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GUNS Magazine Combat Annual 2010

GUNS Magazine Combat Annual 2010

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I rn that "~II ittle war' ot 1 '9S,O to 11953 kn awn as the Korean Confl let, on s side was arm ed al~ most totally with Am e rtcan weapons. lih ose we re th e United INatilons forces. By my study the on Iy ICO U ntry ilrnvollved on that slid e that p rovid ed mhei Ir own arm s was

Great Britain. All others ~ Turkey" Francie, and so forth ~ p rovld ed s mall to ken com bat u nits and it was far easier to gl iva th e m Am erican weapons than end u re th e s U PIP,ly headaeh ethat would be caused by bri I1Ig i I1Ig th eli r own,

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from pis.to]s to tanks and nes, Then in the faU of 1950 wit the Chinese jnrervention the types. of firearms invelved became an

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bring with them the '!,i~~ s~ numbers of WorM w'ar II A~neric"l'iL,ul!d Jl.ap'lnese, weapons captured from the defell~ed N IltionaUst Chi nese, but they abo were buying WOI.·[d War Il weapon r>' f]i0]]l th~ Sov.ie·ls. That not only ]ndL!de~ RUl5S:lan made

arms, but 30180 much that had been captured from the Germans.

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Som.e infantry weapons on both sides steed head and shoolders aoow others in regard sto the esteem given them byt]le combar tro ops, For example,. a US M ariue Corps fif,e~eam was Midally composed of f01!u members, It was' centered ~pon iii mJARItLaI1, carrying the; 20p]us pound mJ.rowlIing A!utorna:t:ic Rifl.e. He had three assistants who carded extraammo for~hflt r~]1 autcmatic; plu$theiro'wn personal weapon!"). those were usually M 1 Garand :rifl~s. HO'We~r, be.l~ f~moos for th.ce .. ]:r .. scro ... ung.i.I1,~ ~b. ~ht.leS!.t~~)$ ~no.t.·. ~.ulCOm.mon fOi Marine fire OOam~ eo

have several BARs. In Wliy Marines Fight. by lame!") BnMly. one Marine Vele!HlrIL of Korea s1 .. idall four of his, fi.r.e team had BA Rs. The weapon was U1LIlt h~ldYl'egaI,ded.

Such commentsab o~t thei [infantry weapons have not beeu fcrthcomi Ilg from Chinese and Korean soldiers, at

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~east in books publ i shed iII! E[ilgHsh., However, there is a v.ety ]nteres:thlg comment in Tile Cokles, Wiru'er; by David Halberstam, ICs a q uote by Gefieud Ha) Moore, best known t.oday for ]].]8 V]ectnan'l War boek We Wer.e Soldiers Once And Young, w hkh was madei uto a movie starring Me] Gibson ti~]ed We Went So/diel'iY ..

Moore served as a C~~pt.ain commandi ng it US A noy com " , combat in Korea. He s"id~l'UJe .. designed [lP'sh4~ submaehi ne gun W~)S the most effective i I:! f~mtty weilp0l10Il either sidei n Korea" Partlythe "reason was its fast n'lte:of fire, Another reason for its effectiveness wasthe tactic by wh ieh il was used, En:tire eompanies of Chinesesoldiers were given those "burp guns;"so named because their fast rate of fire fio'unci,ed like one; oonti nuous belch. M''1l'ching side by side,a couple hund red men could hlY down such II, heavy blanket of tire with sudi submaehine guns U1Lited Nations sold iers simply could not raise U'UJeir headsto SJIOOt back.

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This t rend continued wit h the patrol rifle program, B'elypatl1~] offioer is issued alii AR· t5 sty]e rille ~lI1 5. :56mm and is required to pa ss a two day class and contiuue to pass qualiications to be aUov.red to depk~y with it.

The task of olatfiuiI1g each rifle with. an optic. forend .Iight.s~~ng. backup sights and spare ammo carrierisn't a cfueap undertaking, Than k fully ou r ad~IIi.u]jJJistr~tion saw the benefit oftfue progra m and has fully supported it

Asa rart t ime ra ngemaster I W<lS

doingiuventoryin the PD armory when lcame across seve tal A Rs in various states of disrepair. Some I suspect bad been turned into parts queens, others were DRMO or seizure gum. s.ee~ng the pile of potent ial, m reque ste d a nd was given permission to make a wo rk ~ng gun out ofthe part s,

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One of the first things m noticed about the parts guns was just about everything was junk, My second

o bse rvation was just a bout eve rytllii Ll« was broke u or so damaged it woul d be better to replace parts than make do with part s that won't. hold up, This project gun was slated to bethe desigua ted range teaching gun whe n it was completed, so j~ bad to run,

Aller st rippi ng~li:ie gun down I determine d it would need at a mi uimu nil: haudgua rds W ithcomplete .D lf~ng assembly. collapsible stock complete with new stock tube buffer and buffer spriug.srip, ~ackup rear ;s~gfut> optic and a sling, The only part

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on ~llwe]il:i~ Lcould inu inthe arDory was the back up GG&G sight, The rest I was goingto have to scrounge, brea k open the Brow uells eatalog or start peste ri ug my indust ry contacts for some P"U-tS.

Whi le contemplating my di lemma, I switched into editor mode and thought this project would make a great artiele.Wjth the AFtim its many variants dominating the uta rket, there is no short age of qua]ity replacement parts being made today,

My irst call was ~o Drake :.tIt

Magpu L .~. <l sked him ~f he w(m]d be interested in helping to make astreet worthy weapon out of an armory pa rts queen. Ora be told me about the new .MOIE (Magpul. Original Equipme ut) li ue of replacement part s ~hey were maki ug, The price is a bit ]e ss than the regu tar Magpul gea r; eomes in dl the eoolcolors and isjust as durable as a U the Magpul~earr" This rile ism'~ S0:lini,g ~o the s<lilliabox. anytime soon, bUlt ,1 picked the fiat dark earth (coyote brown) because it looks cool, and I'm ki nda done with

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After the package arri ved From M.agpul '~" laid the contents out on the work be nch, and I rea lized if I was going to do this project right, I was go~ng to ne edsome more stuff, Ane r compi ling the 1i S~ efthe parts needed, I pulled on t the great !b~g book of everything - better known as the Bmw uells veatalcg number 62, If Bmw mens d oesu 't have it, you don't need it

With V1S ton s of Ka tr ill a dan cing like sugar plums in their heads, gun guyspu,t together what they think is the pe rfect su I' vi va 1 I' i fie. Some even stock-pile enough ammunition to fight off an assault by a division of elite Spitz Naz soldiers .. I'm not poking fun, m got a few rounds put back rnyself.W·hat surprises me is that often these same folks have not thought beyond the shoot-out. A survival rifle without a survival kit is like a new mom without a diaper bag,

Wha t is a surv ival k i t? I'm not t a I k ing about stocking a fal l-out or surviva I shelter; I'm t a I king a bout a lightweight go-bag or pack, filled with an army of items that will help you get through several days of adverse O,1f' UlHISllR1 circumstances .. Something you can keep in the closet or behind the truck seat in case things break bad.

What goes in a survival kit? The list could be extensive or short lind a common sense approach would be to incl ude a t least a fi rs t a id kit, a IlULII itool, various blades, navigation tools, a lightweight weatherproof outer shell, at least one reliable flashlight, some rope, fire starting tools, a

firearm and some ammunition.

first Aid Kit

I am frequently traveling to my hunting or fishing camp and engaging in outdoor activities with my family. First aid preparedness starts with some education that's available through the Red Cross and culminates in having the necessary gear on hand to deal with injuries as simple as a cut or as complex as a snake bite,

A S.T.R. LK.E. Med ic a I POlLC h from BLACKHAWKl which measures 5x7" holds my first aid supplies. ~t can be attached to any pack with Alice st raps or eve n wo rn 0 n a, belt, There a re numerous compart me nts and elastic straps inside to hold various items in place. 1 have a friend who works for 111 first aid supply company and we put together a selection of items that should fill the needs of someone needing to perform basic level first aid.

The kit includes an 8xH)" trauma pad. a triangular bandage with pins, III 36x36" gauze compress, a tourniquet &, forceps, an eye dressing kit. a snake bite kit, a press-stop, a

m n early J'~1I1e '09. I d rove to the iRuge1t factor yi n ':'\I cwport, :'\I HLo tour the production line and get some inside sk i uuy, ] wa sable to sit

I down with Ruger's savvy PR guy Ken Jorge use n, and with M ark Gurney. Ma rk is project manager on the SR- 556. He was with Ruger for 14 years

in thdl,- r,',ine,' Tree aIS,·t~mg 01"Jera,'lio" n,' a nd managed eugiuee ri ng for about ten of that, before being assigned to the SR~5S6 project

"It's been a lot of fun putting it together," says Guruev, "It's a gas piston-driven AR, an(1 runs cooler and more reliably as a result." Mark explai ns it s most unique feature is a

mere than j usl. anollh.er clonle .. Ailialst, I was abl~e~ 10 Igel my lhalnEis on 81 flew 01

',ll1e,_ ~m, ' ,_Inet PIlIII" SOlm, _ Ie, I ,r~um, dis ,dO,'wnra, 1,1 ge wilhlhem.. 1IIIiiked w~all saw alndlfeili.

~WO·8~age piston, which makes ror a smoother power stroke to the ca~rierTh ~ sin tu lin rc duces wear tothe gurr.

The new riie. Mad:: explains, als~ has a multi stage gas regulator So the operator can choose' which gas setting to' optimize to the load of the moment. The piston, Mark continued, has two dia.mden" Gas first impinges upon ~lii.e smaller diameter, overcomes friction and gets the' piston moving back about 3J W' where it unshreuds the wider part of the' pist on. "There's a n initial push to get it moving, the n a heavier push to' complete the motion," he noted.

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computer animationto more viv~d.~y ~lllust1iate how this radicalnew piston des~ g n works, I t may be p osted by the time you read t~his, l.O'ok: for it on the eompanywebsite, I1'W 11'. ruger. com,

The ,feci~~O'n~o go with the piston was made e arlyi u the proj ecr, Ash Gurney, "Why develop a gun using 0'1 d tech uolog y whe n new rechnol 0 gy is available? I don't know of auyoue else making a two-stage piston, (though) there are some other ways to mitiga te initia I sh ock."

\Vhile found on some other battle files" ~!1ager's ~s ~he first built-in gas regulator I've vseen on an AR-IS, Says Mark" "The regulator ships on

"Do you have a Rem.~]JJgto]Jj .870If'

he asked, .

In faet, mod eeme j nto possession of a police department trade-in, an older 870 with a 20" bead sighted barrel and old wood turnim re. Ir'd seenbette r days, but it was meehauieally sound.

"I understand you wanted!o do an 870pIOj~C!· 1tf~t~hi gm de] ayed," said Lew, "So now __ ave a Hardigg case w ith you r name On u, so 1~t 's do the project now," he 'nis~d. We went over some details and I made a few calk Oue was to anange~he PA Ghost Rh~g sight. m also spoke to my friends a:! Brownells. They s~nt a]ong some su~dI'Y parts, speciti.caUy the Hogue Ovennelded furniture,

Mesa l'actka] sent along their SUNSheU Shotshe]l Carrier _ and a Maga~~ne C1 amp thi!i! couneeted the cue-shot magazine extension with a rail that just soha d eo it the SU]1eFire _ .Model - ED :8as~Hght pliOv~dGd by SureFirG. A WHden]:~s$ Heavy Duty SUng rounded out the

parts for the so on-to -be re -mads shotgu~~. Lrhought a rebuild of a beater is somethi ng mo st of us haw !h()r~gh:t a1!J(r~L I wanted to "do one" to s,e~ whi!i! it was like.

Lew asked me to contact someone to get a sleeve of

Federal Tactical Buckshot so he could conduct Some' tests. At the time, I didn't know for Sure what he'd do. m made a few calls and the deal was done.

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Lew Bonitz had moved from Arieona to the fringes of Glacier Nationa.1 Park. lie 0l=!'e ned up his shop. ~. plaeethat doe S some ruterestrug Jobs. Aside from general

gunsmithing. t hey do custom shotgun work: custoar 19Upistob,.boru~ action riles and -a favorite of mine - ruev.er ac~]on rifles .. Pictures onthe Web site show avery interesting Scout :lillie as well,

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Some of the ]9ll pistols offered include a"R~tro" (the old stylecustom-improved 1911 from days gone by) and a custom lOmm. ] 9l L G ri lti~ly win also do a c-ustom 19] I using the Marvel. .22 Conversion unit, and a couple of iterations of Hgfulllll,g i911s bearing the 1* logo used by SWAT units around the COli utry and originated bv nan Johnston. Thall: Gary permits use of the r* is highprarise for the product hom Montana.

. Spe.aking of sbotg.u IlS, Griz,z]Y has several package dealsif you want boiler-plate instead of selecting a. 1.1.1. ~ar.te. The 110me Defense P~ckage. - cleani ni;: it up inside and out hom sharp e,dge s and bums, hom ug the bore,. len .. g.tbeni.ng tli1~ forcing cone •. sta~iJllJS loose. Sli:i.eH stops and a rough t ngge r; ,dong Wit h siahts and a fe w extras ---:- you wou't break the' bank <[(Od you'll have a supe rib defe use piece.

A Tl.Ictica.1 P~ckage, the 1* Package, a I[!.rel.lching P~ck age, the Pat rolman P~ck age and a CQB Package round out the (high) standard package deal.s. For law

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rom a practical standpoint a dimensionally correct AR rifle chambered for the .22 LR makes sense because it will allow you to practice with a rifle that emulates the feel and ope ratio n of a sta n da rd AR to r a fraction of th e cost. A h u nd red bucks will eas ily buy yo u 1000 rounds of good quality .22 LR ammunition. That's around $600 less than what you'll pay for 1000 rounds of good .223 Remington ammo. Enough of a savings to buy a new Colt .22 Tactical Rimfire!

A number of manufacturers offer that shot very well and worked like .22 l.R conversion kits for ARlO but a charm, Butt. this unit wid for just I have yet to test one that provided over a grand. You might find this to what I would call goodaccuracy and be the way to go, especially if you orWO percent reliability. I did test have a tricked out lower receiver or

a dedicated .22 LR AR upper fmmr·ecenUy married a rich widow but 1 .. _

a company called Accuracy Speaks it's a bit pricey for this hiUbiUy.

l' he at he r option is a complete AR ril:1e dedicated

to the .22 LR cartridge such as the new CoU .22 Tactical Rimfire which is made by Carl WaUher in Germany. Yeah, I know; It sounds like buying a. Chevrolet In adei n J apa n bart its true. these Colts arei ndeed manufactured in the Fatherlaud. 1 know t h is b ecause it says so rig ht on the side of the rifle. Colt Tactical rimfires are imported by Umarex USA. This isn't a secret either and is engraved on the receiver too. On the other side of the receiver you'll find the familiar rampant Colt logo and the words. "OOLTS MFG. Co. CO. - SA-"

Wh at does all t h is mean? It mea ns Walther is building these rifles fOT Umarex USA under the ] icensed

trademerk of the New Colt Holding Group. Every time someone buys one of these rifles. Colt getsa check but Ole rilles are not ma nufsctu red by CoH,

Urnarex USA has a reputation as a. premium suppl ier ora ir and BB gu n s and Oley are Importing Four different Celt Ta ctlcal R imfires From \Va lther; ~he .~6,2" berreled M4 Carbine which I received for testing.~he M16 whi.c.h comes with a detachable

carry ~HI.ndJe8Jnd8J 2L2" barrel, the M4 OPS wufha ~.6.2" barrel and a detachable rear sight mounted to an extended Picatinny rail and finally, the M16 SPR which has8J .:n ,2" barrel, fuJI length P.katinny rail and is t he onlymodel wlth a fold ing fro ut sight Prices range from $599-$740.

The M4 Carbine is the least expens ive of the four rifles and when you pick it up it seems for all t he

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world like a Coh M4 C8J rbi ne, I have a IDPMS Panther Lite with a 16" barrel andmltU you. start looking very closely - hli::euf you were . picking lice - you can't jell the difference; external dhneusionsaud weight are identica].

Di.'fe,re,nce Is On J"h.e Ins.ide Wh i le the Co~t Tactics I Rlmflres look: and feel~.uke their centerfire

Most people use one of the three basic fiJ rearms avai lable to ~he pr iva te sector: r ifles, handguns and shotguns, Yet, onlythe shotgun will, at the correct . range and w ith jhe correct ammunition, mske atrue "see daylight" hole and will .un addkion of leu remove hones or meat I n the process - w hkh ls a another good th ing in a fight

A lthough netpleasant to consider, the thought of a fa.nlUy member or myself beingi nj u red or killed does a lo~ to put my mind at eaself I shoot someone with a shotgun, ora ny gun in self defense. Probably the two biggest

flaws with s.ho~glms are first, a lack ofawarenessae towhat the shotgu n actually does within potential ranges unside~he home, Most don't know what the shotgun pattem Dr spread is.

Often the shotgun projects sma ller pattemsthan people think inside the house, The shooter usinga shotgun for home defense should oeplica te ~he d istances they might fire inside ~he house and then shoot them. atthe range so they know what the pattern willbe,

Often t he sma U patterns are compa mM.e to using a rifle inside the house,.wh ich requires the shotgu n be a imedat the target. Remember, regardless of the type of sighting system being used, the sight shou ld be wen aced on target before pull i ng ~he .~.

The secoudi ftaw is often times wDrU'lJess "stuff" ls mounted. on the shotguns .un the "hang junk Dn~he

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bunk gun" mode, The sho~gun.as fm asa shooting dey ice, may be a prime example of the sayingt'Iess is better," because i~ is.

As withmost firearms, the addit ion of anyth i ng that solves a problem. is the best way to go. So,S! gun that works, extra amman ition .outhe gun, mS!y bea wh He light for .udem i ficat ion of potential threats and a sling jo allow for hands free movement would be good. Sight systems. Sire often a personal preference andu n fighting wut h shotgu us lwou ld prefer a non screw-in choke type banel- one less thing to maintain and Dr come off in an unt imelyma n ner,

the three guns use the Rem i ngton 870 pump system as a starting foundation,

In todays wDr~d this mugld seem a bit old fashloned wuth an the fa ncy shoot- fast auto-loader guns, to wh ich I say: go fDr it if you want, Pi::rscmaHy, I I ikethe consistency of the pump. I have never been H down by one and 1 have never seen a . stop-watch in a flght, so the speedthing per se isn't Important to' me. I have seen pllmp guns operated as qu iddy as any mUD loader, so the potent ial to ShDO~ the glln "fast" ls there if you want to work at Jt,

Below ] have broken the guns down into color coded zones SO' as to explein the set up of the guns by the three makers and why they are good guns made up by top of the line shotgun people, The three glU1S ] own: first is made by Hans Vang,. numbertwo is from Scattergun Teclmclogies, which is of course WHson Combat, and my thi rd and oldest gu n is done by Ro bble Barrkrnan of Roba r Companies.

Red Slock .Zone

A~]. th ree guns use composition material jiype stocks, .. although the oldest gun, the Robar, is an oldDa vis made version w ith three .u nternal shell holders, wh ich was put on the gu n by me wheuthe orjg i na I wood stock busted after thirty plus yea rs. The Wu~son and the Vang stock are Speed Feed. Both WiJson a nd the Yang choices a re good becausethe stock is shorter for better accessto the gun in the length ofpu~~ category.

The general flaw .un the red zone of'jhe stock is of lie n the length of pun ls too long and the shooter is "stretched" over . the gU.n,a nd Df course durlug fl rl ng t he recoi I em.l be excessive. Today this is cured by the smartly made short stock and better arnmu n itlon than we had in the old days as with the new "tactical" reduced loads, The ammu n it ion is more effective but doesn't punish the shooter with recoil like the old fashioned 3" frigg,unm.agnums~hat ruhied a lo~ of folks to shooting shotguns- some forever. The inter na I shell holders are a smart idea; it's best to remember we wmpm baNy win or lose the fight with jhe ammun itlon that is either in or on the shotgun,

While Action .Zone

I nthls zone the makers are smart andconsistent and not re-inventing the wheel, The Vang and W.ulsDn have en larged safety release buttons; the Yang being. domed and theW.ulsDn large but fiat. The Roba r hasSi sr and ard size safety w ith wh ich I have never had a negative Issue; but the Robar is the oldest of the ~hree

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