Archive: March, 2014
Today on March 25th, 2014 I set out to test some PCP polymer cased ammo in some commonly available military rifles. I drug out a PTR-91 and an FN FAL with the ammo. I function tested each rifle with 40 rounds of Winchester 7.62×51 beforehand to make sure each gun [Read More…]
The DRD Paratus is cool, but the Head Down Products “Deceptus” takes the take-down rifle to a new, more elegant, level. The Deceptus uses a specialized barrel nut, upper, and handguard; the rifle is otherwise AR-15 compatible. The break-down design allows [Read More…]
The Outdoor Channel’s Down Range TV has released a compelling (if highly marketing tinged) look into Hornady’s operations and bullet-manufacturing. The video, clocking in at just shy of 9:00 is a revealing expose of the specialized machines, processes, and [Read More…]
This S&W Bodyguard 380 was sent to a home-based FFL. Manufactured last month, it was sent from the factory with no slide serrations! Members of the Smith&Wesson Forum suggested that this is no problem as long as he sells it to a customer with a pair of pliers!
A reader spotted an AK-style rifle chambered in 12 Gauge at the Norinco booth at IWA ’14. Stamped on the side, underneath “Jianshe Industry, Made in China” is “USSG COCOA, FL”. This is an import mark that means this particular gun is [Read More…]
This guest post was written by SO of the Defense and Freedom blog. The biggest challenge with pistols in emergencies is the decision whether to shoot or not. Yet once the decision to shoot has been made unconsciously, the most pressing challenge that remains is to [Read More…]
The Sudanese military have selected the Chinese QBZ-97 bullpup for their Future Soldier System. The Sudanese military have been using Chinese weapon for a while now and those including: Type 96 main battle tank, HJ-8 anti-tank missile, Type 56 and Type 81 rifles, CQ [Read More…]
Over the years I’ve had some decent slings that did the job but never one I really was impressed with and did everything well. I imagine most of you have purchased slings based on looks, brand and such only to be disappointed by the performance. My biggest pet peeve [Read More…]
I received an email from Silencerco about how to purchase a silencer or if the term fits suppressor. The video is done very well. It’s both informative and humorous.
Fans of Longmire rejoice, this week’s submission includes the much loved and reviled… Branch Connally (I mean how dare he run against the Sheriff!?!?). Smirk-arising matrix below: On-target or no-impact, no-idea? Thanks, Renegade!