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Sig Sauer P365 Micro-compact everyday carry size with unprecedented 10+1 full-size capacity. The P365 is striker-fired, with the clean crisp trigger pull you expect from a SIG. Lightweight and easy to conceal, the P365 is chambered in 9mm and is rated for +P ammunition. Included standard are XRAY3 Day/Night sights, a 10-round flush fit magazine, […]

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Overview Compact and sleek, the M&P BODYGUARD 380 delivers personal protection in an easy-to-carry, comfortable platform. Chambered for .380 ACP, the lightweight pistol features a high-strength polymer frame with a black, matte-coated stainless-steel slide and barrel. The new M&P BODYGUARD 380 retains original design features including a 2 ¾-inch barrel, which contributes to an overall […]

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Turkey Season

Gobblers Only: One a day; five during combined fall and spring. NOTE: Spring turkey season will be delayed for research purposes on the following WMAs. The delayed season will run March 23 to April 30, 2019. Barbour, J.D. Martin-Skyline, Hollins, Oakmulgee, Lowndes, Choccolocco, and Perdido River.  SPRING SEASON (DECOYS PERMITTED) Zone 1: March 16 – April 30 Counties: Autauga, Baldwin, […]

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History of Spike’s Tactical

Spike’s Tactical is an American firearms and parts manufacturer, including complete uppers, lower receivers, rifles, and barrels. Spikes Tactical was originally founded in Maitland, Florida on October 15 2004 by Michael Register. [ In 2006, it moved to Apopka, Florida with current CEO Angela Register and VP James Dunst coming on board. Spike’s Tactical mission is simple, they strive […]

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History of Federal Ammunition

On April 27, 1922, Charles L. Horn took control of a small plant in Anoka,Minnesota and refounded Federal Cartridge Corporation. Horn launched a distribution plan that involved merchandising Federal products in grocery stores, barbers shops, and filling stations. In 1941, Federal earned an $87-million contract from the U.S. government (approx. $1.3 billion in 2010) to build and […]

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