Tuesday, September 25, 2012

HumanEvents.com article – The New Gun Culture

Found this via the American Silencer Association Facebook page


Some companies, like Advanced Armament Corporation (AAC), have fully embraced the new paradigm.  As a result, they have gained the confidence of many members of the gun culture and have played a role in shaping the future.

posted by JohnHollister at 1:53 pm  

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Yeh, that happened

Who doesn’t love a little beltfed love

240B with an MG-SD silencer

posted by JohnHollister at 12:15 pm  

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Feet up

Saw a post on Facebook from EKI and looky looky whats on the wall :)

posted by JohnHollister at 10:09 am  

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Thumbs up

a photo from the GoingQuiet.com shoot in Florida last weekend. Great time had by all :)

Glock G19 with a TiRant9. Whats not to like

posted by JohnHollister at 11:03 pm  

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

gNewer items at a shoot

Thought you might like a few photos from recent shoots.

There is a Remington R1 Enhanced Threaded (.578-28 threaded barrel and high sights) being shot with TiRant45 silencers.

H&R “AAC” model rifle in 300BLK. Shot with AAC Cyclone and Aimpoint T1 sight

posted by JohnHollister at 10:57 pm  

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

7.62x39mm v 7.62x35mm

Latest Newstand issue of Shotgun News has an article comparing 7.62×39 to 300BLK

Check it out

posted by JohnHollister at 10:51 pm  

Thursday, September 6, 2012

M4-2000s on CD cover art

It should come as no surprise to folks that we love LOUD ROCK and QUIET GUNS around these parts. Every weekend someone here is off to some concert or another.

Jose is a big fan of the group “All That Remains“. Yesterday he came to me with a picture of their latest CD, “A War You Cannot Win” cover art . . . I like it for some reason :)

They obviously have great taste in gear :)

posted by JohnHollister at 10:08 am  

Thursday, September 6, 2012

SSG Warwagon

How bad ass is this truck? Love that AAC is represented.

If your in Alexandria VA, be sure to stop in. SSG is a very cool and well stocked shop with great folks to help you

posted by JohnHollister at 9:56 am  

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Recoil Magazine

RECOIL has quickly become a favorite magazine of not only AAC, but the Industry as a whole. Great format

They also have a great web presence, which recently included a few pictures of a friend of our (you will have already seen on our blog)


posted by JohnHollister at 4:15 pm  

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

AAC/DragonCon 2012

Advanced Armament Corp participated in “The Armory“, a portion of DragonCon (yes, that DragonCon)

The Armory is a collection of real firearms that are displayed to educate and inform attendees, including Authors and other creative types in the industry on history, nomenclature and just all around good information on firearms.  While visiting the 2011 Armory, I noticed they only had one silencer, an AAC Evolution40.  A discussion ensued and arrangements were made to not only display the latest silencer technology, but 300 AAC Blackout.  We were also afforded the opportunity to host two panels on Silencers and NFA ownership that filled to capacity quickly.  In fact, they were both standing room only.

Some of the more interesting displays in the room were a replica of a Nuclear Bomb, pretty much any firearm from WWII (M1 Garand, M2, M3, M1 Thomson, Johnson 1941, ect), the prototype of the Atchison AA12, a Mk19 40mm MG and much more.  If you get a chance to visit DragonCon (and The Armory), I would highly recommend it.  What a hoot.

Thanks to all that came out.

A few minute before Panel #2

Who doesn’t love a little beltfed action

KCCO indeed

Had to through Tankgirl in

A “Sarah” from “Chuck”

posted by JohnHollister at 3:44 pm  
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