Quote from Gear Scout: Sources inside the Marine Corps indicate that the Corps has bucked the other branches of the service and plans to continue and further the use of rifle length M16 family firearms. The M16A5 ACMR (Armorer Conversion Marksman Rifle) will be manufactured using components provided primarily by VLTOR Weapons System of Tuscon, … Read moreRumors on the USMC M16A5
Loose Rounds is till crawling all over SHOT SHOW like a buzzard on a gut wagon to get the most info on all the new toys. More High Resolution pictures are added to the Facebook page every day. Stop buy and look at the large gallery and enjoy. Once we get done, we will get … Read moreSHOT SHOW 2013 Daniel Defense, Night Vision Devices
It is not often that we see thermal imagers in use. This is due to the limited availability, high prices, and the low necessity for them. Thermal is normally employed in one of four forms. Head mounted, hand held, clip on, and as a dedicated sight. All of these have their own pros and cons. … Read moreThermal Optics
Introducing The Solar Powered M16. We now live in a time where we have battery powered warfare. Our radios, optics, lights, lasers, night vision, and so many more items run off batteries. A few years back, a couple of hand made modified SOPMOD stocks were made with the ability to recharge batteries by using solar … Read moreSolar Powered Rifle Accessories?
I often post pictures of my Colt 6940 on gun boards or the looserounds facebook page and people ask me about it. They want to know how it shoots what I have on it and why I use what I use. SO , I decided to talk a little about my gun and why it … Read moreA Boy and His AR15 ( My 6940 )
In the past months I have written a bit about the use of and primary rifles used by the USMC for sniping use in the Vietnam war. Now I would like to talk a little about them again along with some of the supporting (spotter) weapons and equipment used by typical sniper teams during the … Read moreUSMC Scout Sniper Weapons of the Vietnam War