In the mid-1990s. the American firm "Advanced Long-range Systems LLC" from Eagle Point, Philadelphia, offered a rather unusual service on the market of large-caliber weapons at that time.
American David Moore, who was born into a family of hereditary inventors and mechanics, started his arms business from the humble position of a sales consultant in a trading company selling parts for racing cars.
Serbu Firearms Inc. from Tampa, Florida, was founded in 1996 by Mark Serbu, sports shooting enthusiast and 1990 graduate of the University of South Florida with a mechanical engineering specialization.
Savage Firearms is an American arms manufacturer headquartered in Westfield, Massachusetts. Savage Firearms manufactures assorted-caliber rifles, Stevens single-shot rifles and shotguns. Until 2019, it is a subsidiary of Vista Outdoor, now an independent brand.
Sig Sauer Inc. have announced their first "bolt-action" rifle, the CROSS, aimed at precision shooting and is currently available in three calibers, including the new 277 Fury (.277 SIG Fury) Hybrid cartridge for the civilian market.
In the United States, fans of reliable carbines worried that they would not be able to buy the Saiga-12 rifle because of the anti-Russian sanctions. This weapon is made in the style of a Kalashnikov assault rifle.
Seeing a strange three-letter abbreviation in the title, you, the reader, will probably frown: “Well, again, these marketers have come up with another trick to sell us a miracle weapon, devoid of the problems of its predecessors.”