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HMG™ Firearms
When Hill & Mac Gunworks started their venture in 2012, manufacturing the most durable reactive steel targets on the market that wasnt the end. Last year, HMG introduced its plans to begin manufacturing a modernized version of the iconic STG 44 Sturmgewehr rifle. Now, that idea has become a reality. In Jan 2016 the HMG™ Sturmgewehr debuted at SHOT show in Las Vegas, NV. The HMG™ Sturmgewehr is a modern interpretation of the classic StG 44, bringing together the classic function and form of the original, while also making the firearm accessible and shoot-able… in a rifle caliber! Available in a variety of different models from classic to ultra modern, this firearm is sure to please any enthusiast.

This rifle will be the first of many HMG™ creations. HMG™ is looking forward to introducing several firearm designs and firearm accessories. The future of the HMG™ product lines will be full of radically different solutions for the firearms industry.



Reactive Steel Targets

Hill & Mac Gunworks wants to provide the shooting enthusiast a better solution for training and the enjoyment of  firearms by creating an easy to use, safe, and extremely durable reactive steel target system.

Hill and Mac have been involved in the firearms industry for years, shooting both as a hobby and in competition. They found that when it came to shooting there was nothing better than shooting steel. The problem was, in the world of steel targets there were no real solutions that covered the shooting enthusiast’s needs. There were safety issues and targets that could not hold up to the rigors of every day shooters. No one in the industry had taken the time or care to provide a thoughtfully engineered solution.

Thus, Hill & Mac Gunworks was formed and the HMG™ Reactive Steel Target System was created to be that solution.

Made in America

HMG™  Firearms and Reactive Steel Target Systems are 100% made in the USA! We want our customers to know that American manufacturing is alive and well and is still something to take pride in.