Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Safety is no accident

Or maybe it is. Jose did a little “Sharpie Art” on his Safety Glasses.

Tad creepy :)

posted by JohnHollister at 3:00 pm  

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

AAC at the Daytona 500

The Daytona 500 is known for either great weather . . . or not.

This year was Cold.

So here is a “G” sporting the AAC Knit Cap to keep warm.

posted by JohnHollister at 9:00 am  

Monday, February 25, 2013

Blackout at the News Stand

While running through the “Firearms” section of the Barnes and Noble magazine rack the other evening, I found several references to 300 AAC Blackout.

The dedicated 300 Blackout “Book of the AR15″ edition, the cover of Guns & Ammo and an article on 7.62×35 (Blackout) in Soldier of Fortune.


posted by JohnHollister at 9:00 am  

Friday, February 22, 2013

Book of the AR15 – 300 AAC Blackout Edition

Check it out! The Book of the AR15 has come out with a Blackout edition. On your News Stand now or coming very soon!


This issue of Book of the AR-15 is a special edition dedicated to all rifles, optics, and ammunition related to the current .300 Whisper and .300 Blackout phenomenon.

Designed to be a collector’s reference for years to come, this issue starts off with an in-depth history and interview of J.D. Jones and the development of his .300 Whisper, immediately followed by the telling of the .300 AAC Blackout story with Robert Silvers. Inside, you’ll find a shootout between popular brands where only one is given our first Editor’s Choice award. You’ll also discover a complete round-up of .300 Whisper/Blackout ammunition tested by Timothy Yan, an exclusive testfire by David Fortier of the Tango 6 from NEMO Arms, and details of Wilson Combat’s new Recon Tactical in .300 BLK.

posted by JohnHollister at 9:58 am  

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Take a Stand NOW

For nearly 200 years, Remington Arms has been at the side of the American hunter and shooter as well as our nation’s great military personnel and law enforcement officers. As the discussion of gun control and firearms ownership continues to play out on televisions, at water coolers and in living rooms around the country, important facts are being left out and the voices of some 100 million gun owners silenced. Visit and make your voice heard today!

posted by JohnHollister at 9:56 am  

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Wyoming is good to go – Thank you for your help

WASHINGTON, D.C. – -( The American Silencer Association is pleased to announce that on February 18, Governor Matt Mead signed SF0132 into law, granting hunters in the state of Wyoming the right to use legally owned suppressors while hunting all varmint, big game, and trophy animals.

The new law will also legalize the possession of suppressors “anywhere where game may occur”, eliminating an ambiguous interpretation of the law by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department which made it unclear whether it was previously legal to use suppressors at outdoor shooting ranges.

However, it is important to note that under the new law landowners may restrict the use of suppressors on private land.

Given the level of opposition from the AFL-CIO, and the Wyoming Game Wardens Association, the ASA could not have passed this bill without the help of our industry partners and sympathetic legislators. The ASA would like to extend its sincere gratitude to the Wyoming Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, the Wyoming Gun Owners, and the National Rifle Association, along with Senators Ogden Driskill and Paul Barnard, and Representative Allen Jaggi for their steadfast support. Additional thanks go out to Thunder Beast Arms Corporation, who organized suppressor demonstrations for state legislators, and to Governor Mead, for signing SF0132 into law.

Contrary to popular belief, suppressors, also referred to as silencers, do not render gunshots inaudible. Instead, they generally reduce the report of a firearm to hearing safe levels, helping to protect the shooter and those nearby from permanent hearing damage.

In order for a civilian to purchase a suppressor, they must live in one of the 39 states that allow civilian ownership. All applicants must submit an ATF Form 4, in duplicate, to the National Firearms Act Branch of the ATF for each suppressor purchased. A Form 4, or Application for Tax Paid Transfer and Registration of Firearm, includes a stringent background check that is conducted by the FBI. In addition, applicants must submit a $200 payment for the transfer tax, duplicate copies of passport photos and fingerprints, and receive a signoff from a chief law enforcement officer (CLEO) in their jurisdiction. From start to finish, this transfer process takes anywhere from 30 days to one year to complete.

The American Silencer Association would like to congratulate Wyoming for the passage of SF0132. The ASA will continue to work to push for additional suppressor regulatory reform in those states which do not allow civilian ownership or suppressor use while hunting.

About the American Silencer Association
The American Silencer Association (ASA) is a non-profit trade association, whose mission is to educate legislators, regulators, and members of the public on the legitimate uses of suppressors, and pursue legislative and regulatory reform in jurisdictions where their possession and use is unduly restricted.

The ASA is a sponsorship and member driven organization, whose ability to lobby is directly tied to donated funds. For more information on how you can help protect and expand your right to own and use suppressors, please visit


posted by JohnHollister at 5:35 pm  

Monday, February 18, 2013

Two great tastes

that taste great together! Ok, don’t taste them, but few things are more awesome then a Glock and a TiRant

Charles’ Glock 4th Gen G17, Lone Wolf barrel and TiRant9.


Charles just posted another picture, this one is his 300BLK pistol with 762SDN6. He has all the cool stuff :)

posted by JohnHollister at 8:48 am  

Monday, February 18, 2013

A look inside Nighthawk

The folks at Nighthawk are awesome and in the video you will be to see the AAC model with TiRant45

posted by JohnHollister at 8:36 am  

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Wyoming Update

News from the American Silencer Association:


Earlier today, SF0132 passed the Wyoming House of Representatives by a 44-14 margin. The bill, which will legalize suppressor use for the hunting of all game animals, will now move to Governor Mead to sign into law.

The American Silencer Association would like to thank everyone for their support. Without it, we would not have been able to defeat the proposed amendments that attempted to restrict suppressor use to varmint hunting only.

Stay tuned for further updates.

posted by JohnHollister at 5:18 pm  

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Student of hte Gun – SHOT Show 2013 & 300 AAC Blackout

Preach on brother Paul!!

posted by JohnHollister at 9:29 am  
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