The Pelican case ACOG models like the TAO1NSN come in have a variety of uses. Another use is holding five 30 round USGI AR15 magazines, loaded or unloaded.
The ARMS 41 is a clamp on flip up sight for the AR15. It is available with and without a bayonet lug. Installation is easy. ARMS also includes a spacer in case you are not using a standard handguard. When up, the 41 has the same profile as an standard fixed front sight base. To fold it … Read moreARMS 41
Everyone knows Colt. Colt started a little over 175 years ago and is now one of our country’s oldest gun makers. In the 1960s, Colt secured the rights to the Stoner/Armalite AR15 and AR10. Back in ’09 Colt introduced the LE6940 to the market as the first major change to the family since the intro … Read moreThe COLT LE901-16S A DETAILED LOOK PART I
There are a lot of options for pants today and I know everyone rolls their eyes over the thought of “tactical pants” and I can understand that. But, Woolrich Elite has a really nice line of pants for range use or CCW use or just whatever you want to use them for. One thing I … Read moreWoolrich Elite Pants
Some people will tell you that a 1/7 twist is only good for bullet weights above 55 grains. It is a common myth and spread all over the internet that to get good accuracy out of the your ar15 with the most plentiful ammo, buy a 1/9 twist. This is a myth that has been … Read more1/7 Twist and light bullets. The Myth Debunked
Duncan Larsen AKA FailureDrill-P099 submitted this article. Recently I was asked if I would do a review of two Bravo Company Manufacturing (BCM) Gunfighter charging handles for looserounds.com. This all came about after having numerous conversations with Shawn Thompson. We recently discussed the BCM Mod 4 medium Gunfighter charging handle. I have been using the … Read moreBCM Gunfighter Charging Handle
Saw an AR15 yesterday where the bolt carrier group was stuck mostly to the rear. It took a while to finally get the rifle apart, then it still took some time to identify the problem. The issue turned out to be that the forward assist broke. This makes for an interesting problem. Now this … Read moreInteresting malfunction
Yesterday I got a chance to handle, grope, fondle, caress , smell and taste both of these 7.62 rifles. I have not had a chance to shoot them both yet since they had just arrived but I did get to play with them for a pretty good while. Both of these are fairly new to … Read moreSig 716 and the SCAR-H
If you said, “Gas-tube” you would be right. This shooters custom mid-length gas system upper came with a carbine length gas tube. This made his AR15 into a rather awkward bolt action. Remember while working on the AR15 is easy, that doesn’t mean that everyone should do it.
The left three cases were fired from a LaRue PredatAR with XTRANs chamber. The rightmost case came from a standard chamber. XTRAN chamber left a sprial of carbon on the case. There is no felt damage to the case. This spiral of carbon could be wiped off with finger.