EFK Fire Dragon Barrels and Comps: SHOTREP.
SHOTREP | EFK Fire Dragon Barrels and Comps: Best Kept Secret in the Industry
One of the best kept secrets in the firearms industry is a woman-owned, family-run business called EFK Fire Dragon.
Franki Manning has been making barrels and comps for 24 years for a myriad of handgun designs, and recently unveiled a unique compensator for the Beretta Series.
It attaches via bbl threads and secures via set screw. We look forward to testing one in the near future.
An interesting bbl we saw was for the Glock 42. Threaded .380 makes for one quiet hush puppy!
Check them out at the show, visit their website at www.efkfiredragon.com, or catch our reviews here as we get a closer look in the future!
SHOT Show 2018
This has been another SHOT Show 2018 SHOTREP, brought to you by the eeeee-light writin’ team at Breach-Bang-Clear. Why are we focusing so much attention on it? Is the NSSF SHOT Show that important?
Is a pig’s ass pork?
The National Shooting Sports Foundation annual Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade show may be just one of many conventions in Vegas, (as you can see by checking out Vegas Means Business), but it’s definitely the most important one in our world…well, unless you count the AVNs. Besides, as we’ve explained (NSSF SHOT Show 2018 Approacheth), this year is SHOT’s 40th anniversary — meaning it’s damned near as old as the most seasoned dancer at Nancy’s Squat ‘n’ Gobble!
Stand by for gun news, show floor coverage, and whatever else we feel like doing while we’re in Las Vegas.
You can find all our SHOT Show 2018 articles in the SHOT Show 40th Anniversary lineup.
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