Tag Archive: European American Armory Corporation – EAA Corp

Aug 09

Smith & Wesson 500 X-Frame Revolver in GUNS Magazine

S&W’s Beastly .500 X-Frame Featured In October’s GUNS (ArmsVault.com) – At first glance, the .500 S&W Magnum appears to be a huge revolver cartridge (and it is compared to the popular .44 Mag and lesser rounds), but there’s no such thing as being “over-gunned” when under threat from “megafauna.” GUNS Field Editor Mark Hampton applauds …

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Apr 12

American Handgunner Personal Defense Special Edition

Preparing For Violent Encounters: American Handgunner’s Personal Defense Special Edition (ArmsVault.com) – American Handgunner’s Personal Defense proves there’s a lot more to the topic than gun types, models and calibers. Managing Editor Payton Miller offers, “We can’t assume — nor should we — that everyone concerned with personal defense guns is a hardcore enthusiast with …

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Jul 14

SOCOM CQB .308 & Gemtech-Supressed XD(M) .45 in GUNS Magazine

“Baddest Bugout Duo” In The September 2016 Issue of GUNS Magazine (ArmsVault.com) – The September issue of GUNS Magazine strikes a chord with Will Dabbs’ timely feature on Springfield’s SOCOM CQB .308 and the Gemtech-Supressed XD(M) .45 — a combination he calls “The Baddest Bugout Duo.” The September GUNS Magazine cover story titled “The Baddest …

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Nov 16

Robar PolymAR-15 in Guns Magazine

ROBAR’s PolymAR-15 Exorcises Weight-Creep Demon In January GUNS Magazine (ArmsVault.com) – ROBAR’s “light-’n’-lethal,” 5.56 polymer gets the AR-style rifle back to fighting weight in January GUNS Magazine, sporting it’s new slim, high-tech upper and lower. Contributing Editor Holt Bodinson reviews the PolymAR-15 to see how well ROBAR exorcised the “weight-creep demon,” bane of ARs. “Not …

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Jul 30

STI 1911 Pistols in American Handgunner Magazine

STI’s “Triple Threat” Inside American Handgunner Sept/Oct Issue (ArmsVault.com) – Fun comes in threes in Handgunner’s September/October cover story, which highlights a capable trio of STI 1911s. Examining three guns with three distinct roles, Publisher Roy Huntington had several positive things to say after handling STI’s Tactical SS, DVC Limited 2011 and Escort. “I honestly …

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