Friday, December 28, 2012

Over the Counter Meds

Stock up on over the counter medicine for your family or your Bug Out Bag in an inexpensive way

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Yugoslavian SKS 7.62x39

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SKS Carbine from the collections of Armémuseum, Stockholm, Sweden
TypeSemi-automatic rifle
Place of origin Soviet Union
Service history
In serviceSee Users
Production history
DesignerSergei Gavrilovich Simonov
Number built15,000,000[1]
VariantsChinese Type 56; Yugoslavian PAP; Romanian SKS; Albanian SKS; East German SKS; (North) Vietnamese SKS; North Korean SKS
Weight3.85 kg (8 lb 8 oz).[2]
Length1,020 millimetres (40 in),.[2] M59/66 length 1,117 millimetres (44.0 in)
Barrel length520 millimetres (20 in),.[2] M59/66 558.8 millimetres (22.00 in).

ActionShort stroke gas piston, tilting bolt, self-loading
Rate of fireSemi-automatic 35–40 (rd/min).[2]
Muzzle velocity735 m/s (2,411 ft/s).[2]
Effective range400 metres (440 yd).[2]
Feed system10 round stripper clip-fed or individual round loading.[2]
SightsHooded post front sight, tangent notch rear sight graduated from 100 to 1,000 meters.[2]

         The Yugo was my first assault  weapon. Over the years I've replaced the old wood stock for a new Tapco stock.The Yugo is a fun weapon to shoot. 7.62x39 is a very inexpensive ammo to shoot you can pick up a box for about 5 bucks(20 rounds) The first picture you will see is what the Yugo used to look like when I first got it.Then next three pictures is what it looks like now with the Tapco stock and the BSA Red Dot Scope. The SKS is a Soviet semi-automatic rifle chambered for the 7.62x39mm round,designed in 1943 by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov .The SKS is a gas-operated weapon that has a spring rod and gas piston rod that work the action locking system. During the time when there was a ban on assault weapons they were disassembled.When the ban was lifted they were put back together, but matching serial numbers really didn't happen So having an SKS or an AK with all matching serial numbers has more value.                                

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Bushmaster C15 M4

The Bushmaster C15 M4 Type Carbines are a unique hybridization of traditional AR-15 type features with space age Carbon 15 composite molded Receivers for light weight and rugged durability.

  • Lightweight Carbon 15 Composite Receivers-40% Lighter than comparable aircraft aluminum receivers-unaffected by moisture-will corrode-matte black throughout (no surface finish to wear off). Upper Receiver includes anodized aluminum Picatinny rail for unlimited sight, scope or optics mounting.
  • 16: M4 Profile Barrel chambered for 5.56mm NATO/.223 Rem. caliber-Chrome Lined in both Bore and Chamber for long wear and ease of maintenance-standard threaded muzzle (1/2" x28 T.p.I) fitted with Izzy Flash Suppressor. Barrel Finish is mil. spec.  manganese Phosphate for protection against corrosion and rust. 
  • Front Sight is AR Type Base with Post-adjustable for windage.
  • Comes with either a 4-position or 6-position stock which offers light weight, carrying ease and quick handling. Carbine length Hand guards have internal aluminum shields to protect against heat build-up in rapid fire sequences. 
  • Shipped in Lockable Hard Case with operation and safety manual,  30 Round Magazine and Black Web Sling. 

         Now guys I know what you're are thinking another guy talking about the plastic AR 15, but guys if you haven't shot one, don't knock it til you've tried it.There are guns out there that are made out of carbon that are very reliable like the Glock for one. I have a Bushmaster C15 and I love it, I've shoot it a lot on the range and, I've been on the range with a lot of high end guns that have jammed and mine hasn't jammed once. I know people say that you pay for what you get, but that's not always true. A buddy and I wanted to get MP3 Player, he got one for $200 bucks and I just wasn't paying that so being me I went on Ebay and got one for $47 bucks. His lasted for 6 months and this has been 2 year's ago and mine is still working. I guess what I'm trying to say is just because it's high priced doesn't mean it's high quality.  

Thursday, December 13, 2012