Jerry’s at it again, this time he goes rapter hunting with the iconic SPAS-12 shotgun from Jurassic Park. In case you were wondering what kind of lever-action rifle Chris Pratt used in Jurassic World find out here.
Looking for a Glock 42 in Flat Dark Earth? Well they’ll be available from firearms distributor Lipsey’s.
Baton Rouge, LA — Lipsey’s, nationally renowned firearms distributor, has added the much anticipated Flat Dark Earth version of the Glock 42 to their robust line of FDE Glocks.
The new Lipsey’s Exclusive Glock 42 adds another excellent option to the growing family of FDE pistols which now spans 33 models including two-tone and full Flat Dark Earth.
Lipsey’s Product Development Manager, Jason Cloessner, has been working with Glock for several months on adding Lipsey’s signature FDE to one of the most popular .380 ACP’s on the market. “The FDE line of Glocks have firmly entrenched themselves as a mainstream item. The Glock 42 was a natural follow-up to what has become one of our most in-demand exclusive offerings.“
All of Lipsey’s Exclusive Flat Dark Earth Glocks are molded in the FDE color at the Glock factory. This molding method provides greater color durability that prevents chipping, peeling and better wear resistance as opposed to some offerings that feature aftermarket coatings applied to the frames.
Located in Baton Rouge, Lipsey’s was originally formed as a wholesale hunting and fishing distributor in 1953. Today it is one of the nation’s most prominent wholesale firearms distributors. The company, which sells exclusively to federally licensed dealers, has received a number of awards and accolades for its industry leadership. Moreover, Lipsey’s is recognized for its dedicated team, excellent relationships with customers and top firearms manufacturers, and exclusive product offerings.
If you just saw the new movie Jurassic World I’m sure you’re wondering, what lever action rifle was Chris Pratt using the movie? I was wondering the same thing as soon as I saw it on screen. It’s a pretty sweet looking rifle, I’ve always had a thing for lever actions.
Well apparently it’s a Marlin Model 1895SBL chambered in .45-70 Government per IMFDB. Just like with the SPAS 12 shotgun from the original Jurassic Park movie the Marlin 1895 lever action is sure to be an iconic gun from the franchise.
You really can find almost anything on Amazon, except lasers and some gun parts. Check out this full-size Iron Man Hulkbuster statue from the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie. It weights in at just 1455 lbs and is selling for just $21,000 and $731.99 for shipping. Too bad it’s not available for Amazon Prime shipping or I might actually consider it. Check it out over at Amazon.
Bad news for gun enthusiast who are Amazon shoppers, they recently announced that they’re banning the sale of lasers on their site.
That means weapons lasers like those from Crimson Trace or bore sighters might not be available anymore. Currently there’s still weapons lasers available but they may be removed next month.
Osage County Guns posted the letter they got from Amazon on their site.
Amazon strives to provide the best possible experience for customers. As part of our ongoing efforts, we implemented listing restrictions for laser-pointer products listed by ASIN below.
As noted in previous email communications that you received, you can no longer list any of the below ASINs on Amazon.com, and your listings for these products have been removed. There is no adverse impact on your seller account for the removal, but we request that you refrain from relisting removed products.
We will not accept inbound shipments of the affected ASINs to FBA. If you still have remaining inventory of these ASINs already in Amazon fulfillment centers, you can take action on the remaining inventory until June 25, 2015.
Please create a Removal Order for return or disposal of these units by June 25, 2015. Each Removal Order generates a “FBA Return Fee” or “FBA Disposal Fee” that appears in your Seller Central account. If you choose to dispose of this inventory, we will reimburse you the “FBA Disposal Fee” for the aforementioned FBA inventory if the Removal Order is created before June 25, 2015. After June 25, 2015, you will be charged standard disposal fees that will not be reimbursed.
Once you are reimbursed for the disposal fee, your reimbursement amount will appear in your Payments Report; to find this report, click the Reports tab in Seller Central, then Payments. The reimbursement amount will appear as “Other” in the Refunds section.
If you choose to have the inventory returned to you, you are responsible for paying the “FBA Return Fee” for Removal Orders created in this time frame. This will not be reimbursed.
If you do not submit a Removal Order for impacted inventory by June 25, 2015, we will dispose of this inventory in accordance with the Amazon Services Business Solutions Agreement.
I’m shopping for a new muzzle brake and was considering giving the Lantac Dragon Muzzle Brake a try. I stumbled upon a few good review videos during my search, check em out below. Has anyone else tried the Lantac Dragon Muzzle Brake yet? From the videos it looks pretty effective, it’s not an inexpensive muzzle brake however at $120 shipped on Amazon.
I recently stumbled upon Chris Cheng’s new site The Second Scoop where Chris talks about guns and Second Amendment news for the week. If you don’t know who Chris Cheng is he was the season 4 Top Shot champ and is a big defender of our right to bear arms. Check out The Second Scoop over at 2ascoop.com.
The 1911 is the quintessential American handgun. The original design is over 100 years old and is still going strong. When John Moses Browning designed the 1911 there were no pistol lights or Picatinny rails however. If you wanted to light up what you were aiming at you held a flash light in the other hand. These days most handguns include tactical rails up front to mount lasers or pistol lights. What if you have an older styled 1911 that doesn’t have a rail? Well the folks at Recover Tactical have the solution with their CC3 1911 Grip & Rail System.
Check out this awesome video from Larry Vickers showing slow motion footage of the internals of a full-auto AK-74.
This amazing story of an Aimpoint PRO red dot was posted over at Recoil recently. It really shows just how durable Aimpoint’s products are.
“I lost pretty much everything,” he says.
Aside from all his family’s other possessions, he lost three firearms in the blaze. But, he reports his Aimpoint PRO mounted on a Spikes lower/BCM-EAG lightweight upper frankenrifle somehow survived the fire. That’s it in the inset photo of his rifle above, red dot glowing defiantly. Aimpoint found out about it and already swapped it for a brand new optic and with a plan to display the survivor in its museum.
“Here’s a picture of my AR after it was recovered from my house fire after being exposed to the elements for over a month in late February to mid March,” said Riddell. “The rifle was at the core of the fire.”
He said the rifle sat in the water and ice leftover from the firefighters, exposed to the outside in sub zero Wisconsin winter. Weeks later, Riddell was allowed to look through the wreckage after the fire investigation was complete. He found his melted pile of a rifle covered in ice, rust, ash and mud in the debris. The polymer rifle case it was stored in had fused to sections of the rifle, as well. He pried open the eyepiece cover on the PRO and turned the knob. And, it lit up.
“Had I been willing to trust firing the gun,” said Riddell, ” I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if it held zero.”