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FAMAS Machine Gun AEG, Black Review #62

FAMAS Machine Gun

FAMAS Machine Gun AEG

The FAMAS Machine Gun AEG is a powerful AEG refile. The barrel has been cut back and this allows for a higher capacity magazine. A folding fore-grip provides additional support. The rear sight is adjustable and has three settings: low, mid and high. 

FAMA Machine Gun

As a powerful AEG rifle, a must have for any serious airsoft player! This gun has a unique retractable stock that allows you to play in all conditions, whether indoors or outdoors! The trigger and grip are adjustable and can be easily modified for different players. The battery is a small butterfly type and a smart charger is required.


FAMAS Machine Gun History

The FAMAS Valoré, F1, F1 Valorisé, F1 Export, F1 Civil, F1 Commando and F1 Sniper are some of the most famous semi-automatic rifles produced by FN Herstal. They’re also used to train members of the French Army in marksmanship and rifle marksmanship. A 965mm / 38″ version is also called the G2. These guns can fire 600 – 1,100 rounds per minute, depending on the model.

The FAMAS is a bullpup assault rifle designed and manufactured in France by MAS in 1978. It’s a clone of the Austrian Steyr AUG.

A semi-automatic rifle, the FAMAS is widely used in France as a light machine gun for close quarter engagements, although it is not the world’s most powerful firearm. It is still, however, a very effective weapon.

The FAMAS is expected to remain in limited service until 2028.

FAMAS Machine Gun

FAMAS machine gun seems that history repeats itself in this case as well, because it appears that this is another case of a large European manufacturer not pursuing a niche market. While the company has made a few small changes over the past couple of years to make their products more attractive, the biggest changes have been made in the manufacturing process. This should lead them into the same position that FN held as a supplier to the military and government. However, it is doubtful if FN will be able to recover from the competition or maintain the quality of the product.

In the 1960s, MAS began to manufacture under licence the Heckler & Koch G3 battle rifle and later on the Heckler & Koch HK33 assault rifle as temporary substitutes.

France developed its own, completely new design for a 5.56mm cartridge, in part as an effort to create a truly superior military weapon. However, just adopting the German-designed HK33 rifle was considered unsatisfactory for many members of the French high command.

General Marcel Bigeard also thought relying on foreign weapons was a bad idea. While at the Manufacture d’Armes de Saint-Étienne, he asked the engineers to develop a homemade French 5.56mm automatic rifle, which eventually resulted in the adoption of the FAMAS.

In 1962, the FAMAS (French Automatic Marching Infantry Rifle), started in 1967 and designed by General Paul Tellié and the first prototype was completed in 1971, was introduced as a more effective and reliable weapon to combat a possible invasion in Western Europe.

The Heckler & Koch HK33 was considered for this rifle, but when it came time to produce a new batch of rifles, no FAMAS rifles had been produced by that point so they switched to the SIG SG 540. However, Heckler & Koch later decided to make their own version, which is still made today.

In 1978, the French government accepted the FAMAS as their standard-issue rifle, the FAMAS F1.

FAMAS Machine Gun Action

The FAMAS assault rifle is a bullpup configuration. Its receiver houses the ammunition feed, and the rifle furniture is made of fiberglass.

This is a weapon using a lever-delayed blowback action. This weapon is used by the French Army. It was developed in the 1950s using parts left over from the Second World War.

FAMAS Machine Gun Ergonomics

The ergonomics of a rifle are determined by the selector lever. It has 3 positions: safe (center), single shot to the right (rifle right), and fully automatic mode.

The FAMAS G2 weighs 2.8 kg (3.38lb). The G1 and G2 have a large, grip-length trigger-guard like that of the Steyr AUG to allow easy access to the trigger when wearing gloves. The F1 and G2 models of the FAMAS feature a bipod attached to the upper hand-guard.

The FAMAS-G2 and the F1 are a polyvalent hand-guard that features a standard NATO Accessory Rail, allowing many types of optics to be mounted, including red dot sights and night vision units. They have a rubber buttpad.

An M16 is an automatic assault rifle. The fire control selector is the safety, semi-automatic, or fully automatic mode. The magazine release is used to open and close the ejection port for removing spent cartridges from the firing chamber and to chamber new rounds. The serial number is a part of the weapon that indicates when it was made and registered with the manufacturer.

FAMAS Machine Gun Ammunition

In its earliest form the rifle was designed as a “super sniper” weapon using a heavier barrel than most other rifles of the time, and it could fire both.22 LR and 7.62×51 NATO round cartridges at the same time.

The FAMAS F1 uses a proprietary 25-round magazine. It has a chrome-lined barrel with 1 turn in 12 inch (1:12 inch) rifling and will function best with the 55gr (3.6g) (M193 type) ammunition.

When using the French made 56mm 55gr (3.6g) ammo it has a muzzle velocity of 3,150ft/s (960m/s). The FAMAS G2 uses M16-type, NATO-compatible 30-round STANAG magazines. It has a chrome-lined barrel with 1 turn in 9 inch (1:9 inch) rifling and functions equally well with both the older 55gr (4.6g) (M193 type) ammo and the newer 62gr (5.0g) (SS109 type) ammo. When using the French made 56mm 62gr (7.0g) ammo it has a muzzle velocity of 3,035ft/s (925m/s).

This plug allows for semi-automatic or automatic blank fire operation, and functions by blocking part of the gas used in a blank cartridge.

Rifle Grenades

Rifle grenades are used by the FAMAS. They have multiple uses and range from being anti-personnel weapons, to anti-vehicle weapons. The FAMAS has two sighting devices which are suitable for aiming rifle grenades. A new method to evaluate thermal stability of protein molecules based on atomic mobility and residue composition: I. Application to human β-Lactoglobulin A.

The FAMAS has a maximum effective range of approximately 1,500 metres. It can fire either through its barrel or indirectly, by means of an explosive charge on a launcher placed in front of the weapon.

The FAMAS is inclined by 75 degrees, allowing fire from 60 to 170 meters. In indirect fire mode, the grenade support is moved forward or backward on the barrel

With the grenade support, the volume of the chamber in which the gas expands to push the grenade forward is changed. With each position of the grenade support, the position has a number that is multiplied by a certain fixed number depending on the alidade position, 45° or 75°; this will accurately indicate the firing distance of the grenade.

The FAMAS can also accommodate an external grenade launcher as an add-on module under the hand guard; the U.S. M203 grenade launcher is sometimes used.


The French Army has retired its FAMAS assault rifle in favor of the German-made HK416. The factory closed in 2002, so there are no more domestic rifles available.

In May 2010, the French army began testing new FAMAS rifles that incorporated some of the improvements from the FAMAS G2 rifle. The first model to see limited combat use was the FAMAS F1, with production commencing in December 2013. The new rifles are based on the FN FAL design, have an ambidextrous control mechanism, and will accept standard NATO-standard brass-cased ammunition (no special steel-case ammunition is produced for them). The F1 was designed with a polymer-framed and polymer-based handguard and a Picatinny rail on top of the receiver, with a removable foregrip and telescopic stock.

France’s defense minister in June 2014 announced that the French military would replace the FAMAS with a modernized variant of the HK416. In late August 2016, the French armed forces awarded the contract for the replacement of the FAMAS with the HK416 to HK Defence and selected the new weapon for use in both the Army and the French Navy. In 2017, the French armed forces were expected to begin receiving the new rifles.

The new rifles are expected to stay in active French service for at least 30 years. They’re issued to the French National Guard and domestic police, and will continue to serve in reserve and non-combat units until 2028, when a phaseout of the FAMAS with the HK416 can happen.

FAMAS Machine Gun F1

After adoption by the French military, the FAMAS F1 replaced both the old MAS 49/56 rifle and MAT-49 submachine gun. Approximately 400,000 FAMAS F1 assault rifles were produced by MAS.

While the F1 was a capable rifle, it had several problems to overcome. For instance, the cheek risers on the butt of the rifle broke frequently, so that even the smallest movement while shooting resulted in the rifle firing.

The FAMAS was also susceptible to malfunction due to poor build quality, and to users who reused the magazine. It was designed to be used one time only, and the limited budget of the French military had forced them to use it over and over.

Mas developed the F1, a more durable magazine for the FAMAS, followed by the G1 version which included several minor improvements, such as redesigned grips and an enlarged trigger guard for operation with gloves.

While the G1 remained conceptual and was never produced, the G2 was developed and then went into mass production.

FAMAS Machine Gun G2

The FAMAS G2 is developed for use with NATO magazines and it accepts standard NATO magazines and employs tighter barrel rifling to accurately fire both older 56mm 55gr ammunition and new standard 56×45mm NATO 62gr ammunition.

The FAMAS G2 also includes a few extra upgrades, including an enlarged trigger guard, improved hand guards, and the ability to take both standard brass and steel casings.

The French Navy bought the FAMAS G2 in 1995 and issued it to their Fusiliers Marins and Commandos Marines. However, the French army refused to buy the G2, preferring to rely on the FAMAS F1 as their primary rifle.

FAMAS F1 with bayonet. F1 with bayonet. F1 with bayonet The F1 features- a redesigned mag well and magazine catch accepting STANAG magazines- a small handguard protrusion (bump) on the front of the forestock under the muzzle- a 1/9 rifling, instead of the 1/12 rifling of the F2.

FAMAS-G2 with bayonetThe G2 features- a larger trigger guard- a redesigned magwell- accepting STANAG magazines- a small hand-guard protrusion (bump) on the front of fore-stock under the muzzle.

Cybergun FAMAS Machine Gun Specs

Max Velocity445 fps
Overall Length29.5″
Weight6.2 lbs
Suggested forSkirmishing
Shot Capacity300
BarrelSmooth bore
Rear SightAdjustable
Hop UpAdjustable
Body TypeMachine gun

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Game Face GF76 AEG Airsoft Rifle With CQB Room Entry Method #61


Game face GF76 AEG Airsoft Rifle Feeling

Crosman GF76 airsoft rifle has some nice features. The first thing that attracts you is the quality of the paint. The gun is very durable, and I’ve shot the hell out of this gun and it hasn’t even started to show any signs of wear.

The more powerful.357 Magnum isn’t the best choice for this purpose. The quieter semi-auto shotgun would be more useful. Try a 12-gauge. It has less recoil than the smaller calibers, and you can fire more shells in less time than with larger calibers.


This is an amazing gun that requires little practice for it to be in your hands at any time of the year. In the summer or winter it’s easy to use it with the adjustable stock, and in the cold weather it’s easily held steady with its milled rail.

There are three different places a battery can be installed in a firearm. They are, in order, in the magazine, in the breech, and in the firing chamber. There are pros and cons associated with each of those locations.

You can put a tracer unit on this. You need to remove the old tracer unit first to install the new tracer.


Game Face GF76 AEG Airsoft Rifle Design

This GF76 AEG airsoft rifle is electronic-powered AK-style airsoft rifle from Game Face is a must-have if you want to clear the way with this electronic power rifle.


The ability to fire up to 700 rounds per minute makes sure the last thing the enemy sees is your game face. You’ll never miss a shot with this weapon.

Shoots up to 375 fps. This pistol holds more than 400 rounds.

Why U.S. Commandos Loved the AK47 Rifle

This is a must-read for anyone who wants to know how these soldiers made a weapon better. You’ll find out why the Soviets were able to get this gun so cheap while the United States was trying to get rid of its surplus stock.

The American military, at the end of the war, made captured Soviet AK47. They were issued in small numbers to Vietnamese troops, so the Viet Cong had access to the AK47 in limited quantities. Eventually, the Americans came up with a few surprises, and that resulted in the US producing its own AK47. “Initially, the AK47 was available in only small numbers to the Viet Cong fighting in South Vietnam,” he said. “This resulted in the AK47 being something of a prestige weapon.” The AK47 became popular among the American forces.

A new book tells the stories of some of the people and the places that influenced how Special Forces and the SEALs came to carry out this unique practice.

These additions offered a number of practical and psychological benefits. The American M-16 rifle was quite crappy. The early design was a maintenance nightmare, and the guns often jammed in battle. The AK47 was more reliable, and it had a larger 30-round magazine.

A U.S. soldier might confuse his enemies by using their own weapons against them, especially at night. The AKs had a distinctive report and their tracer rounds glowed green instead of red — the standard color in the Western armies. “With the few men we had, we just didn’t have the firepower to take on an enemy unit,” the SEAL officer quoted above said. “An M-16… would stand out to the VC or NVA, telling them where and possibly who we were.” And the Pentagon’s battle plans called for American troops to scour the Vietnamese countryside for insurgents and their supplies.

For example, one SEAL report of captured items simply stated “7,400 rounds of AK47 retained for SEAL Team Two,” according to Dockery. “The most common source of supply for… ammunition was from the original people who made it.” The Pentagon also began developing its own secret supply chain for the seized weapons.

The government contracts that came with the job are pretty much responsible for me getting this new opportunity. The work is more important to them than anything else.

No matter what, the Pentagon’s top secret Military Assistance Command, Vietnam-Studies and Observation Group—a.k.a., MACV-SOG—and their South Vietnamese counterparts regularly crossed these borders to hunt North Vietnamese supply convoys, gather intelligence and sabotage enemy infrastructure.

The men who served as the most prominent users of captured weapons were from the MACV-SOG, a special unit of the Military Assistance Command Vietnam – Studies and Observations Group. Their equipment was often modified by the Army’s Land Warfare Laboratory in 1969 and 1970.

The weapon engineers also created 10 silenced Walther PPKS handguns – the famous gun of the fictional British spy James Bond – as part of the project. MACV-SOG distributed AK rifles to special units of North Vietnamese defectors and South Vietnamese special operators.

With fake enemy uniforms and captured weapons, U.S. commanders figured Vietnam’s forces would be less likely to catch on to these infiltrators. They’d “select” them to become spies for the Americans, among other things. That’s because the United States wanted to keep this spy program secret from the North Vietnamese.

As U.S. forces captured even more enemy ordnance, the Pentagon approved more creative tactics. In 1967, the Joint Chiefs of Staff approved plans, initially called Eldest Son but later known as Pole Bean, to sneak booby trapped ammunition into Viet Cong supply dumps. “The object of the program was to cause incidents and casualties among the enemy, thereby instilling doubt, fear and lack of confidence in Soviet and Chinese weaponry,” the MACV-SOG review stated, using the acronym for Chinese communists.

The Near Indestructible AKs were one of the main targets of the psychological warfare campaign. One year after it began, the American commanders even warned their recon teams not to pick up these rifles when they were in the field.

After President Salvador Allende was overthrown in Chile in 1973, the US military handed over about 300,000 AKs and 400,000 rounds to Santiago, but the rest of the weapons that were seized were destroyed.

In 1973, when Pres. Richard Nixon negotiated the “peace with honor,” U.S. forces took a lot of the captured Soviet guns and rifles back with them. Some of the weapons were later put on display, but many were shipped back to the United States and kept here.

Special forces arsenals for training purposes. But the United States didn’t end its affair with AK47 on the battlefield. Nowadays, with the Cold War over and the rifle still in widespread service around the globe, the Pentagon is once again buying AK47 on the open market to ship to Washington’s allies, particularly in the Middle East.

Here’s what happens when a group of soldiers from different nations who have never met before find themselves trapped together behind enemy lines during the Second World War.

CQB Fundamentals and Principles

Close-quarter combat (CQC) or close-quarters battle (CQB) is a tactic used in military and police operations. It’s a very difficult thing to do because it requires expert training and teamwork.

This is a phenomenon that occurs between military units, police/correction officers, and criminal elements.

In warfare, it’s usually comprised of units or teams of varying size engaging the target or attacking personnel with personal weapons within a distance of up to 100 meters (110 yards), from proximity hand-to-hand combat to close-quarter target negotiation with usually automatic weapons.

A vehicle or structure is taken over by an attacker if the attacker gets into close-quarters battle with the defenders.

Close-quarter combat (CQC) is a type of warfare that takes place in close proximity to enemy combatants and civilians. It often requires direct contact between opposing forces in order to execute a strike, and thus it can include many close range encounters.

It’s not enough for a gun operator to know how to use their weapon; they need to demonstrate the ability to make quick and decisive decisions about the use of deadly force.

Room Entry Styles

There are also hybrid methods, such as the one-legged entry. This is the least common of all the different techniques because it is easier for defenders to predict an entry move. Therefore, a hybrid technique should only be used if there are other techniques not available to be used in a match.

It’s true that if a bad guy is able to shoot in the direction of an officer before the officer has a clear sight picture, then the bad guy gets the drop on the officer, but this can be overcome by the officer if he has the training to do so.


Defenders of the new entry method argue that the first officer moving along the new wall causes the bad guy to follow him, and track him just like the known entry method. This makes it easier for the bad guy to shoot, so they say the shooter can be expected to hit the officer more often.

In this case, the officer who makes the shots is the one who is not wearing the body armor, while the other is the one wearing it. The first officer is more likely to make the shots on the bad guy, since he’s the one without the body armor.

We call this a hybrid method because it combines the advantages of both a static shield and a moving shield. In this technique, you move toward the threat in a static shield, so you can protect your officer while he or she approaches the threat. Once the officer is moving toward the threat, you’ll use a moving shield to provide cover.

The first officer moves straight for the door. The second officer stays in the center where he’s safe and if the bad guy shoots he can easily take him out.

GameFace GF76 Kit Specs

Max Velocity375 fps
Overall Length29.0″
Weight6.28 lbs
Suggested forSkirmishing
Shot Capacity350
BarrelSmooth bore
Front SightPost
Hop UpYes
MaterialMetal/ABS plastic
Body TypeRifle

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Gamo P25 air pistol Review #60

Gamo P25

Gamo P25 Air Pistol

This Gamo P25 Pistol is a semiautomatic with 12-gram. It is operated with CO2 cartridge with 16-rd pellet magazine. Gamo P25 Pistol is a blowback action air rifle

The Gamo P25 Blowback CO2 powered air pistol has the blowback feature. This innovative technique provides a realistic action and an authentic look and feel utilizing a small portion of air to move the slide backward when firing.

Gamo P25

A rifled steel barrel and textured grip are both features of this new air pistol that is capable of 450fps with Gamo’s PBA Platinum Pellets. You can use wadcutter pellets for best performance, and to avoid any possible jams.


Gamo P25 Air Pistol Feeling

This is one of my favorite air pistols ever made, for many reasons, but mainly for its light weight, easy trigger pull, and a really nice sight picture.

If you want a reliable pellet gun that is accurate, this is the one for you. I bought one a few years ago and used it quite a bit, so I thought I’d pass on my experience to you. I used it a lot for pest control and found it to be quite useful.

Very accurate, a real tack driver. The combination of the rifled barrel and a crisp two stage trigger is a real winner. It shreds tin cans at 30 feet and puts multiple shots in the same hole.

We were extremely happy with the fit of the Gamo PT-85. The rifle was really tight, and when I took it to the range for the first time I couldn’t believe how well it fit. It felt as if I could hardly take it off, and it shot extremely well.

Trigger Pull

The trigger pull on the Gamo P25 is good, but it’s quite a bit longer than the other two I tested. It requires a bit of force, which can be good or bad depending on how you like your weapons.

After you’ve overcome your initial reservations, the next stage is the trigger, which is surprisingly easy to do.

Most shooting will happen in a single action where the blowback pre-cocks the slide for consecutive shots.

To switch the hammer from single-action to double-action you first need to cock the hammer. Then, when you shoot the trigger, if the hammer does not automatically go forward then the trigger pull will be heavier because it’s in double action mode.


I’m sure that my new gun is going to be the envy of everyone at the next gathering of the club, and I’m so excited about this new addition to our family!

This model is a semi-automatic that fires from both an open and closed bolt. It’s a pretty darn good weapon, which is why it was chosen for the M4A1 Carbine.

It’s difficult to get a straight line chronograph test because airguns tend to behave differently at different pressures, but the 8 shot Chronograph test that I conducted did not indicate any noticeable difference in power between these two models.

Both Gamo Blowback pistols got three good magazines and then one questionable magazine before the CO2 was all used up so don’t expect to get much shots per CO2 from each airgun.


These P25 and PT-85 firearms are not replicas of real firearms, they have realistic functioning parts, they look exactly like a firearm, and are meant to be used for recreation or to demonstrate their workings to others.

Yes they are very realistic as far as what defines the look and feel of a gun but not really a replica because they are not intended to be a replica.

Gamo P25 Air Pistol Testing

Gamo P25 is a 16-shot blowback pellet pistol. Today is accuracy day with the Gamo P25 air pistol. I inserted a fresh CO2 cartridge into the gun, loaded both of its 8-shot rotary clips, and then slid the magazine into the grip.

I shot the pistol at 10 meters, which seems appropriate for a gun of this type. I shot it rested with a two-hand hold and my arms resting on the sandbag but the pistol free to move. The pistol has open sights that aren’t adjustable.

If the target had not been illuminated well by a flashlight, the sight could not have seen the dots. But by shooting into the darkness and holding the target at a fixed position, I made the target visible and my shot was accurate.

I don’t think it makes much difference. However, when you see the target, I’m sure you’ll agree. The P25 has blowback, so all shots except the first are single-action. I therefore cocked the hammer for that first shot, so all shots were single-action.

If you want to learn the most accurate way to shoot a handgun, use RWS hobby pellets. They are the first wadcutter ammunition I’ve used. Because they’re wadcutters, they leave good holes in the target paper that are visible from the firing line. The pistol shot Hobbys to the left, as you can see.

The sights are not adjustable on this pistol, which means it has to be aimed off or with Kentucky windage. It’s a good idea to measure the size of the group to see if it might be smaller than 8 shots in 2.169 inches at 10 meters. Perhaps one of the other pellets will do better.

Eight RWS Hobby pellets went into 2.169 inches at 10 meters. They then did a bit of test shooting with the same gun to try out the match wadcutters. Some of these pellets were very accurate and others less so. The P25 I’m testing isn’t one of them.

8 pellets hit the mark to 2.894 inches at 10 meters. The other groups didn’t reach the same point of impact as the RWS Hobbys, but they did hit more or less the same place, and all groups hit the target better than the groups in this study.

Crosman’s Premier lites Next, I had been shooting for a long time and this was one of the first times that I had shot some Crosman Premier lites. I had seven of them going at 1.624 inches. But two of them actually went way over to the left.

Eight Crosman Premier lites went into.1,624 inches at 10 meters. This was the best group of this test. The last pellet I tried was the Gamo Raptor PBA. We know from the velocity test that these pellets go the fastest in the P25, but now we’ll see how accurate they are.

For a typical 12-gauge shotgun, eight PBA pellets would make an “interior” grouping pattern.

The blowback action is quick, crisp and comes as close to the recoil of a.22 rimfire pistol as I’ve experienced in any air pistol. It’s light, has very few stops and starts, and I have learned to get used to it after a few sessions.

Bottom line: The lack of adjustable sights means you have to find a pellet that shoots to center and is also accurate. You’ll need good eyesight and a keen sense of smell. The pellets that work best for a shooting challenge like this are ones that shoot to the center and are also accurate.

Gamo P25 Specs

Max Velocity450 fps
Overall Length7.75″
Weight1.5 lbs
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Shot Capacity16
Front SightBlade
Rear SightFixed
Trigger ActionDouble-Action & Single-Action
Body TypePistol

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Umarex M712 Full-Auto CO2 BB Pistol Review #59


Legends M712 Full-Auto CO2 BB Pistol

A look at the new M712 Full-Auto CO2 BB Pistol from Umarex. The M712 is a single-shot, full-auto air pistol that uses the.177 caliber BB as the ammunition.

For the best BB replica, get the most realistic one ever. The Legends M712 is so cool that it fires full auto. You’ll be able to fire more shots before reloading. If you’re looking for the meanest-looking BB replica gun ever, it’s definitely the Legends M712.

This is the fastest pistol we’ve ever seen. It combines realistic appearance, operation, and selection of semi-auto and full-auto modes to make this pistol a “no brainer” choice. Whether you’re buying it for your self, or for your child, you’re going to smile.

There’s no major downside to the M712, though the shooting angle is quite high. It’s more accurate than the M300, but not as reliable as the M450. It’s one of the highest shooting pistols, though.



The chance of ever owning an original firearm version of this firearm is vanishingly small, incredibly difficult and it will cost you a huge amount of money.


In terms of smiles per hour of full-auto fun, the Legends M712 is in a league of its own. And at an MSRP of around $110, nothing comes close. A variety of different types of medical devices have been developed for introduction into a patient’s body.


The Legend M712 full-auto CO2 BB pistol is an outstanding replica of the Mauser Model 1932 selective fire military pistol, usually known by its German designation “Schnellfeuer”.Efficacy of nimesulide in prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting in laparoscopic cholecystectomy: a randomized, double-blinded trial.

There are a number of companies who are producing quality replicas of the Mauser C96. In the USA the Legends version of this weapon is sometimes known as the “Mauser M712”. They look very similar to the original firearm.

The only real appearance negative is the grey powder-coat finish. You can’t get bluing, and the lightening cuts that appeared in the original were cut off and left visible machining marks.

In the replica, the lightening cuts are a molded part of the frame. And, OK, the lanyard ring really should be somewhat more substantial… But these should not detract from the amazing realism displayed by the Legends M712 full-auto CO2 BB pistol.

The correct Schnellfeuer hammer is fitted, the magazine drops away from the frame in the correct fashion, and you must have the correct tools for that tool as well. (Non-Schnellfeuer Broomhandles were loaded from the top with a stripper clip and the magazine was an integral part of the frame).

There’s a selector switch of the correct pattern and in the correct location, as well as the safety and sights. The rear sight – just like the original – really belongs on a Mauser 98 military rifle.

Why would anyone put such sights on a pistol? That’s just ridiculous. The sight must have been added after they found out about the German origin of the Mauser rifle.

This made the Broomhandle a carbine. The wooden holster was attached to the frame of the pistol using a slot in the rear of the frame.

The original stock will fit perfectly in the Legends M712. It was designed to exactly replicate the original finish, so it is almost impossible to improve upon the look of this stock! The grips are molded from a natural wood composite with a genuine, high-gloss wood finish.

In case you’ve been living under a rock, you might not know this but the Mauser M712 is a real firearm. It’s the original weapon of choice for a lot of gun enthusiasts. Some people even refer to them as the “Legends”.

This was the German World War Two ordnance code for Carl Walther. However, it’s a joke for those in the know, as Walther has been owned by Umarex for many years. Of course the Broomhandle wasn’t made during the Second World War, nor was it ever made by Carl Walther, but someone at Umarex couldn’t help themselves when marking it “ac”.


Accuracy and point of impact, the handling of this M712 Legend replica are almost identical to that of the firearm original. The lack of inherent “pointability” of the original was a disadvantage of the firearm and this has been faithfully reproduced by this M712 replica.

The HAM M712 full-auto CO2 BB gun was accurate out to 6 yards. It performed well with all standard HAM BBs except for the Crosman Copperheads.

Best accuracy was achieved using the Umarex Steel BBs. These gave a 10 shot group of just under 1 inch at 6 yards, although the group opened up a lot at 10 yards as you can see from the target below.

For a pistol, the Legends M712 tested by HAM has performed fairly well. However, there is a slight lack of windage adjustment, which could be problematic if you need to account for different shooting conditions.

Of course, the Broomhandle Mauser was never intended to be a precision target pistol. Personally, I’d be very pleased to achieve targets like this with my old firearm C96!

It’s important to note that the HAM testers did not find the rifle accurate when firing the.223 round, and that the barrel must be properly bedded to prevent excessive case growth.

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This held the shots on target, and the warmth of my hand helped to limit the cooling effect of shooting. Full auto one-handed in a long burst will scare even a paper target. But don’t expect to actually hit too much!

This is a serious machine for serious use only. Its full auto mode requires extra care for safety so make sure you have safety glasses or something similar on at all times when operating this gun. Be very aware of your surroundings when you’re in the vicinity of a fully automatic weapon.

Yeah, they should be. But double-check before you move that selector switch to “R”!


Umarex claims a muzzle velocity of 360 FPS for the Legends M712. But HAM testing showed muzzle velocities ranging from 340 to 390 FPS. For these tests, we used a more accurate gauge than the one included with the rifle (a standard.243 caliber scope). The muzzle velocities we got in the higher range are probably more accurate than what the Umarex folks will claim.

It’s clear from the test targets that these were always the first shots in a string. Given that HAM testing was undertaken at a range temperature of 67 degrees F, which is low for a CO2-powered airgun, it’s clear that the manufacturer’s muzzle velocity claim for the M712 will be met, or even exceeded, in warmer temperatures.

Another claim is that the M712 is an 18-shot.177 caliber bolt action BB pistol. In HAM testing, we consistently loaded 20 BBs at a time into the magazine without any problems. Again the manufacturer’s claims were exceeded.


The most consistent and most dependable way to improve is by training, practicing, and drilling for as many rounds as possible.

As we anticipated, the muzzle velocities were very low in the semi-auto mode. The most consistent values were under 150 FPS with Standard Deviations around 10 FPS or less.

A variety of methods can be used to conduct HAM testing. Our method involved firing the pistol at a stationary target at a distance of 1 meter with a total test time of 2 minutes. We fired 10 rounds at the target.

The Crosman’s other feature is the new SuperFlash that has a patented system that allows the gun to fire BBs with up to 10 times the muzzle energy of other conventional systems.

As we’ve seen, the HAM Testing shows us that the Legends M712 full-auto CO2 BB pistol delivers no misfires.


THE LEGEND M712 BB PISTOL replica fires the same weight BBs that the real M712 does. The bolt moves back and forth by pushing on the wings in front of the hammer. Pulling back on the wings cock the M712 BB Pistol replica bolt.

The selector switch can be set to “N” for semi-automatic fire. Turning it to “R” sets the gun to “rock and roll” mode, and to a big smile! Note, though, that there is no hold open on the Legends M712.

After the magazine is emptied of its 18 BBs, the gun will continue to fire full auto until you release the trigger, even though most of these shots will be blanks. The single action trigger pull is a military grade 5 lbs. plus.

You’ve got to love that safety lever. It allows the shooter to fire the HAM.45 without pushing a button. It also provides an easier grip with your index finger off of the trigger. It is easy to shoot with one hand and still have a firm grip on the HAM with the other.

The original Mauser Broomhandle firearm was infamous for its unreliable safety mechanism, and there have been many improvements to make the safety better. Some of the safety improvements have even proven to be 100%. 

This new model is more accurate than the old and the felt recoil is gone, making this one of the most pleasant firing handguns. 45 caliber would be ideal for concealed carry, but .357 magnum would make a perfect home defense handgun if you live in a high crime area.

Both of these upgrades enhance the shooting experience – at least in the HAM team’s opinion! So we’re expecting a stripped-down, easy-to-strip, bolt-action, semi-automatic pistol that should be very reliable in the field.

The C96 Broomhandle mechanism was very intricate, and the M712 Broomhandle even more so. I had to send the Broomhandle back to the factory because I couldn’t get it back together after having taken it apart for a field stripping attempt.

I highly recommend this shotgun to anyone who likes a little bit of action in their shooting experience, especially if they are a novice. This gun does everything a BB gun should do, but the safety is actually designed differently than other BB guns.

If it weren’t for the difference in price between the Colt Navy revolver and the Smith & Wesson revolver, you wouldn’t even notice the difference. It’s less obvious than the difference between revolvers made by different manufacturers.


There are times when you’ll want more shots than a fully automatic can give, and you can get those extra shots with the EAA Legend M712. In HAM testing, semi-auto fire gave only 55 shots from one CO2 cartridge.

When you’re firing at full auto, you’re likely to have much lower shot counts than when using semi-auto.

It’s very easy to cycle, and using it will give you lots of energy.


LEGENDS M712 FULL-AUTO CO2 BB PISTOL TESTED BY HAM The best full-auto CO2 BB pistols have been tested by HAM for accuracy, consistency, and reliability over many thousands of rounds.

That should be plenty for paper punching and some close range plinking, but still not for hunting any type of critter under any circumstances.


The overall appearance and finish of the Legends M712 is very good. Yes, the finish is a powder coat and not the deep bluing of the firearm original. However, the finish is close in comparison to the blued steel finishes on the real firearms. Plus it’s easy to apply and does require no sanding prior to finishing.

In the image above, look at the mark around the “S” of the safety in the photograph. But take note of the very realistic appearance of the “wood” grips. These are the only external parts that are made of plastic. Everything else is metal.

That replica revolver retails for more than $100 is so real that it’s really tough to complain about its quality.


You’re right. It’s not designed to be repaired. The magazine can be replaced simply by replacing the magazine.

Having multiple magazines loaded with CO2 and BBs is a great idea if you’re going to be shooting full auto. The best way to make sure you have plenty of ammo on hand is to preload several magazines with the ammo you need before you head out on your next shooting adventure.

The BB Gun magazine is the M712’s worst part. It has a pretty good design and it’s cheap to make. All in all, it’s still better than the slowest ones out there. The only thing is that it comes with only a single magazine.

This sounds expensive, but it’s not really when you look at the size, weight, finish, and complexity of the magazine. Buy a ton of 12 gram CO2 cartridges.

The tool is needed to install the CO2 cartridges. Of course, a standard Allen (hex) wrench will work. If you lose this, it will be useful to know that it is a 6mm metric.

Most BB-firing replicas from Umarex provide a 90-day warranty. However, ASG and SIG only provide a 60-day warranty. Crosman gives up to 18 months warranty on its BB replica pistols, making it one of the best at the current time.

Legends Air Pistol is packaged very well. It has a strong card box and molded foam insert. Shipping will not affect the condition of the air gun, regardless of how much it’s handled.

The gun comes with a detailed instruction manual, but it’s missing a key fact that’s vital for safe usage – namely, that the bolt must be pulled back (grip those wings), then released, before the gun can be fired.

The manual is pretty comprehensive and easy to understand, although not that easy to navigate. You can select the language you want to use and the manual is in English, French and Spanish. Also included is a leaflet explaining how to register your airgun (for warranty purposes) and a useful “Airgun Safety Rules” leaflet.

This is an extremely safe, easy to use airgun. If you follow the safety instructions and use it correctly, you’ll have fun with it, too.

Legends M712 Full-Auto Specs

Max Velocity360 fps
Overall Length12.0″
Weight3.1 lbs
Trigger Pull4.5 lbs
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Muzzle Energy1.47 ft/lbs
Barrel Length5.5″
Shot Capacity18
BarrelSmooth bore
Front SightBlade
Rear SightAdjustable for elevation
Trigger ActionSingle-Action
MaterialFull metal
Body TypePistol
Fixed/adj. powerFixed

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Dan Wesson CO2 BB Dual Ammo #58

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Dan Wesson CO2 BB Dual Ammo

The Dan Wesson CO2 BB revolver is a semi-automatic pistol that uses.45 ACP ammunition. It is chambered for the.45 ACP cartridge. It is a single action revolver with a 4 inch barrel.

Weight is good and looks close to a real pistol. I’m not sure why you wouldn’t buy this gun at full price – if you are interested in shooting airsoft pistols, this is a great starter gun.

The cylinder is loose and has to much play when the hammer is pulled back to shoot. You should be able to rotate it about 1/16 to 1/8 inch side to side. The cylinder should be tight with no play (minimal 1/64 inch).

The trigger pull on the Daniel Wesson 715 feels lighter than the Remington 1875 and the Schofield. If you like a lighter trigger pull, this gun will be right up your alley.

The sights are very nice. The handle for changing the CO2 needs a lot of work, it’s feels loose after first use. Buy this Air Pistol it’s a lot of fun to shoot.


Dan Wesson Firearms Introduction

Dan Wesson Firearms is one of the premier manufacturers of handguns. Headquartered in Norwich, New York, DW is one of the few American companies with a factory, and a huge percentage of its business comes from the United States.

Dan Wesson Firearms is famous for its expertise in revolvers and for certain types of ammunition it’s introduced over the years.

Dan Wesson

Daniel B. Wesson II was an employee of Smith & Wesson from 1938 until 1963. After the purchase of Smith & Wesson by Bangor Punta, Wesson set out to open his own manufacturing operation. He had been interested in firearms manufacture since the early 1930s. He believed it should be possible to design a revolver that would match or surpass the quality of the old “L.A. Smith” revolver and he would eventually prove himself right.

After a period spent in the military, Dan Wesson Arms Incorporated was incorporated in 1968 with its headquarters and production located in a former school building in Monson, Massachusetts. Dan Wesson was aware of gunmaker Karl Lewis’ modular designs, proposed during Lewis’ tenure with Browning and further refined during a period spent with High Standard.

Sometime in the early 2000s, Michael Wesson entered into an agreement with a local firearms manufacturer called Lewis Gun Company. His goal was to develop a line of rifles that could meet the growing demand for high-quality hunting and self defense rifles.

Wesson reworked the Model 15’s design, improving the appearance and correcting several detail faults. The revised model is now available in.357 Magnum and.22 Long Rifle calibers.

This is a really nice revolver, and with some practice and technique you’ll soon be shooting like a pro. You can even try out your new skill on the range.

The design of the new Wesson Arms model was a radical departure from the standard Colt revolver designs of the day, and the stainless steel barrel and shroud proved to be a popular choice for shooters and police officers alike.

The original Monson facility and production equipment were outdated and production costs had risen, so they were no longer profitable. So, the company went bankrupt in 1990. They were moved to Palmer Massachusetts and renamed Dan Wesson Firearms.

In 1995, Bob Serva purchased the company and its assets, moving it to Norwich, New York, where it is currently located. He sought to diversify his product line by bringing in a popular series of high quality M1911A1-type pistols in various calibers.

Due to the high demand for the product, it is now offered at a much lower price. In 2003, after its success in the USA, the company sold the company to the CZ Group’s American branch.

Dan Wesson Revolvers

There’s something about the Dan Wesson revolver that just appeals to me. They’re a fun gun to shoot, and I enjoy working with them. I’ve bought at least four of these beauties over the years.

Lewis created an interchangeable barrel system for revolvers, and it was incorporated into the Dan Wesson prototype. The Lewis system is almost universally used, and every revolver is built this way.

By unscrewing the muzzle nut, the shroud and barrel could be removed and replaced with different barrel lengths and shroud configurations. The fact that the Double Weapon barrel is supported and placed under tension at both ends (along with the ability to fine-tune barrel-cylinder gap) results in a remarkably accurate revolver design.

A major difference in the new design is the placement of the cylinder release latch. Other revolvers place this latch on the frame, behind the cylinder. Dan Wesson revolvers have the latch mounted on the cylinder crane, which was intended to increase the strength of the revolver by placing the locking mechanism at the point where the cylinder crane fits into the frame.

A new design was the use of a coil mainspring, which Lewis had pioneered in the design of the Colt Trooper revolver. Flat-spring revolvers must have a metal frame to anchor one end, while the other contact the hammer.

If it’s hard to get started in the first place, you could start off with the right tool for the job and then slowly add to your equipment as you go. But you might also want to consider starting with a more comprehensive setup, so that you’re not just making up for the shortcomings of your tools.

The lack of a steel frame outline enables a wide variety of grip sizes and styles, as any grip that can accept the short mainspring housing can be used. The first interchangeable barrel revolvers produced were the Dan Wesson Models W8, W9, W11, and W12, all medium-frame size revolvers chambered in.38 Special or.357 Magnum.

All four of the Winchester World War Two era rifles have fixed or adjustable rear sights. The two earlier models have barrels and their accompanying stocks that can be interchanged with other Winchesters, while the later two models can be fitted with a telescopic sight.

This gun has a two-inch barrel, but is actually a 6-inch model. It’s one of the earliest six-shooter revolvers manufactured and is one of the rarest.

It’s recommended that you purchase a custom barrel nut wrench and a feeler gauge to perform your own barrel changes. The wrench and the feeler gauge are supplied with each gun.

Models 14 and 15

The best handguns are the Models 14 and 15. In 1971, they were first introduced in.357 Magnum caliber. They continued to use the “pork chop” barrel assemblies, but the muzzle nuts were redesigned and recessed inside the shrouds to improve their looks.

When we look at the performance of the Model 15 compared to previous single-shot models of that caliber, it’s clear that this is a better performing and more accurate rifle than either the old.410 shotgun or the previous Model 12.

The Model 15-2 became the most well-known and best selling Dan Wesson revolver model to go into production.

To get the best performance from your 15-2, you will need to make sure that the roll pin is inserted into the frame where it will provide centering and alignment. Then, drill a hole in each shroud assembly that is perfectly aligned with the roll pin. This way, you won’t have to worry about your 15-2 misbehaving.

The original Glock 17 Gen 5 is considered the most reliable pistol ever made. The 15-2 offers more barrel and shroud choices, including barrel/shroud lengths of 2.5, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 15 inches, partial or fully lugged shrouds with choices of solid or ventilated ribs, plus removable and interchangeable front sights.

It doesn’t matter which vintage barrel you are using, if it’s a model 15-2, that means you can use all barrels and shrouds from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and 2010s.

Large Frame Magnum Models

The Dan Wesson Company introduced a large-framed revolver in 1980. This revolver was intended for hunters and target shooters (especially metal plate or silhouette target competitions). The company’s engineers made this revolver stronger than the Smith & Wesson Model 29 by using a single-piece frame without a separate side plate.

They also designed a solid frame that would not warp and thus made the gun easier to load. They also designed the revolvers to have broached rifling to help them hold tighter groups and eliminate feeding problems. The Dan Wesson‘s barrel shroud has a longer profile that is easier to use, and the barrel is choked to make it more accurate.

Like the Model 15-2, the Model 44 has a 2 1/2″ barrel/shroud configuration available as a separate option from the factory. It can be purchased with several different barrel/shroud combinations including one with a solid rib, one with a ventilated rib, and one with no barrel at all.

The Model 44 could also be obtained with a “power control” barrel compensator. It was a stainless steel barrel drilled radially at the muzzle end with a series of small ports. These vents on the top of the barrel shroud vented excess gas and reduced apparent recoil of the gun, although this feature eliminated the option of using cast lead bullets because lead and carbon accumulation.

At the time, the model was the lightest recoiling.44 magnum ever produced. Light recoil was a side benefit of IHMSA silhouette competitions.

The Model 44’s high level of intrinsic accuracy, combined with an excellent trigger, and fast lock time, caused a surge in popularity of the Model 44 in heavy caliber revolver competition, though the gun was also popular with handgun hunters and sportsmen who desired a gun for personal protection against bears or other large predators.

After the Power Control’s development and testing was completed, it was decided to add a compensator to the power control. When the compensator was dropped, Dan Wesson then released their Large Frame revolver in other calibers, including.41 Magnum 

Dan Wesson CO2 BB Dual Ammo Specs

Max Velocity426 fps
Overall Length11.73″
Weight3.5 lbs
ScopeableWeaver mounts
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Barrel Length5.35″
Shot Capacity6
BarrelSmooth bore
Front SightBlade
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
Trigger ActionDouble-Action & Single-Action
MaterialMetal/ABS plastic
Body TypePistol
Fixed/adj. powerFixed

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Kral Puncher NP03 PCP Carbine, Synthetic Stock  With Scope Installation Step #57

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Kral Puncher NP03 PCP Carbine

The Kral Puncher NP03 pistol is a high power bolt-action rifle that features an adjustable gas chamber. It is chambered in.22 caliber. The power range is adjustable, and the rifling is in a right hand twist with a 30 degree fluting. The synthetic stock has a Weaver rail attachment to mount a scope and accessories.

kral np03

Forearm mounted Weaver/Picatinny rail for accessories. 1/8″ BSPP fill probe. Lightweight, easy to operate, and highly adjustable, The Kral NP03 PCP Carbine is value-packed at a relatively entry-level price point.

The tactical AR-10 has a 20″ heavy barrel and a 3″ rifled barrel and uses the same basic operating principle as a rifle, but with a magazine holding 10 rounds. It uses the same type of ammunition that is used in a standard rifle, so it should not require any modifications.


This Kral NP03 has plenty of desirable features beyond the stock. It comes with two spring-loaded magazines, and the smooth side lever action makes it quick to get back into shooting position after a long wait for your target.

This rifle has a Kral NP03 rifled barrel and power adjuster, and it has a two-stage adjustable trigger. It’s comfortable, accurate, and rugged enough to handle anything you throw at it.

The NP03 features a combo rail that allows for both 11mm dovetail rings or weaver rings to be used. Fill the NP03 with enough air for 3 magazines of shots by using the included fill probe, and you’ll enjoy two magazines of shots without needing a refill.

An excellent airgun at a great price, the Kral NP03 Puncher is available in three sizes: the compact.177-caliber model, the standard.22 caliber model and the larger.25-caliber model. Each model features an adjustable choke that helps reduce kick, a rugged synthetic stock and a precision-made barrel for accurate shot placement.

Kral Puncher NP03 PCP Carbine Feeling

The best hunting rifle for the money is the Kral Arms Puncher NP03. It’s compact, light weight and easy to handle. It’s also very accurate. It’s a great gun for beginners and it’s very affordable.

I love this refile. It has a good feel and a sweet trigger. The only thing that would have improved this gun is if it came with a case. That way I could have kept it for when I need to get out to the range and take some practice shots with it. I am currently looking at buying one of these.

This will work! I use this with the NP03 when I need to add it into the rear and it works great! It’s also used to connect things to my sound system and to make sure everything is working correctly.

Mounting a Scope in a Few Easy Steps

Mounting a scope on your new air rifle is an easy task. There are few people out there who don’t want to use a rifle scope; being able to see the target, especially if you have poorer eyesight, is a tremendous benefit to any shooter.


When you’re ready to start hunting, what should be the first thing you do? In this article, we’ll take a look at a number of topics including getting your game ready, and how to properly set up and load your gun for the best results.

First Steps to Mounting a Scope

This guide explains how to mount a rifle scope correctly for use on your firearm. The first step is to choose the correct size and style for your application. You can then adjust the scope to your firearm’s requirements.

It’s hard to find a scope with a common diameter (such as 1″ and 30mm) unless the optics are very high end, but if you need a scope tube, then you need a 30mm to 40mm objective bell size.

A scope with a higher magnification will have a higher diameter. When choosing a scope, the objective diameter and the eyepiece magnification should be considered when choosing a scope.


If you want to be an effective hunter and shooter, you’ll want to be sure to make sure you get a suitable scope that will give you the accuracy and functionality you need. The most common attachment methods are the 3/8th inch dovetail rail and the wider 13/16th inch rail.

For most air rifles, you can use a Weaver or Picatinny rail that is about 5/8ths of an inch wide. This general rule tells you whether a particular Weaver or Picatinny rail can be used in the same rifle as a Picatinny or Weaver rail.

Picatinny mounts, however, will not work on Weaver scope rails.

What to do Next to Easily Mount a Scope

Here’s how to easily mount a scope. Once you have the right combination of rings or one-piece mounts for your rifle, the next step is getting it all put together.

There are lots of products you can use to hold your gun steady while shooting. It can be as simple as a couple of rolled up blankets on the floor. If you don’t have anything like this, you can substitute a couple of rolled-up towels on your kitchen or shop table.

Make sure the rifle is level by holding it plumb in the air. Then, take a drill and set the bases onto the rails using the locking lugs. Weaver and Picatinny bases, by their nature, have locking lugs to prevent the bases from slipping either back or forward.

Dovetail bases are very easy to install, especially if you have the right hardware. You don’t need to worry about the base slipping out of place while you’re hunting or about your scope falling on its end and hitting a rock.

Some rifles equipped with an 11mm dovetail base will not have this hole present. These guns typically have a metal tab located at the back of the rail grooves. In this case, the rearmost ring must be set against this tab to prevent the ring from traveling backward while in use.

This is a great rifle scope for hunters who need the extra stability of an aluminum-profile scope, yet need to keep their gun light, too.

The scope rings are typically placed in relation to the locking pin holes on the rail and they work the same whether it’s a Weaver/Picatinny or dovetail rail.

Some rifles have bases that have a very generous eye relief so the scope will move forward and away from your eye. It’s a good idea to test fit the bases in those preferred locations and then set the scope in the base tight to make sure the scope will not move forward and away from your eye when you look through it.

Some screw rings are more shallow than others, and may require the scope to be mounted farther back inside the ring. It’s best to know where things need to be set before you begin tightening the screws in earnest.

You must make sure that the scope is compatible with your gun’s chamber and magazine well.

Mount Your Scope Slowly

Make sure you mount the scope slowly so you do not damage anything. After you begin turning the screws it is important to remember that they must be tightened as if they were big screws, but not ugga-dugga tight.

You should avoid drilling the pilot hole to far from the tip because the shank may break when you try to install the ring. Also make sure to not go through a soft surface, such as asphalt, for safety purposes.

I just got done buying a new set of adjustable wrench (with the correct size bit), and I know in my old set that I bought somewhere between 10 and 20 years ago, it was the right torque driver.


If you’re like me and don’t have a torque driver, just get the bottom screws of the base tight using your index and middle fingers. I don’t use my ring and pinkie fingers. It works fine without them.

Don’t lose your temper. A firm grip is a very personal thing, and it’s all about feel. If you’re shaking or loosening up a bit, your fist will probably feel flabby to the recipient. Keep your cool, and don’t be surprised if they back off.

You don’t have to set the scope exactly in the mounts as you did before. Now, once you’ve placed the scope, loosen the bases and remove them from the mounts.

You will keep the cap on the lens from beginning to end while focusing. So you need to get it right the first time by lining it up properly.

How To Tighten Scope Mount Screws

Installing the mounting ring caps is very easy to mess up. Even though there are many different types of cap sizes, you should proceed with caution so that even pressure is placed across the surface of the scope tube.

Make sure you don’t start with a screw and use your fingers to tighten it. If you start each of the screws and turn them down with your fingers, you’re safe. Just be careful with your finger tips because if the scope is in the tube and you accidentally crush the tube, that’s it. It’s done.

Once the head of the screws are getting close to the top of the cap, slow down and make sure the cap has an even amount of clearance on each side of the ring set. If one side has a larger gap than the other, back off the narrow side and tighten the larger side until the gap is even on both sides.

My favorite cap types are 6, 8, and 10 screw caps. I find that I get better results from the 6 screw caps if installed by threading the middle set of screws first, leaving the outside two sets of screws loose.

The gap is set, but it needs to be checked for unevenness before being tightened. Carefully follow the same steps as above and the gap should be even when done.

There’s not much difference between this mount and the one I used to own. They both work well, but this one allows for more adjustment on the rear ring. You can turn the rear ring to any position you want while the other one only allows for adjustment between forward and aft, which is a small limitation.

Scope Adjust for Wind Drift

If you’re not using a scope that automatically adjusts for wind drift (or if you just don’t trust your ability to do so), you’ll need to manually adjust the scope. This involves picking up the rifle, aiming at a known object or point in the distance, and then adjusting the reticle for wind drift.

The final tighten sequence can be a tedious process, especially with the 4 and 6 screw caps. But it needs to be done properly or your bottles could fail.

You must keep the pressure even as the screw is tightened so that it doesn’t distort and put pressure on just one part of the scope tube. Take your time and make 1/8th and 1/16th turns as needed until you reach the 15-20 in-lbs of torque required to seat the cap screws.


Once again, be sure to do the proper torque checking and make sure all the screws are in place properly before you start the laser welding process. Once you’re certain the welds have been made correctly, you can begin laser welding the parts together.

There are some products that can be purchased from retail shops that are designed to get rid of those annoying fine lines and wrinkles. For people that really want to get rid of those little wrinkles, then the absolute zero laser can be used to do the job.

Kral Arms Puncher NP03 Specs

Max Velocity750 fps
Overall Length34.25″
ButtplateSoft rubber recoil pad
Weight5.75 lbs
ScopeableWeaver & 11mm dovetails
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Caliber.25 (6.35mm)
Barrel Length16.0″
Shot Capacity10
Front Sightnone
Rear Sightnone
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
PowerplantPre-charged pneumatic
Max Shots per Fill25
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerMultiple settings
Cylinder Size180 cc

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Hatsan 135 QE Vortex Air Rifle #56

Hatsan 135 QE Vortex Air Rifle

Hatsan 135 QE Vortex air rifle is the first.30 caliber, big bore break barrel air rifle. It includes all the features that make Hatsan break barrels truly exceptional. It also features Hatsan’s Vortex gas piston.

The QuietShooter’s premium barrel is made from our German steel and features an internal sound moderator which helps to reduce noise while simultaneously reducing the barrel-to-muzzle jump and recoil.

The Hatsan 135 QE Vortex air rifle is an ideal knife for the hunting enthusiast and survivalist. It has an incredibly smooth and sharp VG10 stainless steel knife blade and a beautiful wood handles which has a diamond shaped satin finished stainless steel knuckle guard.

hatsan 135

When it comes to performance and accuracy, the Hatsan 590 Air Rifle is unsurpassed. Its SAS (shock absorber system) and rubber recoil pad help to reduce the felt recoil. It has a dovetail/Weaver rail system for mounting your choice of a scope.

The Hatsan 135 QE Vortex air rifle is an excellent all around air gun. It’s equipped with an adjustable green fiber optic rear sight and a fixed red fiber optic front sight. Its safety features include a manual safety, an automatic cocking safety, and an anti-bear trap mechanism.


The Hatsan 135 QE Vortex air rifle comes complete with a stunning Ambidextrous Turkish Walnut Stock. Features include a beautiful checkered grip and forend along with a Monte Carlo adjustable comb. The stock even features sling slots (sling not included).

Hatsan 135 QE Vortex air rifle is perfect for small and medium game hunting. It’s a high quality air rifle with plenty of features that makes it one of the best guns in its class.

There are many different features on this gun. It has automatic cocking safety. It has a resettable manual safety. It has anti-bear trap safety. It has a 11mm dovetail and Weaver optics rail with a metal scope stop. It has an ambidextrous stock. It has a Monte Carlo cheek piece. And it has Turkish walnut stock with checkering on its grip and forend.

The RAS-6 is an easy to set up and shoot gun that features a 6 pound recoiling buffer and a micro adjustable rear sight, which will allow for both windage and elevation adjustments. The adjustable sight allows the shooter to align the scope’s crosshairs with the target at 100 yards.

A muzzle-loading rifle is the most popular type of gun used for target shooting in the United States today, and is very similar to what hunters use in other countries. There are two main types of muzzle-loaders, single shot and repeating, and either one would make a great addition to your hunting arsenal.

Hatsan 135 QE Vortex Firing Mechanism

If you want to go hunting with an air rifle, this is an important part of the gun. It’s a gas-piston powered break barrel air rifle, meaning it cocks itself. So you don’t have to manually pull back the cocking lever.

The traditional spring-piston design of the AK74 has been used since its creation. The recoil forces have always been a problem, so the newest model has moved away from this design and replaced it with a gas-piston. Because of this, you no longer need to worry about spring-fatigue and spring-torque.

Plus, gas-pistons are usually more quiet than their spring-piston counterparts.

Better In Harsh Environment

Gas pistons have been improved to handle extreme temperature and are less likely to fluctuate in power during extreme temperature conditions.

Vortex gas-piston technology is ideal for anyone using a scope. It doesn’t make the rifle more prone to recoil, and it keeps the rifle from being rattled around.

How Many Shots Per Load

On the Hatsan 135 QE Vortex air rifle, the Vortex gas-piston fires one shot per load. This means that you’ll need to cock and load the gun for each shot. We know many people prefer repeater-equipped air rifles, but there is a benefit to this design.

Best Shooting Day for Single Shot Break Barrel Air Rifles

The best air rifle for all day shooting is a single shot, break barrel rifle. There is no need to worry about recharging the cylinder, and therefore you’ll never have to deal with the problems that come with an auto-loader.

What About The Trigger

The most important feature of every airgun is its trigger. Hatsan went to the trouble of fitting this airgun with a QUATTRO trigger, so you can shoot it accurately every time.

This is one of the best match triggers in this price bracket. It offers adjustable stage one and a fully adjustable stage two for the ultimate shooting experience. The safety and anti-beartrap are standard features.

While this finger safety will keep your fingers from being injured, it can also save your life if a weapon malfunctions.

Sights Should Always Be A Top Consideration

Sighting should always be a top consideration. This air rifle features excellent fiber optic sights. The rear sights are adjustable and colored green, while the front sight is red. This makes it easy to acquire your target for outstanding accuracy.

There are two features included in the best hunting air rifle that set it apart from the competition. One is a wide range of scopes that allow you to choose the best scope for your needs. Another is the optics rail, which allows you to attach different scopes.

A Few Details Of Minor Concern

The one minor complaint I have with this airgun is that it is a little on the heavy side. But other than that, I couldn’t ask for anything more.

This is a fine rifle. The bolt locking feature is a little cumbersome at times, but the gun performs extremely well. It is a great value, even if you have to deal with a few minor issues.

Hatsan 135 QE Vortex Price

I have been using this gun for a while now, it has worked for me well. It is a nice quality gun and easy to use. I would recommend this product.

The first shotgun I built was a single-shot 12gauge using a #4 shell with a #8 choke. It had a rifled steel barrel, adjustable match trigger and Weaver scope stop.

This new model has a fixed red TruGlo fiber optic front sight. The rear has a fully adjustable green TruGlo fiber optic sight and the mechanism to prevent a gun from firing if it is dropped is automatic. It’s designed to fit in the original frame of any.45 Colt-sized 1911 and is made of solid Turkish walnut.

Pistol grip with checkered, rubber recoil pad, and SAS. It’s 9.90 lbs. I’d recommend this if you have to carry your handgun often.

Hatsan 135 QE Vortex air rifle Break Barrel Air Rifles have all of the features that make Hatsan break barrels truly exceptional. They shoot smoothly and are reliable in both warm and cold weather.

The most desirable gun is the Mossberg 500, which is equipped with the Vortex gas piston, a beautiful Turkish walnut stock with an adjustable Monte Carlo cheekpiece, TruGlo fiber optic sights, a QuietEnergy rifled barrel, and the acclaimed Quattro 2-stage adjustable trigger.

This.30 caliber magnum gun now features 30 ft lbs of energy and has an all new double recoil mechanism. It has a very unique design, and when paired with a good quality scope, you don’t have to worry about it being beat up as you can still keep shooting it for hours.

Whatever caliber you choose, the Hatsan 135 QE Vortex air rifle is a handsome gun, loaded with phenomenal features.

Hatsan 135 QE Vortex Specs

Max Velocity1000 fps
Overall Length47.2″
Weight9.9 lbs
ScopeableWeaver & 11mm dovetails
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Caliber.22 (5.5mm)
Barrel Length10.6″
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort50 lbs
Front SightFiber Optic
Rear SightFiber Optic
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ActionBreak barrel
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerFixed

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Gamo PR-776 CO2 Revolver Review #55


Gamo PR-776 CO2 Revolver

The Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver Table Top is a high quality pellet pistol which is highly accurate and will give you a real challenge. It’s lightweight, easy to use, and a good weapon for your home defense. It can also shoot high powered.22 Long Rifle bullets, so if you have them, you can convert this to a 22 cal firearm.

The Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver has the traditional revolver trigger pull. The trigger is long and heavy, but it doesn’t feel as “jumpy” or stiff as it does in some of the other.177 pellets and pellets with this length of action. It feels quite smooth when squeezed.


The Gamo PR-776.177 caliber CO2 Pellet Revolver is a great weapon for your home protection and is the perfect weapon for plinking at targets. It’s short action allows for fast target acquisition and the very light trigger pull lets you squeeze off a shot without much effort.

The Replica Airguns is the best air gun on the market. You should buy this air gun if you are looking for a powerful and accurate.177 caliber air gun that shoots with amazing velocity and accuracy. This air gun shoots like a dream and is one of the best air guns on the market.

I fired four different pellets into the same spot from a distance of 15 feet to test the consistency of accuracy. The groupings ranged from 4 inches to 6 inches apart, which is pretty darn close for accuracy. 

It’s mostly all metal, except for the grips. It looks good, it feels great, and it just fits my hand perfectly. I don’t think it will come loose, and I also know that it won’t get caught on anything.


Shooting Feeling

This isn’t a problem when you are shooting or in a holster. It’s a good solid, solid feeling Airgun that fits nice and snug in the hand. The Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver looks good in the holster, and it doesn’t look like a fake.

The weight and feel for the Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver are perfect. It has a recessed barrel and a hidden CO2 crew. The only thing that would catch the eye is the cylinder size as it is a bit smaller than you would expect, but it’s chambering for.177 caliber pellets.

Two more shots per magazine, 8 versus 6. Comes with two metal 8 round magazines. Comes with two metal 8 round magazines. Traditional single and double action trigger. Traditional single and double action trigger. White dot front sight with fully adjustable rear sight.

The gun has a white dot front sight with fully adjustable rear sight. It’s in good shape and looks just like the picture.

Scope Sights

It is recommended that this gun has a dovetailed scope mount and you can add on a magnifier or red dot sight. It does not have a pistol grip so it is more difficult to pull the trigger when aiming down the sights.

This was my first time using this cartridge. I liked the tighter shot pattern with the Pellets. I wasn’t expecting to do that well with the pellets. Comments:This is a good starter cartridge for those who are looking to purchase a.22 pistol. I also like it because you can get it in a number of different loads from cheap to high end quality.

The.177 caliber Gamo PR-776 is a fun gun to shoot. It offers realistic looking cylinder but also has a moon clip magazine that allows for quick and easy reloading of eight rounds at a time.

The velocity or power of the Gamo PR-776 CO2 .177 Caliber Pellet Revolver was even a bit high than Gamo claims using PBA Platinum pellets since Gamo claims 400 fps using these 1 grain lead pellets. In my testing with close to 7 grain pellets, I’ve been able to achieve velocities up and over 400 fps.

The Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver comes in a variety of color choices and can be a great option if accuracy is of the utmost importance.

My Table Top Review for the Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver: This CO2 pellet.177 caliber is my personal favorite because it has great accuracy, and you can practice your shooting skills without disturbing other people in your house or having to go outside in the cold.


Pellets! Did I say pellets? Why, yes I did! What holds the pellets in the chambers, you ask? Just 8 ribs down the center of each chamber.

That was tried years ago with Gamo’s R77 revolver, and it worked. The eight ribs in each chamber hold the pellets in place.

Cylinder Swings Out

This swing out cylinder was invented by Smith & Wesson Firearms Company, and in 1935 it revolutionized the revolver business. The cylinder swings out on this machine, just like a revolver’s cylinder does.

I suppose it’s not dissimilar to a speedloader, in which the cylinder is moved to the left to reveal another cartridge, ready to be fired.

The Grip

The Beretta Pico Pistol features a fully machined lightweight receiver, adjustable trigger stop, adjustable rear sight, and full cocking indicator.

The grip is a high quality product that works well with both my 1911 and the Remington 700. It offers more control when firing from the shoulder and a smooth, crisp trigger pull.

This is a great weapon for someone who’s not left-handed but has trouble shooting the right. It has finger grooves on the front and a slight palm swell on either side, which feels like a custom fit when you hold the gun.

This is a large handgun. It’s like an L-frame Smith & Wesson, and it weighs only about 38 ounces when loaded. You know it’s a large revolver when you pick it up.


The front post has a white bead that makes accurate aiming impossible, but I’ll be painting it over temporarily for the accuracy test. A dot means fast acquisition and center-of-mass shooting, not precise aiming.

The top rib of the revolver is supposed to be a dovetail base for optical sights. I note that it’s extremely narrow, at just 7.84mm wide.

I’m not sure about the width. The gun will be a bit over 15mm thick, but I need to know the thickness of the material to be able to order it. I’ll see if I can find something that fits.

Which type of flashlight would be best? Lasers and flashlights! This one would be for laser pointers and pocket lighters.

Single And Double Action

Single- and double-action guns are both single- and double-action guns. Once, again, single-action is when the hammer is cocked manually before the shot. That also advances the cylinder and gives the best trigger-pull.

The PR-776 is available in two modes of operation: single-action and double-action. The single-action mode is the standard operating mode for the revolver and offers no stacking of the trigger.

It feels light enough to make shooting double-action fun.


Accuracy is important. You don’t want to drop your rounds in the dirt or into a tree if you don’t need to. You want the 9mm.357 load to put eight or more bullets into 1.25 inches of steel at 25 feet.

I do want to point out that the entire barrel moves inside its outer shroud, so accuracy will be something I’ll look at very critically. Guns with barrels that move back and forth are not known for their accuracy, but I can always hope.

Gamo PR-776 CO2 .177 Caliber Pellet Revolver Field Test

This is one of my favorite shooting systems. The Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver is a great pellet gun that shoots small caliber rounds and is capable of handling a wide range of tasks in the field. Read all about this gun on my blog post review.

This Field Test Shooting Video demonstrates the accuracy of the Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver. I determine the fps with my Chronograph, as well as a accuracy test shooting a paper target at a distance of 30 feet away.

Velocity Test

For the velocity test I placed a brand new CO2 Cartridge in the Gamo PR-776 CO2 .177 Caliber Pellet Revolver and shot five 9 grain lead pellets through it. I was expecting the 1 grain PBA Platinum pellets to shoot somewhere in the low to mid 300’s but they averaged out to 4115 fps.

The slowest shot I achieved was 396 fps while the fastest shot was 434 fps. The temperature was right around 24 degrees Celsius or 75 degrees Fahrenheit. For the next part of my Field Test Shooting Review I set up a new, brand new target and loaded up two eight-round magazines.

The Gamo PR-776.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver results are somewhat confusing, with some of the shots grouping together within about 1-2 inches of each other and others that were far further apart.

Gamo PR-776 Feeling

After my experience shooting my first few shots of the Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver using the RWS pellets I think it would be fair to say that these pellets were perfect for the gun. Inkjet printers are common, inexpensive devices used to print text and graphics directly onto various types of media, including paper, transparencies, fabric, foil, plastic film, and more.

The PR-776 Pellet Revolver is a great all purpose pellet pistol due to its small size, ease of handling, easy to pre-load shell, and high rate of fire. It’s also very accurate with a muzzle velocity of up to 430 fps.

We offer the Gamo PR-776 CO2.177 Caliber Pellet Revolver in Canada, at a price that is very competitive. The product can be purchased in Canada at a lower price than the same product in the United States. This allows us to sell products that would not be economical to sell in the United States.

Gamo PR-776 Specs

Max Velocity438 fps
Weight2.29 lbs
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Muzzle Energy3.12 ft/lbs
Barrel Length6.0″
Shot Capacity8
Front SightBlade
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
Trigger ActionDouble-Action & Single-Action
Max Shots per Fill70
Body TypePistol

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Walkie Talkie In Airsoft Team #54

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What to Consider When Looking For the Best Walkie Talkie for Airsoft

What to consider when choosing the best Walkie Talkie for airsoft. The world of handheld walkie talkie is muddled with technical jargon that is hard to understand. Therefore, buying the top rated walkie talkies for airsoft for a newbie is harder than necessary.

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Although you should follow these guidelines in order to get a quality one, with the guidelines listed here, you should be able to get a good one.


Build Quality and Durability

With the advent of newer and newer technologies, there are now more ways to stay connected than ever before. This includes smartphones, tablets, computer monitors and printers. These devices must withstand the test of time and the weather, especially since most of them are taken outside and exposed to harsh elements of the elements.

An extra pair of hearing aids should be considered a priority when choosing an in-ear or behind-the-ear hearing aid. Many patients choose a more expensive hearing aid for its aesthetics.

Hands Free Use

The best portable, high-quality, durable walkie talkie that you can use hands-free is one that can also be used without using the cord. With the cord, you can’t use it hands-free, which means that you have to keep your hands on your gun.

A belt clip also holds the walkie talkie securely on your waist so you don’t have to carry it in your hand.

Battery Time

I always get tired after an airsoft event. During events, even when I am not playing, my walkie talkie may still be used. Therefore, I prefer a battery time of more than 8 hours’ running time.

For those that want to play longer, a battery with a standby time of a couple of days is good. It also uses regular AA or AAA batteries. Therefore, it can carry some backup batteries in case the airsoft game continues.

Privacy Codes

The Sub-Channels tab lets you create different privacy combinations on your walkie talkie so you can set different code combinations for different people.

So you can communicate with your teammates and your opponents won’t hear a thing.

What to Look for When Buying a Walkie Talkie for Airsoft

What you should look for when buying a walkie talkie for airsoft. Walkie talkie transmission range – You should always remember to check for the possible transmission range of walkie talkie for airsoft in the first place. So that you can estimate your desired distance along with it.

In this article, the longest transmission range is 36 miles and the shortest one is 2 miles. The walkie talkie doesn’t always win because of its long transmission range. The audio quality you can hear will be most loud and clear in open spaces without large obstacles and noises.

This makes sense as the ideal location for receiving signals is a room with no obstructions such as walls or high ceilings, and the ideal method for transmitting signals is one with the least interference, such as a direct line from a base station.

The transmission range of your remote still matters a lot, even though it doesn’t play a big role anymore. When it comes to taking part in an airsoft game, it’s important to use privacy codes so that you can protect your conversations with teammates.

Two-way walkie talkies provide greater protection and security than just a single side channel. The more channels you own, the higher the possibility you can block unwanted external interference while sharing your private talks. The CTCSS and DCS codes can help to protect your privacy and block external sounds and signals from disrupting your private talks.

If you’re the type who is always on the go, then you will need a durable and strong mobile phone. These mobile phones are available with all sorts of different features, so you can easily find one that will match your needs.

I’ve got several walkie talkies and am happy with them all. But they are not as durable as I’d like them to be. Some are waterproof but the sound quality is poor. Others have excellent sound quality but are not waterproof. There aren’t many walkie talkies that are both waterproof and have good sound quality.

Imagine yourself in several water-related situations such as under the rain or water sports, and the regular walkie talkie can go off anytime. People normally take the hard plastic shell of an airsoft walkie talkie for granted, and the walkie talkies can’t be broken after a slight drop.

Actually, many walkie talkies have a large number of pressure-related problems, such as damaged speakers, broken connectors, and cracked displays. This is why you should always avoid sitting on your walkie talkie and always use an anti-pressure walkie talkie for airsoft.

Walkie Talkie Language

Learning how to speak in code or becoming familiar with walkie talkie language may sound ridiculous to some, but there are times when clear walkie talkie communication will be crucial.

It’s easy to understand and short, and it will get the message across clearly. Since these devices offer less than perfect audio quality when a person’s voice is transmitted over the audio waves, it can be difficult to understand them at times.

Cell phones need cell phone towers to communicate. Walkie-talkies do not. Because of this, civilians, military personnel, and even pilots will use the voice procedure.

This text allows the user to easily understand the message without using too many words. When you speak in a walkie-talkie the same way that you would when talking to a person sitting right next to you, communication tends to come out garbled.

Even the smallest and simplest words can be lost easily, which can be very frustrating. It’s important to use good voice procedures or basic walkie-talkie language if you want to clearly communicate with your group.

However, speaking clearly on your walkie-talkie is only half of what you need to do to get better at improving all types of communication. You should also learn how to use your walkie-talkie in order to better improve communication skills.

Speaking Clearly

You’ve got to know how to speak in code. Even if you use the right language, speaking clearly can be challenging if you’re using a walkie talkie. But knowing how to speak clearly will make it easier to do so.

Make sure that you speak clearly and enunciate each word, and then you can end the transmission. Start by queuing up the microphone by hitting the walkie talkie’s transmit button as soon as you begin speaking.

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It is important to also know that a walkie-talkie has a short time period until it will begin to transmit properly. For most people, speaking slowly and enunciating each word can be difficult and frustrating, especially in the event of an emergency.

There’s no substitute for speaking slowly and clearly when communicating over a walkie-talkie. The words tend to blur together and you’ll be hard pressed to understand what’s said. Speak slowly and clearly to ensure you’re easily understood.

Basic Walkie Talkie Protocol

We’ll cover some basic phrases that most walkie-talkies use, and how to become comfortable communicating with them. With a little practice, you’ll be able to talk to your loved ones, and even have fun and enjoy yourself with your fellow walkie-talkie users!

You may hear the terms “walkie-talkies” and “handie talkies” being used in conjunction with each other frequently. This is because many of the older devices that were around before the advent of cellphones are still being used and have the same basic functions as the newer models.

Affirmative: Yes Negative: No Disregard: Ignore previous message Copy: Message understood Go Ahead: I’m listening Mic check: Is my walkie talkie working? Loud and clear: I can hear you Go again: Please repeat the last transmission Roger: Understood Stand by: I’m busy but I acknowledge you’re calling me Over: I’m done speaking Out: Transmission ending Wilco:

Usage Tips

These hand-held walkie talkies are very easy to use. They can help you stay in close contact with family and friends, when you’re in a place with poor cell phone reception, and they’re very easy to operate.

It’s very important to follow a few basic tips when using walkie-talkies. First, have a meeting with your group and agree on a channel everyone will use. You may also want to suggest call times, so you can check in with others in your party.

To save your battery life, you should know how to repair a walkie talkie. In case your walkie talkie experiences a performance dip on your most recent camping trip, then you’ll want to keep it fully charged and ready to go at all times.

When going on an outdoor adventure, having the proper equipment is key. Before you head out, ensure everyone contributes to the purchase of a high-quality set, and don’t go for the cheapest one you can find.

You should consider purchasing a set or pack that is expandable, so you can purchase more items as members join your group or if one of your devices breaks.

Ten Codes: What Are They

These are the International Morse Code (International Telegraph Alphabet) that the United States Military uses to communicate.

These codes vary from department to department and are used mainly by the police force.

There are codes listed below that can help you use the walkie-talkie for a variety of purposes.

They all have the number 10 at the beginning and then a couple random numbers to form meaning.

10-1= Transmission unreadable

10-2 = Receiving well

10-3 = Stop transmitting

10-4 = Message received

10-5 = Relay message to ___

10-6 = Busy, please stand by

10-7 = Out of service, leaving the air

10-8 = In service, subject to call

10-9= Please repeat the message

10-20= Please state your location

10-21 = Call by telephone

10-22 = Report in person to

10-23 = Stand by

10-24 = Completed last assignment

10-25 = Can you contact _____

10-26 = Disregard last information

10-85 = My address is _____

10-91 = Talk closer to the microphone

10-93 = Check my frequency on this channel

There are many different signals that a police officer might use to request something like “all units within range report”, “emergency traffic” or “negative contact”, but none of these are very commonly used by anyone outside of the

Most Important Walkie Talkie Phrases

Let’s look at some more phrases that people most commonly use. They’re used by a film crew while shooting movies. So let’s look at some phrases that you can use.

Copy= Message understood

Go again= Did not understand the message

Disregard= Ignore the previous message

Eyes on= Spotted something

Negative= No

Lock it up= Don’t let anyone enter

On it= Doing what you asked me to

Flying in= Something ( you asked for) is coming

Roger/ roger that= Understood the message

Walkie check= To see if your walkie talkie is working

Stand by= Busy at the moment

Going of walkie= Won’t use the walkie talkie anymore

What’s your 20= Where are you?

Wilco= message was received and understood

Standard Walkie Talkie Codes

We can’t go into how the codes work and how they function in depth, that is for another lesson. But we can go into how we communicate through our walkie talkies. There are a few standard codes, that are known and understood by most.

As long as the word “emergency” is included in it, it will not be difficult to use this code. So, if anyone is using this code, he/she can easily recognize and understand it, even if it’s used in a different industry.

You can also use other standard walkie talkie codes. Before starting, many people like to check the microphone by saying, “mic check” or “initial check.” These are all examples of standard walkie talkie codes that you can easily remember.

Great! These are fun, and they’re useful in case of emergency.

Walkie Talkie Recommendation in Airsoft Game

UV5R Walkie Talkie With Earpiece


walkie talkie
  1. Frequency Range:136-174 & 400-520MHz
  2. Dual Band, Dual Display, Dual Frequency,Dual Standby
  3. Output Power:5/1Watt
  4. 128 Storage Channels
  5. 50 CTCSS and 104 CDCSS
  6. Buit-in Vox Function
  7. 1750Hz Brust Tone
  8. FM Radio(65.0MHz-108.0MHz)
  9. LED Flashlight

BF 888S Walkie Talkie


bf 888s
  1. Frequency Range: 400-470MHz
  2. Channel Capacity: 16
  3. Operated Voltage: 3.7V
  4. Battery Capacity: 1500mAh Li-ion
  5. Battery Life (5-5-90 duty cycle): About 10hours
  6. Frequency Stability: ± 2.5ppm
  7. Operated Temperature: -20 ° c- + 60 ° c
  8. Antenna Impedance: 50 Ω
  9. Dimensions: 97.36mm × 57.2mm × 29.3mm
  10. Transmitter
  11. RF Power Output: ≤5W

Two Way Amateur Walkie Talkie

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  1. Durable Wear Resistant,Sensitive and durable
  2. Environmental protection PC
  3. Rubber keyboard
  4. Dual-band handheld transceiver with display function
  5. FM radio receiver (65MHz-108MHz)
  6. Built-in LED flashlight

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United States Army Special Force Secret #53

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United States Army Special Forces

The United States Army Special Forces is the Army component of the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) which is composed of small, highly specialized teams of Special Forces soldiers. JSOC teams are trained and equipped to conduct unconventional warfare missions against military forces and guerrilla groups in other countries. They are also trained and equipped for foreign internal defense, or FID, missions within the U.S.

Special force


United States Army Special Forces Mission

The Army’s primary mission is to train and lead unconventional warfare forces. The 10th Special Forces Group is the first deployed SF unit, intended to train and lead a clandestine guerrilla force in an occupied nation.

It was realized that guerrilla warfare specialists could also be useful against hostile guerrillas, so Special Forces got involved in what’s known as foreign internal defense (FID), working with host nation (HN) forces in a range of counter-guerrilla activities from indirect support to command.

While they are best known for their unconventional warfare capabilities, they also undertake other missions that include direct action raids, peace operations, counter-proliferation, counter-drug advisory roles, and other strategic missions. They are a strategic resource that reports to USSOCOM or to a regional Unified Combatant Command.

To enhance their DA capabilities, specific units were created with a focus on the direct action side of special operations. They are now called Hard Target Defeat companies, which are made up of a squad of specialized infantry, engineers, and support personnel. SF team members work closely together and rely on one another under isolated conditions for long periods of time, both during deployments and in garrison.

United States Army Special Forces History

Special Forces traces its roots as the Army’s premier proponent of unconventional warfare from purpose-formed special operations units like the Alamo Scouts, Filipino guerrillas, first Special Service Force, and the Operational Groups (OGs) of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS).

Although the OSS was not an Army organization, many Army personnel were assigned to the OSS and used their experiences to influence the forming of Special Forces.

Former Filipino guerilla commanders Colonel Wendell Fertig and Lieutenant Colonel Russell W. Volckmann utilized their wartime experience to develop the concept of unconventional warfare that became the cornerstone of the Special Forces.

McClure chose former OSS member Colonel Aaron Bank as the Operations Branch Chief of the Special Operations Division of the Psychological Warfare Staff in the Pentagon.

After the establishment of the Psychological Warfare School in 1952, which eventually became today’s John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Aaron Bank led the 10th Special Forces Group to Bad Tölz, Germany, in September 1953.

For many years, the remaining cadre from Fort Bragg formed the 77th Special Forces Group. It was reorganized and then designated as today’s 7th Special Forces Group.

The U.S. Army special forces were originally created in 1947 during World War II, but it wasn’t until 1987 that they received the status of a basic branch.

Special Forces Groups

In 1957, the two original special forces groups, 10th and 77th, were joined by the 1st, stationed in the Far East. Additional groups were formed in 1961 and 1962 after President John F. Kennedy took office.

In 1961, the Army’s Special Forces Groups included the 10th, 16th and 17th. There was also an Airborne Operations Group, which was later renamed the 82d Aviation Brigade.

The 16th Special Forces Group is still a component of the Arkansas Air National Guard.

Each Special Forces group has a specific regional focus. They receive intense language and cultural training for the countries they operate in. They also have to work very closely with the U.S. Department of State.

The recent report that found the Special Operations Forces as perhaps the most deployed SOF units under USSOCOM, with many soldiers serving up to 75% of their careers overseas, almost all of which had been to Iraq and Afghanistan.

In addition to providing a command and control role for six SFODAs, the Special Forces Operational Detachment-Bs, or “B-detachments” (SFODBs) are subordinate to them. They are often given a battalion-sized task force mission when on unconventional warfare operations.

They have been a staple in the U.S. Marine Corps since 1876, and in fact the term Marine was derived from the name of this unit.

SF Operational Deachment A Composition

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The Army’s Operational Detachment A (ODA) is a sub-unit of the Army’s Combat Arms Regimental System. Each ODU consists of four to ten ODAs. This article focuses on ODAs and the ODA Command Element.

An ODA consists of 12 Soldiers, each with a specific function. Members of the ODA can and do work on every MOS of the Army, and so are sometimes referred to as “cross trainers”. The Army is led by a 18A (Detachment Commander), a Captain, and a 180A (Assist Attache) who is their second in command.

The team includes the following enlisted soldiers: one 18Z (Operations Sergeant) (known as the “Team Sergeant”), usually a Master Sergeant, one 18F (Assistant Operations and Intelligence Sergeant), usually a Sergeant First Class, and two each, 18Bs (Weapons Sergeant), 18Cs (Engineer Sergeant), 18Ds (Medical Sergeant), and 18Es (Communications Sergeant), usually Sergeants First Class, Staff Sergeants or Sergeants.

The Marine Corps Community Services is an organization that facilitates 6-man “split team” operations, redundancy, and mentoring between a senior NCO and their junior assistant.

SF Operational Deachment B Composition

In the U.S. Army, the ODB, or B-team, is made up of soldiers who are often assigned to provide security and support for other units during training operations. The ODB also provides the Headquarters Element (HET) for the Special Forces Company (EOD).

The goal of the B-Team is to support the A-Team both in garrison and in the field. When deployed, in line with their support role, B-Teams are usually located in more secure rear areas.

A B-Team usually deploys into a hostile area to coordinate the activities of multiple A-teams. The 18A is the company commander, usually a major.

It’s the commander’s duty to assist the company executive officer (XO) with the tasks related to the organization, training, intelligence, and counterintelligence for the company and its detachments.

The company commander is assisted by a senior non-commissioned officer, usually a Sergeant Major. An 18Z assists them in their operational duties. A second 18Z acts as the operations sergeant, usually a Master Sergeant, and assists in operational matters.

When there’s a special operation, or training in Afghanistan, or somewhere else, he’s working with Special Forces as an assistant operations sergeant. He’s normally a Sergeant First Class. The company’s support comes from a Medical Sergeant, usually a Sergeant First Class, and two communications sergeants, usually a Sergeant First Class and a Staff Sergeant.

The soldiers in this position are not SF qualified but have the potential to be awarded the SQI “S” once they complete the appropriate unit level training, 24 months with their Special Forces unit, and Basic Airborne School.

The CBRN Defense NCO maintains and operates the company’s NBC detection and decontamination equipment, and assists in administering NBC defensive measures. Other jobs can also exist depending on the B-Team structure.

Specialist team members can include I.T. (S-6. personnel, and Military Intelligence Soldiers, including Intelligence Analysts (35F), Human Intelligence Collectors (35M), Signals Intelligence (35 N/P – also known as SOT-A and SOT-B as related to their positions on SFODA and SFODB teams), Intelligence Officers (35 D/E/F), and Counterintelligence Special Agents (35L/351L).

SF Operational Deachment C Composition

The Air Force is a complex organization with operations, training, logistics, signals, and other support responsibilities to its three subordinate units, the Tactical Air Command, the Tactical Electronic Warfare Wing, and the Air Battle Management Wing. It has two headquarters, one at Bolling Air Force Base and the other at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

There are an additional 20-30 special forces personnel who fill key positions in operations, logistics, intelligence, communications, and medical. A Special Forces battalion usually consists of four companies: “A”, “B”, “C”, and Headquarters/Support.

Selection And Training

The Special Forces soldier trains on a regular basis over the course of his/her entire career. The initial formal training program for entry into Special Forces is divided into four phases collectively known as the Special Forces Qualification Course or, informally, the “Q Course”.

The Q Course lasts as long as the applicant’s primary job field within Special Forces and their assigned foreign language capability.

After successfully completing the Special Forces Qualification Course, Special Forces soldiers are eligible to take some of the best advanced courses in the US military, including the MFF, Combat Diver Qualification Course, Special Operations Combat Medic, and the SFSC.

Green Beret

The Green Berets are a special forces group of the United States Army and are often referred to as G-Bergs (Green Berets), and, informally, as berets.

Captain Frank Dallas had the new beret designed and produced in small numbers for the members of the 10th & 77th Special Forces Groups. Their new headdress was first worn at a retirement parade at Fort Bragg on 12 June 1955 for Lieutenant General Joseph P. Powers.

Cleland was the commander of the XVIII Airborne Corps, now known as the 17th Airborne Division. Onlookers thought that the operators were a foreign delegation from NATO. In 1956, General Paul D. Adams banned the wearing of the distinctive headdress. Although members of the Special Forces wore it surreptitiously.

On 25 September 1961, Department of the Army Message 578636 designated the green beret as the exclusive headdress of the Army Special Forces.

Kennedy authorized the use of force for the U.S. special forces to be used exclusively in Latin America. In preparation for his 12 October visit to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, the president sent word that he wanted a specific set of weapons to be delivered to him for use in Latin America.

The soldiers in Special Forces should wear green berets during the upcoming event. The president thought the Green Berets would have something special and distinct to set them apart from the other troops during the event.

It was JFK who gave green berets back to the Special Forces and made them into the elite warriors that they are today. They deserve our utmost respect and our gratitude.

It’s time to get rid of the beret. People have been sneaking around wearing them when conventional forces weren’t in the area and it was a cat and mouse game. Now that JFK has authorized the Green Beret, everyone has to scramble around to find a really green beret.

He had been brought to the United States by some other Canadian family. They wanted to sell him. His owner told me he knew it was wrong to sell him, but there were no other families. He had been brought to the US by someone else. Someone else knew it was wrong. But there were no other families.

In the wake of the Vietnam War, Healy was a commander of the JFK Special Warfare Center and School, and later he spoke at Arlington National Cemetery, where a wreath in the form of a green beret was placed on Kennedy’s grave.

Special Forces Tab

The Special Forces Tab was established in June 1983. It’s a service school qualification tab awarded to soldiers who complete one of the Special Forces Qualification Courses. Unlike the Green Beret, soldiers who are awarded the Special Forces Tab can wear it for the rest of their military careers, even when they are not serving with special operations units.

All personnel with qualifying wartime service are eligible for the Special Forces Tab.

Camouflage Pattern

The camouflage pattern used by the Green Berets was developed in the late 1950s. The name is derived from the tiger stripe coloration pattern. 

When Tigerstripe re-entered the game, it was used for US Army Force Protection, or OPFOR, drills. The outfit was previously worn by Green Berets from 1981 to the mid-2000s.

When the war on terror began they began wearing MultiCam and Operational Camouflage Pattern uniforms during different missions. They used to wear those uniform ones but now that we’re at peace they stopped wearing those ones and went back to wearing Universal Camouflage Pattern ones.

Yarborough Knife

This is a knife designed by Bill Harsey Jr., and it’s given out to every graduate of the qualifying course. Carnivorous plants are nature’s most successful predators, thriving on insects that would otherwise be food for other plant species.


During the Green Berets’ missions in other nations, they used GMVs-S (Humvees) for various uses or purpose built technicals for patrols on rugged terrain and help them undergo clandestine operations as the nature of their missions are classified.

In recent years, they also make the GMV 1.1 variant of the Army Ground Mobility Vehicle made by General Dynamics as well as the Oshkosh M-ATV Special Forces variant MRAPs.

There are other helicopters that are used to fly combat missions, but the Mi-8 and Mi-17 variants of the US military are the mainstay of Special Forces / Special Operations units for use on the battlefield.


Handgun M1911, M9 (Have been used since the mid-1980s, ready to be replaced by the SIG Sauer M17s and M18s). Glock 19 (Designated as Mk 27 Mod 0, recently standard issue in 2015 as Gen. 4 models, while the Gen.

The first semi-automatic handgun to use a rotating chamber system. It’s still in use today by various police agencies. Heckler & Koch MP5 (Some variants were used by them from the Vietnam War in 1975 to the 21st century for night operations, close quarters, hostage rescue and escort).

HK UMPs are available from a few different manufacturers. They come in many different calibers. Some of the.40s have been known to be modified and can be chambered for higher caliber rounds. A handful of the 5th SFG carried UMPs chambered for the.45 ACP.

Carbines is including the M4A1 and MK18

Sniper Weapon Systems and Precision Rifles, the M24 is one of the world’s best sniper rifles.

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