I had the Palmetto State Armory upper out for testing last week and my 7 year old daughter came along with to serve as some extra legs and a pro brass sweeper. With just a few rounds left at the end of our afternoon session she asked me if she could shoot the AR before [...]Continue Reading →
To get caught up on the storyline of my Palmetto State Armory midlength upper with the canted front sight base see the two links below.
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Approximately 4 weeks ago I broke down and bought a complete AR-15 midlength upper assembly at Palmetto State Armory that was too good to pass up [...]Continue Reading →
The longer you spend in the gun world the more people you meet. Well if you’re not entirely antisocial anyway. What I mean is you’ll eventually meet someone who has much cooler toys than you have or could even dream of affording. Take my buddy Roy for example. The Continue Reading →
Perhaps a better more accurate title would be the High Standard manufactured J.C. Higgins Model 20 12 Gauge pump shotgun from Sears & Roebuck circa 1952. The gun itself to me is a model of mid-20th century craftsmanship, when mass produced shotguns made on a budget had real wood stocks and solid steel assemblies. It [...]Continue Reading →
ILLEGALLY raided I should say. After Ares Armor served the California BATFE (ATF henceforth) with a LEGAL federal temporary restraining order earlier in the week, the ATF executed a raid confiscating computers, paperwork and documents in hopes of finding information regarding customers who have purchased (ATF APPROVED) 80% lower receivers from Ares Armor.
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LOL (Lots of Laughs or Laugh Out Loud depending on your genre).
I couldn’t even begin to count on two hands how many times I’ve read this line in online forums or stood a few steps away at a gun counter and listened to the clown behind the glass tell a man he needs to [...]Continue Reading →
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