Showing posts with label AR-15. Show all posts
Showing posts with label AR-15. Show all posts

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Magazine Clip

I totally stole the title of the post from here. And I may have even LOL'd at the "Yo dog, I heard you like magazines" comment.

What's all the fuss about? This...

Via SayUncle

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Wired's Ghost Gun

I Made an Untraceable AR-15 ‘Ghost Gun’ in My Office—And It Was Easy:
"I looked down at the fully built rifle and something in my brain shifted. I realized that the abstracted parts I’d been fiddling with had turned into an object capable of killing someone. My lower receiver had transformed from a “gun” in a legal sense to a “gun” in a very practical sense."
Abstracted parts... an object capable of killing someone... that could be said of many things. I'm not sure why guns seem to have some magical power that makes them so different from other tools - from hammers to cars - that can be used to hurt or kill someone.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Juentai JT-6188: Forum

I'm getting a lot of my info on the Juentai JT-6188 (aka QYT KT8900) from the posts on the AR-15 Ham Radio forum, so this is a note to acknowledge the work those guys are doing.

Thanks folks!

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Ares Armor Polymer 80% Lower

Ares Armor Polymer 80% Lower - solid core and no index marks, but it has a jig! $90 for one and prices drop if you buy in volume.
"You can build this ar15 receiver at home using tools from the garage. Polymer 80% AR-15 Lower receivers are the easiest way to build a rifle kit at home. No need to go to a machine shop. Support and exercise your 2nd Amendment today. The following are included in your kit purchase. 
Polymer Lower Receiver:  Features a solid core design, stiffened magwell and beefier buffer tube housing. The pistol grip area features a unique no-thread design specific to these lowers. 
The Polymer Jig:  This kit comes with a Jig; which includes all of the bits and end-mills needed to complete the polymer 80% receiver. Finish your AR15 Polymer lower with pride and accuracy provided by this one-time use jig." 
Made in America.  

NOTICE TO BATFE GOONS AND JACKBOOTED THUGS: This Product not only complies with the GCA of 1968 but also complies with your arbitrarily and capriciously moved goal post and your unlawful attempts to create law. It is Solid Core and has no Indexing Marks. I DO BITE MY THUMB AT YOU, SIR! I DO BITE MY THUMB AT YOU!"

Monday, January 27, 2014

Friday, July 5, 2013

Made in the USA

You got your box. I got mine - a lower parts kit and 10 more magazines. So I officially can only load half of my magazines - for rifles that aren't even fully built yet. Doh.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Legos vs. AR-15 vs. Weed

Twitter has been hot with a) people tweeting about getting new AR-15 rifles for Christmas and b) those who are less than pleased with the gift of a gun.

In those posts, someone points out how horrible it is that more people got an AR than got Legos. But then again, more people got weed than rifles.