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Kel-Tec RDB First Production Gun Review

Brian at Homeland Guns “Link Here” Was able to get us one of the first production Kel Tec RDB bullpup rifles on the market to play with. So far the new RDB is a winner, we had no real malfunctions except one magazine failed to lock the bolt open on the last round. The RDB is fully ambidextrous with a bolt release & selector on both sides of the gun and a truly ambi magazine release, similar to the Tavor mag release. The new bullpup also has a charging handle that is non-reciprocating and can be placed on either the right or left side of the weapon. The barrel is a 17.4″ with a 1-7 twist, which is different from some of the pre production rifles that were 1-9. I really have to give it to Kel Tec on the new RDB, it is everything that we hoped it would be. If you would like to learn more about the new Kel Tec RDB check out their website Here

Custom FN PS90 SBR

 

Here is the finished FN PS90 project that we started months ago! As you can see it has undergone quite the transformation. Below is a list of the modifications and the companies that helped make this awesome little short barreled rifle what it is today!

Cerakote work by Black Dove Customs: http://www.blackdovecustoms.com

Barrel conversion and stippling work by Mod 1 firearms: http://mod1firearms.com

K9 charging handles by Homeland Guns: https://www.facebook.com/HomelandGuns

REM T3B Ring sight illuminator by M1 Bullpup: http://www.m1bullpup.com

Trigger by Amp Engineering: http://www.amp-engineering.com/catalog/index.php

K&M Arms M17 Bullpup First Look

 

While out visiting our friends at Homeland Guns last week we had a chance to check out the new K&M Arms M17 Bullpup rifle, and thought you all might like to see what we thought of the old bullpup remake. The New K&M M17 is everything that the old M17 should’ve been. The new M17 chassis is made of all aluminum and not polymer, like its namesake. The only downside to that is it gets hot after a few mags of rapid fire. The good news is the gun is a pleasure to shoot, and handles very well. The trigger on the K&M is just fantastic for a bullpup rifle! After everything is said and done it is a great improvement over the M17’s of old, and we loved it! If you are a bullpup fan and would like to have a quality built fantastic shooting rifle that your buddy doesn’t have, this is the gun for you. We hope you enjoyed the K&M Arms M17 bullpup first look video. If you would like more information on the K&M Arms M17 bullpup check them out on their website Here.

Glock 43 Long Range Sniper Pistol

There is not really much else to say other than, “Nice shooting officer Yeti, and great job on our Glock 43 MOD 1 Firearms!”. Also, thanks to Homeland Guns for putting on this range event! Both MOD 1 Firearms and Homeland Guns links are listed below.

MOD 1 Firearms

Homeland Guns

MOD 1 Firearms Custom Built Glock 43

In this video we show off our new custom Glock 43 built by MOD 1 Firearms. This was a great shooting little handgun when we first got it and started testing it, but now it’s absolutely amazing! What? You don’t believe me? Well, listen to this…while we were out visiting our friends over at Homeland Guns, we decided to see just how far we could push our new custom Glock 43 that we had just picked up form MOD 1 Firearms. Our friend officer Yeti volunteered to be the one to take on the insane task of shooting three targets all in a row without any misses. The steel silhouette targets were placed at three different distances. Continue Reading

The New Sig MPX, It’s Not Perfect

We had a chance to take the new Sig Sauer MPX out for a workout the other day. At first glance we were in love with the MPX. The pistol looks to be well made, with it’s all metal construction and buttery smooth action. What can we say? This thing looks great! The Sig MPX comes in a very nice hard case with cut out foam that fits the gun and included accessories perfectly.The Sig handgun also comes with the new Sig SBX Brace on a folding adaptor that is already attached to the gun. The MPX also includes a sling, three 2″ aluminum rails and a full cleaning kit, very nice touches in our opinion. Continue Reading

 CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 Pistol

The CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1 Pistol is a much anticipated new offering from CZ USA. The Scorpion EVO 3 S1 is a semi automatic pistol version of the CZ Scorpion EVO A1 submachine gun. The MSRP on the S1 is $850 not too bad when you compare it to other offerings of this type. The CZ Scorpion ships with two 20 round magazines, a bore snake, lock, and sight adjustment tool. CZ dose offer 30 mags for the gun but at the time of this article they are very hard to find in stock. MSRP on the 30 rounders is only $19.99 now compare that to some of the other mags on similar guns and and the Scorpion starts to really look good! A set of really nice metal sights also comes on top of the Scorpion, seems like most companies forget to include those anymore. Continue Reading

MOD 1 Firearms an inside look at weapon customization

In this video we will  accompany our Smith & Wesson M&P while it gets a full custom job from our friends at MOD 1 Firearms. Tag along with us as we give you a full shop tour. Make sure you stick around until the end of the video to see our full interview with Pike Spraggins the owner of MOD 1 Firearms. We talk about everything form how he got into the business of weapon customizing to where he see’s the business going in the future. You’ll follow our gun through the CNC / Milling process. See the weapon getting prepped and blasted before Cerakote, then it’s off to the oven for curing before final assembly. We hope you enjoy coming along with us for this inside look at MOD 1 Firearms. If you would like more information on MOD 1 Firearms, or to get you own custom work done check out their website HERE 

MOD 1 Firearms an inside look at weapon customization

40 Fit to Fight or Fit to Fail

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Hello, my name is forty. I come from a generation that grew up watching the Andy Griffith show at supper time, and could hardly wait till Saturday morning so I could watch bugs bunny on one of the three channels we had on our huge 19 inch TV. My X games consisted of a big wheel and a steep hill. My “call of duty” was keeping my room clean and getting the chores done before the old man got home from work. My social media was a huffy bicycle that I rode to see my friends down the road. My idea of respect for my elders and those in potions of authority were not debatable, a good swift backhand to the lips or a good solid swipe of a leather belt seemed to reinforce the importance of respecting others. Sunday morning preaching taught me to value the life of everyone, because we’re all going through a battle in this world….it’s funny how all the small things added up in my generation to produce men and women that knew the best way to get ahead in life was to keep your hands working instead of stretching them out for a freebie. Continue Reading

Remington R51 Is Dead To Me, For Now

Yup the Remington R51 is dead to me, for now anyway. As most of you know we have had a long ordeal with the Remington R51 that has been on going for nearly a year. Remington had released an update a few months ago that they would be shipping peoples newly redone R51’s with a free Pelican case and two free magazines in mid October, Well since we are now in mid November we decided to give Remington another call and check on what is going on? We were told that things have changed and they were now moving their whole R51 team to the new Alabama facility and that we would not be seeing our gun till at least the 2nd quarter of 2015 which would make it over a year without have a gun or our money back. Remington informed us that we had three options to choose from in regards to our R51, number one we could keep waiting for our R51 till mid next year and get the free case and mags, or we could get a full refund of the purchase price of the pistol, if we could produce the original receipt were we bought the handgun from which shouldn’t be a problem as gun shops keep these sort of thing on file. Now for the third and final option and the one we choose and think is the best way to go. Remington will send you a base R1 1911 in place of your R51, The R1 cost about $200 more than the R51 so this is your best choice in our opinion whether you want to keep it or sale it for a profit it’s up to you. If you would like to learn more about Remington you can visit them on the web Here