On Monday, FN has announced the release of the SCAR 20S chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor. 6.5 Creedmoor continues to gain traction and popularity since being introduced over 13 years ago. FN is banking on SOCOM support and adoption of 6.5 creedmoor in the MK220 SSR, as the catalyst for SCAR 20S being chambered in 6.5.
On Thursday Kriss USA announced the release of two new Vectors chambered in .22LR. The new Vectors will be debuted at Shot Show 2020. Kriss USA will be located at booth #8003.
Orsis is a rifle manufacturer based out of Russia. The specialize in the manufacturing of premium sniper rifles. Recently, Orsis has been able to procure a contract over $1.5 million dollars, an undisclosed number of sniper rifles are going to be supplied to a foreign customer.
Daniel Defense has added a new variant to the Delta 5 bolt action rifle series, the Delta 5 Accuracy Package.
Recently, Daniel Defense released their hunting iterations of their popular DD5 lineup. The DD5 lineup is the AR-10 platform of rifles from Daniel Defense. The new DD5 rifles are called the V4 Hunter and V5 Hunter.
In the spring of this year Henry launched their new lineup of side-gate loading lever actions. The initial offering of lever actions are chambered in .30-30 Win, .38-55 Win, and .35 Rem. Henry has added to more side gate lever actions. First one is chambered in the classic .45-70 and the second is chambered in .410 shotshell.
Today, Springfield Armory has announced a new addition to its popular Saint rifle lineup with the Saint pistol. The new Saint AR pistol comes in feature rich and reasonable priced at $849. Which is a great price for a complete AR pistol.
Last week, Barrett announced the newest version of the REC10 rifle. The new REC10 will come in tungsten grey and be chambered in .308 Win.
Flux Defense has recently released the MP17 SBR version for your Sig Sauer M17/18, P320, and X-Five series of pistols.
Recently, IWI official announced the introduction of their AR platform rifle, the ARAD. IWI describes the ARAD as highly reliable and modular battle rifle. The ARAD was designed for infantry use, special forces, and law enforcement officers. The goal of the ARAD was to build a modular battle rifle for dynamic combat scenarios with the capability to change calibers if need be.