Wednesday, August 29, 2012

M4-2000

From Facebook

posted by JohnHollister at 10:27 am  

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

New Remington R1 Enhanced Threaded is here

You may remember the R1 Enhanced Threaded 1911 I gave you a preview of from the NRA show earlier this year:


Well here they come :)

Madison, NC – E-RPC® unveiled its newest addition to the popular Remington Model 1911 R1 family at the 2012 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in St. Louis, MO. Configured for practical competition or personal protection, the Remington Model 1911 R1 Enhanced Threaded Barrel is the next evolution of the Model 1911 R1 product line.

The accuracy and reliability that have made the 1911 an American icon since its debut are still present. The new Model 1911 R1 Enhanced Threaded Barrel adds features that make it an ideal choice for shooters who prefer the benefits of signature reduction devices. The pistol features a taller two-dot sight system that allows the shooter to gain the perfect sight picture with a suppressor installed. Other features include a match grade stainless steel threaded barrel; black anodized aluminum match grade trigger; and custom enhanced checkered grips.

“The popularity of silencers is soaring,” said John Trull, Vice President of Firearms Product Management and New Product Implementation. “Shooters are looking to enhance their experience with their firearm suppressed and we are proud to offer them an excellent choice with our Model 1911 R1.”

The Model 1911 R1 Enhanced Threaded Barrel is available today with a suggested retail price of $1040. It is shipped in a custom carrying case with two, eight-round magazines. The barrel is shipped with a thread protector installed.

The first Model 1911 manufactured by Remington was delivered during World War I. The pistol is part of the company’s venerable history. Today, the 1911 R1 Enhanced Threaded Barrel is a sweet-shooting advancement of a legendary design with many custom upgrades which avid shooters expect—we’re more than proud to put our name on it.

For more information on the 1911 R1 line of handguns, please visit www.1911R1.com.

For dealer inquiries, please visit one the following partners:
AcuSport, Big Rock, Bill Hicks, Davidson’s, Ellett Brothers, Jerry’s Sport Center, RSR
Sports South

Model 1911 R1 Enhanced Threaded Barrel
Order # – 96339
Action – Semi-Auto
Caliber – .45 Auto
Mag. Capacity – 8
BBL Length – 5 ½ inches
Barrel Type – Stainless Steel, Match Grade
Rifling Twist Rate – 1-16 LH
Overall Length – 9 inches
Overall Height – 5 ¾ inches
Grip Material – Enhanced Black/Pewter Laminate
Grip Design – Enhanced Checkered
Sights – Tall Two-Dot Sight System
Trigger Pull – 3.5 – 5 pounds
Average Weight – 42 ounces
MSRP $ 1040.00

posted by JohnHollister at 11:10 am  

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

I love hunting

A couple more hunting photos sent in.

posted by JohnHollister at 10:00 am  

Monday, August 27, 2012

TNVC and AAC team up for 3gun Sidematch

This past weekend Tactical Night Vision Company (TNVC.com) and Advanced Armament Corp teamed up to run a fun side match at the Rockcastle Shooting Center/AR15.com Pro/Am 3gun shoot in Park City Kentucky. Kyle Harth from TNVC teamed up with Mers, Derek and I to run about 160 shooters through a Cave with Nightvision, IR Illumination, IR Lasers and Silencers.

As you can imagine, EVERYONE had a good time

Shooters were kitted up with state of the art BNVD Binocular nightvision and ran a short course of fire with IR Lasers on .45 ACP pistols equipped with TiRant45 silencers.

Interestingly enough, we were told that during the Industry Master, which had a stage in the cave, you could hear handgun shots in the parking lot above the cave.  However, we played a little game with folks waiting to shoot.  See how many shots you can hear inside the cave.  Typically folks got five to six or ten shots fired.  Amazing.

The gear provided by TNVC was spectacular.  From PVS-14 monoculars,, the BNVDs, to the PVS-21, which is straight up Science Fiction!!  The “Nightvision” shots below were shot, hand held, through a PVS-14

If you are interested in purchasing nightvision, I would tell you that TNVC is your one stop shop for all your needs.  They are AWESOME!!

Superman

Mers and Kyle heading into the cave.  Kyle’s so bad ass, he walks around with his eyes closed!

Getting into the cave was a tad tricky, but well worth the effort

PVS-21′s . . . Alien Technology

A little instruction goes a long way

Mers setting up targets up high

Equipment in the dark

Waiting

Hell yea!!

More photos as we get them.

posted by JohnHollister at 6:30 pm  

Thursday, August 23, 2012

BRANDED FOR LIFE

A gallery of die hard Advanced Armament Corp. aficionados that want to show you just how loyal they can be.





































posted by tlwessling at 12:43 pm  

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

New Keltec RFB Photo with 762SDN6

It should be no surprise that a few of us around here are fans of the Keltec RFB. Oleg Volk just posted a great picture on his Blog: http://olegvolk.net/blog/2012/08/21/why-i-like-bullpups/

posted by JohnHollister at 11:03 am  

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Where do you wear your AAC?

You may remember Vito in from of the Glacier, wearing an AAC shirt, from last Monday:

http://www.aacblog.com/?p=11705

Gordon, our Marketing Manager sent me a picture this morning, of him and his daughters . . . in front of the SAME Glacier!

Popular damn Glacier :)

posted by JohnHollister at 8:03 am  

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

“The Truth About Guns” review of the 762SDN6

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2012/08/foghorn/silencer-review-advanced-armament-corp-aac-762-sdn-6/

Nick from TTAG review the 762SDN6. Nick covered the bases pretty well, not much to ad. Read it for yourself

Overall Rating: * * * * *

:)

posted by JohnHollister at 7:51 am  

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

300 AAC Blackout H&R HandiRifles

Just a heads up. We had some H&R HandiRifles made in 300AAC Blackout and they are shipping to Distributors and Dealers now.

H&R HandiRifle
300 AAC BLACKOUT caliber
1/7″ Twist
16.25″ Barrel
Picatinny scope rail
30″ Overall
Parkerized finish
Threaded 5/8-24, with thread protector
Polymer stocks with Rubber recoil pad
MSRP: $359

posted by JohnHollister at 10:36 am  

Monday, August 13, 2012

Where do you wear your AAC?

Vito from “Only the Best” (www.onlythebestfirearms.com) in Pompano Beach, FL (one of my personal favorite places to go diving in Florida) was in Alaska a coiuple of weeks ago and sent us in this shot of him in front of a Glacier with the Pink Side XGuns shirt.

posted by JohnHollister at 1:13 pm  
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