Gun First Look

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:

Custom Boba Fett Tavor by Blown Deadline & Gear Head Works

Here is the ever popular custom Boba Fett IWI Tavor, done by Blown Deadline and Gear Head Works. In the video we will give you a closer look at this Star Wars inspired masterpiece. You will also see us shooting the Boba Fett blaster with the new Magpul Pmag D60 drum magazine, and an OSS Gen 4 suppressor.

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

FN FS2000 Bullpup Rifle

 

Here is our look at the FN FS2000 Bullpup Rifle. To say that the fs2000 looks are unconventional would be an understatement! That doesn’t mean that it’s not a great rifle though. The FN FS2000 isn’t for everyone, but to us it’s still one of the coolest weapons out there. Sure it may look like you just stepped off the set of Starship Troopers, but who cares when you have something this cool and unique to play with. In our testing the gun has proven to be very reliable with a variety of ammunition. The recoil is very smooth and manageable. The factory sight on the FN is similar to the Seyer AUG doughnut sight, again not for everyone. The gun is pretty easy to breakdown and clean after you know how to do it, but it can be tricky for the first timer. We would like to thank Homeland Guns for putting on this range day, and officer Yeti for bringing his FN FS2000’s for us to play with! Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel and like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram.

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.

Sig MPX With Tac Con 3MR Trigger

 

In this video we test out the new Sig MPX with Tac Con 3MR Trigger installed. We found the install to be pretty simple and quick. The results were a very fast and accurate trigger pull, and one heck of a good time on the range! Stay tuned for our full review of the Sig MPX coming soon!