Here is something a little different. It is a lightweight grapnel that can be launched from an AR15 using a blank. While it is not sturdy enough to climbing, it was meant for uses like clearing out trip wires. It looks like the company that made these is out of business, but it is such … Read moreLaunched Grapnel Hook
Since the SCAR-L and SCAR-H came on the scene and touted as the next best thing I was skeptical to say the least. Even now after using them both enough to get to know them, I find the 556 SCAR neato, but nothing about it justifies the hype that preceded it. The H on the … Read moreSCAR-H Review & Long Range Test
I am not a big fan of steel-cased ammunition. It has never really been that much of a savings per round vs. the quality you have to deal with. Recently (Ammoman.com) was kind enough to reach out and provided some ammunition to us. One of the rounds sent to us for testing is the new … Read moreWinchester USA Forged / 9mm Steel-Cased
I heard that H&K won the Army compact semi-auto sniper competition. That surprised me as I thought Knights Armament Corp. would be a sure win. It will be interesting to see how the HK rifle turns out and how many actually get purchased. I find it interesting that the Army moved away from a … Read moreMusings on Sniper ARs.
Ever since the 5.56 service round was adopted over 50 years ago, its reputation has had its ups and downs. We have went from the 55 grain M193 FMJ round to now having what seems to be a confusing amount of bullet weights and designs and with every different bullet we get a … Read moreThe 5.56MM Service Cartridge
Unknown source or story. Maybe this is why the USMC held off on issuing the M4 for so long?