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    Allen Arms Tactical Partners With Discreet Ballistics

    Posted July 31, 2018 in Ammunition, Companies, NFA / Suppressors / Class III by Pete with No CommentsTags: Allen Arms Tactical, Discreet Ballistics Silencer and National Firearms Act (NFA) weapons distributor Allen Arms Tactical has partnered with Discreet Ballistics to sell the New Hampshire based company’s line of subsonic ammunition. The move gives Allen Arms’ […] More

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    Iraqi AK Upgrades and Accessories: “The Good, the Bad, the Ugly”

    Every country that has been at war long enough eventually creates its own “firearms industry”. In some countries, like Pakistan and Philipines, it leads to the creation of indigenous weapon production. In other countries, for example in Iraq and Afghanistan, the newborn firearms industry has a smaller scale and is limited to weapon modifications and upgrades. […] More

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    Las Vegas PD police chase and shooting – what can we learn from it?

    We’ve all seen this video or at least a short version of it. The facts of the story are very straightforward – two convicted felons with lengthy criminal history committed a murder and were trying to get away from police in the stolen Ford Expedition SUV. During the chase, they fired 34 rounds at police officers and hit the police vehicle at least […] More

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    Interview with Larry Vickers: is AK obsolete? 5.45 or 7.62? What are the essential AK upgrades?

    Posted July 31, 2018 in AK-47 / AK-74 / Everything AK, Defense, Editorial, Guns & Gear, Machine Guns, Rifles by Vladimir Onokoy with No CommentsTags: ak, AK47, Larry Vickers, Vickers Guide If you’re having any problems with the embed video, you can use this link: https://kalashnikov.media/en/media/videolibrary/4522502 Recently, Larry Vickers visited Russia to take some high-quality pictures […] More

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    SIG Sauer Awarded SOCOM’s Suppressed Upper Receiver Group Contract

    Posted July 31, 2018 in Daily News, Defense, NFA / Suppressors / Class III by Matthew Moss with No CommentsTags: Sig Sauer, SIG SUR300, Suppressed Upper Receiver Group, surg, US SOCOM A U.S. Special Operations Marine provides security as Afghan Local Police members collect their first payments in Helmand province, Afghanistan, April 9, 2013 (DoD/Sgt […] More

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    TOP THIS: The Hudson H9 Gets Red Dot Ready

    I have yet to pull the trigger on a Hudson H9, but the veteran-owned pistol manufacturer keeps giving me reason to break away from my love for Austrian polymer. Earlier this year Hudson introduced a threaded barrel for compensators and yes, silencers. And now the H9 gets red dot ready with the H_RD slide that […] More

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    Top 5 Gear / Mods / Features of Triggrcon 2018

    Posted 5 days ago in TFBTV by Ivan with No Comments In this episode of TFBTV, Ivan (from Kit Badger) runs through his top 5 pieces of gear / mods / features from Triggrcon 2018. Triggrcon is a 4 day firearms convention that happens every year up in the Pacific North West. Bringing all kinds […] More

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    Colt, Daniel Defense, FN & Remington Selected to Produce Carbines for Foreign Military Sales

    The Department of Defense has selected four companies to manufacture NATO spec ‘commercial off the shelf carbines’ for sale to the US’ international allies. Colt, Daniel Defense, FN and Remington have all been selected to produce the M4 spec carbines. Each of the companies will compete to win batch contract awards within the larger $28,482,840 contact. The […] More

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    Thompson 9mm From Auto-Ordnance – The Firearm BlogThe Firearm Blog

    The Thompson sub-machine gun is one of my favorite looking firearms of all-time. The “Chicago Typewriter”, or “Tommy Gun” is one of the most iconic guns ever. You’ll always be able to spot a Thompson variant in most mobster movies and WWII flicks. While the Thompson was first introduced in 1918, they’re actually still being […] More

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