http://store.commandarms.com/products/UPG16.html http://store.commandarms.com/products/UPGS.html Looks like the rest is a bit different from the one I linked, but I think the grip is the correct one.
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The Revision Desert Locusts and ESS goggles with the foam removed don’t fog at all for me. Of course, you lack the dust/wind protection that the foam provides. A good, but expensive alternative, would be to get the Oakley M Frame 3.0s with the
It looks great, I’m going similar with my build but with magpul miad grip, magpul ubr stock, and a 7.2″ troy alpha rail so I can still use my a2 fixed front sight.
I know the military version uses a dual stage for full auto operation. All I can say about the civilian version is the trigger is everything you don’t want it to be. Mushy, with creep and overtravel. Not to say it isn’t manageable, but
>That’s a product of shitty photography skills, not the artistic decision to shoot the subject on white. Even a properly exposed subject on pure white is straining to the eye. Maybe I’ve just seen too many overprocessed Baby’s First White Background photos on gun
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These are fine firearms, beautifully photographed, but to be honest, my upvote is for your correct use of “its”. God that just looks awesome there in that description. Mmmm “its”.
The m249 is made by fabrique national or FN and is exclusively a hybrid belt fed, or box magazine fed machine gun. The HK121 is a new type of machine gun that is completely adjustable to the shooter, can easily switch between calibers and
That I do not know, but its an interesting thought. My first reaction is, “maybe he’s got a point.” My second thought is that the turbulence is going to be negligible for a couple of reasons: * The bullet is in front of it.
The point here is that you’ll end up illuminating your entire rifle, not only causing your right side to not be illuminated at all, but it will also blind yourself if it’s a strong light. Also, the magwell grip needs to die. It has
Love that movie. I’ll play out my favorite part. Bullet Tooth Tony: Like a prick, you are having second thoughts. You are shrinking, and your two little balls are shrinking with you. And the fact that you’ve got “Replica” written down the side of
I have a PMR30 and love it. Theoretically, 30 rounds of 22wmr in a relatively accurate handgun (which the PMR is) is quite a potent weapon. In reality, it is probably the last gun I would grab if the shit ever hit the fan.
Part of the size is the belt feeding system, but most of the girth and mass create a more durable, long-term reliable system. Semi auto and occasional burst fire don’t generally lead to round counts that are six digits deep, but sustained full auto
i actually owned two. i had a hk sp89, was told that possession of a sp89 along with one of these cases in the same house constituted a felony if the sp89 wasn’t registered as an aow. got a bit paranoid and kept the
From what I have gathered since I started following it the upper, since that is all Faxon produces, has a few key features: AK piston design (runs on rails which I believe most piston AR do not do and causes issues with reliability among
I was looking at some pictures of the cadex stock on reddit and found yours. How do you like it? I’m planning to get a GAP FBI HRT rifle, change the chassis from the mcmillan a3 to the cadex. Just wondering about the eye
Depends on the caliber. 300 blackout was designed for an 8″ barrel. The benefits of barrel length over 12″ don’t really do much. 5.56 prefers 14-16″ for best velocity gains. If you go under those lengths you lose energy and that in turn brings
i have one of those, not this dressed up but its a nice revolver. you have to get a special ammo with the primer on top of the bullet
What I want to know is what kind of action it uses. Is it short recoil, tilting barrel? Walther locking block? Roller delayed blowback? Simple blowback? In short, is the barrel fixed to match the suppressor or is there potential for an issue where
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pretty sure they are gas exit channels, the suppressor is a honeycomb that lets the gas expand slower and more distributed, yet it has to go somewhere and that is what those holes should be for. I don’t own a suppressor… yet…. but that’s
you CAN diy but it is alot of work. you have to completely dissasemble the firearm, place it in a degrease bath, sand blast, and bake to make sure any oil or grease in the piece is drawn out. Then spray, making sure you
It’s a duck’s foot pistol which is a type of volley gun. Pepperboxes have multiple barrels, each with their own percussion cap. Volley guns only have a single cap or pan that ignites all the barrels.
Looks like state law regarding .60 caliber weapons is in regard to “fixed ammunition.” State: >Cal. Penal Code §12301. >(3)Any weapon of a caliber greater than **0.60 caliber which fires fixed ammunition**, or any ammunition therefor, other than a shotgun (smooth or rifled bore)