Jams

All firearms can experience some sort of malfunction but the cause can vary. Whether it be faulty ammo, damaged magazines, limp wristing, heavily fouled action, wrong gas setting, the possible reasons can be one or more of those things. Definitely takes the fun out of range days but even more important is the fact you never want a  malfunction to occur in a self defense situation. (GRH)

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HK P7M13

One of the last variants of the HK P7 pistols, the P7M13 upped the capacity to 13 rounds instead of the 8 found in a regular P7. It did have a couple notable differences; primarily the magazine release was moved from the heel up to the grip, and a polymer heatshield was added inside of the trigger guard. The low bore axis made the trigger guard area heat up after a couple mags, hence the need for the heat shield. (GRH)

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Leader 50 A1

This rather odd looking rifle is a semi-automatic 50 caliber bullpup. Uses a pistol grip safety and Serbu 10 shot magazines. The images show the current generation model minus the optics rail which will be added when they finally ship out. Note the size comparison to an AR-15 with a 20” barrel. Oleg Volk did a review on the original model and claimed that the Leader 50 has about as much recoil as a AR-15 in .223. You can read more on the Leader 50 and Volk’s review in the link below. MSRP seems to be around $6,900. (GRH)

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BALIOS-Lite

A billet upper and lower receiver set made by 2A-Armament. It emphasizes cutting down on weight; note that there is no forward assist. The upper and lower have “pocketed” lightening cuts throughout, giving it a unique appearance. The overall weight is 6.5 oz for the lower and 5.85 oz for the upper. Compared to a standard stripped AR-15 lower such as a Spikes Tactical that weighs 8.3 oz. Since they are billet, the price is a bit higher than run of the mill lowers; MSRP is about $260 for the lower, $220 for the upper. (GRH)

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Beowulf 50

A custom built AR-15 chambered in 50 Beowulf. The factory gas block from Alexander Arms tends to be a bit bulky, making it difficult to conceal under a longer handguard. Interesting but probably more practical choice that the owner is using a Mako GL-Shock Absorbing stock. Rather stylized lower receiver from Founding Fathers. (GRH)

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Mossberg 200K

A very odd 12 gauge shotgun that is magazine-fed. Only able to hold 2 shells, it lacks the practicality of capacity that most pump-action shotguns have. It’s receiver is more akin to a bolt-action shotgun that has been retooled as a pump. The 200K was supposedly made for only 1 year, making them rather difficult to find but they do not command any sort of high dollar collector value; at most they run about $200. (GRH)

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Rocky Mountain Arms KOMRADE

An AR-15 pistol painted in “Soviet Red”, it’s chambered unsurprisingly in 7.62x39mm. Supposedly this is #1 of 2 built as a prototype by Rocky Mountain Arms; according to the seller anyway. With a starting bid price of $2,000 and a reserve, this is a good example of just cause something is “rare” doesn’t mean its expensive. It lacks a lot of key qualities that would make it a valuable collector’s piece. (GRH)

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AMT Hardballer Longslide

Although highly sought after, the Hardballer series of 1911 variants had several issues with stainless steel galling. One way most owners address this issue having the gun hard chromed to prevent anymore galling. Another option, though less desirable, is to swap out the frame, but you tend to lose a lot of value doing so. (GRH)

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Zero Tolerance Knives - KE-ZT0777CF #0029

Carbon fiber and titanium make for a $3,000 knife…

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