RPK-74M

Long delayed post of my RPK-74M build. Started off as an unissued parts kit which I sent off to be assembled. It is not in the standard configuration of a normal RPK-74M. 

Don’t mind the Magpul AFG; got it today for my Shrike just to see how it feels. Figured I’d see how it fits onto the railed Vepr 12 handguard. I’ll do a proper post on the build details and parts soon. (GRH)

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Annex

Armed men in military fatigues stood guard Monday outside a regional administration building they seized in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk. (Genya Savilov AFP/Getty Images)

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Reading Rockets

Pardon the slow posting day. I have yet to finish my final assignment which is a grant proposal for a mental health program initiative. A few months ago I remember doing a post about how a little more school isn’t always a bad thing. I take it back.

Anyway, this torture like assignment has inspired me; suffering and pain always seem like a good way to get the creative juices, among other things, flowing.

But first of all, I mentioned the next giveaway would be an AK package but then I realized I wanted to be a bit more inclusive. Some of you can’t own AK’s or a standard configured AK depending on your state.

I was thinking of maybe making the prize a surplus, inert, demilled, (meaning it can’t be fired), RPG-7. Something neat to hang in your room or whatever. I’ll think about it over the summer because I still want another 50 cal for Christmas this year and that would cut deep into funds.

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As for the contest, I’ve been doing so much typing with my papers I figure I’d pass along the “joy”. The first giveaway required designing a logo, something that I understand some of you can’t do simply because you lack the graphic design experience.

This time around, I’ll probably be looking for a story. A couple pages or so; it better be damn good if its one page but also don’t send me a 25 page novella. What will it be on? I don’t know yet. Again I’ll think it over during the summer while I’m in Canada for a few weeks.

So, not a bad trade don’t you think? Write me a story, submit it, and you could win your own displayable RPG-7 (or AK…I don’t know yet). Like with the previous giveaway, its not set in stone. Things could happen so don’t go thinking its a done deal.

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Takeover

Armed pro-Russian activists occupying the police station in the eastern Ukraine town of Slovyansk carry riot shields on Saturday, April 12, 2014. Pro-Moscow protesters have seized a number of government buildings in the east over the past week, undermining the authority of the interim government in the capital, Kiev. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky

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Beowulf

The 50 Beowulf cartridge will fit into most standard AR-15 steel or polymer magazines. However, getting them to feed properly is a different issues. There are Beowulf owners who have reported having to modify their mags, while others have had no issues at all. Alexander Arms sells magazines for their Beowulf rifle but they haven’t been reliable either, with some owners thinking AA is just marking cheap mags with their logo. (GRH)

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Battle Blades Wolf Hawk

These knives come with a picatinny rail attachment so basically it will mount to any sort of handguard with a rail. They do come in different styles, such as solid grip handles or paracord wrapped handles. Two blade profiles are also offered; “Hunter” and “Tanto”. MSRP is about $140.00, but is it practical? Just depends on the individual and their needs. (GRH)

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Hawk MM-1

It’s full name is the Hawk MM-1 Portable Multi-Round Projectile Launcher. Normally these are 40mm, but this one is a 37mm, avoiding the Destructive Device classification. This means this is not considered a firearm and can be bought like any regular flare launcher, pending your own local states laws. Capacity of 12 rounds, it is based on an older design. The MM-1 is most famously remembered for its use in Terminator 2: Judgement Day, but it has more recently appeared in Call of Duty Black Ops 2. (GRH)

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Ballista Tactical Nautilus Rotating Rail

An interesting handguard option for the AR-15 platform. Some have called it the “Rubix Cube” rail because you basically twist and turn the rail sections and you can move an accessory in place or out of place for different roles. Supposedly it maintains zero even after rotating an optic around. It has been met with harsh criticism by many in the AR community because of its “mall-ninja” appearance and the more viable reason that it can create a front heavy rifle if too many accessories are added. (GRH)

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