Modern Technology Innovations In The Gun Industry

May 15, 2017

According to a 2016 report from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, American manufacturers are producing more than 11M firearms on a yearly basis. These are mostly handguns.

The White House has requested research into “gun safety technology.” Silicon Valley investor Ron Conway and participants in Conway’s Smart Tech Challenges Foundation are also interested in the technology that would transform the gun industry.

Technology innovations in the firearm industry have helped create guns which are safer and more accurate. Most of them are collapsible, modular and lighter, which makes them so easy to operate and handle. Moreover, modern guns much more affordable and faster than ever before.

With this in mind, merchants should turn only to a reputable merchant account provider like for a safe and secure firearm merchant account. EMB specializes in the high risk industry and knows your online firearm business best of all. EMB is voted the #1 high risk payment processor in the US and is rated A+ by the BBB.

What do today’s latest firearms advances offer?


The professionals in the field are using new polymer composite tests to see how they can make guns lighter, more durable, more resistant to high temperature and capable of limiting recoil. Polymer materials are stronger, and the industry experts will sooner or later create a complete plastic but durable weapon. That’s why companies like Glock have brought their attention to polymer adapted pistols. Many police departments in the US have adopted their Polymer G pistols.

3D Printing

A Texas-based company, Solid Concepts, have attempted to create a simple firearm from scratch using a 3D printer. The company proved that a firearm can be created and put together with the help of 3D and that it’s much more durable and accurate.

Modular Designs

Personalization is present in the firearm industry as well. The trend has enabled the manufacturers to introduce modular weapons. Special Operations Forces combat assault rifle (SCAR) can be conveniently modified and used as a close quarter’s battle (COB) rifle.

Even pistols that were only able to fire bullets are now equipped with changeable optics, lasers, flashlights and magazines.

Thanks to firearm personalization, new weapons will be produced with a variety of attachments designed to help users create the firearm they want.

Modern technology will go on changing and innovating models people use today. This will result in lower prices on the old models and the production of firearms which are diverse and much more powerful and durable than the ones available in today’s market.

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