I’ve got the [Olive Drab (OD) checkered aluminum grips for my Sig P226 TacOps](http://www.hogueinc.com/store/products/sig-sauer-p226-checkered-aluminum-matte-green-anodized/4741). I mainly use the [rubber ones](http://www.hogueinc.com/store/products/sig-sauer-p226-rubber-w-finger-grooves-black/4609), but the aluminum ones are cool looking and nice, especially for someone who wants a smaller grip circumference. My hands are just pretty big.
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The Infinity is mounted directly to the barrel… not quiet the same. The Taylor screws onto a threaded barrel. That should give it consistent alignment but you probably still run into issues with it, especially during install. But hey, it’s for a custom comp
You say it like it’s a bad thing. As you’ve seen from my other photos I like to collect related items. These were certainly the most logical for this gun! I had to source the badge, ID and badge wallet from three different sources
[Here] (http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/24946?img=0) is the Met’s entry for this item (with even higher-resolution photos and a detailed description of the weapon specifications). I’d also recommend checking out the rest of their collection, (either online or preferably in person) a number of the items are just
>the HK243 is a civilian-grade variant of the German Heckler & Koch’s G36 assault/service rifle platform, more adherent to the original design than the previous, target-oriented SL8 given the high demand from all civilian shooters all around the globe. Not much apparently.
Everything I was looking for honestly. Two eyes open aiming at close range with the ability to illuminate the reticle, which is nice for low light conditions. You can see the illumination in the daytime (on the brightest of 10 settings) but I prefer
Never shot one, but there is always a lot of rabble rabble not .45 rabble whenever anyone brings one up. Seems like a heavy frame 9mm would hardly kick at all.
model: Sig Sauer P556 SWAT accessories: Urban-ERT sling, Magpul AFG, not sure on who makes the irons and optics but will replace the optic with a Trijicon ACOG at some point. The irons are fairly high quality and co-witness with the optic. Current optic
lipstick on a pig right? its cool man i already know most people wont like it. there’s others that do appreciate the creativity. no butt hurt here. i enjoy shooting these and hopefully my kids will too when they ready. i have other higher
it’s an aimpoint Patrol rifle optic. 3 years of battery life on level 7/10. if you shop around you can catch them on sale. watch LApolicegear.com they occassionally do site wide 15% off sales which happen to include aimpoint products whereas most places exclude
Then they went on the Maury Show because the Mk 19 was also seeing the SAW around the same time. The results are in! M4… you ARE the father! *Mk 19 does cartwheels across stage*
A folding stock is under the same import restriction as Suppressors. It is a very idiotic customs law. Even though a rifle may still be longer than the legal minimum length with the stock folded it’s clearly too concealable
This is one of the new 6.5 Grendel Veprs that just came in to the US. I was only able to put 10 rounds through it (I was at the range doing a machine gun video shoot). I can say that 6.5 Grendel FMJ
I know it sounds wierd, but I actually like the way they feel. I was in the Marines when we transitioned from the M16A2 to the M16A4, and although most of us hated it because of the extra weight, I found a way to
Ex ADF here I never had an issue with the two stage trigger on the older F88. The difference in pull between the 2 stages is kind massive so to accidentally go auto is a bees dick away from going full retard. The other
I don’t know if the company is willing to sell to private customers. If they are and you mount a pistol on it, you almost have a short barrel rifle, requiring a tax stamp. Then there’s the long gun version, though it looks like
Our rifles look like brother and sister… I have the Keymod rail, an UBR stock, and a vortex 3x spitfire, 18 in barrel, 15 inch hand guard… Mine is black though. I like the look of the quad rail, but I don’t have any
It’s very common to find other HK fans. It is uncommon to find HK *collectors* with more than a half dozen HK guns. I guess I was feeling a connection in that regard.
Since that would technically be a short-barreled shotgun (SBS), I believe, you’d have to go through the usual NFA rigmarole. I’m not super knowledgeable about NFA things, tho, so someone else might have a better idea. There will be a non-NFA version with an
Many people confuse this behaviour as resting, and think it safe to approach the beast. Many are shot, and some killed, as this is how the Mosin Nagant awaits prey to hunt.
This gun, on the other hand, IS my favorite shooter. It’s a 1945 Springfield Armory (Field grade from CMP.) Has original barrel dated January 1945. Likely has original bolt. HRA trigger group, but SA safety, hammer, trigger. HRA rear sight. IHC front sight and
I have a Golani, that’s the civy model by Century (I know I know) Had a few problems with mine. Gas port was the wrong diameter at first, sent it back and it was fixed for free. Now it has a hard time extracting
Sub-machineguns made sense for WW1 aircraft. The pilots are totally unprotected with little more than cloth in between them and the outside. The aircraft were limited in what they could carry, necessitating light weight weapons and ammo. Aerial gunnery is extremely tricky, and was
“Effective range” is about a completely arbitrary designation. The problem with subsonic bullets isn’t retained energy or intrinsic mechanical accuracy, it’s that they drop like a rock. For conversation, a 300blk/240SMK combo is dropping ~ 2moa every 10yds, from 200yards out. A 510 whisper