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Monthly Archives: August 2019

  • DI vs. Piston ARs, Tried And True Against The Operators Choice

    All the high-speed, low-drag guys seem to be running piston ARs. But are they actually the best? The Direct Impingement (DI) system is sensitive to deviations from the initially designed 20" barrel AR with rifle-length gas system. Piston ARs aim to remedy shortcomings when it comes to specialized ARs. Let's...
  • The FN SCAR 17S

    The US military worked to replace the M16 family of small arms for decades. There have been some contenders over the years, but none were good enough to warrant the replacement of the M16 as a general service rifle. The M4 remains standard issue for most troops to this day...
  • How To Buy A Firearm Online

    What if I told you that buying firearms online is simple, safe, and 100% legal? It's 2019, why not take advantage of the internet for gun purchases? Firearms available through an internet retailer are often cheaper and the selection is vast. Purchasing a gun online can be accomplished in five...
  • Review: LWRC SMG-45 Pistol, America’s Newest Tommy Gun

    Everyone loves submachine guns. Unfortunately, civilians cannot own modern submachine guns due to current US laws. Luckily, most manufacturers make pistol-caliber carbines in an attempt to scratch that itch. Pistol-caliber carbines are handy with little recoil, making them extremely fun to shoot.  A Star Is Born Land Warfare Resources Corporation...
  • What You Need To Know About The AK47

    The AK goes by many names. Regardless of what one calls it when an AK talks, folks usually listen. The AK47 is the most ubiquitous small arm of the 20th Century. The term "AK" functions as a general term describing all kinds of Kalashnikov-type rifles.  Who Invented the AK47? Soviet...
  • Double-Action vs. Single-Action Handguns

    When it comes to hammer-fired pistols, there are two main firing mechanism categories: single-action and double action.  Single-Action Revolver The simplest single-action handguns are single-action revolvers. Cocking the hammer moves the next round into position to be fired. Because of this conscious action of retracting (cocking) the hammer, single-action revolvers...
  • Gun Grading Guide - Surplus Firearms

    Military surplus firearms are unique in the industry due to their widely varying conditions. These firearms arrive from all corners of the earth and exist in every shape imaginable. Because of the wide-ranging conditions of surplus firearms, a consistent grading scale is essential for folks to know exactly what they...

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