Friday, February 26, 2016

Set Your Sights on Mossberg Shotguns and Rifles

In case you’re unfamiliar with Mossberg, they’re known for their rugged and reliable shotguns and rifles. Get details on two of our favorite models below.

Originally used as a hunting rifle, the field-proven Mossberg Varmint and Predator Rifle (MVP) is an accurate, dependable gun for all seasons and all shooting disciplines. The rifle accepts readily available AR-style magazines and is extremely popular among hunters and shooting enthusiasts.

Featuring a black-textured stock finish, the rifle measures 37.5-inches long and weighs in at 7.5 pounds. It has a matte blued barrel finish, and the barrel measures 16.25 inches. The MVP couples the capacity and flexibility of America’s most popular magazines with the accuracy and confidence that only a bolt-action rifle can deliver, contributing to why it has become a near-perfect choice for every day at home, on the range, or in the field.

The 12-guage MilSpec-qualified model M590A1 is a top selection of the U.S. Armed Forces, due to its status as the only pump shotgun to pass MilSpec 3443E.
Known for its legendary, rugged dependability, the shotgun measures 39.5-inches long, and its heavy-walled barrel measures 18.5 inches. Weighing in at 7 pounds, the shotgun features a parkerized metal finish and a 5 + 1 capacity.

Shop all Mossberg Rifles on our website.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Great Bushmaster Rifles on Sale

Now is the time to save up to $280 on a wide variety of reliable Bushmaster rifles. Read on for details on a few of the featured models available during the sale.

Bushmaster: 16" MOE Carbine:

The 16” MOE Carbine is a semi-automatic M4 profile rifle featuring various Magpul components. The A3 flat-top receiver and 4150 chrome-lined barrel are accompanied by an MOE handgaurd, pistol grip, and vertical grip, as well as Magpul’s 6-position MOE stock and back up rear sight. The 16” MOE employs a 1:9 twist barrel and ships with a 30-round Pmag. 

This Optics-Ready, .223 Remington-caliber carbine is ready for the sighting system of your choice. The aluminum receiver, 16” Chrome Moly, Chrome-lined, 1:9 barrel make for a lightweight and inexpensive package. The rifle is finished with an A2 flash-hider and 6-position collapsible stock. The Bushmaster Optics-Ready Carbine ships with one 30-round magazine.

Shop all Bushmaster firearms on our website.

Friday, February 12, 2016

Zero Tolerance Knives

Zero Tolerance (ZT) offers a decade of experience in meeting the hard-use-knife needs of military, law enforcement professionals, firefighters, and emergency medical personnel.

ZT’s initial product line consisted of combat knives, but has since expanded to include general use and premium knives. Read on for details on two top-of-the-line ZT knives:

Based on its predecessor’s streamlined form and high-performance function, the 0450 features lightweight, stronger-than-steel titanium handles. The knife opens smoothly, and its 3.25-inch, S35VN stainless blade sharpens to a razor edge, holds it well, and can be resharpened easily. Its innovative KVT opening system enables smooth, easy blade opening without the use of a spring or torsion bar needed to assist the blade out of the handle.

The 0801’s blade features excellent edge retention, strength, and toughness. Its handle is constructed of lightweight, durable titanium with machined grooves that offer a secure grip along with a great look. Deploy the blade by using the built-in flipper, and its pocketclip is designed for deep carry and is reversible for left- or right-handed carry. Decorative pivot hardware completes the knife’s distinctive look.

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Come Visit Us at the Oaks Gun Show

We’ll be at the Oaks Gun Show, presented by Eagle Arms Gun Shows, so be sure to come and check out our great prices on guns, magazines, optics, and more. The show will be located at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks, and some of our featured brands include Colt, Kimber, and Glock, among many others.

The dates of the show are Friday, Feb. 12 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

We won’t know where we’re going to be set up until we get there, so keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram pages to find out where we’ll be.

Don’t miss out; we’ll see you there!