I was talking with a gentleman just yesterday about him wanting to put a suppressor on his AK-47. I had read on the AAC blog about this on Wednesday was able to direct him to their site.
If this is something you are thinking about, go over and check out AACs blog on the subject.
Designer: KBP Instrument Design Bureau (Russian)
Manufacturer: KBP Instrument Design Bureau
Cartridge: 9x39mm Grom
Weight: 4.6 lbs (2.1 kg)
Length: 23.8 in (60.5 cm) (stock extended), 15.1 in (38.3 cm) (stock folded)
Action: Gas actuated, rotating bolt
Rate of fire: 700-900 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity: 886 ft/sec (270 m/sec)
Effective range: 200m
Maximum range: 400m(w/ optic)
Feed system: 20-round box magazine
The 9A-91 was designed as a PDW (Personal Defense Weapon) for the Russian army but founds it way into the hands of the MVD and Russian Police Troops to replace the SR-3 Vikhr.
This rifle uses a long stroke piston much like that of the AK family of firearms. The receivers are made from stamped steel making the rifle cheap and easy to produce in large numbers. The pistol grip is made of polymers.
One of the features I like about this rifle is the stock folds to the top of the rifle allowing the stock to be unfolded without removing the magazine.
The safety selector is on the right hand side of the rifle just above the trigger guard. Modes: Semi-auto (pointing to the rear) Safe (pointing straight up) Full-auto (pointing forward towards the barrel)
The charging handles handle is spring loaded to keep it from getting hung and caught, which is a nice feature when maneuvering in tight spaces like in cars or in clearing building.
The rifle fires the 9×39 Grom which was designed as a subsonic round for suppressors (see the second and third pictures). The effective range on this rifle is 200 meters supersonic and 100m sub, the 9mm projectile insures at ranges out to 400+ meters the projectile still has good penetration. If you would like to learn more about the 9×39 Grom cartridge you can find that HERE.
This 1911 is a Remington R1 Enhanced Threaded (both the Remington and AAC version feature high sites and threaded barrel), with a Blackened barrel threaded .578-28, custom Grey VZ “Grenade” AAC logo grips, the Skull Xguns logo on the right side of the slide and “Advanced Armament Corp” on the left. The pistol will come in a Pelican case with custom cut foam and a TiRant45 silencer. This awesome package is available to dealer through AcuSport and is limited to 1000 units. AcuSport is taking orders now.
THE NEW REMINGTON® MODEL 1911 R1 ENHANCED THREADED BARREL
The accuracy and reliability that have made the 1911 an American icon now shine brighter than ever. Features include a crisp trigger, dovetailed front and rear sights, precision-machined slide and frame, and available fine-checkered American walnut grips. The new Model 1911 R1 is truly the finest blend of exacting craftsmanship and out-of-box performance available today. Every element is produced with ultra-tight tolerances on equipment representing the height of modern technology. The result is a sweet-shooting advancement of a legendary design we’re more than proud to put our name on.
The Remington Model 1911 R1 Enhanced is manufactured with pride and precision, to the exacting standards you’ve come to expect from Remington. Right here in Ilion, New York.
- Tall Two-Dot Sight System Allows Use With Silencer Installed
- Front/Rear Slide Serrations
- Beavertail Grip Safety with Checkered Memory Bump
- Enhanced Hammer
- Blackened Trigger
- Enhanced Wide Thumb Safety
- Flat Checkered Mainspring Housing (20 LPI)
- Match Grade Stainless Barrel With Threaded Muzzel & Thread Protector
- Front Grip Strap Serrations
- Custom Grips with Thumb Groove and Ambi Cut
- 8-Round Magazines with Bumper Pad (2)
Turnbull TAR-10 auctioned off for $136,024 at SHOT 2013
Suppressed rifle at the AAC booth
DRD Tactical Paratus 16
Chiappa Triple Threat Shotgun
Old Man Lefty at the SUREFIRE booth
The McMillan ALIAS (STAR)
Scoping out the show
Ares Defense Belt Fed AR-15
Full assembled DRD Paratus 16
Remington Defense XM2010
Hey gearheads, Panzerfaust here again and this time I had a chance to test fire the H&K MP5SD .22lr by Walther Arms, Inc.. I really enjoyed the sleek and highly functional design of this firearm. It features a match grade precision barrel, NAVY pistol grip, retractable stock, metal receiver and mock sound dampener that acts as a compensator. The rifles has a weight of 7.45 lbs. so you really feel like you are firing the original 9mm version without the high cost of the rifle and ammo. This rifle comes with adjustable front and rear iron sights that adjust for windage and elevation so you can remain on target no matter what. One draw back is that if you did want to add optics you need to purchase additional parts to install a picatinny rail first. If you are looking for the look and feel of the H&K MP5SD 9 mm but you don’t want to go broke in the process, I highly recommend giving this replica a go.
Caliber: .22 L.R.
Capacity: 10 or 25 rds
Mode of Fire: Semi-Auto
Barrel Length: 16.2 in (412 mm)
Barrel Twist: 1 in 13-3/4 in
Rifling Grooves: 6
Rifling Length: 13.78 in (350 mm)
Front Sight: Interchangeable Posts
Rear Sight: Adjustable – Windage & Elevation
Overall Length: 26.5–32.5 in (675-825 mm)
Overall Height w/Mag:10.6 in (270 mm)
Overall Width: 2.2 in (55 mm)
Stock Style: Single Point Adjustable Telestock
Trigger Type: Single-stage
Trigger Pull: 6.6-8.8 lbs
Safety Type: Manual
Principal of Operation: Blowback
Muzzle Thread: M8x.75
Length of Pull: 6.5 – 12.375 in
Sight Radius: 13.2 in (335 mm)
Diameter Rear Sight Aperture: .24 / .13 / 0.11 / 0.1 in
Front Sight Width: .07 in (1.8 mm)
Weight w/out Mag: 7.45 lbs (3400 g)
Weight of empty Mag-25: 2.5 oz (70 g)
Tactical-life.com posted these pictures of the new yet to be named SMG from SIG. The details are very limited right now but from what we know the SMG will have the options to be chambered in 9x19mm, .40 S&W and .357 Sig.
The pictures show two different stocks, barrels and rail lengths however I still do not know if that will be on the final released product.
I am hoping SIG will have more info at SHOT 2013
This SMG looks like a mix of the AAC Honey Badger and an H&K MP5.
(First GEN AAC Honey badger)
(H&K MP5 SD)
This is the McMillan CS5 Stubby .308 WIN. “A compact and concealable precision tactical rifle.”
Action: McMillan T2K
Caliber: .308 Winchester
Barrel: Stainless, Match Grade, 1-8″ Twist with Threaded Muzzle with Brake
Barrel: Length 12.5″
Trigger Adjustable Anschutz® Match Trigger
Typical Muzzle Velocity,Supersonic – 2250 ft/s – Subsonic 1050 ft/s
Magazine: SR-25 Type, 10/20 Round
Weight: *10.6 lbs / with Suppressor 12.25 lbs
Carry Case: Full Size Gun Case Provided
Suppressor: Elite Iron Suppressor Bravo 30 Cal (McMillian. Included with the “stubby” )
32.5″ Disassembled with Butt
38″ Fully Assembled
* These weights do not include bipod, scope or rings due to the different size/weight available with these parts.
** McMillan does not guarantee the accuracy of any subsonic ammunition not purchased from McMillan.
The McMillan CS5™ is designed for stealth and concealment in urban settings.
The bolt action CS5 is specifically designed as a compact and concealable precision tactical rifle. It is available in suppressed configuration for military and law enforcement applications, as well as standard configuration.
Breaks down into a common backpack.
With the buttstock and suppressor detached, the CS5 is only 23″ in overall length. It stuffs neatly into backpacks and other inconspicuous carriers, yet it delivers the stopping authority of a .308 projectile.
Sub-MOA accuracy, subsonic or full power.
Using McMillan’s match-grade 200 grain subsonic .308 Winchester ammunition, the CS5 will deliver 0.75 MOA performance or better in urban settings. With full power match grade ammunition, the CS5 will also deliver 0.75 MOA performance or better at typical 7.62 NATO distances. Hence, it is a dual purpose firearm serving subsonic as well as traditional sniper rifle roles.
Designed with extensive input from elite military teams.
The infinitely adjustable buttstock will fit any operator, regardless of height, build, bulk of clothing, or shooting position. A tactile safety button can be operated without moving your trigger finger. Index marks allow repeatable stock adjustments and an Anschutz® match trigger adjusts for weight and length of pull.
Applicable NFA rules apply regarding SBR and suppressor.
Found on McMillian’s website
This rifle is on my Christmas list this year. Who doesn’t want a “stubby” (short barreled) precision rifle with suppressor and small carry case?
Granted my purposes for this rifle is just to say I own it and have a “stubby” I can take out to the range with the GEARS crew.
Since yesterday was 9/11 I did not post a video but I was sent this from [HoWto*Rat-a-tap-tap] I am sure Atticus has seen this since the AAC blog is one of his daily reads but here are some pictures.
You can read more on the armory at Dragoncon 2012 at AAC’s site
found this over with our friend Ray from his site Armory Blog
This was a GREAT event held in Dallas. if you didn’t get the chance to make it out this year get ready because they are planning on having another one next year.
Awesome guns and suppressors and all around great people.
It was a great chance to get out and meet quite a few of out readers