Best Lightweight Concealable Body Armor For me, in this day and age, this is a no-brainer. Don’t forget to have one for every member of the family and one in your VBOB (Vehicle Bug Out Bag) as well. Although not considered a “concealable” vest, I still have two US Palm Defender Level IIIA Soft…
Story of the Krag: The Springfield Model 1892 Infantry Rifle The formal appellation Springfield Model 1892-1899 describes the several subvariants of the Krag-Jorgensen bolt-action repeating rifle developed in the late 19th century. U.S. troops affectionately referred to the weapon as a “Krag.” The rifle was actually a collaborative effort of Norwegian gun designers Ole Herman…
GERMAN K43 RIFLE: DEUTSCHLAND’S DMR K43 is German shorthand for Karabiner 43. The same weapon was also known as the Gewehr 43. A relatively simple gas-operated design, the K43 was the German answer to our M1 Garand. However, manufacturing pressures and a suboptimal design conspired to keep the K43 from reaching its full potential….
The Evolution of the QuadCopter in Modern Warfare The pinnacle of this tactic is a Chinese-made DJI Mavic quadcopter – easy to procure, easy to fly/ navigate, it became absolutely indispensable for ISR, target spotting, artillery correction and combat missions like “kamikaze attacks”, dropping small bombs and grenades.
Bulletproof armor made of human cells? Scientists create gel that stops supersonic projectiles Would need to know more specifics as far as where EXACTLY these human proteins are being sourced from, but the concept sounds interesting for sure.
H/T Mason Dixon Survivalist Association Not to be confused with the Russian BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV).
Some interesting ideals from JCD, the Bushbastard.
What are the Differences Among the Glock Generations? Nice overview of the 5 Generations of what John Wick’s Armorer called “The new breed of Austrians.” 😉