Thursday, March 5, 2015

BCS Offering Kryptek Yeti Webbing

Beez Combat Systems has one of the widest selections of camouflage known to man for their nylon gear including several from the Kryptek family of patterns. They have not managed to track down Kryptek Yeti Cordura Nylon to add to the catalog, however they can utilize the webbing to accent their white Cordura for a better fit with your snow kit. Here is a shot out in the wild. 

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Strike Industries Dummy Rounds Bullet Button

Strike Industries dummy rounds will let you safely test the feeding, extraction, and magazine function of your firearms without the worry of accidental discharge. They also let you dry fire without risking damage to the firing pin.Great training tool for safe handling of any of the most popular firearms calibers. This will aid in keeping your fundamentals sharp and keep the cost down on practice. Made out of polymer material so it can’t corrode or cause corrosion to any of your firearms.

Package Includes:
- 5 PCS Dummy Round
- 1 Key Ring
Available in 556, 308, 762x39, 9mm, and 45ACP
- Mag Release Tool
- Able to be worn as a key chain, necklace, etc...
- Durable Polymer Construction 

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

WTF Gun Moment of the Year

Just when you thought it couldn't have gotten any more bizarro when it comes to caliber variants, Hi--Point comes along and releases a Carbine chambered in .380 ACP. Now it is apparent that folks will buy just about anything if the price is right.  Obviously, that is their selling point. We have provided their full release, which shows exactly what the angle is on this "beauty". Wait, they clearly point out its ugly, but fun. If blowing dough on .380 rounds is fun.

Finally, a fun, tough .380 carbine that almost anyone can afford! The Hi-Point Carbine is the same size as its larger-bore brothers in 9mm, .40S&W, and .45 ACP and it's hard shooting, accurate and almost recoil-free.

Its 16.5-inch barrel will launch .380 bullets as hard and fast as a full-power 9mm handgun, maybe even harder (when you add several inches of barrel over that of a handgun, you gain 100-150 feet per second higher velocity and possibly more with hot or +P loads). With the  added velocity performance the .380's effective range (the distance a shooter can expect to get reliable on-target hits) is extended to a couple hundred yards.

For owners of Hi-Point .380 caliber pistols, this is a true made-in-heaven deal; both guns use the same ten-round magazines! Don't have a Hi-Point .380? Buy both the carbine and the pistol for less than half the price of one too-pretty-to-use semi-auto pistol.

The Hi-Point .380 Carbine is not a fancy $1,200+ foreign carbine, but it is more robust than those pretty guns and will launch equivalent-power bullets at the same velocity -- (gosh all gee willikers "amazing!").  

The Hi-Point .380 Carbine is a tough gun so owners don't have to protect it to keep it beautiful because beautiful it ain't, but reliable, tough and useable anywhere, it is!

At its low suggested retail price of $297.00, buyers will have plenty of money left over to buy a bunch of ammo.

Hi-Point offers several low-cost options for the .380 Carbine, including a vertical folding hand grip, optical sight, laser sight, and red-dot sight.  


·     Weight: 7 pounds
·     Overall length: 31.5 inches
·     Barrel length: 16.5 inches
·     Magazine capacity: 10 rounds
·     MSRP: $297.00

Monday, March 2, 2015

Ares Armor Purchased by Lake House Capital Management

Lake House Capital Management, LLC, a Hinsdale, Illinois-based holding company is pleased and proud to announce it has acquired all the assets of Lycurgan, Inc., (doing business as Ares Armor). Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed at this time.
U.S. Marine, Dimitri Karras, who served tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan, founded Ares Armor in 2010. Headquartered in Oceanside, California, Ares Armor is the leading supplier of 80 percent lower receivers, and develops and manufactures high quality American-made firearm parts to legally build your own weapons. The business also proudly develops, manufactures, and sells innovative tactical gear, combat body armor, and more.
“We thank and respect Dimitri Karras for his patriotism, service, and defense of our country and its Constitution,” says new Ares Armor CEO, Bryce Stirlen. “We value his vision and efforts with Ares Armor, and truly wish him all the best in his future roles in the company.”
Ares Armor customers can expect to experience no disruption in quality or service during the management transition. But like when anyone buys a house, Lake House Capital Management has much it loves about Ares Armor, but also has some areas where it wants to make changes and add its own touches.
“Great people and great products have built Ares Armor into the successful business it is today,” adds Stirlen, a gun enthusiast, husband, and father. “Our main focus is to now build a better foundation to support the explosive growth the Company is experiencing. 
That said, to be clear, one area where we will not waver is in loyal defense of the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, and protecting the rights of all Americans to bear arms.

We are very excited about an even brighter future for Ares Armor, and believe our customers will be excited about it, too.”
Amended: New Ares Armor CEO, Bryce Stirlen. “In response to feedback about our Veteran heritage, we maintain and stand strong unwavering from our Veteran status. Of Veterans, by Veterans, and for Veterans."

Sunday, March 1, 2015

DPx Shred Shipping Soon!

The DPx HEAT/F Shred is slated to arrive at warehouse on Monday, March 2nd This HEAT folder features a "grey" finish (black TiCN PVD coating that is tumbled for a nice patina) and shred carbon fiber handles. 

This knife was one of their most well received at SHOT Show and is sure to move quickly!  Below are the specs.

  • Sleipner steel with 60 HRC
  • 6Al4V grade 5 Titanium framelock
  • US-made shred carbon fiber scale
  • Tungsten carbide glass breaker
  • Titanium frame, clip, and blade feature new "grey" finish for a gorgeous patina. 

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Dr. John R. Lott Jr. Takes Aim at N.Y. Times & Gun Control Advocates

Here is a great report and suggested reading material from our friends at Ares Armor:

Today, isn’t about the smoke beginning to clear. It’s about the sound of the expert shots fired yesterday which deserve to be heard as far as the ears in America can hear. Dr. John R. Lott, Jr. armed himself with the truth in taking aim at the New York Times, and other gun control advocates. That’s a good thing. 

Add to it that, Dr. Lott is a leading expert and author on guns, and heads up the Crime Prevention Research Center. That’s a better thing. Add to it that he’s dead on target with his opinions, and has the facts to support them…that’s even better. Here’s a closer look.

His latest piece just published as a columnist for is titled, “Guns and the New York Times: Why shouldn’t Americans be able to defend themselves?” In his writing, Dr. Lott is quickly returning fire against a recent opinions post by the N.Y. Times Editorial Board. It was regarding the number of deaths attributed to individuals who have legal permits to carry concealed weapons. They called it, “Concealed Carry’s Body Count.”

Dr. John. R. Lott, Jr. argued Americans who have gone to the trouble, and through the trials and tribulations of becoming legal concealed handgun permit holders are not criminals. He rightly defended them as true law-abiding citizens. He packed his position with solid proof showing permit holders are even more law-abiding than police.

A highlight of his powerful rebuttal to the N.Y. Times, Dr. Lott points out a study by Police Quarterly. It showed crimes committed by police officers were reported at a rate of 124 crimes per 100,000 officers. Whereas concealed handgun permit holders committed crimes at just one sixth of that rate, 20.5 per 100,000.

Ares Armor would like to publicly acknowledge and thank Dr. John R. Lott, Jr. for taking on the New York Times. We appreciate his latest well-researched article in support of the 2nd Amendment, gun rights, and specifically permit holders across the United States of America.