Archive: January, 2015

KRISS Arms 2015 Products

At the SHOT Show Range Day, KRISS Arms brought out some interesting things out to the range. For 2015 there will be an updated KRISS Vector Carbine. They are updating the barrel shroud to an SilencerCo Osprey like design. The one pictured is for a Canadian model due to [Read More…]

Howa Mini Action rifle

New Howa Mini Action Rifles

Long action. Short action. Now Howa has the Mini Action. At the 2015 SHOT Show, Legacy Sports showed the new Howa Mini Action rifles. Mini action rifles use bolts and chambers that are 12% shorter than normal short actions. In theory, this means a shorter throw that [Read More…]

.300 BLK FNH SCAR

Walking around SHOT Show, some things stand out and catch your eye. This all blue SCAR 16S stood out to me. At first glance I thought it was just custom Cerakoted SCAR. But upon looking closer, it is chambered in .300blk.

Sun Devil MFG Adjustable Gas Key

Sun Devil Manufacturing released their new Adjustable Gas Key at the 2015 SHOT Show. Dubbed the ADIGS (adjustable drop in gas system), their new gas key is compatible with both AR15 and AR10 bolt carriers. It’s adjusted via a self locking adjustment screw and is [Read More…]

Big Bore Silencer and Suppressed Bolt Carriers from Gemtech

My last day at SHOT I finally got to stop by one of my last vendors, Gemtech. Even near the end of the show, their huge booth was still packed with hardly any room to spare. The new products that were being showcased at SHOT include The Arrow (and the Arrow’s [Read More…]

C&R Trigger Pull Test

My last trigger pull test of modern sporting rifles and assault rifles (the test included some assault rifles of the proper definition) was very eye opening and seemingly well received. I really wanted to expand upon this by delving into more categories; C&R long [Read More…]

A rifle named Rosalie

Trench Art has always fascinated historians and collectors alive because it makes us have a personal connection with the curators of the various equipment it is displayed upon. But from an administrative standpoint, cutting up issued gear is no interesting manner, it is [Read More…]

At least he had taste…

A man in Texas is being charged with wire fraud after going on a spending spree and spending over 300,000 dollars on a company credit card, over 20,000 dollars was on seventeen firearms. Taking a look at the list of the firearms purchased, at least he had taste… [Read More…]