Alien vs. Predator Defensive Sword Arm Blade This is truly a unique sword. Based on the arm blades worn by the Celtic and Elder Predators in the movies Alien vs. Predator and it's sequel Alien vs. Predator Requiem, this defensive sword is held in the hand unlike those attached to the arm guards of the Predators. Crafted in the style of the Predators this sword has three sharpened protrusions cut into the long curved black blade. The handle is securely attached to the blade to form a functional fulcrum and is wrapped in leather for a comfortably strong grip. Included is a specially fitted leather sheath that snaps shut and has a convenient shoulder strap for easy carrying. *Must be 18 years or older to buy* Specifications Blade Length: 25 Inches Blade Material: Stainless Steel Blade Finish: Satin Black Hard Coat Handle: 5 Inches Includes: Black Faux Leather Sheath
In stock ready to ship! Brand New Factory Case 500 Rounds(10 Boxes of 50 Rounds) Remington 9MM 115 Grain FMJ Brass Case.
Tan furniture on rifles tends to work best in desert environments. This ARM M14 SOCOM Spring Rifle has a tan stock, perfect for desert soldiers. It’s also a reliable and straightforward beginner airsoft rifle. The rifle comes with a red dot scope calibrated for medium-range shooting, if the required batteries are sold separately. However, it eliminates the need for buying other scopes. For low-light environments, there’s a bottom-mounted flashlight that comes with batteries. If you wish to mount a bipod or foregrip, the light can move onto one of the two side rails. All four rails are Picatinny rails for easy accessory attachment. If the red dot sight fails, there are iron sights on the gun. They’re not removable, though the red dot sight’s mount and RIS handguard prevent them from interfering with the optics package. Specifications: 270 FPS with 0.20g BBs 30 rounds in the magazine Battery included for flashlight only 6 lbs.
DPMS continues to provide you with quality firearms that you can trust for any popular shooting sports discipline. This particular Panther model features a set of forged aluminum upper and lower receivers which are standard throughout the industry as meeting the military specification. The crown jewel of this rifle is the 16? Lightweight FNC Melonite treated barrel. The Ferritic Nitrocarburizing is a hardening process which improves barrel performance over mil-spec chrome plating in terms of barrel longevity, corrosion resistance and accuracy. By diffusing carbon and nitrogen into the barrel steel rather than adding a layer of material (as is the case in traditional chrome plating) the LCAR barrel is more durable and corrosion resistant without negatively effecting accuracy. Specifications and Features: DPMS 5.56 LCAR AR-15 Semi Auto Rifle 60140 Direct Gas Impingement System Carbine Length Gas System 5.56 NATO (Accepts .223 Remington) 16? Lightweight FNC (Melonite) Treated Barrel 1:8? Twist Rate Threaded 1/2×28 Forged 7075-T6 Aluminum M4 Flat Top Upper Receiver Forged 7075-T6 Aluminum Lower Receiver Mil-Spec Buffer Tube 6 Position M4 Stock A2 Flash Hider Fixed Front Sight Base (F Marked) Magpul Flip Up Rear sight Synthetic Polymer Glacier Hand Guard 30 Round Magazine Accepts Standard Pattern AR-15 Magazines A2 Pistol Grip Standard Sling Loop Bayonet Lug Type III Hard Coat Anodized Upper/Lower Receiver Finish Overall Length 36.5? Overall Weight 6.4lbs Matte Black
Clad in OD Green and walnut – these shotguns stand out without being ostentatious. The muted green Cerakote finish makes them ideal for field work, increasing their hardiness and making them near impervious to the elements. The latest evolution in CZ's semi-automatic shotgun line, the 1012 uses a gas-less inertia operating system. Instead of redirecting gas from the barrel to run the action, the 1012 uses a spring within the bolt to store energy during the shotgun's recoil, spending this energy a split second later to rotate and unlock the twin lugs from the barrel extension and withdraw the spent shell. The major advantage of an inertia system is the less stringent maintenance schedule. Unlike gas guns that need periodic cleaning of the piston and magazine tube, the 1012's needs are vastly fewer. During CZ's testing, we pushed 1012s to 5,000 rounds without a drop of oil or cleaning of any sort, while experiencing zero parts breakage or malfunctions. In normal field use, the occasional cleaning and oiling should be more than enough Additionally, the gas-less system itself is tuned to run a wider variety of shells - from light-recoiling target loads up to the smoking hot 3" magnums currently on the market. Included shims allow the user to adjust the stock to personal preference. Equipped with sling swivels and extended chokes, these shotguns are ready to chase birds – from doves and ducks to turkeys and grouse! CZ-USA logo Product Information Cartridge 12 Gauge Capacity 4+1 Round Weight 6.5 Pound Shell Length 3" Overall Length 47 Inches Barrel Length 28 Inches Hand Right Chokes Included Cyl, Imp Cyl, Mod, Imp Mod, Full Rib Ventilated Youth No Action Type Semi-Automatic Stock Type Field Stock Material Wood Stock Color Walnut Safety Crossbolt Sights Bead Barrel Finish OD Green Ported No Case Included No Frame Material Steel Interchangeable Choke Yes Frame Finish OD Green Length of Pull 14.5 Inches
Hornady 300 Blackout Subsonic Ammunition is designed for accuracy and performance below the speed of sound. The 190 grain Sub-X (Subsonic - eXpanding) bullet features a lead core. Long grooves in its gilding metal jacket combine with the bullet’s flat profile and the patented Flex Tip insert within its hollow-point cavity to help it expand reliably at low velocities. Performance of the 300 Blackout Subsonic load meets or exceeds FBI Protocol terminal ballistic test requirements. Other features: • Impact velocities of 960 to 1,020 fps into ballistic gelatin, providing 16-18” penetration and 90%+ weight retention. • Designed to expand at velocities down to 900 fps. • Loaded with unique powders optimized for subsonic use, the low flash signature is ideal for both suppressed and unsuppressed performance. • Bullets feature a cannelure for a positive case crimp for use in semi-autos. • Designed specifically to fit, feed, and function in a variety of firearms including gas system guns. Hornady Made In United States of America warning-iconWARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Beautiful Armalite AR10-a4, black with tan magpul extendable stock, grip, and handrail. Has an upgraded stainless 21” barrel and includes 8 magazines. 1-10 round, 4-20 round, and 3-25 round magazines. Will come in a generic black hard case. UPC ECOM00127642 Caliber 7.62 Finish BLACK Capacity 25 ROUNDS Weight NOT SPECIFIED Action SEMI AUTO Frame Material NOT SPECIFIED Slide Material NOT SPECIFIED Barrel Length 21 BARREL Receiver Material NOT SPECIFIED Receiver Finish NOT SPECIFIED
Want your Savage A22 to perform its best? Load it up with this ammo from CCI. It brings reliability and accuracy to a whole new level, and the GamePoint bullet expands on impact for maximum effect. Offers precise performance with other rifles chambered in .22 WMR. Mfg. Number: 963CC Caliber: .22 Win.Mag Bullet Weight: 35 grain Bullet Style: GamePoint Muzzle Velocity: 2,100 Muzzle Energy: 343 ft.-lbs. Box of 200
The Benelli M2 Field Rifled Slug Shotgun is the result of painstaking work at Benelli’s Research and Development Center and of Benelli’s extensive experience in precision engineering and technical know-how. The small number of components, an extremely simple operating principle, the innovativeness of the turning block bolt locking system and the cartridge feeding system (cut off), make the “Benelli” shotguns highly reliable and practical, easy to strip and upkeep to the extent that the shotguns can be considered the most modern, accurate, safe, fast and elegant shotguns available today. Benelli semi-automatic shotguns operate on the same basic principle of inertial operation with fixed barrel, utilizing the kinetic energy of gun recoil, which still today represents one of the most important and ingenious innovation of sporting weapon production. This system requires no outlet for gas operation nor barrel recoil, but operates by means of a spring freely interposed between locking head and bolt. As the gun recoils during firing, the breech bolt (inert) moves about 4 mm forward, thus compressing the spring. When this is fully compressed, it overcomes breech bolt inertia, thrusting it to the rear under residual pressure, permitting cartridge case extraction and reloading with the conventional system. Spring pressure is designed to delay the opening of the action, which occurs after the shot has left the barrel, and to compensate for the different pressures produced by cartridges of varying power, with no adjustment necessary. The fully automatic operation of this new shotgun eliminates the drawbacks of the barrel recoil system (barrel vibrations during firing needed to brake the system and regulate it when firing powerful ammunition etc.) and those of gas operated type (the need to clean gas outlets, loss of power due to acceleration of the shot charge and adverse effect on the longitudinal shape of the wad and possible malfunctions under adverse climatic conditions). The Benelli system is therefore modern and highly reliable. To this operating system has been added a revolving bolt head of simple and robust shape, which with only two locking lugs, closes the breech axially and perfectly, withstanding any pressure of the cartridge. The modern and revolutionary trigger action is carried out through a system of variable profile which allows the user to shoot precisely and without jerking in trigger pull. The pull action is carried out in a smoothly and controlled way, without trigger free pre-run or sudden relax after releasing the hammer, thus ensuring efficacy and safety of the whole system. Finally, the precise synchronization of the movement of the hammer double coupling teeth optimize the feeding system through a combined action with the cartridge drop lever and the stop notch. The cut-off feeding system operates by means of a special “cartridge drop lever”, the outer portion of which protrudes below the receiver and is thus easily reached by the trigger finger. Upon shooting, the hammer spring forces the cartridge drop lever upwards to disengage it from the carrier latch which, pulled by the carrier latch spring, rotates clockwise to allow a cartridge to exit from the magazine. As the cartridge falls into position on the carrier, it presses against the “cartridge drop lever” which rotates in the opposite direction to prevent a second cartridge from exiting. When the bolt is operated the carrier rises automatically to position the cartridge for introduction in the chamber. In the meantime, the hammer spring, which was compressed during cocking, has freed the cartridge drop lever to return to its rest position. In this way, the carrier latch holds the remaining cartridges in the magazine until the next shot is fired. The end of the cartridge drop lever which protrudes from the receiver is marked with a red point. When the red point is visible, the hammer is cocked and the gun is ready to fire; otherwise the hammer is not cocked. Thanks to this operation cartridges in the barrel chamber can be easily replaced manually. Product Information Cartridge 20 Gauge Capacity 3+1 Round Weight 6.5 Pound Shell Length 3" Overall Length 45.3 Inches Barrel Length 24 Inches Hand Right Youth No Action Type Semi-Automatic Stock Type Field Stock Material Synthetic Stock Color Black Safety Crossbolt Sights Rifle Sights Barrel Finish Black Ported No Frame Material Aluminum Interchangeable Choke No Frame Finish Anodized Black Length of Pull 14.375 Inches Country of Origin Italy Choke Type Fixed
Engineered for supreme tactical readiness, Savage® Stevens 320 Security Thumbhole Pump-Action Shotgun with Ghost Ring Sights proves trustworthy in the most life-threatening situations. The 18.5" barrel length frees up the shooter to swing easily in tight quarters. 12 Gauge Black TrueTimber Strata Camo Clearance $229.97 $329.99 Quantity 1 SKU: 3041262 ORDER ONLINE ADD TO WISH LIST ADD TO REGISTRY Model Number 23270 Action Pump Barrel Length18.5" Hand Right Description Fixed Cylinder, 3" chamber Round Capacity 5 + 1 Gun Weight 7.2 lbs
5.56mm 62 grain M855 ammunition features a FMJ steel core penetrator spitzer boat-tail bullet, with a green bullet tip. The M855 projectile has much-improved penetration characteristics over the old M193 55-grain projectile at all ranges, resulting in higher retained velocity and greater accuracy at long range. The 5.56mm M855 is ideal for use in AR15, M16 and M4 rifles. ITEM INFO CATEGORY: Ammo TYPE: Ammunition BRAND: Lake City MODEL: XM855 CALIBER: 5.56mm NATO TECH SPECS CAPACITY: 600 WEIGHT: 19 MATERIAL: Gold SIGHT: Fixed PURPOSE: Ammunition
The Catco Sterling 9mm SMG submachine gun is constructed entirely of steel and plastic and has a shoulder stock, which folds underneath the weapon. There is an adjustable rear sight, which can be flipped between 100 and 200-yard settings. Although of conventional blowback design firing from an open bolt, there are some unusual features: for example, the bolt has helical grooves cut into the surface to remove dirt and fouling from the inside of the receiver to increase reliability. There are two concentric recoil springs that cycle the bolt, as opposed to the single spring arrangement used by many other SMG designs. This double-spring arrangement significantly reduces “bolt-bounce” when cartridges are chambered, resulting in better obturation, smoother recoil, and increased accuracy. Additionally, the Sterling uses a much-improved (over the Sten) 34-round curved double-column feed box magazine, which is inserted into the left side of the receiver. The magazine follower, which pushes the cartridges into the feed port, is equipped with rollers to reduce friction. The bolt feeds ammunition alternately from the top and bottom of the magazine lips, and its fixed firing pin is designed so that it does not line up with the primer in the cartridge until the cartridge has entered the chamber. The Sterling employs a degree of what is known as Advanced Primer Ignition, in that the cartridge is fired while the bolt is still moving forward, a fraction of a second before the round is fully chambered. The firing of the round thus not only sends the bullet flying down the barrel but simultaneously resists the forward’s movement of the bolt. By this means it is possible to employ a lighter bolt than if the cartridge was fired after the bolt had already stopped, as in simple blowback, since the energy of the expanding gases would then only have to overcome the bolt’s static inertia (plus spring resistance) to push it back again and cycle the weapon; whereas in this arrangement some of this energy is used up in counteracting the bolt’s forwards momentum as well, and thus the bolt does not have to be so massive. The lighter bolt makes not only for a lighter gun, but a more controllable one since there is less mass moving to and fro within it as it fires. The suppressed version of the Sterling (L34A1/Mk.5) was developed for covert operations. This version uses a ported barrel surrounded by a cylinder with expansion chambers. The Australian and New Zealand SAS regiments used the suppressed version of the Sterling during the Vietnam War. It is notable for having been used by both Argentinian and British Special Forces during the Falklands War. A Sterling was used by Libyan agents to kill WPC Yvonne Fletcher outside the Libyan Embassy in London, which sparked the 1984 siege of the building. The Sterling has a reputation for excellent reliability under adverse conditions and, even though it fires from an open bolt, has good accuracy. With some practice, it is very accurate when fired in short bursts. While it has been reported that the weapon poses no problems for left-handed users to operate, it is not recommended without the wearing of ballistic eye protection. The path of the ejected cartridge cases is slightly down and backward, so mild burns can occasionally be incurred by left-handed shooters. A bayonet of a similar design as that for the L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle was produced and issued in British Army service but was rarely employed except for ceremonial duties. Both bayonets were derived from the version issued with the Rifle No. 5 Mk I “Jungle Carbine”, the main difference being a smaller ring on the SLR bayonet to fit the rifle’s muzzle. When mounted, the Sterling bayonet was offset to the left of the weapon’s vertical line, which gave a more natural balance when used for bayonet-fighting. For a right-handed shooter, the correct position for the left hand while firing is on the ventilated barrel-casing, but not on the magazine, as the pressure from holding the magazine can increase the risk of stoppages, and a loose magazine can lead to dropping the weapon. The barrel-casing hold provides greater control of the weapon, so the right hand can intermittently be used for other tasks. A semi-circular protrusion on the right-hand side of the weapon, approximately two inches from the muzzle, serves to prevent the supporting hand from moving too far forward and over the muzzle.
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