5.56 Timeline

JP Enterprises Law Tactical Silent Captured Springs

Hugo, MN – JP Enterprises is pleased to introduce the Law Tactical series of Silent Captured Springs. This marks the first buffer spring substitution component to be named compatible by Law Tactical for use with their folding adapter.

Through a collaboration with Law Tactical, JP has developed an alternative design for their extremely popular Silent Captured Spring system that is fully compatible with Law’s Gen 3 folding stock adapter. Beyond simple function, the Law Tactical series of buffer springs reaches a previously unmet threshold for durability and safety.

“Law Tactical takes the real-world use of their stock adapter very seriously,” says JP founder and head of product development, John Paul. “While some third-parties have sold adapters to use SCS with the Law adapter, nothing met their demanding function testing regimen until now.”

Both the Silent Captured Spring and original Law Tactical folding adapter debuted in 2012 but previously lacked any true compatibility due to differing designs. Since that time, the Law Tactical folder has risen to become the premier device of its type for ultra-compact storage and transportation for rifles and AR-type pistols. JP Enterprises is pleased to have had the chance to work with an industry innovator and to provide the superior buffering function of the Silent Captured Spring for Law’s signature product.

The Law Tactical series Silent Captured Springs are available for both small-frame (AR-15) and large-frame (AR-10 platforms). Standard configurations will function in most rifles with alternate heavy buffer models optimized for specialty use such as suppressed or short-barreled rifles also available. A conversion kit to reconfigure existing Silent Captured Springs for use with the Law Tactical folder will be available soon.

As with the Law Tactical folding adapter, Brownells has signed on to serve as the premier distributor for Law Tactical series Silent Captured Springs with models available now at www.brownells.com

For more information on the Silent Captured Spring System of components, visit www.jprifles.com. For more on the Law Tactical folding stock adapter, visit www.lawtactical.com.

Kalashnikov USA KR9 Part II ( Fixed)

You may recall last week the Kalashnikov 9MM AK had some ..issues.

After my friend emailed them and told them what happened. Then they saw my post about it, they were quick to ship out a replacement part.

The gun worked fine today.

I was able to get prone and fire a 15 round group at the target 50 yards away. Ammo was simple Speer Lawmen 147 gr Ball ammo.

So far so good as the guy kept saying as he fell from the 50 story building. I will keep updates going while we ring this gun out over the spring and summer.

L.C. Smith.

While I was out of town yesterday I took the opportunity to stop at the Cabellas. They had a few L.C. Smith doubles in the “gun library. This one being the only fancier grade.

I’m a big fan of the LC Smiths. My appreciation of them coming from Brady who was the major factor in my taste for all fine vintage firearms.

The two cabellas has are both 12s and not a 16 gauge in sight unfortunately .

More Lake City 7.62×39 Ammo

Remember a few weeks ago when I talked about the Lake city made 7.62×39 ammo? A couple days ago a fellow on one of the Vietnam collectors groups I belong to was invited to a old vets home and was told his friends had a few things for him.

Turns out one of those things was none other than a box of the rare covert ammo.

An amazing find.