Spent some time at Best of the West shooting range testing the Templar Tactical Suppressors. The Templar Tactical Archangel is very impressive in terms of sound suppression and repeatable accuracy as well. More »
On this installment of Silencer Sunday we will do a comparison of the Griffin Armament M4SD II vs the Gemtech Halo. Both silencers are full auto rated 5.56 cans that attach to mil-spec flash hiders. They attach in slightly different ways but both seem simple and a great idea for those who do not intend on replacing muzzle devices or want to use a thread on can.
What a great weekend in south Texas.. hunting exotics. The guys the Silencer Shop had a film crew with them for some cool upcoming action and I got my hunt on camera.
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Houston, Texas, October 14, 2014 – CC INTNL has announced its proud association with Voere, bringing with it an envious entry into the US arms market. The collaboration is aimed at providing the technically advanced range of precision rifles to the US customers, and the Voere X3 and M2 are sure to be ranked one the best precision rifles on the market.
I have been using this PRS rifle tripod for several seasons and love it. It is very lightweight and I don’t notice it in my backpack. I can get setup and just let the rifle sit in it. It is a great piece of kit and I highly recommend it.
The Glock 19 could easily be argued as a “Do All” pistol. Whether it’s for home defense, concealed carried, pistol matches or even LE/MIL use, the Glock 19 brings a lot to the table. These pistols are accurate, boringly reliable, there is a huge aftermarket available for them due to their immense popularity, and they are easily affordable. I personally have been shooting Glocks in USPSA competitions since 2000 in both Limited and Production divisions. In addition, I carried a Glock 22 for the better part of 4 years for my duty gun and a Glock 27 as a back up and off-duty pistol; but until recently, I had never owned a Glock 19. After over a decade of shooting Glocks, I couldn’t resist any longer and wanted to start a new project to push the boundaries of what shooters considered to be the effective limitations of a pistol.
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This just in from the Silencer Shop!
Brand new Browning 1911-22 Black Label. Featuring a threaded barrel, ambidextrous safety and a Picatinny rail.
Lawrenceville, Ga. (November 2014) – Dead Air Armament®, producers of game-changing, 100 percent USA-made suppressors, launches the 7.62 Sandman® product line, which includes the Sandman-S®, Sandman-L® and Sandman Ti® models. What sets Dead Air suppressors apart from the competition is attention to detail in engineering and materials. Sandman® baffles are constructed from 100 percent Stellite®, more costly than traditional stainless steel, but offering better performance under extreme conditions and usage than Inconel®. Tubes are made from high performance precipitation hardened stainless steel, making the Sandman® series lightweight with no sacrifice on strength.
I’ve been lusting after a British Short Back PLCE military bergen for about 9 months now. Just a clarification of terms, “bergen” means the same as backpack. PLCE stands for Personal Load Carrying Equipment. Think of it as the British equivalent of our old ALICE system. I’ve tried everything to replicate on, from a medium alice to a ILBE Marine pack. Nothing has worked quite like I wanted to. The ILBE is just too damn long, meant to be carried like an alpine rucksack and transfer the weight of your load to your hips via its padded hip belt.
The ALICE is decent, but the frame is a bit too long to sit on top of webbing. When I try to The MOLLE II rucksack came close when I shortened it up, but I didn’t care for the external plastic frame. As for the ALICE? Well, I’ve tried a mixture of MOLLE and ALICE parts, including chopping up an ALICE frame. No success just yet. I needed a Short Back PLCE bergen.