How To Make A Lego Glock
1 minute ago
Review: Beretta 90-Two 9mm ...
1 minute ago
3" Taurus Judge Magnum Review
3 minutes ago
Stoeger Coach gun 12 gauge
3 minutes ago
S&W M&P .357 SIG Review
5 minutes ago
Many companies selling M4 and AR variants today try to sell a carbine or rifle that may be suitable for plinking cans, shooting gophers etc. but will not hold up to the standards required for hard use and long life with a high round count. Few companies meet the criteria lined out in the TDP of which Colt and FN abide. Bravo Company is one of the very few companies producing carbines and rifles that meet this standard. Others are Daniel Defense, LMT, Noveske. Companies that have been proven to not meet this standard of critical criteria are DPMS, Rock River, Bushmaster and Olympic Arms. Now before you freak out, they do work for what most people use them for. The fact is, they do not have many if not any of the criteria outlined here. Using the analytics feature, it has become quite apparent that this video has found itself emailed among many individuals at both DPMS, STAG and other brands I forego recommending here. It is also apparent that many internet trolls from either these companies or friends of, have taken it upon themselves to write vitriolic, emotional and zealous comments that border on insane ramblings, defending these brands and accusing me of being ignorant of the M4 platform. These comments will no longer be posted, so do not even waste your time. I suggest you spend the time improving your product line. What I had to address with some individuals: Bushmaster has refused to release any information or certifications regarding materials, specs, etc. Bushmaster does not hold the TDP or design schematics for the M4, but reverse engineers after measuring Colt parts. Every Bushmaster I have handled, owned, seen, or sold, has lacked a STAKED castle nut. Bushmaster does NOT have an "F" marked FSB, or an H buffer. Your barrel is 1/9 NOT 1/7. All MPI and HP of Bushmaster is BATCH tested. etc. Barrels that have been tested by individuals, has shown they are NOT 11595E. They do NOT parkerize under the FSB. Buffer tubes on Bushmaster are COMMERCIAL aka weaker, thinner, cheaper. Sell your Bushmaster for $900 and go buy a Colt. They are shit and the list goes on. Same goes for Rock River, Olympic, and many others. Do the research. Educate yourself. Some of the TDP: Auto BCG, 8620 BC, Shrouded Firing Pin, Parkerized Exterior, Chrome lined, USGI specs, Mil-spec gas key hardened/heat treated and chrome lined, secure gas key with "grade 8" fasteners properly staked, Carpenter #158 Bolt, tool steel extractor with black insert, Shot peened, MPI(100%), HPT (100%), 4-coil or 5 coil spring, 11595E Certified Barrel Steel, 5.56 Chamber NOT .223, 1/7 twist Barrel, M4 Feed Ramps, "F" Stamped FSB, Taper Pins, 7000 series lower receiver, Mil-spec diameter buffer tube, properly staked castle nut, Properly marked and weighted buffer, "H" "H2" etc. Also included is properly gassed systems with proper gas port size tube diameter and length. There are other facets not mentioned here however these are the biggies. http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showpost.php?p=3238128&postcount=79 http://www.youtube.com/user/DennyDucet?feature=mhee http://www.facebook.com/Dennyducet Here are the FACTS: http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?t=82739 THE CHART: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showpost.php?p=3238128&postcount=79 https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?hl=en_US&hl=en_US&key=0Ajl2UPK0UHPscHdzd2hlZ2hOUXNFdUVoakZ3UHJnVEE&single=true&gid=5&output=html https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?hl=en_US&hl=en_US&key=0AqmgMm61Ok7WdExwaG16OENzOEZ1akp2a3Y2NjMxTEE&single=true&gid=2&output=html Awesome Colt M4 High Stress Test Video (watch both): http://atwar.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/12/m4-and-m4a1-guns/ Article on Colt: http://atwar.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/08/the-making-of-the-militarys-standard-arms/ http://www.colt.com/ColtMilitary/Company.aspx Colt Weapon Systems The true M4. http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?t=114951 More discussion on TDP http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?t=115630&page=4 Discussion on RRA
Added: 128 days ago by
Runtime: 00:01 | Views: 166 | Comments: 0 ( Not yet rated )
-Don't Forget to Rate, Comment, and Subscribe- Our Website http://rangetimets.com/ Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cory07ink Also Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Cory07ink We arent against open or concealed, as long as you train!!!
Added: 204 days ago by
Runtime: 00:01 | Views: 421 | Comments: 0 ( Not yet rated )
Contact us at: 770-968-4949 if you need prices. This sums up the most popular options. IMO, a 9mm handgun is a must have for anyone, no matter the skill level. They are ideal for training young folks, new shooters, and smaller framed shooters. The light recoil is great for rapid follow up shots. Expanding FMJ rounds are great for self-defense guns that do not prefer hollow points. In general, they are very capable first shot stop guns if proper shot placement is recognized. The 9mm in ball form is very economical for those of you that wish to stock pile a little ammo for the future.
Added: 204 days ago by
Runtime: 00:01 | Views: 374 | Comments: 0 ( Not yet rated )
Norinco 1911C. Gun has already been cleaned and oiled, just a video to show you how to take apart an original pattern 1911A1 pistol. This is not a series 70, but rather an original pattern design from before the 1971 change to series 70 by colt. The series 70 is very similar apart some changes to the frame, bushing and barrel. I would like to thank W4llyB4nger for pointing this out as I had originally labeled the video 'series 70' in which, technically it is not. Follow up videos http://youtube.com/watch?v=1Bh6K5rNenc http://youtube.com/watch?v=RBhk2LKE8_c
Added: 473 days ago by
Runtime: 01:00 | Views: 866 | Comments: 0 ( Not yet rated )
Another Montage put together by my son, bigjohn88tn, of Hickok45 giving financial support to the ammunition industry! This is for my loyal viewers who might just need a small dose of "ballistic intensity" before work, or after work with a cool, refreshing beverage! Photobucket: http://s83.photobucket.com/albums/j309/hickok45/Hickok45%20Firearms%20Pics/
Added: 775 days ago by
Runtime: 01:00 | Views: 1576 | Comments: 0 (1 ratings)
PART 1 of 5: Nutnfancy tackling the often controversial issue of the AK-47 versus AR-15 rifle systems. The bottom line is, a quality example of either gun can serve your law enforcement, military, and "civilian sheepdog" requirements admirably. However many factors and considerations should come into play when selecting your choice. When properly maintained and lubricated, the AR-15 is very reliable contrary to many internet, forum, and magazine myths. However it does not rise to the absolute, carefree ruggedness and reliability of the AK design. Whether packed in mud, neglected for cleaning, or just plain thrashed upon, the AK shrugs it all off and continues to shuck rounds with pleasing and life-saving regularity. It is better than the AR-15 system in that regard. It also features a lightning quick and easy fieldstrip. However the AK design has many flaws which include: poorer ergonomics (like its munchkin length of pull), shorter sight radius and inferior sights, heavier magazines and ammunition, difficulty in mounting optics (less variety in application too), slower operational controls, and more recoil. But many accept these shortcomings to gain the increase in stopping power of the larger .30 caliber round. As shown in the video, this 7.62x39mm round pretty much dies after 300 yards but within its range, it hits hard and defeats obstacles much better than the smaller 5.56x45mm offering. However the AR-15 can easily be had in either a 6.5 SPC or Grendel chambering which nullifies this advantage (and the AK can be had in the 5.45x39mm load which has similar ballistics to the 5.56). Both systems enjoy adequate firepower, multitudes of accessory options, good service record (AK has better reliability record however), and similar value (subject to change). I respect the reliability, simplicity, ruggedness, and shooting fun of the AK design. For a "mud gun," it still reigns supreme. However in terms of ergonomics, its amazing versatility, the lighter weight of mags and ammo, superior accuracy, and the longer range capabilities (especially with 77 gr loads), the AR-15 is a more capable weapons system.
Added: 797 days ago by
Runtime: 01:00 | Views: 1540 | Comments: 0 ( Not yet rated )