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Sun, Nov. 23rd, 2014, 06:00 pm
Bodyguard

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Why should dirty politicians be the only people with guardian angels?

It helps if the weapon can be controlled with one hand. It also helps if it has greater range, power and accuracy that a typical handgun.

Sun, Nov. 23rd, 2014, 05:07 pm
Count on a lifetime of luck?

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Thu, Nov. 20th, 2014, 09:45 pm
RDB+ACOG

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Wed, Nov. 19th, 2014, 10:46 pm
Keltec RDB

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Tue, Nov. 18th, 2014, 01:41 am
A friendly mountain man

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Another 5.56mm MAD rifle, this one compatible with AR15 magazines.

Tue, Nov. 18th, 2014, 01:19 am
The long and the short of it

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Long 7.62mm

Same general design, two distinct roles.

Short 5.56mm

Both made by Moore Advanced Dynamics.

Mon, Nov. 17th, 2014, 10:55 pm
Range snapshots of roller-locked guns

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5.56mm

With one company making such guns known for rudeness and another for shoddy quality, it was nice to hang out with friendly people who make good 5.56mm, 7.62mm and 9mm roller-locked guns.

7.62mm

By accident of lighting and timing, we can even see a blurred bullet coming out of the muzzle.

9mm

It was worth braving the cold for seven hours to run a lot of ball and tracer through these guns and a stray MP40 as well.

PS: I also shoot a PTR91 which has been perfectly serviceable and quite accurate for me. There rifles were a good deal smoother, which is as expected from custom-built rifles.

 

Mon, Nov. 10th, 2014, 06:54 pm
Another RDB wallpaper

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Keltec RDB with Vortex Spitfire 1x prismatic scope and AAC Mini4 suppressor.

Sun, Nov. 9th, 2014, 06:15 pm
Keltec RDB wallpaper (1920×1080)

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with Vortex 1-6x scope and Noveske Flaming Pig muzzle device.

Sat, Nov. 1st, 2014, 11:37 pm
Why aren’t most muzzle devices attached like this?

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When I first got vz58 in .223, it arrived with an effective but loud muzzle brake. I deemed it unnecessary and wanted to replace it with a flash hider. Fortunately,  at least four different options are readily available.

I got two of them, a very small and light variant (above) and a larger, more effective Phanton (below).

What impressed me about these wasn’t just the good quality machining but also the ease with which I was able to swap them. Press a detent pin, spin off the muzzle device, replace with another, release pin.

Simple, effective, toll-less, provides indexing. No crush washers needed. Why aren’t more rifle designs using this method?

 

Fri, Oct. 31st, 2014, 12:14 am
A windy day

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Keltec RDB, Primary Arms 1-6x scope

Mon, Oct. 27th, 2014, 07:56 pm
Guns on the rocks

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Sun, Oct. 26th, 2014, 10:31 pm
Upcoming Keltec carbines in the field

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RDB

CMR30

Fri, Oct. 24th, 2014, 09:34 pm
Idaho newlyweds

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Fri, Oct. 24th, 2014, 09:34 pm
Idaho newlyweds

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Mon, Oct. 20th, 2014, 04:44 pm
What I like about the upcoming Keltec RDB

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Bottom ejection is left and right hand compatible. Felt recoil is extremely low without a compensator — which makes me really wonder about the concussive muzzle brake installed on this demo gun. Great trigger, reversible charging handle, excellent accuracy. 1-6x scope is a good fit for the cartridge.

It’s a pre-production gun, so I am still waiting for minor refinements of the safety lever, magazine release and sling attachments. But it’s nice to see very functional test guns out at public events, in this case the Bullpup Conference at Rockcastle Shooting Center.

Thu, Oct. 16th, 2014, 09:41 pm
I really like vz58 in .223

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While 7.62×39 version is cute, tiny and pretty punchy, the .223 is more of an all-around fighting rifle. Using the same barrel blank as the 7.62, the 5.56mm version is more accurate, heats up slower and has less recoil. In fact, with the loud but effective muzzle brake, recoil is closer to a semi-auto 22wmr than to other centerfire rifles. I haven’t scopes this one yet (that would require a stock with a riser), but even irons provide less than 3MOA vs. 5MOA of the 7.62 variant (again, with iron sights). In the near future, I will have to compare the efficiency of the AR15 magazines vs. using the original rock and lock mags without the adapter.

Thu, Oct. 16th, 2014, 12:09 am
Rapid fire

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Steve from Shootsteel.com is running his AR. PWS FSC muzzle brake is loud but effective. The scope is Weaver 1.5-6x. I shot this rifle today as well, it worked as well off-hand as supported.

Wed, Oct. 1st, 2014, 07:06 pm
Rapid fire with ARAK21 SBR

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Mon, Sep. 29th, 2014, 10:15 pm
Halloween comes early.

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