CenterFire Systems sell a Bullpup stock kit for AKs: The AK-47 Bullpup Stock has an overall length of 27″ and weighs 7 lbs. when installed on a rifle Chibajoe at saiga-12.com installed it on his 20 gauge Saiga Shotgun. Click to expand. Very cool.
Archive: August, 2008
Matt recently comment on this post about the Australian AUG A4 (ADI Austeyr F88 A4): To clear up “125″ issues and confusion the A3 varient is to be upgraded to allow the firing of GLA and underslung shot gun attachment with the trigger finger. There is much [Read More…]
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Interesting development. That was the last place in the world where I expected firearms to be banned. From Stars and Stripes: DIYALA PROVINCE, Iraq — The police chief of this restive province has ordered a ban on all firearms, including AK-47 rifles to which every [Read More…]
Rachel Papo photographed IDF woman as as part of her masters thesis project. It is very well done. Just about every photo features an M16. So I am justified in blogging it More here.
Andy @ AAC has posted scans of a Maxim Silencer brochure. The prices range from $5 for a .22 suppressor to $9.50 for a high powered rifle caliber suppressor. Click to expand. View the rest of the brochure here.
Snowflakes in Hell (who, long overdue, is now on my blogroll) has photos of the Para Ordnance TTR AR-15. The Tactical Target Rifle features a unique recoil system above the barrel, which significantly reduces recoil and allows for a folding stock. The new Para Tactical [Read More…]
Mr. Completely posted this video last week, and I forgot to post it here. This would definitely make Dogmatix cry.
Very cool. Hat Tip: SayUncle
Leupold have launched a new scope called the UltimateSlam for shotguns and modern muzzleloaders. The SABR reticle can be adjusted to match your load. SABR: Sabot Ballistics Reticle Leupold’s® all-new UltimateSlam™ riflescope is the ideal combination of flexibility, [Read More…]
Bill Ruger is spinning in his grave. Ruger has a promotion where you can get a free 20 round magazine when you purchase a Mini-14. More info here. Hat Tip: Guns Holsters and Gear
Those lucky Canadians will be able to purchase the Norinco Type 97 later this year. Type 97A. Click to expand. The Type 97 is the civilian export version of the QBZ-97 rifle, which in turn is the export version of the 5.8x42mm QBZ-95. It is chambered in 5.56x45mm and [Read More…]
The blogger who blogs at THEATRUM BELLI, a french blog, has put together a very good flicker photoset with over 600 photos. Well worth checking out. There are a few interesting photos of the Abkhazians militia. Checkout the camo. Abkhazian paramilitaries are seen at a [Read More…]
The blog has been moved to the new server. The server is a VPS (Virtual Private Server) which requires the entire server be setup by manually. There is a good chance I have forgot to configure something. I would appreciate an email if you find anything not working. I do [Read More…]
I will be moving the blog to another server over the next few days. There will probably be some downtime.
This is very interesting. A one piece 5.7x28mm modular upper that attaches to a AR-15 lower receiver and uses 50 round FN P90 magazines. TrueWPN at AR-15.com took these photos. Click to expand. Well this thing is interesting. Its a AR-15- PS90 cross bread. The one piece [Read More…]
Lee, a Blackwater armorer, emailed me some info on the BW15: 1.Yes we do offer the BW15 in more than just 5.56mm. As of now we are making them in 6.8mm and 7.62x39mm as well. The BW15 lower receivers are stamped Multi-cal. 2.We are using out own receivers and each [Read More…]
The photo below shows a couple of South Ossetia militia. The guy on the right is carrying a Sako TRG. It is unlikely Finland would allow arms exports to South Ossetia. It was probably bought on the civilian market and then exported. I cannot imagine that South Ossetia [Read More…]