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By Chris A. Choat


American Tactical, a world-wide importer of firearms, ammunition and tactical equipment to the USA, is proud to introduce the GSG Firefly. Together, American Tactical and German Sport Guns (GSG) have brought numerous .22LR firearms to American gun enthusiasts over the years, and the Firefly is the latest in these offerings. The Firefly brings lightweight versatility with its polymer finish available in black, green and tan. It has a total length of 7.2 inches, total height of 5.3 inches, and is just 1.5 inches wide. The Firefly weighs under 25 ounces with the magazine. Its 4” steel barrel is available threaded or non-threaded. The GSG Firefly features a wear-resistant alloy frame outfitted with an integrated accessory rail. The slide features adjustable sights, and along with the rugged blowback system, fixed barrel and superior ergonomic grip, the GSG Firefly delivers exceptional accuracy. Additional safeties include an internal locking device and slide mounted ambidextrous safety. The Firefly comes with a 10-round capacity magazine and has a retail price of $269.95. For more information on American Tactical, visit


If you are a belt-fed fan then there is a new piece of jewelry that you need to have. Made by a company called Combat Unicorn, it is a bracelet made from a 9mm belt-fed belt such as is used in the Freedom Ordnance FM-9 upper. The new bracelet is loaded with dummy ammunition that is available in several different finishes along with several different bullet styles and links that are available in chrome, black nitride or even gold finish. The bracelets can be instantly sized to fit the wearers wrist by simply adding or removing rounds and links. By mixing the black and gold links in the black mirrored finish 9mm ammunition you can have a very good looking bracelet that any shooter would be envious of. Combat Unicorn makes all styles of the bracelets in many different color options. The company also makes some great refrigerator or toolbox magnets out of either 9mm or 5.56 mm rounds. For more...


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