Alright folks, you know the drill. Wallets out, card balances paid off, let’s have another Featured Deals of the Week. As always let me know in the comments if you want me to go find some deals that just aren’t making it into the list for whatever reason. Beretta Cheetah (M81) .32 ACP, surplus – […]
Dan Haga Designs, a company known for creating parts and adapters for firearms that normally don’t have huge aftermarket support, has introduced another interesting accessory for one of such firearms – the Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 rifle. This adapter is designed to be installed in place of the original stock of Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 […]
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Wilson Combat has launched a new series of 1911 pistols called X-TAC Supergrade. These new handguns are hand made by company’s pistolsmiths and combine the highest build quality with the functionality of the X-TAC pattern seen on grips, front and rear straps as well as on slides of these pistols. Here is an excerpt from the […]
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Today’s Photo Of The Day is Emmy’s OA-15 in custom Cerakote, and her matching nails. The rifle is a semi-automatic Oberland Arms OA-15 with an 18″ barrel (made by Lothar Walther) chambered in .223 Remington. The stock is a Battlelink minimalist and the sight is a Vortex Diamondback Tactical 4-16×44 FFP and reticle EBR-2C. The […]
Welcome everyone to the 21th edition of ‘Hot Gat or Fudd Crap?’ here on TFB. If you missed any one of our other articles, this is where we look at the most obscure firearms that are actually for sale and ask the question – is this gat a sweet deal or only have fudd appeal? […]
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Have you ever seen someone snag a great deal and wondered what kind of perfect storm had to happen for it to exist? TFB reader and Reddit user Zach happened across a CZ 75 B Omega pistol in a local pawn shop for quite a steal, at $280. While it’ll be hard to match Matt […]
In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves reviews DSA’s unusual new FALs – Israeli (or “Izzy”) FALs built on extremely rare Israeli Light FAL parts kit. These kits were uncommon, almost unheard-of, in the United States up until this point, so it was quite a surprise to see that DSA obtained enough parts kits to […]
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