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When I was growing up, Ruger's first entry into the long gun market was their unique .44 Magnum Carbine introduced in I960.
Federal and CCI Ammunition sponsored shooters Cole Busch and Hunter Sykes are using new products from these trusted brands to win big in Pistol Caliber Carbine, USPSA and Precision Rifle Challenge events.
FN America also announced the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) selected a custom-designed FN 15 Patrol Carbine equipped with agency-selected upgrades for use by its officers.
Ron Norton, of Inland Manufacturing, is making what may well be one of the finest M1 Carbines available today.
A separate tender is being floated to buy 93,000 carbines under fast track procedure.
Hi-Point carbines operate via straight blowback, and the recoil of the 10mm cartridge can get a bit snappy.
Ruger recently introduced its PC Carbine, a clean sheet upgrade/redesign of its former pistol caliber Police Carbines designated PC9 (9mm) and PC4 (sometimes referred to as PC40, in .40 S&W) made between 1996 and 2006.
In his recent article ("Pistol Caliber Carbines," Nov/Dec 2017), he referred to the .30 Cal carbine as a "poodle shooter." My roommate for the past six years is a standard poodle named Duke (after the great one--John Wayne).
In 1841 Jenks received a contract to supply the Navy with 4,000 carbines produced by N.P.
A review exploring the RCMP response to Justin Bourque's shooting spree in June in New Brunswick calls for the force to take immediate action to better arm Mounties, including the widespread deployment of patrol carbines -- one of 64 recommendations that have all been accepted by the RCMP.
The Army failed to negotiate a lower per-unit cost with Colt before launching a competition to replace the rifle, even though the assistant secretary of the Army said that at a "reasonable price," the Army would continue to purchase M4 carbines, the report said.