Tuesday, November 27, 2007
FENIX TACTICAL FLASH LIGHT - RECOMMENDED
HIGH AND LOW LIGHT SETTINGS
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Friday, November 16, 2007
I DO NOT RECOMMEND THE USE OF MILT SPARKS LEATHER MAGAZINE HOLDERS FOR A HANDGUN. I BOUGHT ONE A LONG TIME AGO AND I HAVE HAD NUMEROUS CONVERSATIONS WITH THEM, ALTHOUGH THEY WERE VERY NICE ON THE PHONE I GOT NO WHERE. THE ACID IN THE LEATHER DESTROYS THE GOLDEN SABER CARTRIDGES THAT I CARRY FOR MY GLOCK 19.
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY BUYING THIS EXPENSIVE PRODUCT. I WOULD RECOMMEND THAT YOU BUY A BALLISTIC NYLON MAGAZINE HOLDER WITH A VELCRO FLAP AT HALF THE PRICE EITHER MADE BY BIANCHI OR UNCLE MIKES, ETC, ETC.
I HAVE HAD NO TROUBLE WITH MILT SPARKS HOLSTERS BUT NOW I AM HAVING SECOND THOUGHTS BECAUSE THEY HAVE MADE NO ATTEMPT TO RECTIFY THIS SITUATION BECAUSE THEY DO NOT KNOW HOW, AND DO NOT SEEM TO CARE.
DO NOT BUY MILT SPARKS EXPENSIVE LEATHER SPARE MAGAZINE HOLDERS.
Wednesday, November 07, 2007
AMMO SHORTAGE - 5.56mm
Taiwan ships 1 billion bullets to United States: report
The 5.56 mm bullets are mainly used to replenish supplies which have run low after wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Taipei-based China Times reported, citing a military source.
Taiwan's defence ministry last year beat off competition from the likes of Singapore and South Korea to win the five-year contract from a U.S. military subcontractor, it was reported.
In a separate deal, the China Times said the Taiwanese Army plans to purchase 60 UH-60M Black Hawk transport helicopters from Washington for NT$71.7 billion.
The US is the leading arms supplier to Taiwan -- something China objects to -- with Beijing regarding the island as part of its territory awaiting reunification, by force if necessary.
Taiwan has been seeking more advanced weaponry amid China's repeated threats to invade.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian last week accused China of provoking the island by targeting it with nearly 1,000 missiles.
Tensions between Taipei and Beijing escalated since the independence leaning leader was elected president in 2000. He was narrowly re-elected in 2004.