Saturday, December 27, 2008

HO HO HO!

A very good friend of ours gave our son an amazing present for Christmas. He LOVES it. It is certainly a one of a kind. Happy Holidays!

posted by Cara at 12:47 pm  

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Magpul & AAC in Action.

Our buddy Drake from Magpul sent us these photos from the advanced carbine Magpul Dynamics class!

posted by admin at 11:31 am  

Monday, December 15, 2008

AAC Ducati Motorcycle for sale

AAC is selling a 2000 Ducati 748BIP bike. This bike has 3,000 miles on it, it has never been down and has been taken care of very well. The track body work that you see was installed to take the bike to the track and practice, one time. While the bike was at the track, the mint condition original body work was stolen from the Ducati Dealership. The bike has never been down (the track body work that you see was on a different bike that had been down). This 2000 Ducati, had an original red body kit and was/is a MINT bike. (The bike was Kevin Brittingham’s bike, owner of AAC). Call AAC for more details 770.925.9988 ask for Lynsey. $4,000.00 OBO.

posted by Cara at 12:00 pm  

Friday, December 12, 2008

Maxim and Son

An interesting piece of history. Maxim and son, shown in an early photograph dated 1908. Shown below is a letter stating how the photograph was acquired etc, in 1948.  

posted by Cara at 7:35 pm  

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Square Peg, Round Hole

AAC cans are becoming ubiquitous and some publications have found it neccesary to provide balance by using our products and “staging a photo op” with some less popular brands. As you can see, an AAC mount was factory installed on the rifle (still visible in the photo) yet a different manufacturer’s can has been placed over the AAC mount for the photograph. *Don’t fire this way….it’s not gonna work, trust us.

In the same issue, there is an article on AAC’s Cyclops silencer, the world’s first hearing safe .50bmg silencer. Robert Silvers is shown holding the Cyclops Silencer, and the TAC-50 rifle.

posted by Cara at 9:04 pm  

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Maxim Factory Historical photos

A few photos from AAC’s Maxim Collection that show the Maxim Factory in all of it’s glory. Imagine what the Maxim Factory could have done with a couple of Okuma machines….


posted by Cara at 2:04 pm  

Monday, December 8, 2008

If you can’t get a big gun…

Get a small graphics guy.

*AAC’s own, Andy Sapp, knocking out the 2009 Catalog. Not only does he do killer graphics for AAC, in his spare time he likes to do this.

posted by Cara at 4:24 pm  

Monday, December 8, 2008

Hairy Christmas from AAC!

This may be too much of an inside joke for the masses to understand…but it was too good to pass up. HO HO HO, Hairrrrrrry Christmas!


*LOVE, CARA >:)

*Below: photoshop lovin’ from a few of our blog readers (keep em comin’)

edited image: adam thrower

edited image: casey seng (KAC’s very own)

posted by Cara at 12:17 pm  

Friday, December 5, 2008

Silent Knight…HOLeY CRAP!


posted by Cara at 9:59 pm  

Friday, December 5, 2008

The War on Flash.

It doesn’t stand a chance against this army.

posted by admin at 7:38 pm  
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