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Posted by on Mar 05, 2017 .

I get a lot of questions by clients on difference between 6.5 Grendel Type I and Type II, so I've decided to jot down major points. The difference is in head spacing!

The original Grendel, and what we now call Type II 6.5 Grendel, was designed to be used with a Grendle bolt, or.136 head spacing.

The patent was never released and to avoid any legal litigations, Les Baer Custom had adjusted 6.5 Grendel design of the barrel to make it .125 head spacing. We are now call it Type I Grendel. LBC has .295 diameter neck while Grendel has .300 diameter neck.LBC has a straight taper in the throat while Grendel has a compound taper.

The beauty is, LBC...

Posted by on Jan 16, 2017 .

The AR-9 MM is surely a big gun. Big on all aspects: on its power and on its capability to inflict damage on a variety of targets. But it is also a handy carabine that fires like a pistol. It is indeed the best of both worlds. But don’t think it’s just a toy. Its reliability is proven by the fact that it is used by the police in various jurisdictions, which finds it suitable for use in training and as part of the standard equipment and can often be seen used in SWAT cars all over the country. 

It looks a little different from the other guns in its category. The magazine, for example, looks a bit like the Uzi. It is very easy...

Posted by on Jan 08, 2017 .

These rifles are characterized by their versatility, modularity and wide variety of configurations, so it’s no wonder that buyers might be overwhelmed by the range of choice. But with a couple of guidelines is not that hard to buy your AR and make a good choice on it.


Colt, Smith and Wesson are good mid ranged brands that promise to deliver a reliable piece of equipment. Try not to go for the cheapest of the rifles, as they must cut on something to make for the price difference, and thus making the weapon less reliable. As often is the case with weapon purchases, it would be better if you buy a new one, as it’s hard to...

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 .

What once seemed to be the privilege of only the richest Americans, and the most advanced of the militaries is not at your reach, in the comfort of your own home. Defending your family and property is as easy nowadays as baking cookies, provided, of course, that you have the right ingredients. It is the second amendment brought back to the 21st century. Now anyone can exercise their constitutional right to bear arms, independent from economic status.

                  With the new wave of e-commerce came the easiness of building articles yourself. You can buy a budget AR-15 kit for as low as $350, not including the lower.

Posted by on Nov 24, 2016 .

Shot show 2017 was an experience. Aside meeting with major suppliers, it opened the possibility to take a look at the upcoming market and see what it all entails. There are some serious brand-new eye-candy weapons coming to market this year. If you want to know what to look forward look at our picks for the next year. 2016 was the hottest year in history, but the gun world promises to deliver even hotter news. So, let’s start the count and get amazed by the newest technology.

1 – American Tactical semi-automatic Omni MAXX .410

The AR-pattern semi-automatic shotgun is probably coming to the stage in 2017 and promises to deliver...

Posted by on Nov 12, 2016 .

Posted by on Aug 27, 2016 .
The 9mm AR is having something of a renaissance these days. With its lower costs, lighter recoil and now more capable on-target performance, the 9mm is a force with which to be reckoned. So let's see why is it becoming such a boom!
1. Shootability: 9mm shoots more accurately. This is true at any distance. Shot placement is the most critical factor in stopping the threat, and the 9mm does nothing but enhance that ability.
2. More Guns: There are more 9mm pistols available than any other, that's why it's becoming number one choice for police officers. Agencies have more choices and officers can choose a pistol they like. Most major companies...

Posted by on Jun 12, 2016 .

I love my 308 builds! They are my babies! I can spot them a mile away, but then again, it is my business and I love what I do.

More often then not I get calls from my clients trying to figure out what type of lowers they have and what will fit their 308 lowers. While there are many manufacturers out there and I, by no means, know all of them, the confusion around the topic of what 308 lower will fit with what 308 upper receiver is immense! That's why I decided to share my thoughts around this subject with you - to make the life of my 308 guys easier.

In my opinion, there is one simple rule to remember - there are two types of 308...