Radio Contra Sons of Liberty Live is on the air! We’re joined by fellow American Partisan writer and owner of Mason Dixon Tactical, JC Dodge. We discuss everything from the 20 Republicans who supported new Attorney General Merrick Garland, survivalism and prepping over the years, and notes on a practical combat weapon setup.
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6 thoughts on “Radio Contra: Sons of Liberty Live Episode 4”
200 yards is long range shooting, for 22LR and pistol.
It’s do-able and worth practicing a bit, if 22LR or pistol are all you have.
Obviously with a pistol, you’ll need to fire from a rest at 200. But it’s do-able.
I was busting their balls a bit, but 200m is an excellent practice distance for intermediate caliber weapons.
Speaking of the CROWS system, this is being fielded now.
SOCOM Fields Killer Robots “For Immediate Force Protection”
MAR 11, 2021
[These will be used during the coming “war against domestic extremism” instead of going door to door with SWAT teams.]
A new R&D budget document from the Office of the Secretary of Defense reveals that Special Operation Command (SOCOM) has already acquired and possibly fielded remote weapon technology for ground robots, according to Forbes.
Called the Lightweight Remote Weapons System (LRWS), it’s a miniature version of the Commonly Remotely Operated Weapon Station (CROWS). This unmanned turret enables an operator inside an armored vehicle to find targets via cameras and engage targets with high-powered weapons.
Great discussion about the history and potential of the AR platform!
Stoner created a platform that was able to morph from the super light 20″ pencil barrel with a carry handle. to super accurate flat tops able to carry a variety of day/night sight options.
Caseless ammo: HEAT KILLS. That heat has to go somewhere. Brass/steel cases are heat sinks that carry off most of the heat. Without the cases, rifles get super hot in sustained fire, and can lead to cookoffs in the mag.
I don’t want to pick nits, but since you were discussing VLTOR products and couldn’t remember what it meant, ultor (ultor-oris/m) is Latin for avenger, or punisher. The ancient Romans wrote their “U” as a “V”, thus, VLTOR.
Cool. Learn something new every day brother.
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