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Nutnfancy SHOT Show 2011: Beretta Set to Embarrass ACR!

Beretta swoops in from left field with the seemingly excellent ARX160 tactical carbine, set to come ashore sometime in the future. Here's a first look at this impressive little 6.5 lb carbine lb (about time someone other than Kel-Tec got the weight right!). Here you will see us check out some of its cool features: seriously quick-change barrels (which have medium profile), inside-trigger-guard bolt release, no tool takedown, on-the-fly ambi bolt handle and ejection selection (wow), ambi safety, constant-engagement piston (no carrier tilt here), full railing, and excellent balance and trigger. Granted this is a first look and the proof lies in the shooting to discover the real ergos, accuracy, and durability. But all things are looking up with the impressive ARX160, especially its slated $1500-$1700 street price (subject to change). That puts it in the same value ballpark as a Ruger SR-556. In terms of weight, simplicity of design, and value it seems like it could deliver all the things the ACR and SCAR (value) series have not. Downsides might be the thicker handguard, the slim pistol grip, and limited adjustable stock; all of which might change in the production version. The ARX160 could be a big win for Beretta. Also we manage to get the admission that a .22 ARX version IS on the way as well. In the vid and here, I admonish Beretta to look carefully at the Sig 522 on how to make such a gun reliable with most ammo; dual stainless rails on which a highly polished bolt rides are advisable. Prior to the lengthy ARX distraction we manage to zone in on some other Beretta high points as well. With PFIDude in tow and booth host Ben Cook, we look at the PX4 Storm (Special Duty .45 ACP # JXF5F45 version too), the Beretta 96A1. 40, the U22 Neos, and its cool Carbine kit. Expect an entertaining discussion where we don't take ourselves too seriously but we get serious on the guns. Ben is another TNP Gold Star host who rolled with perfection with the Nutnfancy style...big thanks for his time and sense of humor. Beretta fans rejoice...TNP in the house! ///////////////////////// Music: Kevin MacLeod

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Airsoft GI - H&K MP5A5 Airsoft Gun By G&G Armament

http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=7082 The G&G PM5 was good, but now that it's officially licensed by H&K it's even better!

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Airsoft GI - H&K 416 Airsoft Gun shooting video

http://www.airsoftgi.com/information.php?info_id=15#boneyardblowoutThe officially licensed H&K 416 AEG is at Airsoft GI and it is a beauty. Robustly constructed of aluminum with very realistic features, this thing cannot be beat! And to top it all off it's cheaper than the unofficially licensed version!

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Fight Your Way to a Rifle, Pt 2 (Nutnfancy Run 'N Gun)

Part 2 of 2 // Get out and shoot. That's exactly what we did on this gorgeous day in the high desert, western US. Granted it was just .22s but it's still fun and provides some good training. However shooting at bottles and cans without purpose does not provide good training and I consider it a waste of ammo. Instead make up a course of fire that strives to simulate combat conditions and induce some stress. Some friendly competition and running helps achieve this in this "Nutnfancy Run 'N Gun." The scenario requires a sprint to engage steel plate targets with pistol while on your way to your real fighting arm, an AR-15 pre-positioned on the ground at the 40 yard stage. Shooters were to shoot the 15 yard positioned plates fast and accurately with two 10-round mags, reloading in between, securing the pistol in the crossdraw vest then running to the rifles. At the AR-15 stage, the shooter engaged silhouette paper targets with two 15-round loaded Blackdog polycarbonate .22 magazines (using reliable CCI MiniMag ammo). Center of mass hits were the goal, specifically within the square shown (one gun was mis-sighted initially). Mags at this stage were downloaded to force a reload. These young shooters actually have years of shooting experience and are trained in safe, responsible gun handling. Fundamentals of marksmanship were stressed. Two new TNP cast members are introduced here: "InadvertentSmell" and "VociferousWad" (Wad is actually a graduate of a professional sniper training course and Smell is bound for the USMC). Guns used were CMMG .22 Conversion Kit-equipped AR-15s (Bushmaster variety) and Ruger 22/45 pistols (with one Tokarov too!). However any reliable, magazine feed .22 rifle and pistol could serve well here (and more cheaply...if you can find the ammo!). These .22s provided 90% of the fun and training of centerfire options while saving much money. Included in Part 2 is some of the training for LastSuspect. It always takes a lot of driving and work to make such a shoot happen but it's time well spent with family and friends, makes a great memory, and provides much needed trigger time. Thanks for coming along!

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