Zenith and MKE have been busy. While earlier this week we discussed the new Z-43P rifle, today we can relay the announcement of a 9mm roller delayed carbine. Sporting (get it) a 16.1” barrel and the apppropriate number of U.S. made parts, the Z-5 is 922r compliant [Read More…]
Tag: roller delayed
Following the announcement of a shift in focus purely on roller delayed firearms and leading up to the 2018 SHOT Show, Zenith Firearms is announcing the Z43P 922r compliant rifle. The new addition adds to the steadily increasing HK style weapons available that seem to [Read More…]
With the recent addition of a PTR Industries PTR91 K3P from Atlantic Firearms (TFB review pending), I have been thrust into a world of Heckler & Koch infatuation and intrigue. Partially caused by the NFA approval delay of my TPM Outfitters MP5SD, I needed a roller [Read More…]
This is a guest post by Zain from Pakistan The ‘Sporter’ cal .308 Winchester has been designed as a hunting rifle with the firing mechanism of G3A3 in semiautomatic mode. The accuracy of the gun has been enhanced with a freely floating extended barrel and a mil [Read More…]
Modern Historical Personal Defense Weapon Calibers 003: The 7.65x35mm MAS, a .300 Blackout in the 1940s?
Since we’ve covered the two most prominent PDW rounds of today, I want to take a quick detour and look at an interesting – but obscure – personal defense weapon/assault rifle round from history. After World War II, the apparati of the German war [Read More…]
It seems that if you want a reproduction late-war German experimental rifle design, you should get in touch with GunLab’s Chuck. Besides his VG-1-5 project which we’ve covered several times in the past, he also mentioned a year ago that he was doing a run of [Read More…]