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
Today I am sharing another article from weaponsman.com. Our friend, Kevin, “Hognose” passed away last year and we continue to share some of his best articles in our ongoing tribute to him. Mind Over Matter by Kevin O’Brien “In war, the moral is to the physical as ten is to one.” – Napoleon Bonaparte. True, Napoleon … Read moreMind Over Matter
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
I probably won’t have a new post up today. Computer troubles are keeping me from using the website from my laptop. Hopefully I will get it sorted out and the substantial article I had ready to can be posted later this evening or tonight. Hopefully this beautiful pictures of some Colt 1911s from … Read moreProblems With Skynet Today
Today we have another article from Hognose the owner of weaponsman.com. Kevin, of Hognose as he was known to his many readers and fans, passed away in spring of 2017 and we re post his articles once a week to remember our friend and to save his work in case weaponsman goes dark. By Kevin … Read moreThe M16 as First Standardized
I am a little unorganized today, the post yesterday about H. W. McBride took longer to get together than I thought it would and it really eat in to the time I spend on the rest of a weeks line up. So, today we are doing another “Scattered shots” post where I say a few … Read moreSCATTERED SHOTS II
I was looking at my notes and realized I hadn’t shot my AR15A4 in over a year, so I took it out last weekend. The reason I keep an A4 configured rifle around is because I carried one in combat. I actually carried the M16A2 more while I was in the service, but I had … Read moreMisc rambling on the A4.
Above of course is the famous side arm of General Patton. This Colt Model P is of course chambered for the classic widowmaker, .45 Colt. or .45 Long Colt if you like that better. I won’t go into its purchases history and serial number and blah blah blah. That has been done to death. It … Read morePatton’s Revolver And The M1911
This week I have had a lot of down time waiting on new guns and products to arrive and have not had the time for my usual long articles on firearms history. And squirrel season came in last weekend so I admit in the evenings I have been doing that. So today I am reposting … Read morePenetration Testing And Using A Car As Cover Part 1&2
After the fall of Saigon to the communists of North Vietnam , the crowning achievement of the U.S. Democrat party of the day. There was a lot of equipment and arms left over, much of it US made and supplied to the Army of the Republic of South Vietnam for their for their survival … Read moreWHATEVER HAPPENED TO ALL THOSE M16s LEFT IN SOUTH VIETNAM ?