Thursday, April 28, 2011

16″ 300Blackout Rifles

Coming soon, 16″ 300 Blackout uppers

Here is a Mers’ 16″ 300BLK rifle with a 762SDN6, shooting Remington 220gr OTM SubSonic ammunition. Note how loud the round clanging the Steel is, opposed to when he hits the dirt berm.

By the way, when Mike interrupts Nick, Nick was commenting that the trigger resetting actually sounds louder than the shot going off to him. :)

posted by JohnHollister at 9:05 am  

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

7.62mm Silencer on a 5.56mm Host?

We get asked fairly often about using a 7.62mm Silencer like the 762SD or the 762SDN6 on 5.56mm hosts. Here is a video of a 762SDN6 being used on a Noveske 10″ barreled SBR. The muzzle devise is an AAC 51T 5.56mm Muzzle Brake.

It would be quieter with an M4-2000, but the 762SD and 762SDN6 allow you more versatility

posted by JohnHollister at 8:59 am  

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Volunteers for the shoot needed!

Want to volunteer at the shoot? Get free entry on the other day, a swag bag and food during your shift! Download the Volunteer Application here (PDF), fill it out and forward it to!

posted by JasonAAC at 10:48 am  

Monday, April 25, 2011

Sean Cody’s Video on the Pilot2 from SHOT Show

posted by JohnHollister at 9:08 am  

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Happy Easter!

Some easter cheer from our friend Dave:

posted by JasonAAC at 2:37 pm  

Friday, April 22, 2011

Nothing runs like a Deere

But if you have to fix one, it’s best to have all your tools with you. “Wrench, check. Hammer, check. SBR with M4-2000, check and check!”

Thanks go out to Tommy Flanagan for the photo

posted by JohnHollister at 4:08 pm  

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Come join the Family – WELDOR WANTED

Are you looking to join the AAC crew and know your way around a welding shop?  Send an overview and resume to ASAP!

posted by JasonAAC at 4:59 pm  

Tuesday, April 19, 2011


The first batch of TiRant9S Silencers is about to ship out to Dealers

The “9S” is the little brother to the Full Size TiRant9. Not as quiet, but smaller (only 5″, which is shorter than a Pilot2 .22lr can), lighter (7.6oz) and handier, we have been hearing a lot of “Home Protection” talk from customers calling and asking about the TiRant9S.

All of the TiRant9S Silencers are “Take Apart”

posted by JohnHollister at 5:17 pm  

Monday, April 18, 2011

“You wanted an “SPR/M4″ Muzzle Brake . . .

. . . you got an “SPR/M4″ Muzzle Brake”

Here we have the “SPR/M4 ‘Hollister’ (Single Port) Muzzle Brake”, an item much asked for and now it’s here.

Quantities are limited, act now, Operators standing by!


Major Malfunction

Allen Arms

Armament Services

Should go without saying, but this Muzzle Brake is for the “SPR/M4” silencer in 5.56mm and they are threaded 1/2″x28tpi. The SPR/M4 muzzle devices require 2.5″ of unobstructed barrel for installation.

posted by JohnHollister at 2:34 pm  

Monday, April 18, 2011

Single shot goodness

from “John in Washington State”:

“Bergara .223 barrel for an TC “Encore”, with Choate folding stock and an AAC Brakeout

Tell me this is not BEGGING for an M4-2000!!

(I want this in 300BLK!)

posted by JohnHollister at 2:08 pm  
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