Tag Archive: Sig Sauer

Jun 08

IDENTILOCK Trigger Lock – Biometric Gun Lock

NEW FOR 2017: IDENTILOCK, THE WORLD’S FASTEST TRIGGER LOCK DETROIT, Mich. (JUNE 7, 2017) — (ArmsVault.com) – Sentinl, Inc. announces the most innovative biometric gun lock the world has ever seen—IDENTILOCK™. This new firearm safety device keeps unwanted fingers off your trigger, but gives you access in less than a second with literally just the …

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Jun 07

CTK Precision P3 Ultimate Shooting Rest in Firearms News Magazine

Congrats to our friends at CTK Precision for their feature in the May 2017 issue of Firearms News Magazine. In the “AR-15 Gunsmithing For The Novice: Installing A Barrel” article by Steven Matthews, the CTK Precision P3 Ultimate Shooting Rest is being used while test firing an AR-15. If you aren’t familiar with the P3 Ultimate …

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Jun 07

GLOCK 17 Gen4 Wins Philippine National Police Service Pistol Solicitation

GLOCK Asia Pacific Wins Philippine National Police Solicitation SMYRNA, GA. – Jun 7th, 2017 – (ArmsVault.com) – The Procurement Service of the Department of Budget and Management of the Republic of the Philippines has declared the GLOCK 17 Gen4 as the winner of its solicitations to buy new service pistols for the Philippine National Police.  …

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Jun 07

Fobus Unveils New Fits for Kimber Micro, Micro 9, SIG P938 and SIG P238

Fobus Holster Unveils New Fits for Kimber Micro, Micro 9, SIG P938 and SIG P238 BENSALEM, PA. (June 2017) – (ArmsVault.com) – Fobus Holsters and Mag Pouches expands its extensive holster and mag pouch line to include the new KMSG for the Kimber Micro, Kimber Micro 9, Sig P938 and Sig P238. It is available …

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Jun 06

GAO Denies GLOCK MHS Pistol Protest

The GAO Denies GLOCK, Inc.’s MHS Pistol Protest SMYRNA, GA. – Jun 6th, 2017 – (ArmsVault.com) – The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has denied GLOCK, Inc.’s protest of the Army’s award of the Modular Handgun System (MHS) contract to Sig Sauer. The focus of GLOCK, Inc.’s protest was that the U.S. Army did not complete …

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