“COPS” Reality TV Show Cameraman Shot and Killed During Filming
A cameraman from the popular reality TV show “COPS” was shot and killed today while filming footage for the show with the Omaha Police Department. Bryce Dion, a seven year veteran with the show, was filming with a group of officers when they responded to an armed robbery in progress. The call was placed at a Wendy’s fast food restaurant, where they met a sespect that fired on them and police returned fire on the robbery suspect. The cameraman was caught in the cross-fire. One of the rounds fired, by responding officers, struck Dion in the upper torso. Dion was wearing a bulletproof vest but the round hit him in the opening at the arm. Bryce later died from his wounds, as did the robbery suspect who was also struck by one of the officers bullets. It now appears that the suspect was wielding an Airsoft or pellet gun that the responding officers thought was a real firearm. Below is a link to the source of the story from TMZ.
We take the Beretta ARX 100 first shots at our range for a few function test, and I’m happy to say the ARX preformed perfectly during all of them. We tried a few different kinds of ammo and a few different mags just to make sure that it was a good test for the rifle. Like always we will be doing a full review once we have enough time and rounds down range with the gun. The Beretta ARX 100 preformed great so far and we don’t expect that to change, but if it does rest assured that we will let you know. If you would like to learn more about the Beretta ARX 100 or any of Beretta’s other fine firearms please visit them at their website. Here
As we reported a few weeks ago about Remington removing the R51 form their website, it is now confirmed that Remington will scrap the old R51 and replace it with a new model. Anyone that has a current R51 can receive the new model with a few little extras to boot. Well, it looks like we were right all along about this little mess of a CCW pistol, lets just hope the new model lives up to all the hype. Remington made the announcement today and here it is. Continue Reading
So it would appear that Remington has quietly pulled the R51 compact CCW 9mm pistol off of their website. We have also noticed that there are no Remington R51’s at any of the local shops around us. Does this mean that Remington is pulling the plug on this little handgun? Who knows? But, we have had more than one experience with the R51 and none of them were good.
So Where’s our gun you ask? Where’s our Remington R51 to be specific? Well that’s a hard question to answer because we don’t know really, we assume it’s safe at Remington getting repaired but after over 1oo days who can be sure. We have called them and received no answers on why it’s taking so long other then to tell us it’s being fixed. Not only do we not have a pistol but we are out our money. We will continue to do update videos till we receive either the weapon back in working order, or our purchase cost back. and to be perfectly honest I’d rather have the money. Stay tuned to TacticalExistence for more updates.
In this video we test a prototype of the Gear Head Works Razorback Tavor Top Rail. The Razorback is a replacement rail for the IWI Tavor flat top. This allows faster and easier caliber changes without having to remove the top rail from the barrel assembly or remove the optic from the rail. That means no re-zeroing the rifle every time you do a caliber change. There is more good news too! The Razorback allows you to use any standard height ar iron sight or optic without the use of risers. Lets not forget the looks. The Razorback looks great on the gun and gives flat top owners a way to have the IDF model look when they want it. Two sizes; both short rail and long rail gives users more options with the way the want their Tavor configured or how they want it to look. The Gear Head Works Razorback Tavor top rail is made out of 6061 billet aluminum so you know it’s going to last and it is hard anodized to match the Tavor perfectly. What more could you ask for? Great looks, form and function, and the ability to do faster caliber changes with less steps! The Gear Head Works Razorback has it all. For more information on the Razorback or any of the other products that Gear Head Works has to offer check out their website at. http://www.gearheadworks.com