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AMERICA HAS RETURNED

23-Year Absence From Philippines to End
By Harold Hutchison

WEEKEND AT AIMPOINT

Lynn Kartchner spends a weekend firing some AR-15-type rifles, including the Windham, and trying out Aimpoint optics. Lucky son-of-a-gun! By Lynn Kartchner

COMPACT .308 FIREPOWER!!

All of the firepower of a .308 in a compact package! That is what comes from Kel-Tec's RFB!

The RFB is a short-stroke gas piston operated semi-automatic rifle in 7.62 mm NATO caliber. It accepts standard metric FAL type magazines which work "drop free" and do not need to be tilted in. One 20 round magazine is included*. Barrels on current models are 18" long, with a chrome lined bore and chamber. The muzzle is threaded 5/8x24 TPI and comes equipped with our A2-style Flash Hider*. All controls are fully ambidextrous; the reciprocating operating handle can be switched to either side. The safety disconnects the trigger and blocks the hammer action. A Mil-Spec Picatinny rail is attached rigidly to the barrel. No open sights are provided, allowing the user to select from the very best new optics and sight systems available. The RFB comes with a two point sling that can be easily configured to suit the user's preference. Available accessories include a free-floating, four-sided Picatinny forend, bipod mounts, a removable bayonet lug for use with NATO style bayonets including Kel-Tec's own Folding Bayonet, and many more.

RKB TO SIGN MEMOIRS AT NRA ANNUAL MEETINGS

Will Be at MKS Hi-Point Firearms Booth #7264 April 25-26

Somebody Else?

In the 1950s, Dick Powell played "Nick Charles," lead character in the dramatic series, "The Thin Man," in the days of dramatic radio. Nick Charles was a dapper, itinerant detective who, with his ever-curious wife (played by Myrna Loy), effortlessly solved criminal cases that were otherwise baffling to local police. In the 1960s, now on black-and-white television, the lead roll was played by a good-looking Kennedy in-law, Peter Lawford. His saucy wife was played by the very attractive Phyllis Kirk.

WHERE DID AN FBI GUN TURN UP?

In The Hands of a Gangster…
By Harold Hutchison

A member of the Crips street gang was caught with a pistol that had been issued to an FBI agent after he was pulled over on 12 April. The firearms had been stolen back in January from the FBI agent’s home.

TRAINING TO HANDLE THE WORST-CASE SCENARIO

On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 an Active Shooter Exercise took place at the Puerto Rico National Guard's Headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Multiple state and emergency agencies were part of this event. It is important for service members to be trained so that they can react if they are ever confronted with an active shooter situation. As these situations evolve quickly, quick decisions could mean the difference between life and death.

Big Spec-Ops Brand Sale!

Spec-Ops Brand has a big sale for those who purchase their Tactical Holds Everything Tactical pack.

IS RUSSIA GETTING READY FOR WAR?

Russian Military Begins Drills
By Harold Hutchison

The Russian military began drills near the border with the Ukraine as an “anti-terror” operation pushed closer to the city of Slovyansk, which has been taken over by gunmen. This comes after five people were killed as Ukrainian forces took over some checkpoints.

RUSSIAN SPY SHIP OFF GEORGIA

Bears Prowling Around Kings Bay
By Harold Hutchison

"DIRTY HARRY" CALLAHAN WOULD LOVE THIS SEMI-AUTO

After 25 years of being accessorized, customized and re-imagined in countless movies, television shows and video games, the Desert Eagle® Pistol has emerged as a pop-culture icon. Anyone can customize their Desert Eagle Pistol with a variety of impressive finishes to add their own distinctive twist to this timeless firearm. All models feature a full Weaver style accessory rail on the barrel from the end of the chamber to right behind the front sight and standard ambidextrous safeties.

NAVY HONORS A FALLEN HERO

Mark A. Mayo Engaged Shooter at Norfolk
By Harold Hutchison

PREPARING FOR WAR

Indiana National Guard Soldiers of the 1413th Engineer Company conduct convoy operations training and move simulated casualties to a waiting UH-60 Blackhawk at Atterbury-Muscatatuck in Edinburgh, Indiana.

THE APACHES FINALLY GO TO EGYPT!

Obama Administration Releases Helicopters
By Harold Hutchison

Ten Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopters which had been held up by the Obama Administration in the wake of the Egyptian military’s removal of Mohammed Morsi from power last summer are now on their way. The reversal comes a month after an urgent request from the country’s interim government.