Monday, July 27, 2015

50 cal Douglas XX barrel and LEFT HAND Stock For Sale

I'm not a lefty so it has no use here.

Picture ~ its the little one on the left. Large ML is SOLD

This was not one of mine I picked the pair up last year. Don't know anything about this one here other than what I've written

This is a bench gun IMO: It would make a good offhand rifle for a large man

1.124+- dia
 Douglas XX with false muzzle,
 fluted bbl. weight appx 7.25 pounds
AND was in a left handed stock.
50 cal
don't know the twist it "could be a slug gun" 
barrel is 36" long
Stock is 34" long
DBL Triggers
Manton back action left  hand lock & stock are available total package is $600.00
Bore is in great condition for it's age.
I pulled it apart to clean, so you'll get it in pieces if you take the whole ML

Date in stock in 1967 additional mark is No. 28

You could plug the hole on the left side and redrill to make it a right handed barrel.
It needs some TLC
No sights you'll have to install your own.
$600.00 PLUS shipping

Friday, July 24, 2015

Ammo Exports Across the Oceans.

Big business this munitions stuff!! bpb


By Vusala Abbasova
Azerbaijan plans to export ammunition to a range of countries, including Arab countries, Iraq, Russia and the USA, according to Defense Industry Minister Yaver Jamalov.
Currently, the export of strategic goods like large-caliber ammunition, RPQ-7V2 grenade launchers, and sniper rifles are being considered between the Azerbaijani Defense Industry Ministry and potential importers.

Jamalov, during the interview with Azeri Defense Magazine, noted that Iraq recently sent a request to the Ministry to supply the country with military goods.
"We will supply 500 RPQs, 500 mortars, and ammunition to Iraq," said the minister.
Jamalov also expressed hope that Azerbaijan will soon finalize negotiations to export its strategic military goods and achieve results on this issue in this year.
Azerbaijan has recently created the first example of the EM-14 automatic rifle chambered in 5.56x45 mm NATO cartridge.

The EM-14 automatic rifle will begin mass production for export after undergoing the necessary tests and qualifications, stressed the minister.
Jamalov doesn't exclude the possibility of using the EM-14 automatic rifle by local agencies, if such a need arises in Azerbaijan.

Discussing the range of military supplies, the minister mentioned that there are negotiations on the delivery of different calibers of ammunition to a number of countries.
Jamalov also summarized the country's military exports for the last two years, stating that the Ministry has exported goods amounting to $123 million in 2013 and $100 million in 2014.
Jamalov also noted that Azerbaijan plans to produce different types of ammunition for sniper rifles. The proposals have been sent to the government.

He expressed hope that the ammunition will be ready for release in 2016.
Currently, the country is building plants for the production of barite, TNT, and RDX, which are used in the manufacture of ammunition.
Construction of the three plants is scheduled for completion in late 2016, when Azerbaijan will stop the import of these substances and will meet its own demands for the raw materials.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

UN calls for Civilian Firearms Chip's for tracking


At a recent meeting of government representatives of nations participating in the United Nations’ Programme of Action (POA), the focus was on tracking of civilian weapons, component parts, and ammunition, and how the United States should spend more money helping foreign countries accomplish those goals.
At the Second Meeting of Governmental Experts (MGE2) held at the UN headquarters in Manhattan, the globalists discussed a couple of agenda items that should give pause to Americans.
First, the delegates at the MGE2 deliberated on how to eliminate the threat of technologically advanced weapons, including so-called polymer firearms and 3D printed guns, as well as the tracking of materials used in the “craft-production of small arms and light weapons.” 
Not surprisingly, the representative from China called for increased UN-mandated regulations on 3D printers and the weapons they produce.
In the Chair’s Summary, the group united in a call for “strengthening 3D printing regulations in the context of 3D weapon printing,” for “ensuring export licenses [are] in place for 3D printers,” for drawing global attention to “the need to pay attention to the resale of such printers,” and for “strengthening controls over 3D printing technology.”
No one is shocked, of course, that the globalists at the UN want to draw up comprehensive plans to take guns — any and every variety of gun — out of the hands of civilians.

Sunday, July 5, 2015

India Issues 73 Licences For Defence Hardware Manufacture

Think we here in the good ol' U.S. of A will see any of the small arms munitions?

India Issues 73 Licences For Defence Hardware Manufacture

India Issues 73 Licences For Defence Hardware Manufacture
Source : Our Bureau ~ Dated : Saturday, July 4, 2015 @ 12:04 PM
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The Indian government has issued 73 licences for the manufacture of defence hardware by Indian private firms during the last 12 months.

The validity of these licences is 7 years which can be extended for a further three years, the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion said in a statement.

The proposals cleared in last Licensing Committee meeting included applications from major players like Pipavav, Tatas, Samtel Thales, Solar Industries, Titagarh, Wagons, Premier Explosives etc. Many of these proposals were pending in Government for last several years.

The approved Licenses are for manufacture of various kinds of Arms and Ammunition such as Helicopters, Aircrafts, Radars, Bullet Proof Jackets, Bullet Proof Helmets, Ammunition Fired from Artillery, Tanks, Helicopters and Aircrafts, Rockets and Missiles, Filled Fuzes for Artillery Shells, Mortar Bombs, Missiles, Grenades, Vessels of War, Radar, Electronic War-fare Systems, Night Vision Devices, Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Protected Tactical Vehicles, Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Protected Tactical Vehicles, Armoured Vehicles, Armoured Personnel Carriers, Military fuses, UAVs etc.

Recently, the government had increased the initial validity period of Industrial License for Defence Sector to seven years from earlier three years, further extendable up to three years, in view of the long gestation period of defence contracts to mature.

In addition to this, the Government has taken a series of measures to improve the Ease of Doing Business in India. The Government now expects that these measures will give a boost to the private participation in the vast opportunities available for defence manufacturing in India.