If you like ARs and the material on this website you will love my
AR-15 / M-16 Info Resource CD!
I assure you that you will love the CD and sales of the CD help keep
this site on the web!
As some know, I have had forums up and running on this website for a couple months now and the forums were really starting to take form. Unfortionately, the forum code was hacked and I just upgraded the forums to provide better security.
On the 300 Whisper® Pages you will find a description of the
family of cartridges along with the history and details of the 300
Whisper®. There is also reloading information for
supersonic loads provided by JD Jones of SSK as well as some
forming brass. Finally you will find pages that show a few
guns including AR-15s, Remington 700 bolt actions, and pistols such
as the Thompson Center Contender that use this cartridge. These pages
are augmented with a
links page to
other sites that that describe the 300 Whisper® and the
300/221 Fireball copy of it!
On the Knights Armament Company (KAC) page, you will find a
description of Knight's answer to the modular weapon system (MWS) as it
applies to the AR-15 and M-16 family of weapons. Knights Manufacturing's
first solutions were the
RIS and RAS
units, which use MIL-STD-1913 "Picatinny" rails in special grips that
replace the factory handguards of AR15 and M16 weapon systems to allow
the addition of military attachments such as lasers, forward pistol
grips, optics, masterkey shotguns, and m203 grenade launchers. The RAS
concept was later improved in the form of a
Free Floating RAS
system that provides the same rails but free floats the barrel for match
grade accuracy for sniper or general enhanced accuracy. The latest
refinement to the RAS line is the
RAS II, which is
still being developed at this time. These pages provide details about
these models, distinguishing characteristics, information on mounting
them, and details about the SR-15 and SR-25 weapons they were designed
I have also started working to add additional Knights Armament
product information such as the new
SR-47 and the
2-stage trigger. If you wish to contribute, please feel free to
drop me an E-Mail!
The Knife pages are a place where I hope to capture militarily
significant knives. I started this section of the webpage as a result of
looking at the History of the
"Buckmaster" survival knife which is described in considerable
detail along with some photographs that show the knife. The second page
contains the history and details of the various
that have been manufactured starting with Phrobis first developing the
m9 bayonet, and through the years of Buck, LanCay, and Ontario Knife
Company manufacturing m-9 bayonets for the US Government.
The Library is where I keep my miscellaneous pages that function to
support other pages or are smaller documents that just don't fit in
elsewhere at this time. In my library you will find three basic types of
Files (Including Manuals, Patents, and more) and
that I have written about topics including:
Adjusting the Rem 700 Trigger ,
Varmint Hunting and more! I also have four separate AR-15/M-16
KABOOMS (See ONE,
FOUR) that everyone with an AR-15
or M-16 should see!
You will also find a few
Books (Guns, shooting, and other related topics) that are related to
the content of this website!
Other Weapons Pages:
It seems that I am always trying to learn about something and it is
impossible for me to continually keep updating the website. A few
new pages that I have added to this website include the following:
The FAB 10 and the
OA-93 Family of weapons. I am also
starting to set up pages to share a few other weapon systems that have
captured my interest as I have collected a few parts kits that I am
planning to try and build as legal semi automatics including an
Imbel FAL, a
Bren LMG, a
STEN MK III, a
plus an 80% AR-15 casting. Yea, I
have jumped in with both feet and I predict that the kits that I have
now will keep me quite busy for a couple YEARS but I have also learned
that the best way to understand a weapon is to jump right in! At a
minimum, these pages will provide me with a place to describe these
weapon systems as I am able to learn about them.
Classic Mustang Pages:
Quite a few years ago I used to have an extensive series of Classic Mustang pages on this website. I split these pages off a few years back as I was getting far more visitors to the mustang pages then the other pages but I am bringng the pages back while I work on reformating the Mustang Website. The entire contents of the Mustang website now resides here and if you like classic mustangs check the pages out as there are a huge number of great looking cars here now!