vehementknives:

Vehement Knives Grunt, a rugged EDC that fits all lifestyles! ATS-34, highly customizable handles, and a natural feel in the hand! We can do so many scale options to make this one your own!

peashooter85:

Scarce Dumontier pinfire revolver dagger, originates from France, mid 19th century.

munroeknives:

Parts finished for Hawk/Munroe collab

weaponslover:

Room with a view. (M2 .50)

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coffeeandspentbrass:

etherealmenace:

coffeeandspentbrass:

onedoomedspacemarine:

gunsammomilitary:

http://gunsammomilitary.tumblr.com/

I think what bothers me with the skeletal drum is the concept of it, I know the regular XS-15 drum is a solid device that works great. Just if there was maybe, clear plastic windows instead of just plain holes. It would be more weight, sure, but it would be more resistant to dirt and muck.

I agree. Seems like a really, really easy way to jam your drum up and get shit into your gun. 

I’ve seen the AR’s with magwell cutouts get brush and debris in them and cause sadness.I don’t understand this fascination with all-cutout-errythang. They turn whatever you’re using into a square range toy. Too many “I drew a pretty picture in SolidWorks and that makes me an engineer!” types.

It’s shitty and impractical. Plus, they charge an arm and a leg for this shit! 

coffeeandspentbrass:

etherealmenace:

coffeeandspentbrass:

onedoomedspacemarine:

gunsammomilitary:

http://gunsammomilitary.tumblr.com/

I think what bothers me with the skeletal drum is the concept of it, I know the regular XS-15 drum is a solid device that works great. Just if there was maybe, clear plastic windows instead of just plain holes. It would be more weight, sure, but it would be more resistant to dirt and muck.

I agree. Seems like a really, really easy way to jam your drum up and get shit into your gun. 

I’ve seen the AR’s with magwell cutouts get brush and debris in them and cause sadness.

I don’t understand this fascination with all-cutout-errythang. They turn whatever you’re using into a square range toy. Too many “I drew a pretty picture in SolidWorks and that makes me an engineer!” types.

It’s shitty and impractical. Plus, they charge an arm and a leg for this shit!