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Magpul Hunter X-22 Takedown Stock Now Available

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Magpul just released their Hunter X-22 stocks for the popular Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle. It’s made out of reinforced polymer and features an ergonomic grip, multiple sling mounting options and an adjustable length of pull and comb height. It retails for $149.95 over at Magpul.com.

MTM Tactical Mag Cans for 223/5.56 Magazines

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Loading magazines at the range can be a pain, especially if you’re sending a lot of ammo downrange that day. Most people like to preload their magazines at home, but how do you transport all those loaded mags? Sure you can toss em in a bag but then they can get banged around. Well the folks at MTM have come up with a pretty cool solution. Their Tactical Mag Can can hold 15 223/5.56 type magazines. If you can insert unloaded or loaded mags into the precut foam padding. The storage can is stackable and features a water-resistant O-ring seal for dry storage. It also has three padlock holes for added security.

The MTM Tactical Mag Cans go for just $17.49 with free shipping for Prime members.

Architek Fixed Clamp-On AR-15 Front Sight

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Check out this cool new clamp-on AR-15 front sight from Battle Arms Development called the Architek that looks very similar to an AK-47 front sight. Its lightweight and compact made for .750 diameter AR-15 barrels. It’s made out of machined 7075-T6 aluminum and the sight post is skeletonized to help reduce weight to just 1.3 ounces. Why would anyone need a clamp on front sight? The main benefit I see is for those who want to extent their sight radius as far as possible or for those who have low profile gas blocks.

The new Architek front sight retails for $89.99 and is available exclusively at Brownells.com

The Battle Arms AR-15 Fixed Clamp-On Front Sight was designed exclusively for Brownells to allow for the longest sight radius possible. No more settling for back up sights attached at the far end of the handguard or front sight bases permanently attached at the gas port. With the Fixed Front Sight, the user can place the assembly as close the muzzle as possible, with it solely in contact with the barrel. When shooting prone, even free float handguards will flex. If employing iron sights, any front sight attached to the handguard will be affected.

Machined from 7075 T6 aluminum & featuring a matte black anodized finish, this front sight will be as durable as the rifle you mount it on. The sight clamps onto the barrel via three 6-32×3/8” socket head screws for maximum clamping force. Lightening cuts ensure unnecessary weight is not added to the muzzle of your rifle. The front sight clamps to standard, government profile barrels, which are .750 at the gas block, or have similar profiles. Front sight will attach to outside diameters ranging from .735” to .750”. Removal of muzzle device will be necessary for installation.

Ka-Bar Tactical Spork and Hidden Knife

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Ever find yourself in a situation where you’re eating and you just wish you had utensils that were just a little more tactical? Well Ka-Bar has the answer! The new Ka-Bar Tactical Spork is made in America out of food and water approved Grilamid, it features a fork and spoon combo (spork) and a hidden serrated knife in the handle. The spork is 6.8″ long while the knife is 2.5″ long.

It sells for just under $7 with free shipping on Amazon.com.

Machine Gun Graveyard

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Check out this picture posted on TheFirearmBlog of a bunch of machine guns at a museum in California that were made inoperable. Sad. Almost as sad as this gun graveyard in Asia full of rusted WWII and Vietnam War era guns.

From TheFirearmBlog:

This photo was taken by me at the former Military Vehicle Technology Foundation (aka the Littlefield Collection) museum in Portola Valley, CA. All of the formerly full-automatic weapons you see before you were rendered inoperable in preparation for leaving the state. This included torching both the receiver and barrel. Most of what you see in the photo are M1919s and MG42s. A number of other weapons were chopped up as well.

The Bungee Holster

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I like minimalist style gear, as long as its well thought out and it works. I don’t think the bungee holster is either. The makers claim it’s the lowest profild and lightest weight profile on the market, because it’s just a piece of bungee cord. We tested another minimalist holster, the Versa Carry Holster, which suffers from the same downfall. That you can’t use either holster with a round in the chamber. The Versa Carry is a much better design however. If you want something even more simple than the Versa Carry then check out the Bungee Holster at BungeeHolster.com.

Deal Alert: Peltor Sport RangeGuard Electronic Hearing Protection

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Now here’s a great deal on some of the best electronic hearing protection on the market. The Peltor Sport RangeGuard Electronic Hearing Protector is currently on sale for just under $39 with free shipping on Amazon.

They usually retail for $55. These are the electronic ear muffs I use I’m really happy with them.

Silenced Enfield “Obrez”

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Check out this cut down Enfield rifle with a can on it. It’s similar in design to Obrez Mosin Nagants which where chopped for easy concealment. The “Obrez” Enfield above was actually posted on a Russian forum and reposted by Weaponsman.com, apparantly they were used on British armored fighting vehicles.

The barrel is threaded and uses a really big can, it kind of looks like the threaded tips for a DIY oil filter suppressor.

Deal Alert: Mission First Tactical BMS Minimalist Stock

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Here’s a great deal on a very popular lightweight stock, currently the Mission First Tactical BMS Minimalist Stock is going for just $39.00 with Free Shipping on Amazon. They usually retail for $59.99.

Check them out on Amazon.

PPSh AK-47

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Ever wonder what it would look like if the iconic Soviet era weapons the PPSh and the AK-47 had a baby? It would look like the rifle above, it was recently posted on TFB. I think it looks pretty cool.

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