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The Erector is a fully modular silencer capable of being configured anywhere from 10 all the down to 2 baffles or anywhere in between. It also weights in at a mere 2.6 ounces and has an overall length of 7.6″ in the full configuration. <full specs at the end of the article>
ALERT: LaPorte County Indiana seems to be taking aim at restrictions on firearms in the county again, in addition to creating a new office with sweeping powers to access any business or residential property at “reasonable times”.
Last Wednesday a 20 page ordinance “First reading” was unanimously passed which would, among other things, restrict ‘noise’. The language is extremely broad and seems to cover virtually anything that makes noise or a sound.
Non-firearm owner property owners are equally enraged as the new ordinance would make it illegal to Read more
One of the latest offerings from Gemtech is the integrally suppressed Integra AR15 upper.
The upper is user serviceable and with an outer tube that is permanently attached to the barrel for a 16.1″ OAL it only requires one tax stamp.
The full review and accuracy testing has been completed and Read more
After a full month of testing and use, including a week in the Caribbean, the results are in.
You can find the full review on the 13C YouTube Channel here .
One of the best ways you can help support 13C is to use the links and codes below when placing an order with our industry friends. Read more
The Rugged Suppressors Oculus 22 silencer. It isn’t often a 22 can reaches up and grabs me right by the feels but this one did.
At 5.25″, 6.9 ounces and 1.06″ diameter in the full configuration it isn’t the shortest, lightest or thinnest can on the market but the extra ounce or so and .06″ is more than worth it when you look at the full picture.
Rugged claims “no first round pop” in the full 5.25″ configuration and honestly I can’t Read more
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I’ve owned a Mossberg 500 for nearly 20 years, it’s been a great shotgun but as the years have gone by I’ve found myself letting it sit in the back of the safe collecting dust. With a few simple upgrades, I’ve found a renewed interest in this ‘old workhorse’. Read more
Roughly 48 hours ago news broke that the LaPorte County Commissioners would be considering a ban on the use of firearms (and potentially air guns, bb guns and even bow and arrows and other devices capable of firing a projectile) within 1,000 feet of a residence.
This evening Citizens packed the commissioners meeting to voice concerns. The room was at capacity, for both seating and standing room and the wallway outside the meeting room was completely filled. Staff had to open the adjoining room and doors to accommodate the crowds.
Earlier the Commissioners had removed the proposed ban from the agenda but scores of furious residents attended the meeting anyway Read more
The anniversary of Lexington and Concord of all days!!!
The new ordinance would ban the discharge of a firearm within 1,000 feet of a residence. This would effectively ban shooting on private property for virtually every resident in the county.
The meeting is THIS Wednesday 4-19-17 at 6pm, public comment is at the beginning of the meeting so please be punctual. Public comment is 2 minutes per person on agenda items.
The meeting is held in the county complex on the first floor by the sheriffs office.
Please spread the word and show up! Contact information for the Commissioners is below