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The 9 lives of the 10mm

A little history in the 10mm Auto. Early in the 1970s Whit Collins (who was on staff with Guns and Ammo magazine) was interested in rechambering the 9mm Browning Hi-Power into a more powerful cartridge. He initially looked at the Super .38 (which came about in 1929 using the.38 Automatic but increasing the propellant to […]

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Sig BDX System

Sig Sauer BDX System, Optics Game Changer?

Sig Sauer’s Electro-Optics division is fairly new to the market. They announced their first products, the Whiskey 3 and Whiskey 5 riflescopes, in late 2015. In less than 3 years they have launched a myriad of products. I may be considered conservative because I largely took a wait and see approach to their lineup. I […]

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Sig Sauer Media Day

I was fortunate enough to be invited to the High Speed Gear and Sig Sauer Media event in Swansboro Noth Carolina. The first part of the event was touring the High Speed Gear plant and assembling some custom Battle Belts as we learned about the company. You can read that article by following this link.   After […]

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SIG Sauer 1911 BB gun.

SIG Sauer has a solid reputation for building fine firearms, in the past few years they have expanded into silencers, optics, ammunition, and air guns. Now I know what you are thinking, why would a large manufacture diversify into air guns. Well the SIG air guns are not toys, and they are more like clones […]

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SIG Sauer issues recall on the MCX

Sig has issued a mandatory replacement of the carriage assembly in SIG MCX rifles. SIG has found through extensive factory testing that in extremely rare instances, not reported in the field and extremely difficult to replicate, a condition may exist causing an unintended discharge. SIG Sauer issues recall of the MCX. To learn more please […]

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