I haven’t posted anything in over a week, as I’ve been pretty busy. However, I’ve stayed on top of certain things. In the next few weeks I’ll be doing .30 caliber AP projectiles vs. multi-hit Level IV plates – in accordance with NIJ test standards, or as much as I can realistically comply with them.
Testing – Cammenga magazine testing, and more AR-15 dirt testing, including starting with the bolt locked to the rear.
Gear – a “war belt” write up, and a more extensive review of an ALICE-frame compatible pack, made by the quality gear maker HSGI, that I’ve been using for quite a while.
I’ll also be talking about some interesting wildcat cartridges for the AR-15 platform, including a .30-caliber wildcat that uses standard 5.56 magazines, bolts, and brass, while exceeding the supersonic performance of .300 Whisper. For someone looking to stretch their AR-15’s performance on a budget, especially for hunting or self-defense purposes, this may be just the ticket.