Mr Revolverguy, who blogs at Day At The Range, has big plans for his new Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan. The appearance after the addition of these grips were absolutely amazing. At this point there was only one last thing to do, turn this revolver into the most versatile [Read More…]
The AAC & H&R (both Remington-owned companies) collaborated a couple of years ago to develop an ultra-light suppressible hunting rifle chambered in .330 AAC BLK and developed the single shot AAC / H&R Handi-Rifle with plastic furniture and a short [Read More…]
I really like this creative photo sent to us by 300BLKSOBER. It shows the sun setting through his Aimpoint T1.
Daniel, aka. AKNorthPolar sent us a photo of his 22/45. He wrote … A Ruger 22/45 Lite with a modified top rail that carries a Primary Arms reflex red dot, MaddMacs compensator, and all the usual internal upgrades. Volquartsen, Tandemkross, and the like.
Week 42. So, despite the panic runs on M855 it looks like all non M855 is holding fine–I’m not seeing much difference in pricing for lowest in caliber for .223 Rem. We do appreciate the support and constructive comments and will continue this article series [Read More…]
Finland’s special forces have announced the adoption of the SCAR-L, chambered, unusually for Finland, for 5.56x45mm. From Jane’s: Finland’s special forces have selected the Belgian FN SCAR-L assault rifle as a new standard firearm. The FN SCAR-L will [Read More…]
The AN-94 was developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s to replace the AK-74M. Like all contenders for Russia’s next-generation assault rifle it has faded into obscurity. It features a novel delayed recoil mechanism called “blowback shifted pulse.”. [Read More…]
Savage Arms is now making several Troy Landry rimfire rifles that sport an alligator camouflage. If you are not familiar with Landry, he is one of the personalities in the Swamp People television show on the History channel. The rifles are all versions of existing [Read More…]
I live in California (yes, yes, I know) and therefore am not allowed to own silencers here. However, I can own and use them in silencer-friendly states via an NFA trust. TFB previously covered the pros and cons of creating an NFA trust here. In short, yes, it seems to [Read More…]
Short Barrel Shepard was informed of a new ATF opinion letter making the rounds, this time focusing on installing a tube to facilitate the attachment of arm braces. The questions and their answers are found in detail, with the ATF basically holding that the installation [Read More…]
I am fascinated by the push towards light small arms, especially now with a thriving aftermarket for rifles. An entrepreneurial fellow has started The Sub 60-oz AR Project on Tumblr and thus far has made some significant progress. The goal is to create a less than 3.75 [Read More…]
Gman send us a photo of his International Harvester M1 Garand, with some of the ammo that was shot later that day. The Garand sure is one handsome gun.
If you are anything like me, I’m sure that you have found yourself in your friend’s basement discussing the finer points of co-witnessing back up iron sights on platforms other than the AR-15. One of these platforms that came up was the Benelli M4, and many laughs [Read More…]
The Steyr AUG is one of, if not the world’s most successful bullpup, albeit even today the AUG certainly looks quite strange to the uninitiated. While the bullpup configuration was by no means a new idea, it certainly went mainstream in the West with the AUG. But how does this Austrian [Read More…]