There is something magical about shooting or hunting in cold misty conditions. Thanks to Kevin for this photos of his Remington 700 in .338 Lapua.
MNOR sent us this photo of his friend’s service rifle. He did not say which country his friend serves. The HK416 is a popular rifle for special forces around the world, and the standard service rifle for a number of European countries. This rifle features a slim [Read More…]
The very talented gun photographer Justin Colter sent us these photos of his AR-15 Short Barreled Rifle (10.3″ barrel) with AAC M4-2000 suppressor. Thanks Justin. Submit photos you have taken to TFB’s Photo Of The Day.
Thanks to Michael for sending us this nifty photo of his Mosin rifle and Tokarev pistol. Submit photos you have taken to TFB’s Photo Of The Day.
This is a little off topic, but we often discuss international arms deals on TFB and, like me, many of you readers are big fans of the movie Lord of War (2005) which has been also discussed on TFB a number of times. If you have ever wondered how international arms [Read More…]
Oleg Volk has reviewed the Gemtech GM22 Suppressor, which has a single high-quality core with asymmetric baffles. Oleg writes … Since oppressive regulations made silencers into durable goods (as opposed to disposables as in New Zealand), periodic maintenance is [Read More…]
Henrik sent us the above photo with the following description … Greeting from Sweden. This is me hunting moose and bear in the northern part of Sweden. I figure you guys would like to see something less tactical once in a while. The rifle is a Marlin 1895 [Read More…]
Editor’s note: This article was written by Claymore. His previous blog posts can be read here. A while back I was talking with a friend who was employed by one of our government’s many “agencies”. As usual we eventually got around to discussing [Read More…]
A popular platform for building DIY “zip guns” is the humble staple gun that is easily obtainable at your local office supply store. This is a four shot model (not sure if that means 4 shots fired all at once, or four barrels each fired on a single pull of [Read More…]
LordStickMax sent us this photo of his first NFA acquisition, a Rifle Dynamics Tula Krink chambered in 5.45x39mm. He has since added a Colt Commando and 5.56mm suppressor to his collection. According to the Rifle Dynamics website, they can no longer obtain the parts [Read More…]
Brandon sent in this nifty photo of two of his Savage rifles on prairie near Badlands National Park. This is a photo of my Savage 12VLP chambered in 22-250 with a Leupold VX-2 scope. The back rifle is a Savage 93r17 BVSS with a Vortex Crossfire 2. This photo was taken [Read More…]
My favorite Muzzle Energy Calculator was hosted by AirHog, makers of high quality air gun tanks, valves and other accessories. Airhog redesigned their website a while back and have taken the old site offline, which included the calculator. Through the magic of the [Read More…]
TFB Reader Gregor emailed us these photos he took of a semi auto SIG SG552 with a short barrel. The combination of the 8.9 inch barrel, Primary Arms TTO compensator and ordinary 55 grains .223 ammo produces a huge muzzle flash, accompanied by rays of hot particles. [Read More…]
This beautiful pistol is a ČZ vz. 27 and chambered in 7.65 mm Browning (aka. .32 ACP). I am not sure when this model was first manufactured but it was at least as early as 1939 (feel free to share any information you have on this gun in the comment below). This [Read More…]
A European reader emailed us a photo of his first two guns which he purchased earlier this summer. A Ruger 10/22 is the perfect beginners rifle and an AR-15 is a solid choice for any shooter. Earlier this summer I got my first guns and went out to the range to try them [Read More…]
To be honest, I am a plastic fantastic fan myself, but I cannot call a plastic gun beautiful … Glock guns simply are not beautiful. The 1911 is a beautiful gun. TFB reader Sean managed to buy this beauty for a very good price in the used section of his local gun [Read More…]
Moody’s Investor Service has downgraded Heckler & Koch GmbH’s (Germany) Corporate Family Rating because the company may not have enough cashflow to pay the semi-annual $14 million of interest it owes on its EUR295 million debt. From the research [Read More…]