Mike Pannone showing that an AR-15 is still a extremely reliable firearm even with dirt and other junk in the gun. (Junk is a technical term… Trust me, I work for an “expert” in the firearm lingo department)
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I finally got to preview the zombie annihilator on Saturday, and I have to say I was very impressed with what I saw. While there were a few minor issues with the weight and cost of the rifle, these were only minor setback to the overall performance of this well designed weapon. Even thought it is a bit on the heavy side the Troy industries forward grip and the Magpul UBR collapsible stock manage to comfortably distribute the weight when shouldering the rifle. I really enjoyed having the ability to quickly adjust sights from large to small aperture using the Samson FFS quick flip sight. Picture this, you are being attacked by a hungry mindless hoard of undead foes the one thing you don’t need is a lot of upward recoil when every shot counts. Equally important the A2 flash suppressor will limit your enemies ability to spot your position. The two stage trigger gives you a clean even break with each shot without extra resistance and the Magpul enhance trigger guard allows for plenty of room for mobility for even the heavily gloved finger.
American Weapon Systems Forged Zombie Annihilator® Lower and Upper, Machined from Forged 7075-T6 Aluminum
AWS 16″ Mid-Length LW-50 Stainless Steel Barrel 1:8 Twist Polygonal Rifling, With .223 Wylde Chamber.
AWS Nickel Boron Coated M16 Bolt Carrier
Two Stage Trigger: Geissele
Magpul UBR (utility / battle rifle)
Magpul MIAD (Mission Adaptable) Grip
Magpul MOE Trigger Guard
Surefire 60 round high Cap Mag
Forward Grip: TROY Industries, Modular Combat Grip
Samson Low Profile Gas Block
MechArmor TacOps-1 Charging Handle
A2 Flash Suppressor
Samson FFS & FRS Quick Flip Sights
I know this review might sound a bit one sided, however I really enjoyed test firing this awesome rifle. After about 100 rounds, I can say my impression of the sleek and versatile design is a testament to American Weapon Systems ability to forge a mean zombie killing machine.
Be sure to check out American Weapon Systems and pick your rifle today.
Atticus Testing the ZA-15 from American Weapon Systems
Last week I had the opportunity to go to the range with Atticus and shoot the Zombie Annihilator. I have shot other AR 15’s and was expecting pretty much the same experience. I got to tell you what a pleasant surprise I had. Being left handed I usually get pinged in the head every couple of ejected rounds; not once was I tapped in probably 60 rounds fired. The trigger is very smooth without being overly touchy. It is a heavy rifle in comparison to other AR’s, which I think help keep it on target. It comes with adjustable iron sights (close quarter and distance). I only had the opportunity to shoot on the tactical range (25yd) which went very well , although I would like to take it out on the 100yd.
My initial feel is that this is a very well made, solid rifle and I would definitely recommend it to lefties.
Out with Old Man Lefty and Lou testing out the new Zombie Annihilator.
First impressions should follow tomorrow.