The NY Times has published an interesting article back in 2012 about the tourist shooting ranges in Cambodia. Its well worth reading, but what especially a reader’s attention was the .22 AK AR-15 in leading photo (click though to see the full resolution [Read More…]
The top selling rifle in the USA.
Last year I blogged about the beautiful CAT scanned prints sold by Mr. Houston H on Etsy. After I wrote that blog post I decided to get prints of the AK and the AR-15. They have just gotten back from the framers and they look amazing (see above), the photo does not [Read More…]
Sig Sauer submitted its new Muzzle Brake to ATF for approval last year. Hoping they would receive a ruling similar to the recent news on their Sig Arm Brace. Unfortunately ATF has deemed it a suppressor and requires a Form 1 or 4. Sig intends on fighting this. I wish [Read More…]
CMMG has now released the line of pistols, which are available now on their website. Made from their popular line of rifles, the pistols will have the same high quality that CMMG is known for. I foresee their line of pistols being popular, especially after the [Read More…]
Yesterday a video surfaced on a YouTube account under the name Matt Kennedy with B&H Gun Sales (or B&H Police Supply) out of Merritt Island, FL. The video is about a new lower called the SCR (Sporting Configurable Rifle) that is currently a prototype from Ares [Read More…]
This video demonstrates how the TrackingPoint AR functions in default mode (‘red dot’), free fire (range adjusted mode) and the advanced mode where the operator can tag moving targets. This product looks absolutely phenomenal. Three new precision guided [Read More…]
While I was down in Phoenix for the 3MR event, I learned that the trigger system had a coating on it called NP3. Also on hand for the media event was someone from ROBAR that was able to talk about the NP3 coating, and what it does. NP3 is a coating that is Electroless [Read More…]
As an ACR shooter/owner, I have been following the development of the Polish MSBS rifle system with keen interest. It would seem that the platform is getting closer to full deployment (slotted for starting formal force-wide adoption later this year). Equipped.PL was [Read More…]
Central Missouri Machine Guns, more commonly known as CMMG, started as a print shop in the early aughts before heading down the path to become one of the most well-known AR manufacturers in the industry. Starting with barrels and uppers exclusively, CMMG now [Read More…]
X Products is partnering up with another company to produce a Soda Can launcher. It will be a dedicated upper and fires from blanks. It will shoot a soda can about 100-150 yards. They have a video on their Facebook page. It looks just like this one.
Mission First Tactical has an interesting stock. The Battlelink Minimalist Stock, or BMS. The BMS is a rather minimalistic approach to an adjustable stock. However they designed it so that the end-user can make some simple modifications if they so desire. Here is an [Read More…]
Small Arms Defense Journal spent some significant ink profiling the development of a new AR-15 platform compatible long-range round. The 6.5x40mm (aka .264 Warrior Magnum) is not to be confused with the (relatively) common 6.5 Grendel. Developed by Mitch Shoffner, the [Read More…]
When FNH was submitting the SCAR for consideration in the Special Operations Forces (SOF) Combat Assault Rifle Program, Knights Armament had their own submission. It was called the S.L.I.C.K. (S.O.F. Light Individual Carbine Kalashnikov)
XSSights has announced the release of the C.S.A.T. iron sight upgrades (notched rear and tritium front) for Troy Industries’ venerable Battle Sights. The C.S.A.T. is designed by former Army MSgt. Paul Howe to allow the user to quickly switch from 7 to 100 yards [Read More…]