From Magpul - Moe M-Lok Hand Guards

M-LOK Hand Guards and Accessories We have a number of new products available to ship now:

MOE M-LOK Hand Guards in Carbine, Mid, and Rifle lengths, all with our new M-LOK slots for improved versatility. MSRP $29.95-$39.95

The PMAG 25 M118 LR/SR GEN M3 Window, 7.62x51 Magazine for use with longer-than-SAAMI-spec match ammunition up to 2.830" OAL. MSRP $22.95

The MIAD/MOE Lube Bottle Core comes standard with the MIAD GEN 1.1 Grips, but is now available for use with MOE, MOE+, MOE-K2, MOE-K2+, and MOE AK Grips. MSRP $14.95

The M-LOK Offset Light Mount, Polymer is a lighter weight, inexpensive version of our Aluminum Offset Mount that allows for the direct attachment of the Surefire® M300/600 series of Scout Lights® or other MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny light mounts. MSRP $17.95

In addition, starting January 5th, we'll begin shipping the M-LOK Rail Covers, TYPE 2. These low-profile, two-piece covers install directly onto most M-LOK aluminum hand guards, are non-orientation specific to allow the user to mount them in any direction desired without affecting function, feature beveled contours to minimize potential snagging, utilize our TSP texture for additional grip, and protrude only slightly more than 1/8" from the mounting surface to maintain a low-profile. Includes six panels, each covering one M-LOK slot. MSRP $12.95

From LaserMax - 3rd Annual Women’s Outdoor & Shooting Industry Dinner

to be held during the Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade ShowSM (SHOT Show®)

Rochester, New York - – Las Vegas will once again roll out the red carpet for the elegant side of the firearms industry at the Women’s Outdoor & Shooting Industry Dinner, January 21 from 7–10 pm. Now in its third year, this eagerly anticipated event is expected to draw more than 250 female firearm industry associates to the Public House in the opulent Venetian Resort Hotel Casino.

Presented by LaserMax®each year since its inception, the dinner has grown from a small gathering of ladies meeting after a long day on the SHOT Show floor, to an occasion that has inspired involvement and collaboration from all corners of the industry. 

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From the Maryland Department of Natural Resources - Muzzleloader Deer Season to Reopen December 20

Deer running through the woodsThe second portion of Maryland’s muzzleloader deer season begins on Saturday, December 20 and runs through January 3, 2015. Hunters who possess a valid Maryland hunting license and a Muzzleloader Stamp, or are exempt from the hunting license requirements, may use muzzleloading firearms to hunt white-tailed and sika deer during this season.

The bag limits for the season are:

From the Pennsylvania Game Commission - Record-book Buck to be scored Dec. 16 in Harrisburg

Jeff Lenzi, of Allegheny County, poses with the buck that has potential to top the Pennsylvania records book for typical bucks. Lenzi harvested the buck Oct. 10, and on Tuesday, Dec. 16, he’s scheduled to bring the rack to Harrisburg to have it scored officially and find out if it’s the new No. 1 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - By now, you might have heard about an Allegheny County buck taken two months ago during the statewide archery season; a buck so large it might be a new Pennsylvania state record.

Will it measure up as the No. 1 buck on record?

That remains to be seen, but viewers everywhere can watch live online as the buck is measured and its official score recorded.

Allegheny County hunter Jeff Lenzi, who harvested the massive 10-point buck Oct. 10, is scheduled to bring the rack to the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s headquarters on Tuesday, Dec. 16, to have it officially scored.

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From the Iowa Department of Natural Resources - Make These Upcycled DIY Shotgun Shell Wreaths for Your Favorite Hunter This Holiday Season

Upcycled DIY shotgun shell and casing wreath instructions from Iowa Outdoors magazineSpend time together crafting these simple, yet elegant projects in an afternoon. Each has a refined look, yet are surprisingly simple—perfect for beginner to expert crafters. Use these idea starters, then add your own style.

Shell and Rifle Casing Wreath

Supplies Needed:

• One 8-inch diameter vine wreath form

• Floral wire

• Mixture of washed, spent shotgun shells and brass shell casings

• Decorative wired ribbon    

• 20-count strand of lights (either battery operated or plug-in depending upon your intended location.)

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Whitetail deer  - image from Michigan Department of Natural Resources website

From the Michigan Department of Natural Resources - New dates for Michigan's muzzleloader deer season

The Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that the 2014 muzzleloader deer season opens across the state Friday, Dec. 5.

"Having a statewide opener for muzzleloading season really eases confusion hunters have on when and where this season starts," said DNR deer biologist Ashley Autenrieth.

Zones 1 and 2 will remain open until Dec. 14. Zone 3 has seven more days of muzzleloader hunting, with the season ending Dec. 21. For hunting zone information, see the 2014 Hunting and Trapping Digest or visit Michigan.gov/hunting.

Hunters must have a base license and either a deer license or deer combo license to take an antlered deer... more on Michigan's deer season for muzzleloaders ...

From Beretta - Beretta Releases Limited Editions of Iconic 90 Series Pistols

92FS Brigadier Inox Accokeek, Maryland The Beretta M9 and 92FS are among the most widely recognized firearms in history, and the most notable models from Beretta’s iconic 90 Series. The Beretta 92 was submitted in 1980 for the XM9 program conducted by the U.S. Military to seek out a replacement for the M1911.

During a five-year testing period these pistols were subjected to the most extensive military pistol test program ever conducted. In 1985, the Beretta M9 – a model from the legendary 90 Series, was adopted as the official sidearm of the U.S. Military and has served there ever since. 

Beretta has produced many variants of the 90 Series since then and today is very excited to announce it will manufacture a limited number of selected models from this iconic series.

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From the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection - Six-day Firearm Deer Season Opens Monday, December 8

Happy and proud youth with his first buck - image from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection website Trenton, New Jersey - Garden State hunters are finalizing plans and gearing up for the December 8 start of New Jersey's Six-day Firearm Deer Season. The Six-day or traditional "buck" season runs this year through December 13, and will provide great memories and countless hours of excitement for sportsmen and sportswomen throughout New Jersey.

The season bag limit is two antlered deer, but the first buck must be reported via the Automated Harvest Report System before a second buck can be pursued. Hunters who do not harvest a buck or only harvest one buck during the six-day season have the opportunity to take one antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun season if they purchase an antlered buck shotgun permit in addition to the regular zone permit. However, if a hunter harvests two antlered deer, he/she forfeits the opportunity to harvest an antlered deer during the Permit Shotgun season.

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From Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A. - Yamaha “Real Tough” Sweepstakes for Farmers and Ranchers

Partnership with Agriculture.com and Successful Farming Promotes Viking or Viking VI Giveaway

Partnership with Agriculture.com and Successful Farming Promotes Viking or Viking VI Giveaway at http://realtoughsweepstakes.com

Cypress, California – Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., has partnered with Agriculture.com and Successful Farming to give away a Viking three-person Side-by-Side (SxS) or Viking VI six-person SxS at http://realtoughsweepstakes.com. The sweepstakes will run through December 29, 2014.

The winner of the online sweepstakes will have their pick between a Viking or Viking VI, both of which are being assembled in the U.S.A. at Yamaha’s factory in Newnan, Georgia, for worldwide distribution. With class-leading cab room and comfort, and superior handling and off-road capabilities, the Viking is a tough and hardworking utility-based vehicle that is also fun to drive... get all the details on Yamaha's Real Tough sweepstakes ...

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