Not too long ago I had a package show up here at the Gunmart Blog Test Kitchen from the good people over at ATI Gun Stocks. Inside of said package was a couple of their products for me to field test on my AR… The first one that I want to talk about today is their Scorpion Recoil Reducing Pistol Grip.
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Molon Labe Industries, manufacturers of polymer magazines and accessories for rifle platforms, have announced at the 2013 SHOT Show, held at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV January 15 – 18, 2013, that it will soon begin manufacturing magazines for the AR rifle platform. Continue reading
Awesome way to cut down on ammo costs. I have used their pistol versions and they are a great way to train.
LaserLyte®, innovators in firearms laser technologies, are proud to announce the most highly anticipated addition to the LaserLyte® family of laser training cartridges; the LT-223, .223 Caliber Training Cartridge. The in-the-chamber design of the LT-223 allows the user to realistically train anywhere and practice tap, rack, bang or malfunction drills in the comfort of one’s own home.
The LT-223 fits inside the cartridge chamber and features a firing-pin activated switch that indicates bullet impact with a bright red laser dot. A built-in snap cap protects the firing pin and O-rings hold the laser accurately in place allowing for repeated dry fire practice without compromising accuracy. The rim-less cartridge trainer also allows for constant racking without unintentional ejection.
The LT-223 Training Cartridge is LaserLyte® Trainer Target compatible. Incorporating the LaserLyte® TLB-1 system into any training practice provides the user with an interactive, low-cost training tool for unsighted fire, accuracy, grouping and trigger control.
The LaserLyte® LT-223 is the foundation training cartridge for an array of new Training Cartridge Sleeves for many popular hunting calibers. The LaserLyte® Training Cartridges in the new rifle calibers give young and first-time shooters the opportunity to practice the fundamentals, as well as, refine trigger control skills for shooters of all levels. The rimmed sleeves are made of solid brass and work perfectly in all bolt-action rifles. The LT-223, in combination with any of the new Training Cartridge Sleeves and the LaserLyte® Trainer Target, can improve the success of any hunt or target shoot with realistic, anytime-anyplace, affordable training.
For more information, visit www.laserlyte.com.
Its been announced that Dick’s Sporting Goods has pulled ALL GUNS from its store nearest to Newtown, Conneticut as well as suspended sales of ARs in all of its stores nation wide.
Dick’s said its decision was reached out of respect for the victims and their families “during this time of national mourning,” it said in a statement.
Misplaced efforts to say the least. I dont understand how any of this Continue reading
Over at The Firearm Blog…
Looks pretty good… and the big advantage here is that you can use full capacity mags and no bullet button. Ahhh gun laws. They are just downright laughable.
MasterPiece Arms Introduces New MPAR 556 Rifle for 2013
COMER, GA (December 2012) – MasterPiece Arms, manufacturers of the MPA MAC Line of semi-auto submachine pistols and carbines, is pleased to announce the new MPAR 556 Rifle, which will be unveiled at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada and made available for purchase in the first quarter of 2013.This feature heavy design has been under development throughout 2012 and will feature some serious upgrades, including a short stroke piston design and a lightweight, free floating, two piece aluminum handguard with user located picatinny rails. Continue reading
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Super expensive, hot and sexy new AR coming to market and stuff. Read all about it here.
TFB is showing off a sketch that a reader sent in which I think is a very innovative idea. Its a pistol caliber upper…. that would work on any standard AR lower. Thus eliminating the need for a dedicated lower or a lower conversion. Seems like a very simple idea too.
If it works, it would make the cost of running a pistol caliber AR a little less prohibitive. I like it… and would be one of the first to buy one if it works.
Thats a great looking rifle, isnt it?