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Cycling is faster due to a reduced moving mass of parts - No complicated linkages or o-rings to malfunction - Better gun balance without heavy weights and pistons in the fore end - Rotating bolt head features oversize lugs for solid,  steel-to-steel lockup with the barrel extension - Stays cleaner due to the hard-chrome locking head which prevents powder residue build-up on the bolt assembly - Fouling and gases are expelled out the barrel, not through the operating system, therefore, the action remains cleaner and more reliable in wet and cold weather conditions.


GLOCK pistols are the perfect combination of reliability and accuracy. Their high-tech engineering and construction create a handgun that can stand up to more punishment than even the most unforgiving conditions can generate. When you investigate the individual advantages of a GLOCK, you'll see that it will outperform whatever you're shooting now.

The GLOCK pistol's Safe Action trigger system offers you several very distinct benefits over conventional trigger systems. First, you can choose from several trigger pulls. Second, the trigger is the one and only operative control. Third, is the smooth and consistent pull you feel every time you squeeze the trigger. It makes training much easier because each and every shot feels exactly the same. It also makes a firearm safe.

GLOCK pistols have three independent and automatic safeties. As the trigger is pulled they sequentially disengage, and as the pistol fires and the trigger returns to its forward position, they re-engage. The combination of the trigger safety, firing pin safety and drop safety make the GLOCK the safest pistol on the market.

GLOCKs have about 50% fewer components than conventional handguns of these calibers. The GLOCK 17, for example, has only 33 parts. A couple of pins. No screws. So there are fewer parts to break. And you can break down and reassemble any GLOCK pistol with one simple tool. That's all there is to it.

The frame on a GLOCK handgun is made out of a synthetic that is actually stronger than steel, yet 86% lighter. It's virtually indestructible. A GLOCK pistol can withstand temperatures ranging from -40°C (-40 F) to +70°C (+158 F) and still come out firing.

The metal components on a GLOCK are practically indestructable. That's because they're finished with a unique surface treatment called Tenifer that makes those parts virtually as hard as a diamond. It is even more corrosion resistant than stainless steel.

GLOCK handguns are designed with a grip angle that's so comfortable, so natural, it complements your instinctive shooting abilities. This ergonomic design features a superb bore axis and weight distribution to ensure a controlled shot, even under the most adverse conditions. Plus, the special polymer frame, of which the grip is an integral part, results in a much softer recoil than that of conventional guns, which only adds to your control. The unique GLOCK barrel features hammer-forged rifling for increased velocity and even greater accuracy. With a GLOCK's consistent trigger pull and excellent pointability, there's a very good chance you'll be hitting your targets for a long, long time.

The Heckler & Koch USP (Universal Self-loading Pistol) is the first HK pistol designed especially for the demanding needs of the American shooter. Features favored by US civilian, law enforcement, and military users provided the design criteria for the USP. Its controls are uniquely American, influenced by such famous and successful designs as the Government Model 1911 pistol. And like the Model 1911, the USP can be safely carried "cocked and locked".

 The control lever, a combination safety and decocking lever, is frame mounted and quickly accessible; unlike the slide mounted safeties common on many pistols. The USP control lever has a positive stop and returns to the "fire" position after decocking.

Using a modified Browning-type action with a special HK recoil reduction system (patent pending), the USP is built to take the punishment of the most powerful .40 caliber loads. And unlike most other .40 caliber pistols, the HK USP was designed as a "forty" -- it was never "scaled up" from an existing 9mm pistol model.

The polymer frame of the USP was designed using technical experience gained by HK engineers in the development of the world's first composite material pistols, the VP70Z and P9S. This same high-stregth/corrosion free material is used in the .45 ACP handgun designed by Heckler & Koch for the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) in 1992.

Major metal components on the USP are also corrosion resistant. Outside metal surfaces are protected by an extremely hard, nitro-gas carburized black oxide finish. Internal metal parts are coated with a special Dow Corning anti-corrosion process the reduces friction and wear

T/C's OMEGA will revolutionalize the way hunters think about muzzleloaders for years to come.

Simplicity is elegance  It's sleek profile and its "swinging block" lever action design make this muzzleloader one of the simplest and no nonsense muzzleloaders on the market...Simple to operate; Simple to clean.

Swinging Block Lever Action Design  The Omega's unique action operates by using the forward motion of the trigger guard lever to swing the breech block downward, allowing easy access to the 209 primer pocket. Once primed, the lever is pulled rearward, raising the breech block and sealing the breech. This closed breech design protects the 209 primer from rain, snow or sleet.

Simple to Operate  Once the Omega has been loaded and primed, firing the rifle is accomplished by merely cocking the hammer and pulling the trigger. The patented hammer and trigger mechanism permits the hammer to make contact with the primer only when the trigger is fully pulled rearward. Like all hammer guns, getting the Omega into action is fast!

Faster and Easier to Clean  Cleaning the Omega is as simple as it gets. Swing the breech block down; unscrew the breech plug; clean. No further disassembly is necessary. No bolt to remove, no barrel to remove and the stock can be left on.

Super Reliable  The Omega is a closed breech muzzleloader, which protects the 209 primer from foul weather. Its sealed breech plug is specifically designed to avoid the problem of crushing Pyrodex® Pellets, which could cause a misfire.

Magnum Capabilities for Long Range Shooting  The Omega can handle 150 grains of Black Powder or Pyrodex equivalent, or (3) 50 grain Pyrodex® Pellets. With its 28" barrel, it burns magnum charges with maximum efficiency, producing higher velocities over standard length barrels. This translates into flatter trajectories and increased down range energies. 



Ruger M77 Mark II Centerfire Bolt-Action Rifles

In 1989, Ruger introduced the M77 Mark II, an evolutionary design based on years of experience and loaded with patented features. Since then, the M77 Mark II has become a world-class leader in centerfire bolt-action rifles. It is truly an example of how innovation can blend with proven concepts to produce a superior firearm.

One of its most popular features is the readily accessible three-position safety that allows the rifleman to lock the bolt, or to load or upload, with the safety engaged. A patented floorplate latch, housed in the trigger guard, securely holds the floor-plate to prevent the accidental dumping of cartridges, yet readily permits quick unloading of the magazine. With its innovative one-piece bolt, Ruger has eliminated brazing in the bolt construction, improving the strength and reliability of this time-tested design. The diagonal front-screw bedding system, which pulls the action downward and back for more secure contact with the stock bedding surfaces, boasts a design so unique that it was granted a patent.

• A non-slip solid rubber recoil pad.
• Swivel studs for quick-detachable sling swivels.
• A proven non-rotating Mauser-type extractor.
• Controlled feeding positively guides the cartridge into the chamber.
• Patented integral scope mounting system, for use with Ruger   scope rings.
• Medium height rings are shipped with each rifle (a $50 value).


Colt's Manufacturing Company, Inc. continues its 166-year tradition of manufacturing quality, value-ridden products.

Kahr Arms, an award-winning manufacturer of defensive handguns, is committed to long term service in the firearms industry. Research and development of new products is ongoing, driven in response to the market needs and customer input.

What makes the SIG pistols the weapons of choice for elite units around the world, and the smart choice for anyone? A hard-earned reputation for getting everything right – design, materials, precision manufacturing, ergonomics, function, safety, accuracy, reliability, durability, maintenance, accessories and options.

In the U. S., the SIG success story began in 1985, when the newly formed SIGARMS began to distribute the P220 semi-automatic. Anyone familiar with firearms knew instantly that this was the pistol to reckon with. This SIG Classic pistol led the semi-auto revolution, and the qualities that made that happen are still here – and then some – in the current SIG Classic line of pistols.

When the time came for a new generation of SIG pistols, we didn’t set a deadline, we set a goal. The goal was to incorporate the most advanced firearms technologies and at the same time provide true value. While other manufacturers have gone to plastic frames to cut costs, SIGARMS has refused to cut corners. This is what makes the sig pro™ pistol a unique and compelling option. The sig pro is right on the mark for those looking for an exceptional value in a high performance polymer frame pistol.