Month: November 2020

Why A Remote-Controlled Machine Gun Was The Perfect Weapon For Assassinating Iranian Nuclear Scientist – Forbes

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A remote-controlled machine gun was used to assassinate nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, according to Iranian officials. If true, this would be the highest-profile use of such a weapon, but it’s only a minor step technically, as improvised robot weapons are becoming increasingly common for terrorists and insurgents. According…

Review: Ford’s Custom Guns Refinishing and Laser Engraving | An Official Journal Of The NRA – American Rifleman

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Several years ago, I was introduced to Ford’s Custom Guns Refinishing when I was looking to breathe new life into a few likable handguns that had been mistreated by previous owners. This company boasts 35-years of experience with a variety of finish options. They avoid mass-production practices in…

Army evaluates machine gun suppressors, exoskeletons, backpack generators and more – ArmyTimes.com

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The Army’s Maneuver Battle Lab recently kicked off its months-long, annual experiments on new gear for squads and small units. This year’s focus runs from new machine gun suppressors to counter-drone technology. The first assessment of the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment happened in late October and included the…