ENDO posted up a video testing out OAMC (Over All Master Cloth) kevlar shoes. They put it to the test, with an M4. The video is visually stunning, like the shoes. However they do not hold up well to the M4 test. You can get these $868 shoes online
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.
At IWA the KRISS Group announced they will be making a .22LR under their Krytac brand. It will be an AR-15 variant style from their Airsoft line. I am eager to see some more competition in the dedicated .22LR AR market. I shall look forward to what Krytac will be [Read More…]
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…]
Rifleshooter built a super short precision rifle and test it to see if it is worthwhile. Here they test it at 100 yards. Then they take the short rifle to stretch its legs out at 635 yards. Their results are rather impressive and makes for a very effective rifle.
Lucky Gunner takes a look at the new Sig Sauer Elite Perfornace Ammo. I admit, I missed this too at Shot Show. They compare Sig’s ammo to a few competitor brands. Go to Lucky Gunner to see the pretty pictures, video and ballistics gelatin review of the Sig Sauer [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)
Yes I said “Beard Camouflage”. For those super secret black ops where your tactical beard could give you away. Fear not, for Applied Orange has come to your aid. No longer do you have to worry about your awesome Viking beard clashing in the snow, unless you [Read More…]
This is a bullet shaped mini black powder cannon. I am not quite sure why they call it a mug. I suppose it is somewhat mug sized. Here is a time lapse of the Thunder Cannon being fabricated. Go to The Mans Cave to get one.
Since May of 2012, there have been a few complaints from KRISS Vector owners about the difficulty in pulling the charging handle on their KRISS Vectors. It didn’t matter if it was a Carbine, SDP pistol, or SBR. Some owners have mitigated the problem with 500 rds+ [Read More…]
This is so cool looking. It looks like something out of a video game. It will have thermal camouflage and radar absorbing material to make it stealth. The infrared camouflage technology applied to this tank is very exciting. It is armed to the teeth and has modular [Read More…]
I remember seeing it in the movie Demolition Man, being wielded by Wesley Snipes. The real thing is just as fantastic as the movie portrayed. Remember Metal Storm? The G11 was there first. H&K developed caseless ammo for the G11. Their primary focus was to get a [Read More…]
Back in the 70s, this was originally the Individual Multi-Purpose weapon or IMP. It was chambered in .221 fireball and was designed for the airforce. A PDW for pilots. It was designed to be shot from the arm, but they also did consider shooting it from a sling. Similar [Read More…]
I suppose in comparison to an airplane full of passengers, what’s 44 guns lost in the big scheme of things? Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairman does not see any need for further investigation. More information here.
I am surprised that TFB has not talked about the Sub-2000. As far as I can search, not once. So lets take a look at this neat little folding pistol caliber carbine. For those who are not familiar with this weapon, It is chambered in 9mm or 40 S&W. Kel-Tec makes two [Read More…]
John Johnston of Ballistic Radio gave an update on shooting his FNS-9 longslide. Pretty impressive. 2201 shots fired and only 4 failures. One of the downsides to having something new? Not a lot of aftermarket support. Check out his review here.
Shooting Dental Floss with a 22LR? Sure no problem. In his sleep. Shooting dental floss as it swings? Please, give him a challenge! A ball at the end of the string and has to go into a small basketball hoop? Bring it!
Midwest Industries has a replacement handguard for the IWI Tavor. It has Keymod slots and an optional light mount front plate to place a 1″ light below the barrel. Front light mount cap For more info, go the Midwest Industries
Here is an interesting test. I really do not condone putting anyone’s life at risk to test if a car is bullet proof. I am curious how they thought it was bullet proof. Did they just obtain the car on the word of the previous owner? And what would convince them to [Read More…]
An interesting product. It is simple and provides a lot of options for organizing gear. I can see it being useful for organizing bug out bags or range bags. You can mount molle pouches or screwed on gear like teklocks. Molleganizer by Bladetricks
Think you know all there is about the Magpul MBUS? Did you know the MBUS was originally designed for the KRISS Vector? The early prototype KRISS Vector, like the one seen on Future Weapons, were kitted out with HK MP7 style iron sights. The MP7 sights are a dual [Read More…]
Hickok45 takes a look at two .308 battle rifles. The Springfield Socom 16 and the SCAR 17. When he compares the recoil, I concur. My SCAR17 recoil is so soft, it is like a smidgen higher than my AR-15 in .556.
I heard about the 3gun Remington Versamax last fall from a Remington Rep. It was just a picture in his book of things to come. But I got a chance to see it at SHOT 2014. Check out a small review and more information here
Last year I got to fondle a display RMR-30 at SHOT. At this year’s SHOT my contact at Kel-Tec told me that the RMR-30 will go into production. Fingers crossed. I love my PMR-30 and a small compact carbine version would be sweet. Here is a video I took while [Read More…]
Very neat target system. It can create a variety of presentations. It can be controlled up to 1000m. It has 8 programs modes and even a USB port if you want to customize the robot and have a unique target presentation. MSRP is $2,995. Check out their website for more [Read More…]