Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Magpul Eyewears

Magpul is jumping in to eyewear market.


There are three models(Explorer, Terrain, and Summit) with 7 different lens colors available and 3 frame colors

Magpul says the glasses meet MILSPEC(MIL-PRF 32432), ANSI Z87.1 high impact and ANSI/ISEA Z87.1 industrial safety standards

From the looks of it, Explorer is closer to everyday eyewear, while Terrain and Summit are for more rigorous activities.

From: Magpul

Field Notes Ep. 29

In this episode, Jared Reston talks about not outshooting your brain, i.e. reacting without thinking.

From: SureFire

How Pakistan tested to find their new rifle

Proofmark LLC's John Kennedy posted on Soldier Systems Daily his experience with Pakistan's search for a new rifle.


It's a long read, but gives a good inside look at how the process went. Also, read the comments section for more interesting tidbits.

From: Soldier Systems Daily

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Hungarian AMD-65

LAV posted a video about this interesting variant.

From: Vickers Tactical


Ian shows this interesting gun made by Llama that looks like a pair of eyeglasses

From: Forgotten Weapons

Surefire M600DF

MrGunsnGear reviewed this Dual Fuel version of the Scout light. The review also includes some comparisons with similar Surefire product(M300C and M600U.

From: MrGunsnGear

Friday, July 13, 2018

South African gun laws

Ian made a video about gun laws in South Africa

From: Forgotten Weapons

King Abdullah II and Prince Hussein

King Abdullah II of Jordan enjoys a day of father-son bonding with his son Prince Hussein

DOJ, SAF Reach Settlement in Defense Distributed Lawsuit

In 2013, Department of Justice hit Defense Distributed with ITAR for posting 3D printed gun design. Second Amendment Foundation fought with Defense Distributed and announced they reached a settlement.

-DOJ acknowledges that non-automatic firearms up to .50 cal are not inherently militaristic in nature.
-Export of technical information is regulated by the Commerce Department

You can read more from


From: The Shooting Wire

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

World's Biggest Black Powder Cannon

Ian shows this big cannon that never got to see a combat, but has a very interesting mechanism for operation.

From: Forgotten Weapons

SIG Rattler

Chris Bartocci reviews this PDW.

From: Chris Bartocci

Soviet Experimental 6mm Sniper Rifle

The Firearm Blog has an interesting experimental bullpup rifle Soviets worked on. It used 6x49mm cartridge.


From: The Firearm Blog

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Larry Vickers – One Hand Shooting

LAV shares his tip on how to shoot one handed.

Shooting with weak hand is something a lot of people should practice as well.

From: Wilson Combat

Maxim MG 08

Othias of C&Rsenal and Iraqveteran8888 decided to bring out this historical machinegun

From: Iraqveteran8888

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Suppressor Myths

SIG Sauer made a video debunking myths regarding suppressors with John Hollister

From: SIG Sauer

A Well-Traveled Luger

This Luger is mechanically plain, but the markings on the gun tell a very long posession starting from Weimar era

From: Forgotten Weapons

Monday, July 2, 2018

Japanese Type 11 LMG

NRApubs has a good video on Japanese Type 11 LMG. This part of 'I Have This Old Gun Series'

From: NRAPub

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Lionheart Industries Regulus Modular Pistol preview

The Firearm Rack has some information regarding this new version of Lionheart LH series, based off of Daewoo DP51


From: The Firearm Rack

Neostead 2000

This is also a part of South Africa's design that looks like KelTec's KSG, but the inner workings are really different.

From: Forgotten Weapons