Winchester makes a really cool model with the “John Wayne style” ring and light weight. It just looks like it would be something really fun and a great deer rifle.
This is the flattest shooting handgun ever. It looks like great fun and will shoot the giant .460 S&W round, the “mild” .454 Casull, and the small .45 Colt. Sometimes you just need a big gun. It would be fun to hunt hogs with.
14.5” Barrel and Upper Receiver
I’ve only seen this set up once. The cool part is that the hand guard is longer than the barrel and the suppressor fits inside the hand guard and looks like one piece. It’s the only AR set up I’ve been excited about in over a decade. So I have to have one.
This set up complements how I shoot an AR (check out the video at the bottom of this page to see how I shoot an AR). I like the chevron inside because it looks big if I’m trying to shoot fast, but you can use the tip for precision. Nothing is perfect but I really like this set up.
These are super light weight and strong. They fold nice and flat, out of the way unless needed. And they look cool.
I worked with one of these overseas and was really impressed. They are a little expensive but work really well. To change magazines, I simply grabbed the extra mag hanging on the rifle, push the mag release and both would come out. All I then did was shove the fresh one in. When I had a chance, I could shove another full mag in the Redi mag for later. It worked really easy and well for me.
AR Side Folding Stock
The reason I generally carry an AK over an AR is because of the folding stock so I can store the gun. I won’t be firing the gun with the stock collapsed so one of these may work to store my rifle.
I have a desire to build an ultra light AR and a polymer lower receiver is a good place to start.
Coolest looking little .22 on the market. Just one of those things I need.
I can’t wait until this comes out. I think last year it was shown at the SHOT show and I’m still waiting to buy one. I love axes and this looks like an all in one tool that I need in my collection.
I love WWII firearms and will never be able to own a real one (and if I did I wouldn’t want to shoot it), but this little .22 copy could be a lot of fun.
My hands are too big for a Glock and I have permanent track marks on the back of my hand where the slide rubs when I shoot. It’s just enough to leave a mark and be annoying, not really enough to hurt. I held a gun with one of these installed and now am going to buy one (just waiting to see if Santa brings me one first).