Friday, July 5, 2013

Born on the Fourth of July

Thank you Matt for sending over a picture of his son, Lincoln Jefferson Kennedy, who was born yesterday, on the Fourth of July

A new Gun Guy is born!!

Congratulations to the entire family and welcome to the world Lincoln!

posted by JohnHollister at 11:54 am  

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Magic Goggles

Our buddies over at TNVC (your “One Stop Night Vision Shop”) put out a great shirt . . . and it’s got an AAC Can in it :)



posted by JohnHollister at 9:21 am  

Monday, July 1, 2013

Great package

From Paul G on Facebook.

FDE G19, Aimpoint, Surefire light and AAC TiRant9s Silencer

Dam nice

posted by JohnHollister at 8:59 am  

Monday, July 1, 2013

More HB in COD:Ghosts

A screen shot from our friends at High Speed Gear Inc showing their “Taco” pouches with the Honey Badger in the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts video game

posted by JohnHollister at 8:51 am  

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Remington R1/TiRant45 article

The August 2013 issue of Special Weapons has an article on the Remington R1 Enhanced Threaded model 1911 with a TiRant45. Should be on shelves NOW.

posted by JohnHollister at 4:27 pm  

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Prototype HandiRifle

I was looking online for a photo and ran across this one and thought I would post it up

This is a shot of me holding one of the original Prototypes of the 300BLK AAC HandiRifle a couple of years ago. Note the Blued finish, wood stocks and rifle sights

The final production rifle can be seen here:

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 12:47 pm  

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

AAC R1 Threaded

Blog watchers will remember the Advanced Armament Corp R1 Threaded kit post from earlier in the year.

500 of those kits, which include an AAC marked Remington R1 Enhanced Threaded pistol and a TiRant45 silencer, have shipped to the distributor and will be on the way to a dealer near you from there.


Key Features:

  • Tall Two-Dot Sight System Allows Use With Silencer Installed
  • Front/Rear Slide Serrations
  • Beavertail Grip Safety with Checkered Memory Bump
  • Enhanced Hammer
  • Blackened Trigger
  • Enhanced Wide Thumb Safety
  • Flat Checkered Mainspring Housing (20 LPI)
  • Match Grade Stainless Barrel With Threaded Muzzel & Thread Protector
  • Front Grip Strap Serrations
  • Custom Grips with Thumb Groove and Ambi Cut
  • 8-Round Magazines with Bumper Pad (2)

posted by JohnHollister at 9:32 am  

Monday, June 24, 2013

Coolest 300BLK hunting picture yet

“Attached is a photo of the bison cow I took last December with an AAC BLK upper using a 175gr bullet moving about 1900 fps. She was shot at approximately 50 yards with one round placed behind the right ear, and dropped where she was standing.”


posted by JohnHollister at 2:41 pm  

Monday, June 24, 2013


While looking over new heat resistant gloves, Brent was overheard to say “They misspelled ‘HATE’!”

posted by JohnHollister at 9:00 am  

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Louisiana to become like every other NFA friendly state 08012013

Many folks, especially the ones living outside Louisiana, probably don’t know there Louisiana has required it’s own registration paperwork to purchase NFA items. This In-State registration adds to the complexity and time needed for NFA transfers for Louisiana residents and companies selling silencers to dealers in Louisiana.

Louisiana Governor Jindal signed HB277 (sponsored by District 59 representative Eddie J. Lambert) last week, which eliminates this “extra step” for citizens in Louisiana. This change goes into effect on August 01, 2013.

Another state specific roadblock to NFA ownership falls, not unlike citizens of Washington State previously being allowed to own silencers, but it being illegal for them to shoot them . . . or in North Carolina where even if you were going to use a Trust for a Silencer purchase, you still had to get a CLEO sign off.


Thanks go out to the American Silencer Association for all their hard work and getting the News of this victory for the people of Louisiana out.

posted by JohnHollister at 7:33 pm  
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