Mossy Oak have launched a new camo pattern designed for … … hardcore whitetail hunters who hunt from an elevated position. Treestand offers whitetail hunters the ideal camouflage solution for altering their silhouette among the bare limbs of a tree in late [Read More…]
Scope ring lapping is when you grind off any uneven surfaces on the inside of scope rings. This means there is much less chance of your scope getting scraped or dented as well as allowing more of the ring surface to come into contact with the scope, allowing less [Read More…]
Wow! This is the 5 millionth Ruger 10/22 produced, and definitely the most beautiful (and expensive). It is currently being auctioned at GunBroker.com. The current bid is $4,500! Click to enlarge the photos The rifle features rich, hand-engraved scroll designs and gold [Read More…]
An interesting comparison between a suppressed .308 FAL vs. an Unsuppressed FAL. The unsuppressed shot comes right at the end of the video. They were using a AAC Cyclone 7.62MM Suppressor: The CYCLONE is a thread-mounting silencer for 7.62mm bolt action and [Read More…]
DEMIGOD LLC has an interesting article on the .260 Remington, a necked down .308. The .260 Remington provides long-range ballistics conventionally limited to the magnum calibers. Because its parent case is the ubiquitous .308 Winchester, building a rifle in .260 can be [Read More…]
Robinson Arms make their M96 rifle in a variety of configurations, including a top fed bren style. M96 Top Feed The Top Feed or “BREN” transformation of the M96 can be done with no modification to the M96 receiver. The rear sight of the M96 rifle is remove [Read More…]
CMMG have announced an .50 Black Powder AR-15 Upper! To fire, the powder charge and bullet are loaded via a ramrod. Using a standard magazine with a single shot follower, an unloaded 5.56 case is loaded into the mag, inserted in magazine well and loaded just like a [Read More…]
The golden rule for firearm safety is usually attributed to Jeff Cooper. RULE I: ALL GUNS ARE ALWAYS LOADED I was reading the book “Cautions to Young Sportsmen” by Thomas Frankland, which was published 207 years ago. The golden rule has not changed. You can [Read More…]
I can’t believe this exists! It is a holster for a Taser with a built in MP3 player! It has just been announced at CES. They call it the “TASER MPH Holster”. Is it appropriate is it to be fiddling with a taser holster when riding public transport? Of [Read More…]
Winchester will be launching a new line of Safari ammo. They will be offering it in calibers 375 H&H Magnum, 416 Rigby, 458 Winchester Magnum and 416 Remington Magnum cartridge and will be using Nosler Partition and Nosler Solid bullets. The new ammo will be [Read More…]
A new safety trigger for the Glock has been launched by American Tactical Imports From the press release SIDERLOCKÂ® from American Tactical Imports is a security trigger designed for GLOCKÂ® pistols which replaces the original trigger to offer a safer and more [Read More…]
Unique may be putting is nicely. The owner of this pistol has gone too far! Click to expand the image. Xavier thinks the jeweling looks ugly. Personally I think jeweling looks very attractive, although on this pistol it is overdone. More at Xavier Thoughts
This is very cool. Fits in a pocket. Max range is 16 feet, more than enough for self defense. And … can be carried through airport scanners. Build one before they are banned! DIY Peg Mini-Gun – Click here for this week’s top video clips Hat Tip: Foot [Read More…]
FN Manufacturing in Columbia, SC received a $33.7 million firm-fixed-price, contract for M16A3 and M16A4 Rifles to support the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps. …. Colt Defense in Hartford, CT received a $15.9 million firm-fixed-price contract for M16A3 and [Read More…]
Robinson Arms have just released an updated PDF Brochure of their XCR rifle. The XCR They have also said on their website that the SBR (Short Barreled Rifle) version of the XCR is becoming very popular. Download it here.
GlockWorld.com is now allowing preorder on the Glock 30SF Yet another groundbreaking firearm from Glock. The new Glock 30SF (slim frame) .45ACP Sub Compact pistol uses the same advances as its predecessor, the Glock 21SF. A slimmed down backstrap, ambidextrous [Read More…]
The Unforgiving Minute has a post on the dangers of magazine safeties. Referring to the SR9: It is the worst of the worst! With the magazine removed, the trigger functions normally, dropping the hammer, but the gun is prevented from firing. (…) It simply blocks [Read More…]
According to the BBC in 1976 the UK supplied Saddam with army uniforms, arms and even training for six officers at thier elite military academy Sandhurst! The documents show that, in 1976 and 1977, a variety of equipment was sold to Iraq, including 20 Cymbeline [Read More…]
Do you travel around with lots of expensive custom firearms? If you do then you may find this useful The Two Drawer Standard TruckVault provides a great combination of secure storage options, maximum top weight capacity and low cargo-area utilization for your SUV. These [Read More…]
New Jovian Thunderbolt has posted a tutorial on using a headspace gauge. I got permission from islandhopper to put up a copy of his step by step instuctions on how to use a headspace gauge in a Garand’s receiver. It was too good NOT to disseminate. Read it here.
Murdoc found this photo from 2001 1st Infantry Division (ID) Soldiers, part of the USA Task Force (TF) Sabre force, fire a Heckler-Koch 5.56 mm G36 assault rifle on the live-fire range at Orahovac, Kosovo, Serbia More here.
Sear and Hammer has posted how he now stores his firearms. In a Rubbermaid box! Then I found a note on the Intertubes somewhere about a guy who had his house broken into. All of the guns in his closet were stolen but the one in the toolbox at the back of his workbench [Read More…]