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Custom 300 Blackout Pistol Build

 

In this video we look at one of our latest builds a custom 300 Blackout pistol. We decided to utilize the new soon to be released Tailhook pistol brace for this project for obvious reasons. below you will find a list of the products and parts used on the gun, and in the video
G2 Research: 300 Ripout ammo.
Black Rain Ordnance: Milled receivers.
Gear Head Works: Tailhook Pistol Brace.
MOD 1 Firearms: Cerakote, engraving, bolt.
Holosun: 510C sight.
Shooting Sight: AR15 trigger.
Venom Defense: Carbon fiber grip.
Dead Air Silencers: Sandman TI.
Odin Works: Rail.
Inforce: WML Gen2 light.
Seekins precision: controls, cover
Magpul: Pro MBUS.

Custom FN Scar 16 SBR In Dark Multicam

Here is a video of our custom FN Scar 16 SBR. This Scar 16 has a factory 10″ barrel. The dark Multicam Cerakote was done by Black Dove Customs.  The trigger is from Shooting Sight.  The engraving was done by MOD 1 Firearms.  The ACR stock, and selectors are from Kinetic Development Group.  The sight is a Trijicon Acog TA47-C. The mount for the Acog is from Larue Tactical.  The charging handle is from Tango Down.  The light is a Surefire Scout. The Silencer is a SilencerCo Specwar. The rail covers are from LWRC.

SilencerCo Maxim 9 integrally suppressed pistol

Here is a quick look at the SilencerCo Maxim 9 integrally suppressed 9mm pistol from Shot Show 2017. With have one of these on order, will be doing a more in depth video as soon as it arrives. Stay tuned for more. For more information on This and other items from silencerCo check them out here: SilencerCo

New Kel-Tec KSG 25 Bullpup Shotgun

 

Here is the new Ket Tec KSG 25, a 30″ barreled 25 round capacity wonder of coolness. The KSG 25 come in at an MSRP of right around $1,400, the KSG-25 isn’t cheap, but with the ability to hold 25 standard 12 gauge rounds or up 41 mini rounds, and still be shorter than a Standard Remington 870 I think it’s safe to say it’s not a bad deal. This new beast of a shotgun will ship with a Magpul vertical grip, and flip up sights. This is a Bullpup with some bite! Check them out Here: Kel-Tec

IWI X95 Bullpup First impressions

This video is from our first trip to the range with the new IWI X95 bullpup Rifle. Like the Tavor the X95 will run any kind of ammo you want to put in it. We tested Federal, Remington, Tula, Wolf Gold, Wolf Steel, and a few others with no issues whatsoever. The recoil is smooth and fairly light, just like it’s IWI big brother. The new magazine release on the X95 is ok, but we still prefer the one on the Tavor better. The biggest and best improvement over the Tavor is the built in rail system on the new x95. The new gun has both left right, and bottom standard picatinny rails, with easily removable covers. The new X95 also features a full picatinny top rail with back up sights that are built into the rail. Overall our first impressions of this new offering from IWI are very good. We will do another video on the gun after we have had a lot more time with it. If you want to learn more about the new X95 rifle from IWI click the link here:

 

IWI X95 Aftermarket Triggers???

We have been asked several times if the aftermarket IWI Tavor triggers, such as the Shooting Sight TAV-D, and Geissel Automatics Super Sabra work in the new IWI X95. The short answer is yes, but with some minor modifications. We go over what needed to been done to our x95 in order for the Shooting Sight TAV-D, and Geissele Super Sabra triggers to work properly.

DRT Ammunition 9mm Terminal Shock

This will be the first test in a series of tests that we will do with the DRT “Dynamic Research Technologies” Terminal Shock series. In This video we shoot the 9mm hollow Point through a 16″ Clear Ballistics block. We use a Glock 19, and a Kel-Tec Sub 2000 for the test, both fired and about 3 yards. We also fire the DRT Terminal Shock rounds through six layers of denim. We were very impressed with the performance of the ammo, both in penetration and wound channel. The results we got were exactly what DRT claims in its advertisements, which we really liked. This ammo is best suited for CCW, and home defense for the damage it causes, and it’s ability not to over penetrate. We will be doing more test with this ammo, as well as some other calibers from DRT Ammunition. If you would like to learn more about DRT, and the different kind of ammunition they offer please visit their website here: