A long time ago, in the ancient barbaric times of 2007, I finally had an approved Form 1 to make a Short Barreled Rifle (SBR). Back then we didn’t have the pistol braces so doing the paperwork for a SBR was considered the best way to go. I don’t remember why I choose to go … Read moreMy first SBR.
I don’t know when I started wanting a M203 Grenade Launcher, but I’m pretty sure I wanted one right after I first saw one. About three years ago I had a little extra cash in my pocket and I realized that if I didn’t buy a M203 then, I probably never would. The M203 is … Read moreMy M203
For a while now I have thought about posting about my personal firearms. Wasn’t quite sure how I should approach the subject. I’m going to start with my Colt 733 upper. Above is an old picture, below is a picture taken today. Sometime about 2004-2005 CMMG got in a bunch of trade in Colt 733 … Read moreMy guns, Colt 733 upper
Is there anything the Colt Model M1911 can’t do? I certainly don’t think so. I’m not the only one either. Long before the idea of the PDW ( personal defense weapon) existed for military and VIP protection, there were some men who felt that a full auto M1911 would be just the ticket. Sad to … Read moreLebman’s “BabyMachinegun” Full Auto M1911s
B.L.U.F.: Negligible difference in muzzle velocity between the 9 and 12 inch M203 barrels. About 2 years ago I decided I was going to buy a M203. I had the extra cash and realized if I didn’t then, I never was going to. Not to mention I had wanted one for years. I searched out … Read moreM203 9″ vs 12″ barrel velocity
I was asked by someone on AR15.com to find some information about the M203. I am posting it here so it will be available for everyone. I weight a 9 inch and 12 inch barrel on a precision scale. Both barrels had grease on them which I did not clean off. I can’t tell you … Read moreM203 Information
So I was just informed about the “Autoglove”. Picture taken from their website, click on the picture to visit their website. It is a glove with some sort of electronic plunger to press a firearms trigger for you quickly. First, stuff like this goes to show how stupid our gun laws are. Secondly, you have … Read moreWTF Autoglove?
Despite what several gunwriters are claiming, the Springfield Armory Saint is not their first AR-15 rifle. Their first was the XM15, introduced circa 1982-83. However, Springfield has very good reasons to try to sweep the XM15 under the rug. It appears that in 1983, Springfield (or their fraternal sibling Rock Island Armory, Inc.) wrangled a … Read moreSpringfield Armory’s Forgotten AR-15: The XM15
About 10 years ago the ARFCOM retro forum had not become the price driving monster it would end up. During that time it was still still possible to find some pretty rare parts on ebay and various places. Some of those parts could be made into a full weapon minus the lower of course. That … Read moreTwo M231 Port Firing Weapons Or How Bad Can You Want Something Complete?
Here at the NRA show, Colt is also showing two new AR15s coming in a few months. The plan is to release to new and different semi auto versions of classic vintage rifles with a plan to release two different rifles every year for the next 10 years . Above is a picture of the … Read moreColt's Semi M16A1 and XM177 Coming Soon