New for 2014 and debuting at SHOT Show, Gerber has developed a new multi-tool that's designed to help AR shooters perform basic maintenance and adjustments on their rifle and have a couple extra implements for everyday needs.
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One would expect that bold industry leaders like the Freedom Group companies and in particular Remington Arms, would be on top of every projectile category, from rocks to the latest commercial AR platform.
The new Ethos from Benelli will appeal to upland hunters and clay shooters alike. Weighing just six pounds with a new recoil-reduction system in the stock, it's perfect for going from the field to the range.
One of the coolest new products at SHOT comes from Battenfeld Technologies. It's a rifle cartridge loader that relieves all those sore thumb callouses that comes from pushing, for example, .223/5.56 rounds into a magazine.
The 2014 SHOT Show opened to aisle-choking crowds and booth-bulging buyers. Even so, there were early indications that the hunting shotgun arena this year is packed with a combination of line extensions peppered with the introductions of a few actually new models.
When archery pros reviewed the first half of 2014, they found it paid to stock a wide variety of arrows and bowsights. More customers are turning to quick-adjusting single-pin sights, and interest in bowfishing keeps growing.
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