HausofGuns.com | Gun and Gear Reviews, Hunting and Outdoor Products, Video http://www.hausofguns.com Gun Reviews. Tue, 05 May 2015 19:26:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.2 Glock 43 Review http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/05/05/glock-43-review/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/05/05/glock-43-review/#comments Tue, 05 May 2015 19:26:42 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9171 We’ve been having some pretty in depth site issues which has prevented regular posting. But for the sake of not abandoning our hard work altogether I’ll be posting what we can and sharing videos from the YouTube Channel as they go up as to provide another hub for access. Meanwhile the problem solving [...]]]> We’ve been having some pretty in depth site issues which has prevented regular posting. But for the sake of not abandoning our hard work altogether I’ll be posting what we can and sharing videos from the YouTube Channel as they go up as to provide another hub for access. Meanwhile the problem solving and attempted salvage of Haus of Guns continues. Thank you for your continued support, everyone!

Here is our video review of the Glock 43. It is an outstanding single stack 9mm pistol, but a design that should be considered a single stack brother to the Glock 26 rather than a follow-up or equivalent to the Glock 43 released in 2014.

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Hollywood and the 2nd Amendment http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/04/18/hollywood-and-the-2nd-amendment/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/04/18/hollywood-and-the-2nd-amendment/#comments Sat, 18 Apr 2015 16:52:50 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9166

They do seem to be friends do they? I mean watch any action movie and it’s chocked full of guns and force on force violence and fighting. With today’s technology these movies have become so realistic it’s difficult to separate what’s real and what’s for show.

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pl_fbvideo_previewThey do seem to be friends do they? I mean watch any action movie and it’s chocked full of guns and force on force violence and fighting. With today’s technology these movies have become so realistic it’s difficult to separate what’s real and what’s for show.

One would think the actors and directors who are able to make such a healthy living off the masses by making movies with guns as the subject matter would pay tribute to the freedom to bear arms we have here in America. But no. Instead they trounce that right with what seems like every word spoken from their hypocritical mouths.

And what’s more, the agenda seems to be growing as evidenced in the video above with new emails having surfaced between Sony Pictures CEO and Bloomberg’s “Everytown” gun grabbing campaign highlighting the importance to play on people’s emotions for safety and family protection without consolation to how the 2nd Amendment and growth in popularity of firearms is actually REDUCING crime.

My friend Billy Johnson (Amidst the Noise YouTube channel & former NRA News Commentator) is making a movie called “Protecting Liberty” for the purpose of showing how the advancement of the 2nd Amendment is truly helping to reduce crime here in America. WE NEED YOUR HELP! You think someone in Hollywood is going to help fund this movie? NOPE. It’s an expensive endeavor. Billy is a professional filmmaker with a flare for the unique and a passion for the 2nd Amendment.

Can you imagine what a great tool this will be for evangelizing our cause? We need this in our hands!

Here is the link to the kickstarter campaign for you to help contribute. We’ve only got 10 days left.

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Sig Sauer MPX Now Shipping http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/04/08/sig-sauer-mpx-now-shipping/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/04/08/sig-sauer-mpx-now-shipping/#comments Wed, 08 Apr 2015 21:12:46 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9137 Finally. FINALLY. FINALLLLYYYY!!!!! This thing has been on the cusp of civilian ownership for far too long. The HoG crew has been on a list to test one of these bad boys for quite a while, so hopefully we’ll make one of the first cuts for receiving a test model.

Here is the press release [...]]]> There she is... ready to leave the warehouse!

There she is… ready to leave the warehouse!

Finally. FINALLY. FINALLLLYYYY!!!!! This thing has been on the cusp of civilian ownership for far too long. The HoG crew has been on a list to test one of these bad boys for quite a while, so hopefully we’ll make one of the first cuts for receiving a test model.

Here is the press release straight from the horses mouth…

SIG SAUER® SIG MPX™ 9mm Now Shipping

NEWINGTON, N.H. (April 8, 2015) — One of the most highly anticipated new SIG SAUER, Inc.,

products, the SIG MPX™, is now on its way to distributors. Semi-automatic SIG MPX in 9mm should begin

to appear on retailers’ shelves within the next few weeks.

This 21st century take on the submachine gun platform has been one of the most talked-about new

products since its reveal, and legions of SIG SAUER® fans have been eagerly awaiting this release.

“We made the decision to start shipping the 9mm variants of the SIG MPX rather than continue to delay

its launch as we finalize testing on the .40 and .357SIG variants,” said John Brasseur, Director of Product

Management for SIG SAUER, Inc. “We now have the 9mm variants in full production and will be shipping

SIG MPX-P (pistol), SIG MPX-P-PSB (pistol, with SBX Pistol Stabilizing Brace) and SIG MPX (short-

barrel rifle) is available as semi-automatic options for the civilian market. A carbine-length model is in

development now. Select-fire submachine gun variants will be available to military and law enforcement

MSRP for the pistol variant SIG MPX-P starts at $1,576. The SIG MPX-P-PSB, which includes a side-

folding SBX pistol stabilizing brace, starts at $1,862. The semi-automatic SIG MPX SBR starts at an

To see all the options and learn more about the SIG MPX and all of the new paradigm-changing products

from SIG SAUER®, please visit www.sigevolution.com.

Follow SIG SAUER on social media, including Facebook at www.facebook.com/sigsauerinc, Instagram at

www.instagram.com/sigsauerinc, and YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/sigsauerinc.

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M92 PAP SBR Conversion http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/03/27/m92-pap-sbr-conversion/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/03/27/m92-pap-sbr-conversion/#comments Fri, 27 Mar 2015 17:01:59 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9113

A local shooting buddy of mine let me have the pleasure of helping him zero and test fire his Zastava M92 PAP he had converted to an SBR with a triangle side folding stock. YES you can do this to any pistol able to be converted, BUT you are required to follow the correct [...]]]>

A local shooting buddy of mine let me have the pleasure of helping him zero and test fire his Zastava M92 PAP he had converted to an SBR with a triangle side folding stock. YES you can do this to any pistol able to be converted, BUT you are required to follow the correct channels by filling out an NFA Form 1 reclassifying the weapon from pistol to SBR (short barreled rifle) status. This process can be done online through the NFA’s eforms or by filing the paper Form 1.

My friend chose Matt Yeaman’s My Guns Northwest to do the conversion as he has done numerous identical to this one and has very competitive pricing rates. So if you’re interested, there’s a quick shout out for Matt and the great work he did. Obviously the rifle as pictured has yet to be cerakoted so some parts are still in raw metal form.

The the new M92 PAP “rifle” ran very well thanks especially to the booster comp installed on the muzzle. In fact don’t stand at 90 or 45 degrees to the ejection side of the gun while it’s being fired or you might be maimed by flying casings. I’m serious. It REALLY hucks the empty shells.

Accuracy was surprisingly great with 100 meter groups only opening up to 2″ or so with bulk steel cased ammo. Even with the Aimpoint T-1 we could stack the holes on top of each other at 25 and 50 meters so battle accuracy for a rifle setup this compact is more than satisfactory.

A couple other notable upgrades were the Manticore Arms flat top handguard, Krebs Enhanced safety selector (comes in great handy for my buddy because he’s a southpaw) and the Blue Force Gear AK sling loops which prevent losing your sling when that notoriously warm front end heats the sling cord.

One of the primary caveats was the canted front sight base, which is an unfortunately common occurrence with eastern block rifle kits imported and assembled by Century Arms International. Though I will say with confidence I have seen the regularity of this flaw decrease in the past 3 or 4 years. Their smiths are either getting more experienced or they got tired of hearing it and chose to do something about it.

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Where is the Volquartsen 17 WSM? http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/03/19/where-is-the-volquartsen-17-wsm/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/03/19/where-is-the-volquartsen-17-wsm/#comments Fri, 20 Mar 2015 05:08:38 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9109

If you’re like me at all (hopefully you’re not) you may have been wondering where Volquartsen Custom’s 10/22 pattern magnum rifle chambered in 17 WSM has been. If you need to move up to speed we covered its release at SHOT Show 2014.

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If you’re like me at all (hopefully you’re not) you may have been wondering where Volquartsen Custom’s 10/22 pattern magnum rifle chambered in 17 WSM has been. If you need to move up to speed we covered its release at SHOT Show 2014.

Well, Mr. Scott Volquartsen himself has released a brief blog explaining the how and why of what the hold up of their 17 WSM rifle has been. Ironically it comes down to twist rate being able to handle both the 20 and 25 grain loads accurately. The original rate of 1 in 9″ proved deadly accurate for the 20 grain rounds, but saw groups open up substantially with the 25 grain loads. Not surprising considering that even at first glance there is only 5 grains difference between the two, but in reality that is approximately 1/4 of the total weight of the lighter bullet. Comparatively, that’s like the difference between a 160 grain and 200 grain .30 caliber bullet from say a .308 Winchester. Big difference.

Apparently the fix was a little creative thinking and willingness to settle with an “in-between” rifling uncharacteristic to the typical whole number ratio. As mentioned in their blog post, the rifles will be released with a 1 in 8.5″ twist that has showed tremendous accuracy results (think sub 1/2 MOA) with both bullet weights.

Sign me up, guys!!!

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PWS EDS Glock Slide http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/02/26/pws-eds-glock-slide/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/02/26/pws-eds-glock-slide/#comments Thu, 26 Feb 2015 16:11:50 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9106 Primary Weapons Systems is getting into the handgun market with their release of the EDS (Enhanced Duty Slide) for Glock 17 and 19 9mm pistols. The aftermarket slide introduced at SHOT Show 2015 not only features forward serrations for added retention points in the slide for press checks and creative racking, BUT they also claim [...]]]> Primary Weapons Systems is getting into the handgun market with their release of the EDS (Enhanced Duty Slide) for Glock 17 and 19 9mm pistols. The aftermarket slide introduced at SHOT Show 2015 not only features forward serrations for added retention points in the slide for press checks and creative racking, BUT they also claim that by simply swapping out their EDS slide with your Glock factory slide will reduce the pull weight of your factory trigger to 4 pounds. Color me curious.

The brief video below gives some more detail to what I’ve chronicled above. The PWS EDS slide comes with factory Glock sights or Trijicon night sights for an additional charge…. and they’re not cheap. BUT, PWS has a history of providing guns and parts on the high end of the manufactured product spectrum, so if you’re willing to pay, I’m willing to bet you will get your money’s worth.

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Glock 19 Grip & Slide Work – Glock Perfection Realized http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/02/03/glock-19-grip-slide-work-glock-perfection-realized/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/02/03/glock-19-grip-slide-work-glock-perfection-realized/#comments Tue, 03 Feb 2015 17:27:06 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9046

This past labor day weekend we enjoyed what was our 2nd annual Circle the Wagons training event outside of Colorado Springs, Colorado. At the event this year, there were several companies demoing products as a showcase for their work. Being a member of the media (sort of) I jumped in and got my hands [...]]]>

This past labor day weekend we enjoyed what was our 2nd annual Circle the Wagons training event outside of Colorado Springs, Colorado. At the event this year, there were several companies demoing products as a showcase for their work. Being a member of the media (sort of) I jumped in and got my hands on a few of these projects. Out of everything, three companies that stood out were Danger Close Armament, Heritage GunWorks and Tuebor Precision.

The first of the aforementioned companies had a Glock 19 that had been modified to full auto with a tricked out back plate on the slide. It was a BLAST. And it ran flawlessly in the thousands of rounds that it saw running hard and hot in a short stretch of time. But the conversion from Heritage GunWorks wasn’t the only plus side to that Glock 19. It, along with a few other Glocks (17, 26, 19, etc) all had some pretty drastic grip work done to make the frame more ergonomic, easier to hold on to and maintain a higher grip thus aiding in accuracy, speed, muscle memory and a lack of “Glock bite” from the slide.

ANYWAY, I immediately picked up a Glock 19 Generation 4 (Austrian made) to have Danger Close Armament and Tuebor Precision work their magic on. This past week we met to see the final product and I have to say the results of their work blew me away.

Being a Gen 4 Glock, I had David from Danger Close Armament integrate one of the beavertail backstraps into the grip permanently. Then he sanded the frame, removing the finger grooves from the front strap and the hump from the back strap and added his trademark thatch/waffle randomized stipple pattern. It’s like velcro in your hand but not too abrasive. Then he added the shooter’s cut to the trigger finger side of the frame. This is an addition I highly recommend for larger hands on this smaller pistol. All non-stippled areas are a smooth matte finish and the line between stippled and smooth areas is very aesthetically pleasing. Then on the support hand side in front of and above the trigger guard there is a stippled index point for your thumb. Not only does it help with muscle memory, but it adds traction to help control recoil which leaves your strong hand to do the shooting.

The improvements to the Glock 19 slide were done by Tuebor Precision. Matt absolutely captured my definition of “simple, practical, functional and beautiful” to a “T”. The added forward serrations have a slight muzzle-oriented angle to them and perhaps best of all, the top serrations match up with them. It’s difficult to look at a slide with cuts in the side and the top that don’t match up. If you’re OCD in the least you’ll understand what I mean. Matt even worked around the “Gen 4 Glock 19 AUS” stamp on the forward inside of the slide to preserve at least a little “Glockiness”. Both sides between the front and rear serrations have a slight recess to trim up the slide just a bit more and the Tuebor Precision “T” shield finds its way to the inside of it.

And the top? Well rather than attempt to machine in the Haus of Guns (HoG Shield) logo to the top of the slide as I requested, Tuebor Precision collaborated with Colorado Gun Writes to have it deep laser engraved and it turned out superb. It was done over the top of the Cobalt Cerakote so there’s a nice bit of contrast to make it pop. I’ll be seeing him for all my Gun Trust engraving in the very near future.

All in all this Glock 19 is on its way to being the total package. An exterior that’s easy to handle and enjoyable to look at as this in my mind now requires some tweaking on the insides. Danger Close Armament also improves a stock Glock trigger by removing the extra slop in take up and reset. It’s still a factory 5-5.5lb trigger, but it feels like less so I’m thinking that’s going to be next.

In the end the photos below and the video tell the story. Once you’ve experienced work like this a stock Glock is just way too boring. Yes, they can be fantastic pistols out of the box, but my definition of Glock Perfection is the ability to quickly and easily make the pistol whatever you want. Danger Close Armament and Tuebor Precision have allowed me to do just that.

Special thanks to Triune Defense for providing the 9mm ammo to make testing possible. Outstanding quality remanufacturered ammo!

 

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Leupold Changing the Carbine Optic Game? http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/01/15/leupold-changing-the-carbine-optic-game/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/01/15/leupold-changing-the-carbine-optic-game/#comments Thu, 15 Jan 2015 23:36:54 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9009 Benefits of living in Oregon and having your office in Beaverton, OR (Besides amazing countryside, mountains and ocean)?  Leupold & Stevens, also known as Leupold Optics, has their World HQ in Beaverton as well.  I’ve been fortunate enough to get to know some people over there who let me in on a few things…

With [...]]]> Benefits of living in Oregon and having your office in Beaverton, OR (Besides amazing countryside, mountains and ocean)?  Leupold & Stevens, also known as Leupold Optics, has their World HQ in Beaverton as well.  I’ve been fortunate enough to get to know some people over there who let me in on a few things…

With SHOT Show coming up all the major manufacturers are releasing all kinds of goodies for all of us gear heads.  Leupold is no exception.  They have been teasing, for a week or so, the release of a few new optics, even claiming that they are going to”change Carbine Optics forever”.  I don’t necessarily disagree but the public will be the judge of that, right?

Here’s what they are going to be releasing:

  1. The D-Evo – “Duel Enhanced View Optic”: Revolutionary solutions require original thinking. Leupold engineers have innovated again with the all new Dual-Enhanced View Optic (D-EVO™). A unique, innovative design allows the 6x20mm D-EVO to be paired perfectly with the Leupold Carbine Optic (LCO™), or virtually any red dot sight, to deliver a bold aiming point for reflexive shots and a magnified image for long-range precision with the mere movement of your eye. The exclusive Close Mid-Range Reticle with Wind Holds (CMR-W) allows users to successfully estimate range and engage targets with greater precision, speed, and flexibility and the hold-overs are compatible with 5.56/.223 and 7.62/.308 cartridges. The reticle features a 0.5 MOA dot surrounded by a 5 MOA circle, mil-based ranging features and windage hold points. The D-EVO utilizes minimal rail space, is waterproof to 66 feet, and is backed by the Leupold Gold Ring Lifetime Guarantee.
  2. The LCO – “Leupold Carbine Optic”: The Leupold Carbine Optic (LCO) is a dream come true for carbine operators. The compact 1x red dot sight gives you natural, rapid target acquisition. The LCO’s 1-MOA Dot reticle has 16 brightness settings to let you find the exact intensity you need in any conditions. At its highest setting, the dot will shine bright in the middle of the day, and it is night vision compatible on lower settings. The manual push-button on/off switch with integrated brightness control puts all the power at your fingertips. Using a common CR123A 3v Lithium battery, the LCO has a battery life of up to 5 years. The machined aluminum body provides the utmost in durability and the ó MOA adjustments make sighting in fast and easy. The LCO is built for a lifetime of punishment and is backed by the Leupold Gold Ring Full Lifetime Guarantee.
  3. Of Course the  DP-Pro – “Delta Point Pro”: When your optic needs to be faster than your reactions, the Leupold DeltaPoint® Pro is up to the challenge. The lightweight aluminum housing is shrouded by spring steel for the ultimate in ruggedness while the aspheric lens generates a wide field-of-view with some of the best image quality ever seen in a reflex sight. Leupold’s patented Motion Sensor Technology™ discerns any movement of the sight and automatically activates the illumination which is inset into a light tunnel to reduce the light signature in tactical situations. The Auto-Brightness sensor immediately and continuously samples the current lighting conditions to provide optimal reticle intensity or this feature can be overridden should a manual mode be required. and has been waterproof tested to 66 feet. The tool-less, spring actuated battery compartment makes changing the battery quick and easy while maintaining an industry leading 66 feet of waterproofness. The 1 MOA elevation and windage adjustments eliminate the need for adjustment lock screws. From handguns to ARs; and from .22s to .458s, the agile DeltaPoint Pro is always a step ahead. Covered by the Leupold Golden Ring Full Lifetime Warranty.

I’ve included some photos at the end of this post so you can start drooling but before you do that.  Here are some prices:

  • D-EVO  $1874.99
  • D-EVO/LCO combo  $2999.99
  • LCO  $1249.99
  • DP Pro  $749.99
  • DP Pro Accessories  $59.99-169.99

So, as you can see, these things are PRICEY.  As Ebbs said when I told him about it, “if Leupold can’t compete with EOtech or Trijicon, they will have a hard time in the market.”  I agree.

Also, keep in mind, I haven’t shot with any of these mounted yet so function is yet to be determined…

Now for some drool worthy photos:

 

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Remington 700 Stock from Magpul http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/01/12/remington-700-stock-from-magpul/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2015/01/12/remington-700-stock-from-magpul/#comments Mon, 12 Jan 2015 21:58:08 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=9006 Magpul continues to branch out in exciting new ventures with the offering of their Hunter 700 stock for short action Remington 700 rifles. Here’s a quick video with a sneak peak of the Magpul 700 stock in action. We’ll be sure to get a better look at her during SHOT Show next week. 😉

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MagPods Now Available! http://www.hausofguns.com/2014/12/23/magpods-now-available/ http://www.hausofguns.com/2014/12/23/magpods-now-available/#comments Tue, 23 Dec 2014 17:56:59 +0000 http://www.hausofguns.com/?p=8992 The Magpod has been highly anticipated literally for as long as I’ve been a gun blogger. Granted we’re looking at four years now post SHOT Show, but dang, talk about wanting to get something absolutely perfect before even considering a production run.

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It doesn’t take much effort in balance to allow your rifle or AR pistol to free stand with the Magpod.

The Magpod has been highly anticipated literally for as long as I’ve been a gun blogger. Granted we’re looking at four years now post SHOT Show, but dang, talk about wanting to get something absolutely perfect before even considering a production run.

Photo by Richard King Photography. Courtesy of Magpod Facebook Page.

Photo by Richard King Photography. Courtesy of Magpod Facebook Page.

Not that I can blame them. This, like any competitive industry can be cutthroat and harsh. Throw a product out there, albeit an anticipated and welcomed item and it’s bound to come under a pretty close microscope. If it’s not perfect, table it till it is. One big bummer? The all new Magpod only works with Gen 2 Magpul PMAGs. With that taken into consideration, it is an absolutely FLAWLESS fit and as easy install as returning the factory PMAG base. They lock securely in place and even have the ability to be numbered with the recessed dots in the front (see pic right).

Sadly enough the Mag-Pod.com website is not quite complete but you can find these little guys in packs of threes below at the following online retailers. I picked up mine from http://VFgunrunners.com and they shipped fast and I had them within the week.

Battle Arms Development
BlackPoint Tactical
Brownells, Inc. (January 2015)
F3 Tactical, Inc.
Griffon Industries
Gun Gallery Inc.
Harris Tactical
Joe Bob Outfitters.com
King Shooters Supply

More…
Modern Outfitters
Rainier Arms
SKD Tactical
The Armory Inc.
The Gun Vault Utah (January 2015)
Tactical Distributors
VF Gunrunners
Weapon Outfitters

A click on any of the links above will take you to the retailers Facebook page, or a simple Google search with their name and “magpod” should do well to point you towards a healthy surplus of in stock items.

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