Benelli Vinci

More of a sporting and hunting shotgun rather than tactical, the Vinci is touted by Benelli as their fastest shooting, softest recoil and most reliable shotgun of their lineup. Chambers 2 3/4” and 3” shells, the tube can come in different lengths to hold 5+1, 7+1 or aftermarket 9+1. I’m not sure if its because of the inertia system in the shotgun but having seen one at the range, this shotgun is surprisingly fast.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)

Metro 2033

In 2013 the world was devastated by an apocalyptic event, annihilating almost all mankind and turning the earth’s surface into a poisonous wasteland. A handful of survivors took refuge in the depths of the Moscow underground, and human civilization entered a new dark age.

The year is 2033. An entire generation has been born and raised underground, and their besieged Metro Station-Cities struggle for survival, with each other, and the mutant horrors that await outside.

(Source: dreadfulnecrosis)


Custom Remington 870
A rather tactical setup for a classic shotgun. It has the Sage R870 collapsible stock. Kind of weird, if not futuristic looking for a shotgun stock. Note the Knights Armament shotgun rail.

Custom Remington 870

A rather tactical setup for a classic shotgun. It has the Sage R870 collapsible stock. Kind of weird, if not futuristic looking for a shotgun stock. Note the Knights Armament shotgun rail.

(Source: gunrunnerhell, via weaponsobssesed)


Miller Bros. Blades - M-2 Tactical Short Sword

Miller Bros. Blades - M-2 Tactical Short Sword

(Source: gunrunnerhell)


SKS 
More of a focus on the receiver, stripper clips and the stock. A professionally refinished SKS, though it’s hard to tell what nation of origin without seeing the rest of the rifle. Refinishing an SKS doesn’t necessarily hurt the value unless it’s something rare like an Albanian or Vietnam bring-back. Personally I think cleaning up the original stock is a much better alternative that what happens to most of them, being dropped into Tapco “tacti-cool” plastic stock sets.

SKS 

More of a focus on the receiver, stripper clips and the stock. A professionally refinished SKS, though it’s hard to tell what nation of origin without seeing the rest of the rifle. Refinishing an SKS doesn’t necessarily hurt the value unless it’s something rare like an Albanian or Vietnam bring-back. Personally I think cleaning up the original stock is a much better alternative that what happens to most of them, being dropped into Tapco “tacti-cool” plastic stock sets.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)

Stop.

nuestrahermana:

take this moment to remember and acknowledge your own survival.

you’ve lived through many things and yet, you are here.

acknowledge and accept yourself for where you are (if possible.)

let us also remember those who didn’t survive

let us acknowledge & remember their strength and send them love.

let us acknowledge those of us who don’t feel strong, who don’t feel like survivors.

Acknowledge all of us; past, present, future.

(via tranqualizer)


Tavor SAR B-16
Seems the importation is a go. Firearm dealers/distributors are taking pre-orders for the Tavor SAR B-16, the semi-auto civilian version of the Tavor Tar-21 rifle. So far all of the MSRP’s is around $1,900+. Tempted to pre-order one…

Tavor SAR B-16

Seems the importation is a go. Firearm dealers/distributors are taking pre-orders for the Tavor SAR B-16, the semi-auto civilian version of the Tavor Tar-21 rifle. So far all of the MSRP’s is around $1,900+. Tempted to pre-order one…

(Source: gunrunnerhell)

Taurus Raging Judge

The biggest Judge in the Taurus lineup, it can fire .45 Long Colt, .410 Gauge Shotshell and .454 Casull. The ones pictured have the 6” barrel, this isn’t one gun but a pair with consecutive serial numbers. Generally a pair of firearms with consecutive serial numbers can be collectable to the right person. Note the grip on the Raging Judge. That red insert helps mitigate recoil in the shooter’s palm. All of the Raging series revolvers have that insert but colors differed based on model.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)


Camouflage
I think these are French soldiers doing mountain training, I can see the FAMAS. Really interesting how they blend in well. Most people think arctic or snow camouflage means a pure white setup.

Camouflage

I think these are French soldiers doing mountain training, I can see the FAMAS. Really interesting how they blend in well. Most people think arctic or snow camouflage means a pure white setup.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)


Colt New Agent
A very tiny, if not cute, compact 1911. It comes in the classic .45 ACP caliber but a 9mm version is available. Capacity is 7+1 on the .45 ACP and 8+1 on the 9mm. For concealed carry and self-defense, the 9mm will be easier to handle. A lot of people find the recoil of the .45 ACP from compact 1911’s to be uncomfortable. 

Colt New Agent

A very tiny, if not cute, compact 1911. It comes in the classic .45 ACP caliber but a 9mm version is available. Capacity is 7+1 on the .45 ACP and 8+1 on the 9mm. For concealed carry and self-defense, the 9mm will be easier to handle. A lot of people find the recoil of the .45 ACP from compact 1911’s to be uncomfortable. 

(Source: gunrunnerhell)


Bulgarian Makarov
Based on the original Russian design, the Makarov has been copied and adopted by many nations over the decades. This Bulgarian example is pictured with something very much sought after; a .22 LR conversion kit. Normally Makarovs use 9x18mm Makarov, not 9x19mm Parabellum. Though the kit lets you use cheap .22 LR for practice, like any semi-auto firearm in that caliber, they can be picky about what type of ammo is used.

Bulgarian Makarov

Based on the original Russian design, the Makarov has been copied and adopted by many nations over the decades. This Bulgarian example is pictured with something very much sought after; a .22 LR conversion kit. Normally Makarovs use 9x18mm Makarov, not 9x19mm Parabellum. Though the kit lets you use cheap .22 LR for practice, like any semi-auto firearm in that caliber, they can be picky about what type of ammo is used.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)

Robinson Armament VEPR II

The earlier VEPR models imported by Robinson Armament were mostly in a rifle configuration, rather than a neutered hunting/sporting style. The VEPR II has a 20” barrel, whereas the VEPR K had a 16” barrel. Their receivers have odd angled cuts which makes using standard AK furniture difficult. Note the distinct front sight. The rifle pictured is chambered in 5.56x45mm/.223, the angle of the magazines are a giveaway.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)

Kel-Tec PMR-30

A small polymer handgun with a 30 round magazine capacity. Chambered in .22 Magnum, it shares a lot of things in common with the Grendel P30. Both guns were designed by the same man. One major external difference is the addition of rails on the PMR-30, letting you add lights or lasers.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)

Micro-Uzi Pistol

A scaled down version of the the famous Uzi sub-machine gun, the Micro-Uzi Pistol is classified as a handgun. The moment you install a stock, you have to get the paperwork done to register it as an SBR (Short Barreled Rifle). It can use standard Uzi magazines, providing a lot of firepower but making it difficult to carry and conceal. Usually you’ll find them with the more compact 20 round magazines.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)


Morse Code
A more practical use of the mag well space on an AR-15 lower. This one has the morse code chart. Many of us will probably never use morse code…unless SHTF.
Source

Morse Code

A more practical use of the mag well space on an AR-15 lower. This one has the morse code chart. Many of us will probably never use morse code…unless SHTF.

Source

(Source: gunrunnerhell)