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Various M1 Carbine Manuals / M1 Disassembly and Reassembly Guide
« on: September 27, 2012, 04:30:33 PM »
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Various M1 Carbine Manuals / U.S. Carbine, M1 War Dept Basic Field Manual
« on: September 27, 2012, 04:27:37 PM »
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Various M1 Carbine Manuals / Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine
« on: September 27, 2012, 04:23:44 PM »
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Various M1 Carbine Manuals / Second Generation Universal M1 Manual
« on: September 27, 2012, 04:22:05 PM »
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Various M1 Carbine Manuals / First Generation Universal M1 Manual
« on: September 27, 2012, 04:20:33 PM »
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General M1 Discussion / BCM 16" midlength lw barrel upper
« on: September 25, 2012, 05:16:44 PM »
Discussion of BCM 16" LW Middy AR. o spend money on something they did not want or need.

The rifle weighs in at just over 5LBS

Specs here:

BCMGUNFIGHTER? Mod 4 Charging Handle
Mid Length Gas System
M4 Feed Ramp Barrel Extension
M4 Feed Ramp Flat Top Receiver
T-Marked Upper Receivers
USGI 5.56mm NATO Chambers
Independently Certified Mil-Spec 11595E Barrel Steel
Chrome Lined Bore and Chamber
Manganese Phosphate Barrel Finish on entire barrel
Mil-Spec F-Marked Forged Front Sights
Taper Pinned Front Sight Base
USGI LW Profile Barrel
HPT (High Pressure Test, per Milspec) Barrels
MPI (Magnetic Particle Inspected, per Milspec) Barrels
Bolt machined from Mil-Spec Carpenter No. 158? steel
HPT Bolt (High Pressure Tested/ Proof)
MPI Bolt (Magnetic Particle Inspected)
Shot Peened Bolt
Chrome Lined Carrier (AUTO)
Chrome Lined Gas Key
Gas Key Hardened to USGI Specifications
Grade 8 Hardened Fasteners Key
Staked Per Mil-Spec
Tool Steel Extractor
BCM? Extractor Spring
Black Extractor Insert
Receivers Machined from Aluminum Forgings 7075-T6
Receivers Hardcoat Anodize per MIL-A-8625F, Type III, Class 2
BCM? Milspec 7075-T6 Receiver Extension
USGI Mold M4 Stock Staked M4 Lock Nut
USGI H Buffer (1 USGI Tungsten, 2 Steel)
Magpul MOE Enhanced Trigger Guard
Low Shelf for RDIAS installation
Low Shelf for Accuwedge use
Un-notched Hammer compatible with 9mm use
Fire Controls marked SAFE and SEMI

General M1 Discussion / Bushmaster M4
« on: September 23, 2012, 09:50:48 PM »
A custom bushmaster bad ass!

General M1 Discussion / Colt M4
« on: September 23, 2012, 09:47:50 PM »
A cool Colt M4 

General M1 Discussion / M1 Carbine to the M4 Carbine
« on: September 23, 2012, 09:38:48 PM »
The evolution of the M1 Carbine to the M4 Carbine: 

General M1 Discussion / Differences between MP5 and M4
« on: September 23, 2012, 09:29:32 PM »
There are also several major differences between these 2 systems, caliber and size being the main ones. 

M5 is a 9 mil and the M4 of course .223 or 5.56 calibers.

M5 has as 5.7 in barrel M4 has a 14.5 in stock barrel.

Both are very flexible (optics, lights, special purpose launchers, etc).

General M1 Discussion / MP5 or M4
« on: September 23, 2012, 09:19:23 PM »
The MP-5 fires a pistol cartridge through a shorter barrel.

The M-4 fires a rifle cartridge through a longer barrel.

In MOUT - military operations on urban terrain - you can encounter adversaries at 5 feet, 50 feet, or 100+ yards.

Next time you are walking through an urban area observe the various engagement distances you plausibly could encounter. Not merely on one plane, but also from the tops of parking structures, or across parking lots, or within malls or office complexes.

If adversaries engage you at 100+ yards using rifles and you are shooting a shotgun or pistol ammunition through a short barreled submachinegun, there are some who may conclude you are at a disadvantage.

A short carbine firing a rifle cartridge that is accurate out to 200 yards or more may very well be more useful against a broader range of potential target/distances than a submachinegun firing a pistol cartridge; at least for military operations on urban terrain.


Compact chest harness with (6) internal M4 magazine slots.

Made in the USA

? Frees up the front PALS webbing to allow for the attachment of more Magazine/gear pouches or allows you to attain a lower profile when needing to go prone.

? Magazines securely held in place by hook and loop, w/pull tab for quick access.

? Center split design utilizes a Velcro?/snap closure for quick removal without giving up any attachment real estate.

BLoCS: Battle Load Carry System
Designed in conjunction with the Army?s most elite units, BLoCS was constructed with durability, high mobility and versatility in mind. BLoCS is a universal system that can be figured out to suit any special operations mission. From direct action to vehicle patrols, even rural/ long range operations. BLoCS can be modified to suit the individual soldier?s preference or specific situation by simply adding or removing pouches. Our tactical pouch line utilizes 500 denier Cordura. All of our pouches are constructed from this material because we have found it to be approximately 40% lighter than the 1000 denier, yet suffering only a 10% reduction in durability. All items in our BLoCS line utilize S.O.TECH's Flex-Tab(patent pending). Flex Tab is a simple, safe, and strong system that integrates 100% with all current issue PALS packs, pouches and vests. In addition, it allows for a faster and stronger pouch attachment than other designs. And with our products, they come with a lifetime warranty.

Q & A / A cool m4 tactical pack
« on: September 21, 2012, 08:56:37 AM »
The 5.11 Tactical COVRT M4 Pack: 

Q & A / M4 Shoulder Strap
« on: September 21, 2012, 08:50:38 AM »
Good product:

1. BlackHawk 2 inch Sling Shoulder Strap Black 70SS00BK Product Info

BlackHawk 2 inch Sling Shoulder Strap Black.  BlackHawk Combat Slings.

It has a fully adjustable two inch wide sling which uses heavy-duty metal snap hooks for attaching to all bags and weapons. All hardware is black. Wt: 6 oz.

Guns and Ammo / Discussion of removing lead in hunting ammunition
« on: September 21, 2012, 08:46:22 AM »
Millions of birds and other animals die from lead hunting ammunition each year ? not from being shot but from eating fragments of ammunition left behind by hunters. It?s a wildlife epidemic that?s entirely preventable. That?s why on Monday, the Center for Biological Diversity pulled together more than 140 other groups to petition the Environmental Protection Agency to finally get the lead out of hunting ammunition in favor of readily available, nontoxic alternatives.

?The unnecessary poisoning of eagles, condors and other wildlife is a national tragedy that the EPA can easily put an end to,? said Jeff Miller with the Center for Biological Diversity. ?There are safe, available alternatives to lead ammo for all hunting and shooting sports, so there?s no reason for this poisoning to go on. Getting the lead out for wildlife is in line with traditional American conservation, hunting and fishing values.?

Each year, 3,000 tons of lead are shot into the environment by hunters because the EPA has refused to regulate toxic lead hunting ammunition. That lead poisons bald eagles, severely endangered condors and majestic trumpeter swans, which die painful deaths. Hunting with lead ammo also risks the health of humans (especially children) when they ingest tiny lead fragments in shot game.

It doesn?t have to be this way. There are many commercially available alternatives to lead rifle bullets and shotgun pellets. More than a dozen manufacturers market hundreds of varieties and calibers of nonlead bullets and shot made of steel, copper and alloys of other metals, with satisfactory to superior ballistics. Nonlead bullets are readily available in all 50 states. Hunters in states and areas that already have lead restrictions or have banned lead have made successful transitions to hunting with nontoxic bullets.

?We wisely removed lead from gasoline and paint because of the dangers of lead poisoning, and now it?s time to do the same for hunting ammunition. Future generations will thank us,? Miller said.

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