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Saturday, February 28, 2009

UC submachine gun

From http://www.fullautoclassics.com

The UC was designed by Utah Connor in the 1980's intentionally to be self concealing. An early prototype was featured in the movie Robocop II, disguised as a boom box type radio. Until it opens, you have no idea that it isn't just a radio! Now is a once in a lifetime chance to purchase your own!

Only 65 are available, and there will never be anymore. Don't miss your chance! You can choose your own color, in almost any finish Duracoat offers! We have in stock Olive Drab, Desert Mirage Tan, Veltor Dark Earth and Black, but with a little time, you can have a truly custom SMG!


Tuesday, February 24, 2009

UZI Pistol

We had the chance to photograph this Uzi Pistol. The Micro UZI was introduced in the 1980s and the UZI Pistol is a semi-automatic version of the Micro UZI without a stock. The UZI Pistol shoots from a closed bolt and uses simple blowback operation. This one is chambered in 9mm and weighs just under 4 pounds. The UZI Pistol uses all the standard 9mm UZI magazines in 20, 25 or 32 rounds. The UZI Pistol was manufacturered by Israel Military Industries (IMI) which is now Israel Weapons Industries Ltd. (IWI)

We had the chance to photograph this Uzi Pistol. The Micro UZI was introduced in the 1980s and the UZI Pistol is a semi-automatic version of the Micro UZI without a stock. The UZI Pistol shoots from a closed bolt and uses simple blowback operation. This one is chambered in 9mm and weighs just under 4 pounds. The UZI Pistol uses all the standard 9mm UZI magazines in 20, 25 or 32 rounds. The UZI Pistol was manufacturered by Israel Military Industries (IMI) which is now Israel Weapons Industries Ltd. (IWI)

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Z-Wars Presented by ACTS of Arizona

Stage 1 and 2 from the 1st Annual Z-Wars.

For more information regarding ACTS please visit
http://www.actshooters.com



5.56 Suppressors Side by Side

We had a chance to put these five .223 (5.56x45) suppressors side by side. Here are the Gemtech G5, Yankee Hill Machine Phantom 5.56, the Surefire FH556-212A, the OPS INC Model M4 MBS and the Gemtech HALO.


We had a chance to put these five .223 (5.56x45) suppressors side by side. Here are the Gemtech G5, Yankee Hill Machine Phantom 5.56, the Surefire FH556-212A, the OPS INC Model M4 MBS and the Gemtech HALO. We didn't get to shoot them all (yet) but here is a rare opportunity to see them all together to compare length, diameters, shapes colors and weights. The shortest, and lightest is the Surefire FH556-212A in the center of the photograph but all these suppressors are close to the same size and weight.

Five 5.56 Suppressors Side by Side


We did not get to shoot them all (yet) but here is a rare opportunity to see them all together to compare length, diameters, shapes colors and weights.

The shortest, and lightest is the Surefire FH556-212A in the center of the photograph but all these suppressors are close to the same size and weight.

http://suppressorbuyersguide.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1235311832


Saturday, February 21, 2009

Muddy Glock 35

I was attending a CCW class and the students were talking about what gun they planned to carry. A some point a student suggested his CCW would not get dirty so if it worked or not with dirt and mud on it didn't matter to him.

I have a different point of view on this subject. I figure we never know what might happen and we don't always get to choose when and where a situation might happen where we are required to use our sidearm.

So in order to prove my choice of a Glock as a CCW pistol, I offered to drop my Glock in the mud we were standing in, and I was confident it would still work no matter what. Of course the Glock worked fine, but it took a while to get back to town for a good cleaning. Here is what it looked like after just a quick cleaning on the mountain after being dropped in wet mud. This was no serious challenge to the Glock (or most any modern CCW pistol) but none of the students was willing to drop their guns to see if they would work too..

This is not disrespect for my sidearm, I have great respect for it. I am confident my Glocks will work when / if I ever need them to because I am willing, and have tested them like this. Can your CCW gun work with some mud on it? Have you ever tested it?

I was attending a CCW class and the students were talking about what gun they planned to carry. A some point a student suggested his CCW would not get dirty so if it worked or not with dirt and mud on it didn't matter to him. I have a different point of view on this subject. I figure we never know what might happen and we don't always get to choose when and where a situation might happen where we are required to use our sidearm. So in order to prove my choice of a Glock as a CCW pistol, I offered to drop my Glock in the mud we were standing in, and I was confident it would still work no matter what. Of course the Glock worked fine, but it took a while to get back to town for a good cleaning. Here is what it looked like after just a quick cleaning on the mountain after being dropped in wet mud. This was no serious challenge to the Glock (or most any modern CCW pistol) but none of the students was willing to drop their guns to see if they would work too.. This is not disrespect for my sidearm, I have great respect for it. I am confident my Glocks will work when / if I ever need them to because I am willing, and have tested them like this. Can your CCW gun work with some mud on it? Have you ever tested it?

This is not as muddy as it was when we tested it. One thing that did happen was the lens to the weapon light (Surefire X200) was caked with mud almost immediately, and I didn't realize it right away.

This is not as muddy as it was when we tested it. One thing that did happen was the lens to the weapon light (Surefire X200) was caked with mud almost immediately, and I didn't realize it right away.

Things the mud changes on a Glock. The serrations in the slide were caked and almost smooth, Using the 'mitten' technique for manipulating the slide is a good thing IMO. The Mag release was caked and almost clogged. If left to dry this would have been a bad thing. Slide lock was covered in mud and stayed down.. not a big deal but worth mentioning, it could be needed if a malfunction clearance was necessary. The weapon light was packed with mud and stayed on in my holster. I might not have noticed this and wasted the battery. Although these could have caused larger problems, nothing stopped the gun from functioning. And most of these issues would have been with dried, caked on mud, not the wet mud.. So a simple cleaning after getting dirty would keep the pistol from getting any serious issues later

Things the mud changes on a Glock. The serrations in the slide were caked and almost smooth, Using the 'mitten' technique for manipulating the slide is a good thing IMO. The Mag release was caked and almost clogged. If left to dry this would have been a bad thing. Slide lock was covered in mud and stayed down.. not a big deal but worth mentioning, it could be needed if a malfunction clearance was necessary. The weapon light was packed with mud and stayed on in my holster. I might not have noticed this and wasted the battery. Although these could have caused larger problems, nothing stopped the gun from functioning. And most of these issues would have been with dried, caked on mud, not the wet mud.. So a simple cleaning after getting dirty would keep the pistol from getting any serious issues later

www.CCWguide.com/Articles

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Shocknife Training Knife at SHOT Show 2009

We stopped by the SHock Knife booth at SHOT show 2009
We inerviewed the inventer of this practical knife fighting tool
Shocknife is designed to improve tactical knife defense training in law enforcement, military, and corrections markets around the world.

Shocknife
http://www.shocknife.com

A video gear review from Gear-Reviews.net
http://gear-reviews.net

See our gear review blog
http://gearreviews.wordpress.com


Saturday, February 14, 2009

Shooting the SVT-40

Samozaryadnaya Vintovka Tokareva, the Tokarev Self-loading Rifle, Model of 1940
(in Russian: Самозарядная винтовка Токарева, образец 1940 года)
These rifles were used by the Russians during World War Two and shoot the popular 7.62x54R ammunition

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

Another video review by:
http://www.GunWebsites.com


M1898 Krag Rifle

We took a US M1898 Krag-Jørgensen Rifle to the local range to test fire it after gunsmithing. It seems to work well

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

Another video review by:
http://www.GunWebsites.com


1911 Colt Series 80 Officers Model

We were test firing a Colt 1911 Series 80 after some gun smithing.
The pistol shot fine, but the Magazine Floorplate fell off while removing it from the pistol

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

Another video review by:
http://www.GunWebsites.com



10/22 Gatling Gun by Tactical Innovations

Shooting the Tactical Innovations 10/22 Gatling Gun kit
We were test firing two Ruger 10/22 rifles mounted in a Tactical Innovations 10/22 Gatling Gun kit. This kit lets the shooter fire both 10/22 rifles safely.

This is NOT an NFA firearm because each pull of the trigger fires just one bullet.

This is a fun way to shoot 50 rounds of .22 lr ammo.

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

Another video review by:
http://www.GunWebsites.com



Crimson Trace Laser on a Ruger LCP

Crimson Trace Laser on a Ruger LCP
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....vrpR7EeZw4
We took the new LG-431 laser for the Ruger LCP to the local range to test how it worked.
The front push button under the trigger guard is very well made and works well. Although our video quality is not so great and the dot is not easy to see it worked very well as an aiming device.



Friday, February 6, 2009

Arizona Arms Gun Show Feb 7 & 8

Gun Show at Pima County Fair Grounds

This is going to be an excellent Gun Show !!

Bulk Ammo, Bulk Magazines, and over 200 vendor tables

$8 covers both days
$3 parking

This is gonna be a good show

Here is a $1 off coupon for the AZ Arms show
http://www.azarms.com/Coupon


Thursday, February 5, 2009

Joe Biden's shotgun

Well it turns out, cable TV knows something we don't.. Beretta doesn't make shotguns anymore

John Stewert.. Rolling Eyes



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....T-ueNjc_D0

I saw the title and it got me to watch the video.. typical TV.. they think a beretta is ONLY a pistol, because thats what they've seen in movies

A very quick search on just the beretta website would have made it clear they are totally wrong.. but I guess it's more funny and wrong than to be funny and correct Rolling Eyes

https://www.berettausa.com/Default.aspx
(I'm not asking the liberal media to know Beretta is one of the oldest firearm companies on the planet, (1500's) known world wide for their high quality shotguns.. but all they would have had to do is open the website and seen the shotguns on it.. talk about lazy)

O, this clip is also funny cause the vice pres is campaigning against the pres Laughing

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Ruger 10/22 Performance Enhancements eBook

After owning over a dozen 10/22's and shooting millions of rounds over the
last 30 years you find out what most of the problems with the ruger 10/22's are.

I have spent a couple years focusing on 10/22 reliability, trying all kinds of modifications that I did myself, some worked and some failed, then setting down doing deep analysis of why this didn't work and how to fix it.

Then I spent a couple years on "let's make this rifle shoot more accurate", tried some of the after market affordable barrels with some disappointment and started machining on the factory barrel and bolt.

I found that after I did a small group of modifications the rifle really worked and
was an accurate sleeper rifle.


I have put this years of field research into a easy to follow and perform manual of do it yourself step by step, large color photos information.


This step-by-step manual guides you through the details of transforming your standard 10/22 into a more reliable and accurate rifle.

The great thing is that you can make all of these modifications yourself and see the improvements immediately. Become the go-to-guy with extensive knowledge on how to make you and your friends rifles work right and hit what you are shooting at.. No gimmicks - just field proven techniques with measurable results.

The modification techniques in this manual will easily save you a couple hundred dollars in non productive and not necessary after market fluff.

http://www.theworks1022.com



Surefire FA556-212 Suppressor

We had a chance to photograph and then test fire one of our favorite firearm suppressors, the Surefire FH556-212A. This 5.56x45 (.223) suppressor is very short in length compared to most 5.56x45 suppressors and has a unique and easy to use quick attach system. Precise tolerances provide minimal and consistent zero shift no matter how often it is attached and detached

We had a chance to photograph and then test fire one of our favorite firearm suppressors, the Surefire FH556-212A. This 5.56x45 (.223) suppressor is very short in length compared to most 5.56x45 suppressors and has a unique and easy to use quick attach system. Precise tolerances provide minimal and consistent zero shift no matter how often it is attached and detached

Surefire FA556-212 Suppressor

http://suppressorbuyersguide.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1233535183

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