Thursday, November 29, 2012

Case of the Big Can

Here is one I had not seen before . . . Randall over at Allen Arms Tactical has a 300BLK H&R/AAC HandiRifle with a SCAR-H SD silencer mounted. With the “Reflex” design of the silencer, the can looks as long as the barrel :)

Betcha that combo is QUIET!!

posted by JohnHollister at 9:00 am  

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

A little XM2010/Titan-QD love

XM2010 Sniper Rifle

posted by JohnHollister at 11:33 am  

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

300 AAC Blackout and PMAGS

Like Peanut Butter and . . . . BACON :)

Who don’t love PMAGS

posted by JohnHollister at 8:41 am  

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

It’s whats for dinner

Oleg Volk sent us in a couple of pictures from a resent Hog hunt.

Kel-tec RFB (7.62×51) with a Nightforce 1-4 NXS Compact and a 762SDN6. Nice!!

posted by JohnHollister at 9:26 am  

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Decked out

Kevin from Advanced Outfitters sent us in a picture of his book case, complete with AAC Skateboard Deck. Funny, I don’t see one book on getting in touch with his inner child . . . strange :)

posted by JohnHollister at 9:20 am  

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Odd

Cory and I were headed to the range today and as we were headed up I-85, going south was a Radio Flier Wagon . . . a HUGE one. Like this:

posted by JohnHollister at 7:00 pm  

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Great pictures, but a sad story

Wounded Warrior Used To Like Guns

This must be a new policy because they co-branded the AAC Big Bang Party party I attended in 2010.

For those that are new or want to reminisce . . . LINK

Before you ask . . . no Party this year

posted by JohnHollister at 9:33 pm  

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Military Times on Muzzle Devices

LINK

AAC Blackout
The AAC Blackout flash hider is nearly as effective as the B.E. Meyers, but is 40% shorter. It uses a thick, three tine design with scalloped bases to begin the formation of a vortex as soon as the gasses enter the expansion chamber of the hider. This design, and the B.E. Meyers, were both highly rated and purchased by the U.S. Army for use as a signature reduction device by soldiers in Afghanistan. In 2010, the Joint Special Operations Command performed its own tests in support of a contract to outfit its operators with effective flash suppression. They found the AAC Blackout and B.E. Meyers flash hiders were both 96% more effective in reducing muzzle flash than an A2 birdcage hider. $100, www.advanced-armament.com.

AAC BrakeOut
Brakes reduce flash but not nearly as effectively as a dedicated flash hider. By dropping one baffle and replacing it with the three open tines found on the Blackout, the Brakeout gives up about 10% of it’s braking performance but adds a capable flash hider. It’s a worthy compromise for shooters that require more flash reduction than an A2 flash hider, especially in a short barrel rifle, but want to control recoil. $100 www.advanced-armament.com.

posted by JohnHollister at 9:28 pm  

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Travis Haley on 300 AAC Blackout

posted by JohnHollister at 9:27 am  

Friday, November 9, 2012

Quiet please

Actually, it’s 39 States

posted by JohnHollister at 2:10 pm  
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