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DB1065CB AR-15 Rifl

Diamondback Firearms

The DB1065CB from Diamondback Firearms is a 6.5 Creedmoor AR-15 with FAB Defense accessories. Ideal for tactical shooters who appreciate the ballistic performance of the caliber, the DB1065CB features the FAB Defense GL-Shock Recoil-Reducing Stock and the AGR-43 rubber overmolded pistol grip. It also has a 20-inch stainless steel fluted barrel, the 15-inch Victor M-Lok rail and Double-Side Port Muzzlebrake. For more info: (877) 997-6774,

Targetize Training System

DAC Technologies

DAC Technologies’ Targetize Training System is for anyone with a rail-equipped pistol who wants an accurate aim. Mount the Targetize motion sensor on your firearm and pair it with the free app on your smart phone. The sensor will measure muzzle movement and give the user real-time feedback for immediate improvement. Developed by ex-military and special forces, the new personal firearm training system will help shooters of all abilities to hone their shooting skills and gain confidence whether practicing dry fire, live fire or with a CO2 pistol. For more info: (800) 920-0098,

Thompson 9mm T5-9L20

Kahr Firearms Group

The Thompson—the first portable hand-held automatic weapon—has always been manufactured in .45 ACP, until now. The Kahr Firearms Group has introduced the T5-9L20, the Thompson in 9mm. Featuring the classic details of the original, the 41-inch long T5-9L20 has a frame and receiver machined from a solid billet of aluminum. Its buttstock, grip and vertical fore grip are American Walnut. The T5-9L20 comes with one 20-round stick magazine and front-blade and open-rear adjustable sights. For more info: (763) 300-1132,


Triple F

The BR-99 is a gas-operated, 12-gauge semi-automatic shotgun built on the AR platform. Manufactured by Bora Arms and distributed in the US by Triple F, the BR-99 uses a detachable box magazine available in 2-, 5-, 10- and 18-round capacities. Two steel 5-round magazines, an interchangeable choke tube set and a sling are included with the shotgun. Every BR-99 sold by Triple F is compliant to Rule 922r and comes with a one-year limited factory warranty. For more info: (330) 495-9031,

Cozy Partner

DeSantis Gunhide

The Cozy Partner (#028) is DeSantis Gunhide’s new holster for the SIG SAUER P938. It features a tension device and precise molding for handgun retention. A memory band keeps the holster’s shape for easy one-handed re-holstering. The Cozy Partner must be worn with a belt. Its 1-1/2-inch split belt loop is standard but not adjustable nor available in smaller sizes. For more info: (800) 424-1236,


Neptune Glassworks

Functionality and artistry blend in Neptune Glassworks’ hand-blown Drinkware with bullet accents. Sip your favorite wine or fine liquor from sculptural glass cups with copper and silver bullion replica .45 ACP’s or with full metal jacket .22’s. For more info: (213) 220-5848,

Electronic Hearing Protection


Safariland now offers hearing solutions to shooting enthusiasts: the In-Ear Impulse Hearing Protection, Safariland Range Kit and Safariland Electronic Hearing Protection. All three are comfortable to wear and reduce loud noise without blocking ambient sound. The Electronic Hearing Protection (in photo) features earmuffs that allow the wearer to hear everything, including conversation, while being protected from dangerous, high volume sounds. For more info: (800) 347-1200,

Tactical Gun Belt

Tac Shield

The Tactical Gun Belt from Tac Shield has a heavy-duty aluminum buckle with two release levers for security but can be quickly unfastened if necessary. Double-wall webbing, reinforced with a polymer stiffener system, supports the holster/mag case region while offering softer edging in the spinal. The buckle locks the webbing to prevent slippage with the heaviest loads. The 1.75-inch Tactical Gun Belt (in photo) is rated for 2,000 pounds. For more info: (910) 637-0315,

Prairie Hawken Rifle

Traditions Performance Firearms

The Prairie Hawken Rifle from Traditions Performance Firearms is inspired by the rifles of the Rocky Mountain Fur Trading era. With a 28-inch barrel, a 1:48 twist and a 14.5-inch length of pull, the Prairie Hawken features a double-set trigger and a two-tenon sidelock design. The rifle is offered in percussion or flintlock and as a finished rifle or in a Build-It-Yourself Kit. For more info: (860) 388-4656,

Hackathorn Special Commander

Wilson Combat

Wilson Combat’s Hackathorn Special Commander was developed by firearms trainer Ken Hackathorn. With a 4.25-inch stainless match-grade barrel and bushing plus professional-size carbon steel frame and slide, the pistol is ideal for concealed carry. A one-piece bullet proof magwell, concealment hammer/grip safety and medium-length trigger are standard for the pistol. Other features include chamber fluting, serrations and G10 starburst flat-bottom grips. It is offered in both .45 ACP and 9mm. For more info: (870) 545-3635,

Yacare 10.0

TOPS Knives

The Yacare 10.0 was inspired by TOPS Knives GM Craig Powell’s travels to Latin America. His version of the machetes in Costa Rica is thicker. The Yacare’s 10.25-inch blade is made of 1095 RC 56-58 steel with a tumble finish. OAL is 16.50 inches and the handle is Black Canvas Micarta. Ideal for chopping and slashing, it’s the thing to bring to jungles, mountains and anywhere else where you need to clear a way. The Yacare comes with a ballistic nylon sheath with belt loop. For more info: (208) 542-0113,

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8 thoughts on “New Products

  1. carl bellia

    I enjoy the magazine and do not throw them away. I have a pile up in a cabinet and refer to them weekly, read and re read the articles. I am looking to purchase a 10mm. This months article on the sig p220 10mm helps. I have a p320, so I know the sig quality. The ads cause me to go to websites I might not know about or never have seen. I like the gun evaluations and take the info to heart and base buying or not buying an item. Also it is nice to see ads from manufacturers that I have already purchased from.

  2. Percy Claycomb

    My subscription has been running for a few years now. I thought I would comment on the articles I enjoy reading by Mr. Ayoob. Always precise, entertaining and enjoyable reading. I wish I could remember how many years ago I had first started reading his articles but alas…..Keep up the excellent work in publishing a number one rated magazine. It really is the “Finest in the Firearms Field Since 1955”.

  3. George E. Sells

    I would like to see more articles about more reasonablely priced guns also articles on how to improve the older ,more reasonablely guns that younger shooters of more modest incomes can afford. Thank you . G.Sells -Selma,Ind.

  4. dennis yeager

    I am not sure about your 1 entry per house hold rule , is it 1 entry for each prize (3) or pick only 1 of the 3 then enter

  5. George Moore

    In your new products section (some time back) you had a replacement part for the Beretta 92F rear sight that would allow a reflex site. I have since lost that magazine. Would you please give me the name and location of that company. Thanks


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