Careless fool buys his first AK-47 then blames the seller for his own stupidity

Careless fool buys his first AK-47 then blames the seller for his own stupidity

The following exchange between a seller and a new gun owner was posted to the AK-47 Facebook group originally titled “I sold this guy my 7.62 saiga. You might get a kick out of these messages”. Buyer: Fucking thing keeps...
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In Defense of the 10 mm

In Defense of the 10 mm

Hi, my name is Tamara and I’m a recovering gun nerd. I know I was a gun nerd because I had a favorite caliber. I don’t mean there was a certain cartridge that I just kinda liked, but rather that...
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Compact .40 cal survival carbine goes from backpack to ready in seconds

Compact .40 cal survival carbine goes from backpack to ready in seconds

Hickok45 shows off a tremendous little survival carbine made by TNW Firearms. The simple design can collapse in seconds to fit into a backpack or bag. Chambered in 9mm, .40, and .45 caliber, this versatile little carbine has quickly become...
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OIL FILTER SUPPRESSOR

OIL FILTER SUPPRESSOR

Yep, it should be called the “Foxworthy Suppressor”! This is an older video; please do not send me questions about these. I don’t know that much about all the legalities of these. NC Silencer was by with some other goodies...
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Benelli MR1: Not Actually an AR15!

Benelli MR1: Not Actually an AR15!

In this video by Forgotten Weapons, Ian features a Benelli MR1 that is up for auction at the Rock Island Auction Company.  The Benelli MR1 is considered Benelli’s entry into the tactical black rifle market. It is, however, different in...
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USSOCOM Seeking 3-Caliber Advanced Sniper Rifle (ASR)

USSOCOM Seeking 3-Caliber Advanced Sniper Rifle (ASR)

The U.S. Special Operations Command is “seeking sources” for a commercial sniper rifle system that can switch between three specific calibers, is suppressor-compatible, and meets certain size, weight, and accuracy requirements. The “sources sought” mem...
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THE MOSSBERG 500: AMERICA’S DO-IT-ALL SHOTGUN

THE MOSSBERG 500: AMERICA’S DO-IT-ALL SHOTGUN

More than 10 million Mossgber 500 shotguns have been made since the first one was produced in 1960. They have ridden in police cruisers throughout the U.S., and in Jeeps and Humvees during the Gulf War and the Iraq War....
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ATF reverses the rules for arm braces, AR pistols are not SBRs

ATF reverses the rules for arm braces, AR pistols are not SBRs

In a sudden and surprise announcement, the ATF has written an open letter reversing the current rules for “Arm Brace Stabilizers.” To make a long story short, shouldering an SB Tactical “arm brace” is no longer considered a “redesign” of...
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SOCOM Looks to 6.5mm Creedmoor, .260 Remington for New Semiautomatic Sniper Rifle

SOCOM Looks to 6.5mm Creedmoor, .260 Remington for New Semiautomatic Sniper Rifle

The United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) is considering a caliber change for their future semiautomatic sniper weapons systems. Although traditionally these medium range precision weapons have been chambered for the 7.62x51mm caliber common to NATO...
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How to Buy World War II M1 Garand From The CMP – Ordering Your Rifle

How to Buy World War II M1 Garand From The CMP – Ordering Your Rifle

In the previous post, we explained how to assemble our eligibility package for buying M1 Garand rifle the Civilian Marksmanship Program. This time, we’ll look see how to actually order a rifle from this Program. Ordering is not a particularly...
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