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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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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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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ARMS S.I.R

An SBR (Short Barreled Rifle) with the ARMS S.I.R rail system. Back when they were released a decade ago the S.I.R was considered a top of the line handguard. By today’s standards it is seen as being too heavy, bulky and offering little rail space. You’ll notice it’s a stepped rail instead of  being continuous. It does offer a distinct appearance but there are better options out there nowadays. (GRH)

Having owned a Barrett M468 upper, it came standard with an ARMS S.I.R, albeit an extended one. Aesthetically pleasing as it was, it wasn’t pleasant to hold due to its bulk.

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DRD Tactical G762

For those unfamiliar with DRD Tactical, they are the ones who responsible for the Paratus. The G762 follows along those lines, being a 7.62x51mm take-down rifle. It’s distinguishing feature however is that it uses the cheap and available H&K G3 magazine. MSRP on the G762 is around $3,250.00, which is roughly a littler over half the cost of the Paratus. (GRH)

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