Archive

Tag Archives: safety

Chris Kyle and his friend ,Chad Littlefield are dead because of a man called Eddie Ray Ruoth .

Authorities said 38-year-old Chris Kyle, a former top Navy SEAL sniper and author of the best-selling book “American Sniper,” was shot to death with his friend at a Texas shooting range on Feb. 2, 2013.

Kyle, 38, and Littlefield, 35, had taken Routh to the range to try to help him work through his PTSD. Littlefield was Kyle’s neighbor and “workout buddy,” .

It is unclear what Routh’s motive was for the murders. Police say he was unemployed and “may have been suffering from some type of mental illness from being in the military.

Kyle had 160 confirmed combat kills from a distance of up to 2,100 yards. He holds the record for a U.S. military sniper, previously set at 93 by Marine sniper Carlos Hathcock during the Vietnam war.

With sorrow and regret , Gun-Zilla! would like to extend extreme condolences to the families of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield .

Gone but never forgotten .

The Latest and Greatest products .

from the desk of Gun-Zilla !xs1 pgr

Tracking Point and thier Precision Guided Firearm .

The story of TrackingPoint began in early 2009 when founder John McHale went on an African safari. He personally saw the challenge of moderate- to long-distance hunting while taking several challenging shots in Tanzania. One particularly difficult shot was a 350-yard attempt to hit a Thompson’s Gazelle, He had a chance at a shot, but it had just not been possible to factor in the range, ballistics, stability, and other factors in the time available to convert the information into a hit . With a strong background in technology McHale approached an engineering firm with the idea of making a prototype Precision Guided Firearm (PGF). The mission was to develop small arms tracking and fire control technology capable of making a 450-yard shot and hitting a target the size of a volleyball.

Engineer John Lupher led a prototype project, successfully building a tracking riflescope and demonstrating the power of the concept. In July 2010, the technology was advanced to the point of making reliable, sub-minute-of-angle shots at 1,000 yards. McHale was confident that the project would create a product that would revolutionize the shooting sports market.

In February 2011, McHale created TrackingPoint, an applied technology firm, to make the world’s first Precision Guided Firearms. John Lupher joined as the company’s chief technology officer (CTO).

The biggest cannon in the line-up is chambered in .338 Lapua Magnum and is fully capable of head-shots at 1,200 yards .

Be Afraid , Be Very Very Afraid .

This rifle was made to be idiot proof which means that any idiot or criminal organization or terrorist can instantly become a world class marksman/assassin , just think of it … a rifle that Darth Vader would have been proud of coupled with some crazy extremist behind the trigger .

Keep in mind that this is the Fred Flintstone version ! , what will this become in five years ? ten years ? . Couple this with some of the robotic breakthroughs and you have robot assassins , or worse … imagine Star Wars , Terminator and I robot all rolled into one happy little package .

This is the ultimate E.B.R. ( Evil Black Rifle ) and i am sure that the anti-gun freaks will scream at the top of thier lungs when they see it. The only safety feature is the price tag , a whopping $22,500.00 .

I may only be a simple monster with a shotgun but even i know that just because you can make it does not always mean that you should .

hi-point995-3

 

Hi-Point semi-automatic pistols are polymer-framed and generally regarded as simple, inexpensive handguns .

Based on a blowback design, Hi-Point pistols do not have a breech-locking system like most handguns. Instead they have large, heavy slides that hold the breech closed through sheer mass .

While making the pistols heavy, this design also makes them mechanically simple and easy to maintain .

Most self-loading pistols can be field-stripped without the use of any tools. However, Hi-Point pistols require a punch or a small screwdriver to remove a pin in the receiver, in order to permit slide removal (and thus enable field-stripping).

Hi-Point carbines use a polymer stock, stamped sheet metal receiver cover, and a receiver and bolt cast from zamak-3. The barrel is steel and button rifled using a 1-10″ right hand twist.

Some people are wary of Hi-Points because of the use of zinc alloy (zamak-3) castings in much of their construction. However, parts made from zamak-3 in Hi-Point guns (receiver and bolt/slide) are low-stress components that do not require the strength of steel. Higher stress components in Hi-Points, like the barrel and other small parts, are made of steel.

Hi-Point firearms have manual thumb safeties and an integral drop safety that prevents firing in the event that the firearm is dropped. Until recently, all Hi-Point products except the 995 (9mm) carbine had a last-round lock open and magazine disconnect safety, preventing firing unless a magazine was in the gun. With the replacement of the original 9mm carbine with the new 995 TS model, all pistols and carbines now have these features.

Opinions from the desk of Gun-Zilla!

More rape in India .

Rape anywhere should be a castrating offence period . Or considering how cheap rope is lets have some good old fashioned hangings !!! .

EXECUTION-IRAN3 or perhaps a firing squad NA 1944 French-collaborator-executed too harsh ?, too bad !! these sick individuals should be put to death without fail . No more mercy should be shown to them than they showed their victims . We have to do something so harsh so violent and graphic , that normal people would puke on their own shoes if they had to watch . Punishments made public and gruesome so the whole world

would think twice before comitting any crime .castration3

I may only be a simple monster with a shotgun but it seems to me that its high time to put away the kid gloves and start dealing with rapists harshly and with finality .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(opinions )

from the desk of

Gun-Zilla !

How many guns are enough ? , one ,ten, one hundred ? . Maybe more ?.

400px-NeosteadI have known collectors that would say never enough guns , after all once bitten by the bug its hard to stop wanting more . But really, how many guns are nessesary ?. FRENCH 17TH CENTURY FLINTLOCK copybeautifully-engraved-browning-renaissance-hi-power-semi-automatic-pistol-with-gold-plated-triggerWhat are you going to use a gun for ? , defence , hunting , competition or something else?. galil3 aa-12islamreligion-of-peace Whatever the reason you choose to have firearms remember this , the gun laws are going to get tougher and because of the media there is a very good chance that public opinion will become more and more negative towards firearms . All you have to do is look at a newspaper or watch the news to know that the media has lots of source material to draw negativity from …… 07091…… Reality check !! , if you really want to know how many guns are enough, ask a soldier . Most likely the answer will be ,1 dependable sidearm ,1 good rifle and something for back-up ! .Smith and Wesson 500 magnum by cardman Because when the shit hits the fan anything else will be excess weight .

Gun-Zilla ! would like to remind you that its better to have it and not need it , than to need it and not have it .

 

By now you are painfully aware of the 28 people who lost thier lives at the hands of a madman . 20 young children and 8 adults who are no longer with us because of one sick demented individual . You have by now read all the accounts in the papers or heard the differing opinions on television , the why and the how and the questions that will never be attached to a sane answer . Works of insanity coupled with the forces of evil will never make sense to those of us who are possesed of sanity and logic .

To all the friends and families of the victims , It saddens me greatly to admit that no matter how hard I try there is nothing I can say or do to assuage your grief or ease your pain .

All I can do as a rational and caring individual is to add my own tears to the river of sorrow and offer up a heart-felt prayer in hopes that the Almighty will ease your suffering .

Sincerely Gun-Zilla

For the shooter who feels a little nostalgic and appreciates 19th century-style firearms , Marlins model 1895 Cowboy has the bases covered .
With its deeply blued 26″ tapered octagon barrel sitting on top of a straight-grip American black walnut stock .

 

Screenshot 2011 12 19 4 27 31 PM

this handsome lever-action is a real treat for the eyes , and with 6 groove deep-cut ballard-type rifiling its a straight shooter as well .

FEATURES :

Caliber : 45-70 govt .

Capacity : 9-shot tubular magazine

Action : Lever action with squared finger lever , side ejection solid top reciever and hammer block safety

Stock : straight grip American black walnut , hard rubber butt pad , Mar-sheild finish and a blued steel fore-end

Magazine : 9 shot tubular
Barrel : 26″ tapered octagon barrel
rate of twist : 1:20″ r.h.
sights : Ajustable marble semi-buckhorn rear , marble carbine front sight .
lenght : 44.5″
weight : 8 lbs

The latest and greatest : From SAVAGE ARMS

Savage M-12 Chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor Also available in 243 Win , 260 Rem

M-12v1

Color : Stock and Barrel are finished in Matte Black

Materials : Stock : Fiberglass , Barrel: Carbon Steel .

Overall length : 46.25” Weight : 11 lbs

Features :

* Accu trigger

* Accu stock ( H-S precision style )

* Four Round Detachable Magazine

* Three Position Safety

* 26” Fluted Barrel

* Recessed Muzzle Crown

* Oversized “ tactical “ bolt handle

* 1:8” rifling twist

Savage offers five target models : Bench rest , F class , F/TR , Long Range precision , Palma .

The bolt action rifles produced by Savage enjoy a reputation for accuracy that far exceeds the

price tag . The reason for this is the floating bolt head , which allows the locking lugs a little

flexibility when seating in the action recesses . In conventional style bolt actions the bolt is a

solid unit which causes uneven locking-lug seating , which in turn causes the action to flex

during firing . This flexing reduces potential accuracy .