November 26, 2015 We here at DefenseReview (DR) are thankful for a lot of things this year, especially our friends and family. We’re also thankful to our writers/contributors, our readers, and our service men and women. Thank you, all. Happy Thanksgiving, everybody. Sincerely, DRRead More »
Limitless Gear Gun Belt Adapter System for OPFOR MC-R Rigid Polymer Fast-Attach/Quick-Detach and Retention 5.56mm AR Rifle Mag (Magazine) Carrier/Pouch
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com November 24, 2015 Limitless Gear (LG) just introduced a Gun Belt Adapter system for the OPFOR MC-R 5.56mm fast-attach/quick-detach (FA/QD) rigid polymer mag (magazine) carrier/pouch for 4179 STANAG standard-capacity 30-round 5.56mm NATO (5.56x45mm NATO)/.223 Rem. AR (AR-15) rifle mags. Standard 1.75″ (and 1.5″) gun belts/duty belts/shooting belts are now de rigueur with …Read More »
AR-15/M4/M4A1 Carbine’s 5.56x45mm NATO Ammo (Ammunition) Versus Kalashnikov AK-47/AKM Rifle/Carbine’s 7.62x39mm Russian Ammo: America Wins Again
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Photo(s) Credit: TacMed Australia November 20, 2015 Last updated on 11/22/15. DefenseReview (DR) received an email heads-up yesterday from one of our professional/industry contacts about an interesting article published on November 18, 2015 by TacMed Australia provocatively titled Why I’d Rather be Shot with an AK47 than an M4. The article includes …Read More »
Post Paris Attack(s): Elite British/UK Scotland Yard London Metro (Metropolitan) Police Counterterrorism/Law Enforcement SWAT Unit ‘Met Specialist’ ‘Robocop’ Assaulters/Operators Running SIG SAUER MCX Tactical Piston AR-15 Carbine/SBR’s, Glock Pistols and Grey Man BDU’s Deployed to Wembley Stadium
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Photo(s) Credit: DailyMail.co.uk November 17, 2015 Last updated on 11/18/15. This article has been updated and corrected (on 11/18/15), with special thanks to Alma Cole for alerting us to the error in Daily Mail’s reporting. Daily Mail just published an interesting piece on elite Scotland Yard London Metropolitan Police Counterterrorism/LE SWAT unit …Read More »
Our Hope for an Armed French Citizenry in the Wake of the Paris Attack(s): The Second Amendment and Natural Right to Armed Self-Defense Applies and Belongs à Vous Aussi
by David Crane david (at) defensereview.com November 15, 2015 Last updated on 12/25/15. DefenseReview (DR) watched with great sadness and anger our unarmed (really disarmed) French brothers and sisters get slaughtered like sheep or cattle by ISIS fighters/terrorists on Friday, and that sadness and anger has only grown over the last two days with all the follow-up news coverage. We …Read More »
Chinese Develop New ‘Ultra-Thin’, Lightweight ‘Tunable’ UHF Microwave Radar-Absorbing Stealth Material Cloaking Technology for Manned and Unmanned Combat Aircraft and Warships
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Photo(s) Credit: Huazhong University of Science and Technology and Business Insider November 12, 2015 Last updated on 11/12/15. As if we didn’t already have enough to worry about with the Chinese, lately. Defense One just published a piece on a new Chinese “stealth material breakthrough” that has the potential to create some …Read More »
November 11, 2015 DefenseReview (DR) is very grateful to all our veterans for your service, for protecting us from those who would harm us, and for protecting our freedom from any/all threats against it. We also greatly appreciate the immense physical sacrifices that many of you have made in that cause for us. Thank you. Thank you, so much. And, …Read More »
Spinel Transparent Aluminum Armor (Body/Facial Armor and Vehicle Armor) and Optics for Future Soldiers/Warfighters!
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com November 8, 2015 Well, it looks like yet one more Star Trek technology has made it to reality in the form of transparent aluminum, that can potentially be used to create transparent armor that will protect the future soldier/warfighter. Every Star Trek fan, your humble correspondent included, remembers the scene in Star …Read More »
TrackingPoint M600 SR Squad-Level Precision-Guided 5.56 Service Rifle and M800 DMR Squad-Level Precision-Guided 7.62 (Squad Designated Marksman) Rifle Packages Offered at ‘Zero-Cost’ to ‘Any Organization that can take the Guns into the Fight against ISIS/[ISIL]’
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Photo(s) Credit: TrackingPoint November 6, 2015 Last updated on 11/08/15. DefenseReview (DR) has been covering TrackingPoint’s RapidLok Target Elimination and Fire Control System and precision rifles since SHOT Show 2013. In fact, TrackingPoint’s Electronic targeting scope and precision-guided rifle packages were the very first products we covered from that show, and we did …Read More »
DR Interview with David Pavlick of Nous Defions about Arsenal Democracy’s Future, and Tactical AR Carbine/SBR and Blackside Glock Combat/Tactical Pistol Accessories, Components and Parts: 10 Questions
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Photo(s) Credit: Nous Defions/Arsenal Democracy (AD) November 3, 2015 Last updated on 11/10/15. Shortly after SHOT Show 2015, DefenseReview (DR) published articles on the Arsenal Democracy (AD) Blackside Glock pistol packages and select-fire/full-auto 5.56mm/300 Blackout (300BLK) tactical AR (AR-15) PDW SBR (Personal Defense Weapon Short Barreled Rifle), both of which were pretty …Read More »
Chinese YJ-18 (YingJi-18) Low-Flying Subsonic-to-Supersonic Anti-Ship Cruise Missile (ASCM): Aircraft Carrier Killer Going Operational
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Image(s) Credit: qianzhan.com and wantchinatimes.com October, 30, 2015 As if the Chinese DF-21D ASBM (Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile), WU-14 HGV (Hypersonic Glide Vehicle) and developmental supercavitating, supersonic submarine weren’t already enough to contend with in the future, the U.S. Navy will now have to contend with the Chinese YJ-18 (YingJi-18) missile, a submarine …Read More »
Hydraulic Recoil Buffers for the Tactical AR-15/M4/M4A1 Carbine/SBR: Friend of Foe? From the Enidine Recoil Buffer to the KynSHOT Recoil Damper (and Crosshair) Buffers!
By Jeff Gurwitch October 27, 2015 Last updated on 10/28/15. Title Photo: Left: Kynshot buffers 7.62 top, 5.56 bottom. Right: Two Enidine 5.56 buffers. As most shooting enthusiasts know, the internet is a great source for information for just about everything firearms and shooting-related. Looking for the best holster for 3-Gun, or how to change a part out on your …Read More »
Ashbury Precision Ordnance APO Super Magnum .408 CheyTac and .375 CheyTac Asymmetric Warfare (ASW) Precision Tactical Rifle Packages: Sub-.5 MOA Big-Bore Accuracy!
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Photo(s) Credit: Ashbury Precision Ordnance (APO) October 24, 2015 Last updated on 10/25/15. DefenseReview (DR) has been covering Ashbury Precision Ordnance (APO) products ever since we first laid eyes on the APO ASW 338LM .338 Lapua Magnum Modular Precision Sniper Rifle (MPSR), which was built on the APO SABER-FORSST Modular Rifle Chassis System …Read More »
Cherries Covert Ops Apparel Tactical Clothing and Gear for Active Shooter Neutralization and Deep-Cover Counterterrorism Ops: Meet the Tactical Response Covert Shirt and ‘The MEDINA’ Appendix BWB (Below-the-WaistBand) Deep-Cover Direct Action Concealment Pistol Holster!
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Image Credit: Cherries Covert Ops Apparel October 21, 2015 Last updated on 10/22/15. This is about as well-timed a products launch that DefenseReview.com (DR) has seen in awhile. DR professional/industry contact Aaron Cohen just launched a very interesting and apropos line of covert-concealment/concealed-carry (CCW) tactical clothing and gear that’s been specifically designed …Read More »
Lockheed Martin Aero-adaptive Aero-optic Beam Control (ABC) Laser Weapon Turret for Supersonic Jet Fighter Aircraft: 360-Degree, 30-Kilowatt Spectral-Beam-Combining Laser Cuts Right Through Air Turbulence to Kill Targets!
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Image Credit: Lockheed Martin October 20, 2015 DefenseReview (DR) has been covering the development of weapons-grade lasers for awhile now, including aircraft-mounted laser weapon systems. While our most recent piece on aircraft-mounted laser weapons tech was published on September 24th of this year (2015), we actually published a piece specifically on Lockheed Martin’s …Read More »