Larry Vickers and Daniel Defense put together a cool shooting test of the 300 AAC Blackout against 5.56mm and 7.62×39 through a slab of meat:
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All I can really say about all this scandal stuff that is breaking now is wow! First you have this Benghazi thing starting to hit the fan, and then the IRS scandal, and now we are seeing that they were spying on the press. Wow. Its astounding. I’m not surprised by it… It is after all ‘The Chicago Way‘, but for this level of corruption (and yes, tyranny) to be happening here in the United States is just a complete and total shock to see.
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Basically, Stag Arms has introduced a .22lr AR-15 platform that they believe will pass the CT law test. Seen in the bottom of the case in the picture below:
Malkowski said he intends to seek approval from the state police firearms unit, which is charged with interpreting the 139-page law. (…) Even if the redesign is approved, Malkowski said, he might still move all or part of his company — which now has 200 people in a four-building complex in New Britain — to another state that does not restrict sales of his rifles.
So Stag Arms has introduced a deuce-deuce… which it looks like they already had in the works anyway. This is a very interesting move and it brings up a couple of questions. First, I am wondering if this whole “compliant AR” thing was just a publicity stunt or maybe just a smoke screen meant to placate anti-gunners in the state. I am also wondering if this is just a standard AR with a conversion kit in it… That would be down right delicious! Can you say Liberator, boys and girls?