Though I know that 80% Lowers are not new to most of my viewers, check out this video from 80% Arms.
Watch the video from Elzetta Design on Potted Electronics for yet another reason why their flashlights are the toughest on the planet.
Check out the below video by NSZ85 on the new translucent AR15 Polymer Magazines from Elite Tactical Systems Group.
Gotta love a video that is not so serious and a little edgy, but not overly obvious that kids would get the humor.
If you haven’t already seen, check out their newly updated webpage as well….after you watch the video.
Check out this video from Elzetta Design, featuring Dave Barnett. He does a great job explaining the difference in the quality of beam tint and explains why some high-lumen lights will have a blue tint and why the Elzetta lights do not.
NSZ85 does a great job in reviewing the Faxon Firearms ARAK-21 Upper Receiver and how to break it down in this video.
I am still amazed in how quickly and efficiently you can swap out the 5.56mm barrel for a 300BLK barrel. AR and AK…the best of both worlds.
Probably one of the most common modern sporting rifles in the United States today, the AR-15, is a rather simplistic operating system once it is broken down into steps and can be visualized. Unfortunately, unless you have x-ray vision, it is not possible to see all of the internal operations and “behind the scenes” work that is done inside the AR-15 platform. And even if you did have the ability to see inside, you would also have to be able to slow down time to really catch what is going on in a very small fraction of a second.
Well, since I do not know anyone who can slow time or has x-ray vision, this video of the animation of the cycle of operations should help out a bit with the understanding. Understanding how each part moves and its purpose in the overall function will help you out in diagnosing problems with your rifle and what needs repaired or replaced.
The Cycle of Operation is as follows:
This video was derived from the M16 Variations Interactive Animation from the National Firearms Program Unit & Web and Simulation Development Unit at the FBI Academy, Quantico, VA.