By Jeff Gurwitch October 2, 2019 Retired U.S. Army Special Forces soldier Jeff Gurwitch, discusses his M4A1-type SOPMOD Block II combat/tactical AR-15 carbine clone, a copy of the carbine he used during his last combat tour in Afghanistan. The video includes everything, from the accessories he chose and how he employed them in combat, to the benefits of running a …Read More »
Battle Arms Development BAD 9mm PCC (Pistol Caliber Carbine): Combat/Tactical Carbine and PDW (Personal Defense Weapon) Packages with 33-Round Glock 9mm Pistol Mags! (Video!)
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com July 14, 2019 As if the new BATTLEARMS OIP Gen-2 ultra-light 5.56mm AR carbine weren’t cool enough by itself, Battle Arms Development (BAD) also showed DefenseReview (DR) what looked like a prototype version of one of their new BAD PCC (Pistol Caliber Carbine) combat/tactical carbines with ambi (ambidextrous) controls (some of them …Read More »
Strike Industries SI Strike Latchless Charging Handle with New SI ISO-Tabs for Better Tactical AR-15 Rifle/Carbine/SBR Ambi Charging Handle Gripping Ergonomics: More Grip, Less Slip, with New Colors!
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Image(s) Credit: Strike Industries (SI) and DefenseReview.com (DR) October 18, 2017 Speaking of new Strike Industries (SI) products for your tactical AR (AR-15) rifle/carbine/SBR (Short Barreled Rifle), back in May (2017), DefenseReview (DR) published a quick piece (with video) on the Strike Industries SI Strike Latchless Charging Handle with ergonics-enhancing SI ISO-Tabs, …Read More »
Strike Industries SI Phantom Latchless Ambidextrous (Ambi) Charging Handle with new SI ISO Tabs for Enhanced Combat/Tactical Weapon Ergonomics! (Video!)
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com May 24, 2017 As long as we’re covering cool new combat/tactical AR (AR-15)/M4/M4A1 Carbine components, DefenseReview (DR) should definitely also discuss the Strike Industries SI Phantom Latchless Ambidextrous (Ambi) Charging Handle, which is going to be available with SI ISO Tabs for ergonomic enhancement, within the next 2-3 months. While the embedded …Read More »