Peek Inside Our Armory

With fully-automatic machine guns, classic lightweight handguns that still pack a powerful kick, and precision shooters for target practice, our armory is fully stocked with an impressive wide and comprehensive selection of firearms and we’re adding new ones everyday. We have all shapes, sizes and calibers, so you’re sure to find one (or more!) to suit your appetite for thrill.

Availability of guns subject to change without notice.

HK MK23 Suppressed

Available for Individual usage
Details:

Length: 16.5 in.
Weight: 2 lbs., 7 oz.
Holds: 12 rounds
Chambered: .45 ACP
Rate of Fire: Semi-automatic

HK MK23 SUPPRESSED

Developed by the German firearms manufacturer, Heckler & Koch in 1991, the MK 23 weapon system has exceptional durability in harsh environments, being waterproof and corrosion-resistant. It uses a polygonal barrel design, which is reported to improve accuracy and durability. The United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) adopted it for special operations units in the 1990s

Glock 17

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Details:

Length: 14.8 in.
Weight: 1 lb., 9 oz
Holds: 17 rounds
Chambered: 9mm
Rate of Fire: Semi-automatic

Glock 17

A favorite of zombie killers on AMC’s The Walking Dead, the Glock 17 was introduced in 1982. When Austrian Gaston Glock engineered the Glock 17 he had no experience with firearm design or manufacturing. He did, however, have extensive experience in advanced synthetic polymers, and introduced the first line of pistols with a polymer frame. Since then, Glock’s “plastic gun” has earned a reputation for durability and reliability, accounting for 65% of the handguns for United States law enforcement agencies.

Cimarron Revolver

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Details:

Length: 4.75 in.
Weight: 2.5 lbs.
Holds: 6 rounds
Chambered: .45
Rate of Fire: Single-action

Cimarron Revolver

The Cimarron Revolver is a single action revolver based on the classic 19th Century Colt Model “P” revolvers that tamed the American West. Designed by Samuel Colt in 1873, the revolutionary design changed the face of handguns by using manufactured cartages; eliminating the need to load gunpowder and bullet separately

Side X Side “Coach Gun”

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Details:

Length: 26 in. barrel
Weight: 8.95 lbs.
Holds: 2 shells
Chambered: 12 gauge

Side x Side “Coach Gun”

The Wells, Fargo & Co coined the term “Coach gun” in 1858 when they began regular stagecoach service from Tipton, Missouri to San Francisco, California. They issued shotguns to their drivers and guards for defense along the perilous 2,800-mile route. This was the origin or the phrase “riding shotgun.”

VEPR 12 Gauge

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Details:

Length: 38.5 in.
Weight: 6.85 lbs.
Holds: 8 shells
Chambered: 12 gauge

VEPR 12 Gauge

Originally designed by the arms division of the Russian manufacturer Izhmash. the Saiga 12 Gauge was imported into the US by European American Armories. Carrying similar lines to the Kalashnikov AK-47, the Saiga 12 is an automatic shotgun, originally designed for military and law enforcement use. Coming soon!

Lever Action Repeating Rifle

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Details:

Length: 36.5 in.
Weight: 5.25 lbs.
Holds: 15 round magazine
Chambered: 22 Long Rifle

Lever Action Repeating Rifle

Modeled after the Winchester Lever-Action Repeating Rifle, known as “The Gun that Won the West.” Designed in 1873, it was most famous for its rugged construction and lever-action mechanism that allowed the rifleman to fire a number of shots before having to reload: hence the term “repeating rifle”.

M4

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Details:

Length: 40 in.
Weight: 7.5 lbs.
Holds: 30 round magazine
Chambered: 5.56mm
Rate of Fire: 700 rounds/minute

M4

The M4 carbine is a shorter, lighter version of the US Military Forces’ M16 which first saw service in the Vietnam War. Designed by famed firearms designer Eugene Stoner for the ArmaLite Company in 1958. The M4 is used extensively by US Army combat units and will eventually replace the M16 completely

AK-47

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Details:

Length: 37 in.
Weight: 7 lbs.
Holds: 30 round magazine
Chambered: 5.45mm
Rate of Fire: 100 rounds/minute

AK-47

The AK-47 (or “Kalashnikov automatic rifle model 1974″) is a Russian assault rifle developed by the famed Russian General and firearms designer Mikhail Kalashnikov in the 1970’s. The rifle first saw service with Soviet forces in Afghanistan in 1979. The AK-47 is still used by most former USSR and Soviet Block countries.

FN SCAR

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Details:

Length: 39 in.
Weight: 9 lbs.
Holds: 20 round magazine
Chambered: 7.62mm
Rate of Fire: 600 rounds/minute

FN Scar

Designed by the Belgium manufacturer FN Herstal, The Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) is a modular rifle made for the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM.) Coming soon!

MP5

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Details:

Length: 27 in.
Weight: 6 lbs.
Holds: 30 round magazine
Chambered: 9mm
Rate of Fire: 800 rounds/minute

MP5

The MP5 (from the German Maschinenpistole 5) is a 9mm submachine gun, developed in 1966 by the German small arms manufacturer Heckler & Koch. The MP5 is one of the most widely used submachine guns in the world. Adopted by military and law enforcement in over 40 nations, the MP5 is a staple in the Special Operations community.

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