Like many of you I follow lots of YouTube gun channels, I thought this was pretty good.
Well it looks like there’s finally a 10 round magazine available for the Mosin Nagant rifle. Well there is the 10 round mag from ProMag but you have to use it with the Archangel Stock, but now there’s one from Rifle Mods which extends the factory 5 round mag without any special stock or mods required. Check it out in action in the video below. For info and to purchase one email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m not sure on pricing, I’ll update this post after I find out, stay tuned!
SilencerCo just released their new MAAD Muzzle Brake, it’s 50-state legal and accepts all of SilencerCo’s Saker accessories. It’s available in 5.56/.223 (1/2×28) as well as 7.62 (5/8×24). The kit includes four parts: a MAAD Brake, MAAD Mount, Flat Front Cap, and a SilencerCo muzzle device (either their Trifecta Flash Hider or Trifecta Muzzle Brake). The flash hider is not legal in California however. From what I could gather the MAAD Brake is essentially a brake shield which quickly attaches and detaches over a Trifecta flash hider or brake, similar to the Ferfrans CQB Modular Muzzle Brake but with a much larger fireball. The new SilencerCo MAAD retails for $295 over at SilencerCo.com. Check it out in action below.
Remember the Maglite suppressor from The Walking Dead a few years back? Well it looks like someone actually made the adapter to attach a Maglite to your threaded barrel. Now just threading a Maglite to your gun won’t turn it into a suppressor without adding any baffling. But it would look cool if you’re trying to build accessories for a Walking Dead cosplay or something.
Check them out online over at Amazon.com.
I love the M1 Carbine, it’s light, accurate and packs a decent punch. One of my dream guns is the brother to the M1, the select-fire M2 Carbine. If you’re a fan of the M1 and M1 Carbines you’ll get a kick out of the video above produced by the U.S. War Department in 1945. They even compare it to the 8mm Japanese Type 100 submachine gun.
Looks like France is finally working on replacing their FAMAS rifles. They’re looking to acquire 90,000 rifles chambered in 5.56mm x 45 NATO from a foreign producer as they no longer have the production capacity to produce them in country. So far on the list of potential replacement list are the FN Herstal FN SCAR-L, the Thales Australia F90, the German Heckler & Koch HK416A5, the Italian Beretta ARX160, and the Czech CZ 805 BREN. Read more on their search for a new assault rifle over at Janes.com.
If you could choose a replacement what would you pick?
In the market for some sweet valve stem covers? Check out this Kickstarter to fund these valve stem covers made out of spent .40 S&W casings.
The folks at Texas Precision Products released an interesting muzzle brake for the Mosin Nagant 91/30. Made of 6061 T-6 aircraft-grade aluminum and weighting in a just 3.5 ounces their new brake reduces muzzle rise as well as recoil up to 45%. No gunsmithing is required to install it, just twist on behind the front sight. It also includes a set-screw to prevent it from coming loose. They don’t work the Chinese model Type 53 Mosin Nagant rifles however. They’re made in Texas and retail for $69.95.
They’ve available online at Amazon as well.
Check them out in action below:
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