Let’s hope that “modern improvements” does not mean “we screwed it up.”
Closeup of the LaRue PredatAR rail.
Will update this post as they upload. More will be added in the future.
LaRue Tactical is coming out with the PredatAR, in both 5.56 and 7.62. It features a standard height upper rail and a lightweight barrel. It lacks the PST of the standard OBR. The price for the 7.62 version will be $2,500.
Colt’s new 901, a modular 7.62×51 weapon, will sell for “under $10,000” according to a senior official.
The Glock beavertail will be sold separately as an accessory for the Gen 4 Glocks.
Ruger is coming out with a 22/45 that has a threaded barrel and picatinny rails on the top and bottom, as well as a Scout configuration bolt rifle.
LWRC has a new 6.8 mag, in polymer, that requires the use of a new upper and lower receiver.
Midwest Industries is coming out with a lightweight drop in quad rail for ARs.
Colt will be selling the Rail Gun in carbon steel.
HK will be selling a 9x19mm XM25 to the civilian market… Just kidding.
Elzetta has a new and pretty innovative tapeswitch.
Kimber introduced an all-steel pocket 9.
Trijicon is bringing the crosshair reticle to the TA33, along with high visibility night sights and an adjustable brightness RMR.
My feet hurt.
Taurus brought ridiculousness to a new level with the 28 gauge Raging Judge.
Smith & Wesson’s Governor is a 6 shot revolver that fires 45 ACP with moon clips as well as 45 Colt and .410.
The most exciting thing I have seen so far.
Other notable items:
– Colt’s modular .308 rifle will be available to the civilian market in June.
– Sig is reintroducing the P210, a model called the “P210 Legend.”
– Vltor is making their own lower receivers, marked Vltor, with a new (large) magazine release design, as well as a CASV (sort of) for the SCAR.
– FN has new stuff that I couldn’t photograph.
– The HK MR556 will be shipping next week.