AIMPRO Tactical Custom Power Pair in July Issue of GUNS Magazine


Mossberg’s 12-gauge 590A1 and the Taurus 44 Tracker grace the cover of the July issue of GUNS Magazine, showcasing the aftermarket prowess AIMPRO Tactical offer to a variety of guns. Executive Editor Payton Miller takes these models for a post-op test-drive, giving readers a firsthand look at what an AIMPRO makeover does — both cosmetically as well as behind the trigger.

“Getting a workhorse firearm slicked up is something a lot of shooters like to think about, but the majority of us either learn to live with it as-is ‘out of the box’ or tweak things incrementally,” Miller writes. “There are plenty of major gun companies vastly experienced in tweaking out dedicated slug guns, turkey guns, duck guns and clay-target guns, but AIMPRO specializes in serious upgrades.”

In “A Kinder, Gentler Brutal Beast,” John Connor profiles how Magnum Research’s punishing Desert Eagle has been tamed with the addition of a muzzle brake in the new DE50MB..

“If you’ve felt that fuzzy, inexplicable fasciation to this handsome howitzer of handguns, but were unwilling to possibly embarrass yourself by laying out the bucks and then laying down the gun after a magazine of painful poundings, I’ve got some good news for you,” Connor writes. “The latest Deagle, and one I think is a game-changer for the design, is the DE50MB. The MB is for Muzzle Braked — and it works!”

The July Issue of GUNS Magazine also includes a feature on traditional lever-action rifles, tips from Mike “Duke” Venturino on zeroing rifles and an AR-15 Extra by Glen Zediker on the importance of chamber selection.

The Gun of the Month Giveaway, valued at $2,012, features Franklin Armory’s M4 in .300 Blackout as well as EOTech’s XPS2-300 sight. This package also includes the QTR-4 Hannibal knife from Quartermaster Knives, Olight’s M18 Maverick 500-lumen flashlight, a handcrafted Amerihide Belt by Disse Gear and a gun cleaning mat from TekMat.  Enter to win at

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