L-R .300 Whisper, .223 Rem, .458 SOCOM Rock River Arms AR platform chambered in .458 SOCOM Specs Caliber: .458 SOCOMBarrel: 16” Chrome Moly Bull Barrel, 1:14 R TwistAction: Semi-Auto AR PlatformOverall Length: 36”Weight (empty): 7.6 poundsMagazine: Standard .223 AR-15 Mags SOCOM (Special Operations COMmand) contracted out for a new project which was brought on by a lack of power that the 5.56NATO cartridge has in the M4 and the M16.SOCOM set a number of specific requirements for this new weapons system such as that the round must fit the standard M4 – M16 Platform and standard magazine and be capable of firing heavy-for-caliber projectiles at subsonic velocity using suppressors. Marty ter Weeme, founder of Teppo Jutsu LLC. designed the cartridge in 2000 and Tony Rumore of Tromix, Inc was contracted to build the first .458 SOCOM rifle for use in February 2001. In the developments phases, there were various other … What you’re missing….
(This is a prototype of a rifle made by a BIG name manufacturer.)
I plan on writing about this bullet here soon. I learned about this round a few years back when a buddy of mine was planning on moving up to Colorado and we started talking about guns he showed this bullet and the gun he wanted so I think it is about time I wrote a little post about it.
I talked recently about the FN (Fabrique Nationale d’Herstal) FiveseveN pistol and how it was designed in conjunction with the FN P90 which uses the same 5.7x28mm round. Caliber : 5.7 x 28 mm Weight (empty): 5.5lbs Length: 19.7” Barrel length: 10.4” Cyclic rate of fire: 900 rpm Practical rate of fire: 50 – 150 rpm Magazine capacity: 50-30-10 round capacity Sighting range: 150 m Range of effective fire: 200 m The P90 uses a unique “Top mounted longitudinal magazine” (patented by Rene Predazzer in March 6th 1990.) to give the shooter a compact bullpup design without the added length of a magazine hanging down off the weapon. With the magazine mounted on top of the gun it allows the magazine to span over half the length of the gun to carry up a 50 round magazine. The weapon was designed for close quarters as a PDW and with police and military ability to fire body armor-piercing … What you’re missing….
Specs Caliber: 50 caliber Browning Machine Gun (BMG) Type: Single Shot Handgun Action: Scissor breach(swing-down breech)/separate cocking lever/separate case ejector Empty Weight: 12lbs Barrel Length:13.2″ Overall Length: 16.9″ Trigger pull: 1 to 12 lbs. – Factory set to specifications L-R .50 BMG – .45 auto Here is a pistol straight out of the “why-in-the-world” file I was sent a picture of this gun a about a month ago asking me if knew the thought process behind the need to have a .50 BMG pistol. So far the only reason I can see to have one is just to WOW everyone down at the range and have the biggest baddest pistol on the block. This pistol has a high efficiency muzzle brake and “Nitrogen recoil controller” (a shock absorber) so when firing this gun you don’t rip your arm off trying to contain the recoil of the .50 BMG. This … What you’re missing….
I posted Wednesday asking what this gun was while I was linking to internet movie firearms database where I found this gun under Tremors 2. I didn’t have any plan to talk much about this gun so I pulled the specs and here they are. Specs .50 caliber BMG Match grade or field grade chamber Single shot Bolt action Breech loading Bull pup design All steel construction 30.4 pounds total weight 45.5 inches overall length 36 inch x 1.5 inch barrel Rifling – 1 turn in 15 inches, right hand twist Thumb safety & bolt stop safety Over the past 20 years the .50 BMG has been becoming more and more used in semi auto and bolt action rifles along side its brother the machine gun because of its ballistic capabilities. As the years go on I believe we are going to see more and more .50 BMG and larger … What you’re missing….
Here is a strange looking pistol… see if you can name this gun
Have you ever asked what gun they are shooting in a movie? I found this site a few years back and have been using it ever since. It tells you what guns they use in TV shows, movies and video games Check it out Name this rifle (hint: it is a .50 BMG)
M&P45 – Mid-Size SpecsBarrel length 4.0” (Stainless Steel Barrel and Slide)Caliber: .45acpCapacity: 10+1Dimensions (Width x Height x Length): 1.2” x 5.5” x 7.5”Weight (Without magazine): 27.7 oz..Color: standard black or Dark Earth (color above)Frame: Medium (Polymer Frame)The pistol has a loaded chamber indicator viewing opening on top of the slide M&P .40c taken a part I haven’t spent much time with this gun aside from handling it at a gun show a year or so back. From what I have read on the reviews of this pistol is this is a reliable weapon. It has similar design features to the Glock such as the polymer frame and barrel design. I really don’t have much of a review on this pistol because I haven’t had much of a reason or a chance before to review. I am sure within the next 4 months I will have a real review to bring … What you’re missing….
I thought this was pretty awesome! It is a 12 gauge flash BANG shell This shell was developed as a stun/diversion round used for riots or in clearing a building for law enforcement. When fired this rounds makes a loud bang and a bright flash to stun someone, when fired, the concussion and explosive blast is directional and produces between 175-182 db. Testing showed no penetration in 10% ballistic gelatin at 8 feet. The round is similar to a diversionary grenade (a flash-bang) and designed to be aimed at the floor or ceiling at a 45 degree angle and never intentionally at a person or object.This round should to be used with screw in chokes.