Chiappa has its Little Badger, a folding single shot skeletonized survival style rifle, in .22 LR, .22 Magnum, and of all things, 9mm Flobert. But Bud’s Gun Shop has a version in .17 HMR. Folds to as little as 16.5″ and weighs about 3 lbs.
IWI has introduced the next generation Galil, the Galil ACE 32, a full-sized model of the 7.62×39 rifle with a 16″ barrel.
SentrySafe, a division of Master Lock Company, recently introduced a new line of high-end gun safes with an ETL verified fire rating of ½ hour in up to 1400˚F and include a UL Listed Type 1 Electronic Lock, 2.5 mm steel construction and 3-way locking bolts. The line of gun safes include 26, 36 and 51 gun units, each equipped with features to provide organizational flexibility for long guns, pistols, accessories and other valuables. The gun safes are available in-store and online at The Home Depot with models ranging from $1,000 to $1,600.
Steyr Arms is giving the Scout rifle a new look with an expanded color scheme that includes black, olive drab green, mud brown, and gray. “Mud” is Steyr’s rendition of flat dark earth. A new lower MSRP of $1,699 was also announced, and to celebrate its 150th anniversary, Steyr is knocking another $200 off the sticker through the end of the year, bringing to final price of the Scout down to $1,499. Just in time for Christmas.
Troy Defense has a Canadian contract overrun of Troy Bravo gas-operated semi-automatic rifles chambered in 5.56 being sold one time only, while supplies last. The Bravo rifle (2 models) will be ordered directly from TROY via telephone (a web order form has been implemented to facilitate consumer call backs) and shipped to the fully verified FFL of the consumer’s choice. $599.
Simmons Sporting Goods in Bastrop, LA, has Bushmaster M4 style AR-15 5.56 flat top carbines with a Carbon-15 composite receiver on sale with rebate for $650. They say the regular price is $1300.