Shot Show 2016: Remington RM380

Shot Show 2016: Remington RM380


Never before has a handgun so diminutive been built to such high standards for performance and reliability. Every feature of the RM380 has been fine-tuned to deliver unfailing function with unrivaled accuracy and control in the most extreme conditions on earth – the fight of your life. It’s simply the most complete fusion of confidence and concealment to ever hit the Every Day Carry category.

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$599.99 (Reg.$ 799.99)
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Sig Sauer P365 9mm Pistol 12 Rd RTT Tacpac, Coyote

Sig Sauer P365 9mm Pistol 12 Rd RTT Tacpac, Coyote

The award-winning P365 has redefined the micro-compact pistol category, quickly becoming one of the most coveted firearms in the industry.

$449.99 (Reg. $549.99)
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Smith & Wesson M&p Shield Ez 9mm Pistol With Manual Safety, Black - 12436

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield EZ 9mm Pistol With Manual Safety, Black

The next evolution of the M&P Shield EZ pistol, the M&P9 Shield EZ encompasses all of the M&P Shield EZ features, now in the powerful 9mm caliber.

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3 Pack Of Blem Psa Stealth Ar-15 Lowers

3 Pack Of BLEM PSA Stealth AR-15 Lowers

These forged lowers are quality made using material is 7075-T6 and are marked "CAL MULTI" to accommodate most builds. The finish is Black Hardcoat Anodize per MIL-8625 Type 3 class 2.

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Rob is a NRA Certified Pistol Instructor and firearms enthusiast. He spent 3 years in the U.S. Army during the Reagan years. He travels the world as a technical consultant working in the field of aviation. When at home he can be found at the range, on his Harley or somewhere off road in his Jeep.
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Picked up the first one received at a sporting goods store near me, on Nov 3rd. I think it will certainly give the others in it’s class a run for the money. To this point, the LCP was my favorite in the small and lightweight pocket 380 class. I’ve read where some think this is more like an LC380 contender, but the weight and size put it much closer to the LCP. Main reason I put down the $$ for one, because it is a metal alloy rather than polymer. With only about 300 rounds through it to date, I have had ZERO malfunctions of any type. It will take some getting used to the trigger, as it is different from the LCP, but certainly something that will become more familiar over time, the more I shoot it. If you are in the market for a small, reliable 380 size firearm, I would suggest giving this a test run. FYI: I had a S&W BG380, still have the LCP, don’t like the Beretta Pico and well, the KelTec is basically the forerunner of the LCP, with the LCP being the leader in this group; till now that is.

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