Some guns are for hunting, some guns are for defense, but some exist just to bring a smile to your face! Of course there is nothing wrong with buying a blaster just to make you happy. This video highlight five firearms we believe are better range toys that purpose built boomsticks. Do you agree with [Read More…]
Brian, a photographer and graphic artist, sent us this nifty photo of his AK47 Yugo Zastava N-PAP. He is using a Midwest Industries optics mount with a Vortex Strikefire scope. Thanks Brian.
Tactical Revolutions has published a video showing how their AJAX armor system works. Last year I posted an article about the armor. In this new video you can see how the armor is installed, deployed and removed. There is also slow motion video of bullet strikes on [Read More…]
TDI Arms is developing a hand stop called the EVO-FAS Hybrid. These photos are of the pre-production prototype sent to us by the company. An exact shipping date was not given.
Now known as a significant part of the now ubiquitous AR platform, the charging handle has an interesting history from the first ambidextrous design (mounted on the top of the AR-10, inside the charging handle) to its final multitude of iterations. Leitner-Wise has [Read More…]
I stumbled across Amalgamated Titanium International Corporation when browsing for a bolt carrier for an upcoming lightweight build. Thinking they would only make a bolt carrier, I was surprised to see an ambitious product release schedule of titanium parts expanding [Read More…]
Gabor, who writes at KaliberInfo.hu, sent us this photo of the brand new Slovenian pistol, the Arex Rex Zero1. It looks like a pretty nifty pistol. He wrote .. Arex Rex Zero1 9 mm Luger (18+1) pistol. New Slovenian (NOT Slovakian!) pistol, with alumínium frame, DA/SA [Read More…]
After finding and posting up on the Martin Designs‘ Hammer before Christmas, Mr. Martin contacted TFB himself to say thank you and offered a Hammer for our review. Not one to turn down drinking accoutrements, I happily accepted the offer and relished to [Read More…]
A 16-year-old engaging in magnet finishing(?) made quite the haul earlier this week. During his endeavors, he discovered a cache of 40 weapons including some incredible iconic designs. But while combing Greylake on the Somerset Levels with a rope and a strong magnet [Read More…]
Medium.com has posted up a fascinating story into the history of what ultimately became the Bushmaster Pistol Bullpup. As part of their War is Boring series, they stumble upon and cover something that isn’t boring. In 1969, engineers at Colt offered the [Read More…]