Spike Tactical - CrusaderSpike Tactical has announced "The Crusader", which, was designed to 'never be used by Muslim terrorists'. Anyone who knows me knows I'm not a...
G43 finally adds 9mm single stack to Glocks lineup!Weighing in at under 18oz and a mere 26mm wide comes the new G43 by Glock. A single stack 9mm pistol that was quite possibly brought to the market...
A Police Department Needs Your Help!I came across this posted today on another forum and thought I'd make it available here. I guess it's a pretty smart thing to do, posting it on gun...
John Moses Browning - The Gun Man[IMG] Mooseberry's thread about the Browning Hi-power, got me to thinking about John Browning and his accomplishments with firearms. Can you think...
Really cool shots of .. things being shot.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] More water shots, plus more! Check that stuff out. Really cool. His set up is amazing. For example, here is how he shoots through...
Is it just me, or is that just a hair extreme? 4 inches and much thicker, and you know, realistic - maybe. Perhaps some could confuse it with those tiny 1 shot guns. But, this?
I'm not posting this as a pro-gun hate-TSA thing, just sayin' - this feels a little crazy. You could do more damage with the actual sock monkey, or the sewing kit she was allowed to take on board anyway.
I thought I would put together a post in the growing Resource area, in our new "Did You Know" section, to give an overview of what all you can find.
Check it out!
As many as 1,500 people flocked to Earl's Auction Company in Indianapolis yesterday to take part in an auction of a "world class" collection of guns and ammo (and then some), valued at a million dollars. The collection, as you might imagine, had a little bit of everything. From WW2 machine guns, antique pistols, and M10 sub-machine guns, to AK-47s, sniper rifles, and tons of handguns - this collection had it all. With the ammunition to go with it.
I mean really. You have to see it to believe it. Here are all the inventory pictures on one page. And if you care for it, here is the entire inventory list.
The collection comes from the estate of a murder-suicide. Gary Roberts, shot to death by his wife in September, had owned the collection. Married for over 30 years, things got shaky...
Based on "..internet stuff out there”, Philadelphia has introduced a ban of the manufacture of 3D printed guns, or any parts, without a proper manufacture license under federal law.
Me personally? "I ain't mad at it" (-Gus). I'm fine with requiring people have a manufacture license to manufacture a handgun, even it if it is 3D printed. And let me tell ya, 3D printed isn't just a hunk of plastic anymore. But is the law really going to stop those who intend on using a printed gun for the reasons in which this law is likely aimed to prevent?
If you're lookin' to read the verbiage, here ya go.
Over ten years ago a law was passed by the New Jersey legislature, a law unique to the country, requiring that smart guns become the only guns permitted to be sold in the state within three years of the technology being available. That time is nearing, a so is the chance this snowballs into something that sweeps the nation.
The various technologies being developed certainly aren't new, but they aren't time tested and proven - in some eyes - quite yet either. Various organizations have been working on their solution for years, but does that mean their ready?
The New Jersey Institute of Technology has been working on Dynamic Grip Recognition for nearly 15 years, which is exactly what it sounds like. This version learns and recognizes your grip on the firearm, and will then only fire for you. My only hope is that it's easier to tolerate than their website! Although.. it would be...
Solid Concepts has successfully printed the worlds first amazingly "normal" gun. An M1911, this firearm was printed to dispel the belief that DMLS (Direct Metal Laster Sintering) printed parts aren't strong enough for uses like this.
After releasing their first video 3 weeks and 4 million views ago, they received a number of questions and suggestions. One suggestion? A 500 round torture test.
They've done just that.
In addition, they let a number of people at the range fire the gun with them - and published another video to go along with it. It looks like it did quite well!
Don't get too excited though, folks. The printer and expertise required to do something like this is outside the reach of most everyone, and with 3D printing laws starting to hit the books, you wouldn't be able to do it without a firearm...
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