Every year, armsmakers and others in the firearms industry roll out their best and brightest new products at the annual SHOT Show, and it always seems that there are a handful of standout new guns and products that either rewrite the book on the physics of gun-making or dazzle us with unorthodox engineering.
We are always drawn to those that exhibit exceptional innovation or are of historic importance. In every instance, there is something very interesting about the gun/product featured here and why it is worthy of mention in this article. Prepare to be astounded, enriched with history, and enticed to add to your collection.
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<h2>Remington R51</h2>This is a new design based on a very old design and a very old armsmaker, E. Remington & Sons. When you look at the new <a href="http://www.gunsandammo.com/2014/01/02/first-look-remington-r51-sub-compact-pistol/" target="_blank">Remington R51</a>, your eye immediately notices the semi-auto pistol’s retro chic lines and you think, “Where have I seen that before?” If you are a collector, the immediate answer is in the gun’s name, R51. The basic design and engineering of this new 9mm +P pistol dates back to the early 20th century and the original Remington Model 51. <br> <a href="http://bluebookofgunvalues.com/blogs/sp_fjestads_lethal_blogging.aspx?blog=2&article=271" target="_blank">Read More</a>