Before There Were Many 9MM Ultra Compacts, There Was One

Today we are back with another one post from out fiend Kevin O’Brien AKA Hognose, owner and writer of weaponsman.com.  Kevin passed away in spring of last year and we repost some of his best work to preserve it in case weaponsman goes dark.   By Kevin O’Brien Before there was the current rich supply … Read moreBefore There Were Many 9MM Ultra Compacts, There Was One

Update On Your’s Truly & When Guns Are Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Superglue

I thought I would check in today in case some one, some where in some cave some where that has been wondering about me.    I am unfortunately  still in the process of trying to get myself back to normal.  Long story short. I have a lot of digestive  problems.  Have since I was 17.   Used … Read moreUpdate On Your’s Truly & When Guns Are Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Superglue

Looks like the barrel is shot on my favorite AR.

My favorite gun started key-holing last weekend.  It is the most distraught I’ve felt in a long time.  Like losing an old friend.  Extra kick in the nuts was that I just rebuilt the gun as I was upgrading it. After I had issues with my first SBR I decided I’d have another built no … Read moreLooks like the barrel is shot on my favorite AR.

FDE Colt 6920s for $700

Arms Unlimited is selling Colt factory FDE ceracote coated 6920 for $700 with free shipping.  They are also including a free dual sided rail mount that attached to the front sight base. https://www.armsunlimited.com/Colt-Law-Enforcement-M4-Carbine-p/le6920fdec.htm Arms Unlimited is pretty shady, but they do manage to get their hands on some good stuff at good prices.  $700 is … Read moreFDE Colt 6920s for $700

Making M855 More Accurate? PART 1

Since the adoption of the service round M855 “green tip” and its use in combat we have heard all manner of complaints about it.   Usually it’s about  its accuracy and terminal performance with the terminal performance  problem being exaggerated  in carbines.   I have read what feels like millions of times, how the older 55gr load … Read moreMaking M855 More Accurate? PART 1