Firearms are interesting tools, I love taking apart my guns to see what makes them go boom. Just like in Part I, here’s a look inside some of the world’s most popular firearms as they’re put through an x-ray.
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The Abrams tank is the most advanced battle tank in the world, but there is always room to improve. It has been rumored that the Army has been working on developing a lighter 60-ton Abrams tank to replace the current M1A2 Abrams. This can be for various reasons from increased speed and maneuverability to better fuel consumption.
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The M1 Garand is one of the best battle rifles ever invented, just ask General Patton, but there hasn’t been a good way to mount any sort of optics or scopes to it. Well Ultimak has changed that with their new optic mount for the venerable M1 Garand.
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This makes me want to buy some cool Magpul tactical accessories for my AR-15.
It’s no secret China has beefing up their military big time in the past few years, it looks like they have now added a new stealth fighter to their arsenal. Their new Chengdu J-20 stealth fighter appears to resemble the American F-22 fighter in shape, but how well does it perform? The secret J-20 stealth fighter was recently featured in Aviation Week, it is said to be 70-feet long and is equipped with Russian 117S engines with vectoring abilities and is capable of 32,000 pounds of thrust.
[Source: Aviation Week]
Have a couple grenades laying around that you don’t know what to do with? Why not make em into oil lamps, they’re perfect in case the lights go out!
Learn how to make your own here.
We’re fans of The Walking Dead here at Armory Blog, who isn’t looking forward to the zombie apocalypse? Well if you’re a fan of zombies and guns then these cool new Walking Dead zombie target prints are a must. These limited-edition target inspired posters were designed by Jordan Crane and hand-printed by Jordan Rae. Each of the four prints available were illustrated by a different artist: Lisa Hanawalt, Jon Vermilyea, Johnny Ryan and Crane.
They were inspired by range shooting targets, but we don’t suggest you actually shoot them as each run is limited to just 100 copies, and they’re not cheap. Each of the prints are signed by both Kirkman and the artist, prints go for $40 or a set of four for $150.
For more info check them out here.