AGlock 17A

The Glock 17A is a variant of the Glock 17 specifically produced for the Australian market, to conform and apply with local laws regarding barrel lengths created after the tragic Monash University shooting.

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Glock 17LGlock 17L

The Glock 17L is a competition version with a longer slide and longer barrel.

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Glock 17CGlock 17C

The Glock 17C (C standing for "compensated") has a ported slide and barrel to signifcantly reduce muzzle climb during the firing of the pistol.

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Franchi SPAS-12Franchi SPAS-12

The Franchi SPAS-12 is a high performance combat shotgun designed manufactured by the Italian company Franchi S.p.A..

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Taurus PT92Taurus PT92

The Taurus PT92 is a double action/single action, 9mm Luger, double column magazine, semi-automatic, short recoil action pistol manufactured by Taurus in the former Beretta factory in São Paulo, Brazil.

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HK XM8HK XM8

The XM8 is a developmental United States military project name and designation for a lightweight and reliable assault rifle system that was under full scale development by the U.S. Army from the late 1990s through the early 2000s.

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