Shawn asked me to post this up on the blog. This is a video made for Marines on the their Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK).
TheIron100 posted this YouTube video on muzzle devices for the AK.
I had the opportunity to examine and fire a suppressed Short Barreled Sig 556 with an AAC M4-2000 can. I did not like that setup. It’s owner pointed out that the mount of the AAC can prevented the gas system from being removed for cleaning. When the rifle was fired, gas would vent from the gap … Read moreSuppressed Sig 556
I recently had a Trijicon RMR mounted on a Glock 19c. A full review will be posted later, so here are a few first impressions. It will take some practice to get used to having an optic on a pistol. If I bring the Glock up looking for the red dot I don’t see it. If … Read moreRMR Glock first impressions
Oiling the M16 in combat. An interesting training video on the use of oil to help prevent feeding/extraction problems in adverse conditions.
http://nightforceoptics.com/ NightForce optics has a new web site. NightForce scopes have been popular in both the tactical and benchrest competition crowd due to their durability and accurate tracking. I own a NXS 2.5-10×24 and love it. Now there are tutorial videos on how to set the NF zerostops. This is an excellent addition because the … Read moreNightforce has a new website.
Every so often people ask about the ported Glocks. As an owner of a Glock 19c, a ported 9mm compact, I can answer those question. Q: Does the porting reduce recoil? A: Yes, by a small amount. Q: Will the porting make the firearm louder? A: Yes, it is very noticeable firing indoors. Q: Does the ported 9mm Glocks … Read moreOn ported Glocks
There is some confusion to the FN SCAR rear sight. Hopefully this will help clear things up. The windage is 1 MOA clicks. There are 36 clicks of adjustment for windage, so 18 from one end will put you in the middle. Elevation adjust is 1.5 MOA per click. There should be enough adjustment to … Read moreNotes on the FN SCAR rear sight
http://www.gunsandammo.com/2012/03/07/m855a1-should-it-be-the-new-round-for-soldiers-and-marines/#.T1lUSAVL9VA.facebook Guns and Ammo posted an interesting article on the Army’s new M855A1 “green” ammo. This confirms prior rumors of it being high pressure and inaccurate. However there is no mention regarding the rumors that M855A1 fouls more then M855. Sadly, it sounds like there is little good to say about the new M855A1 round.