By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com Top photo credit goes to Gov. Rick Perry/Twitter. All other embedded photos contained in this article were shot by DefenseReview.com, and are copyrighted. DefenseReview.com owns the copyright on these photos and video clips. The photos and video clips were shot with a Canon PowerShot S90 10-megapixel digital camera (still camera with video ... Read More »
Remington Military Rebuilding/Refurbishing U.S. Military Sniper-Used M24 Sniper Weapon System Sniper Rifles for Non-Military/Commercial Sale. Very Interesting.
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com January 5, 2012 Last updated on 1/07/12. DefenseReview (DR) has received the following article-format history on the Remington M24 Sniper Weapon System sniper rifle, the XM2010 sniper rifle program, and the Remington M24 Commercial Recapitalization/25th Anniversary Sales Program to Honor Military Veterans. It’s DR’s understanding that the document/content below was composed by ... Read More »
January 1, 2012 We’d just like to wish all of our readers a very Happy and Healthy New year 2012, and we look forward to seeing some of you at SHOT Show 2012. If you see us there, don’t be afraid to say “hello”. Sincerely, David Crane Owner/Editor-in-Chief DefenseReview.com (DR) defrev (at) gmail (dot) com Read More »
300 AAC Blackout (300BLK, 7.62x35mm)-Caliber Daniel Defense M4 Carbine, Version 5 (DDM4v5, also written DDM4 v5) Mid-Length DGI Tactical AR Carbine/Rifle to Arrive in 2012
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail.com December 30, 2011 Last updated on 1/02/12. Well, it was just a matter of time before Daniel Defense (DD) offered their own 300 AAC Blackout (300BLK) gun and/or complete upper receiver assembly, and that time is apparently soon to come. The first weapon configuration in this caliber will be the Daniel Defense M4 Carbine, ... Read More »
December 25, 2011 DefenseReview (DR) would just like to wish all of our readers a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. May this holiday season be a great and safe one for you. God bless all of our fighting men and women, and the United States of America. Sincerely, David Crane Owner/Editor-in-Chief DefenseReview.com (DR) defrev (at) gmail (dot) com Read More »
Not-So-Quiet Shake-Up at Silencer/Sound Suppressor Company: Kevin Brittingham Out at AAC (Advanced Armament Corp.)?
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com Photo Credit: Military Times Gear Scout December 22, 2011 Last updated on 12/24/11. DefenseReview (DR) readers have been sending us heads-up email messages today about our friend Rob Curtis’ Military Times Gear Scout article on Kevin Brittingham’s ouster at Advanced Armament Corp. (AAC). Rob’s reporting that Mr. Brittingham was apparently escorted from ... Read More »
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com December 20, 2011 We’ve been on travel doing some tactical carbine training, but new articles are on the way. So, stay tuned… Read More »
PenCott-Snowdrift Arctic Camouflage Pattern for Military Infantry Combat Enters Production: New Combat Camo Will Debut at SHOT Show 2012
The following is a Hyde Definition press release: December 15, 2011 PenCott camouflage is being adopted by a growing number of military and law enforcement special operations units. However, when it comes to snow camouflage most military patterns seem to have been developed with the line from the Christmas Carol about King Wenceslas in mind: “when the snow lay round ... Read More »
The U.S. Army’s Next Carbine: Hello Gas Piston/Op-Rod “Enhanced M4/M4A1 Carbine”-Type AR (AR-15), Goodbye Direct Gas Impingement (DGI) Operation?
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com All photos and some video clips contained in this article were shot by DefenseReview.com (DR), and are copyrighted. DefenseReview.com owns the copyright on these photos and some of these video clips. Ferfrans Specialties and Falcon Security Group (FSG) own the copyright on some videos contained herein. The accompanying photos and video clips ... Read More »
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com November 28, 2011 DefenseReview (DR) just returned from our Thanksgiving holiday, which we hope all our readers enjoyed. We’ll be publishing fresh articles soon, so stay tuned, and don’t touch that dial, ’cause we want you to stay with us for a while. Read More »