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Theodore Roosevelt’s Custom Suppressed 1894 Winchester



Theodore Roosevelt was quite the man, he’s definitely one of my favorite US presidents and historical figures. He was a man’s man, a hunter, gun collector, soldier and overall a bad ass. Guns.com recently posted about President Roosevelt’s custom Winchester at an upcoming exhibit dedicated to Teddy Roosevelt at the National Firearms Museum. Roosevelt called the above Winchester Model 1894 “Little .30”, it was chambered in the then new .30-.30 Winchester cartridge and had a Maxim silencer attached to a threaded barrel. Teddy definetly had good taste. Read more about it at Guns.com.

ShotLock Solo-Vault Shotgun Mount On Sale At Costco



Here’s a great option for those who use their shotgun for home defense and want a quick way to access them but still keep it secured. Costco has the ShotLock Solo-Vault on sale for $99 shipped until May 27th, 2012. Check them out HERE.

Full-Auto Silenced 300 Blackout



I’m officially jealous, check out the video of a full-auto M16 lower + a 300 AAC Blackout Upper along with a AAC 762-SD silencer in action to find out why.

Tactical bolt-action pens



In case your arsenal of tactical goodies isn’t complete, maybe this tactical bolt-action pen will round out your collection. They’re available in both Tactical Black and in Tactical Titanium, they’re made of aluminum and are CNC-Milled down to a .45 cal diameter, because pens any smaller than .45 just won’t do. Amirite guys?

Check it out in action below

Handgun vs Shotgun For Home Defense


Picking what kind of gun to use for home defense can be debated from now into eternity. For some a handgun makes sense, while others may prefer a shotgun or even a rifle. It all depends on your situation, your home and its layout, whether you have children in the house and so forth.

Personally I’m a fan of using a handgun for self-defense, but I can see the case for a trusty pump-action shotgun in the right circumstances. But what do I know? I’m just a lowly gun blogger and enthusiast. However I stumbled upon a recent interview of Chris Costa over at Rem870.com where he talks about his gun of choice for home defense.


“My home defense gun is a handgun”

Girls Shooting Shotguns



I actually see this happen to a lot of guys too. Proper shooting stance will take a lot of the kick out of it however. Whenever I take someone new to shooting to the range I always let them fire off a few rounds from my Mossberg 590 just to see the look on their faces afterwards. The slow motion actually puts a lot of perspective on how powerful shotguns really are.


Zombie X Chainsaw Going Into Production



Remeber the Zombie X Chainsaw attachment we posted about back in January from the 2012 SHOT SHOW? Well we just got word that it is actually going into production and should be available for purchase shortly. The Zombie X Chainsaw was debuted at the Double Star booth at the 2012 SHOT Show, and due to the overwhelming interest it created the Zombie X Chainsaw will actually come to market.

The Zombie X Chainsaw was designed and fabricated by Bob Weir of Double Star. The new Zombie X Chainsaw will not be produced by Double Star however, instead it will be produced by Panacea X, a new firearms accessories maker formed to bring the Zombie X Chainsaw to market. Stay tuned for more news as we get it.

Full-Auto Shotgun From SRM Arms



SRM Arms posted a sneak peak video of their new full-auto shotgun that appears to be based off their SRM 1216 shotgun. Check it out below.

New Magpul Maglink Magazine Coupler




Magpul recently released their new Maglink Coupler designed to work with their PMAG 30 and PMAG 30 M3 Magazines. They retail for $17.95 and should be available from Magpul dealers shortly. They’re made here in the USA and are going to available only in black. Check them out at Magpul.com.

Milwaukee and DeWalt AR-15s




To some guns are just a tool, something used on to get the job done. And just like other tools, a few major tool makers have started to produce guns to round out their tool product lineup.

Or have they? Althought the DeWalt and Milwaukee AR-15 rifles above look pretty darn real, and cool, they’re actually made by a gun enthusiasts who probably also has a garage full of power tools. But how cool would it be to be able to buy guns at your local Sears or Lowes?

[Source: thegunsman and also thegunsman]


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