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Part 2: AR15 weapon manipulation and malfunction clearing.

Kelly Neal is a very accomplished competitive shooter amongst many diverse shooting competitions and Chris Neal is a veteran SWAT LEO that has been through more than his share of real-world lessons and they're working together to provide top tier training.

These Neal/Lapre classes are truly unique in that they approach the topic from both the competitive and tactical sides simultaneously. This is directly inline with InRangeTV's opinion on the topic so we visited with them for 1 day of this 2 day class to bring you some information and encouragement to do the same.

At this time, Neal & Lapre only teach in central Arizona and they have an intermittent schedule but we will keep our viewers informed as to when they plan to have more courses to take and, if you're sufficiently local (or willing to travel), you should do so.

We can not recommend anything taught by these two men highly enough.

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The AR15 charging handle we're all familiar with was actually an afterthought when the original design of a trigger shaped handle under the "carrying handle" turned out to get too hot.

The AR15 charging system actually turned out to be a good solution in regards to heat mitigation and to keep the weapon sealed against the ingress of dirt and debris.

While the standard charging handle is sufficient, there is actually a lto of room for improvement. While it seems like this would be a relatively insigifcant change, it actually is not, and we discuss that in this video where we've chosen to standardize on the Geissele Super Charging Handle for the WWSD project.

Geissele Super Charging Handle:
https://geissele.com/upper-parts/super-charging-handles.html

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The next Lapre/Neal class is a carbine class on 11/18-19, 2017. If you are interested, please contact [email protected] and we'll get you connected.

Part 1: Live fire drills, shooting on the clock and weapon handling.

Kelly Neal is a very accomplished competitive shooter amongst many diverse shooting competitions and Chris Neal is a veteran SWAT LEO that has been through more than his share of real-world lessons and they're working together to provide top tier training.

These Neal/Lapre classes are truly unique in that they approach the topic from both the competitive and tactical sides simultaneously. This is directly inline with InRangeTV's opinion on the topic so we visited with them for 1 day of this 2 day class to bring you some information and encouragement to do the same.

At this time, Neal & Lapre only teach in central Arizona and they have an intermittent schedule but we will keep our viewers informed as to when they plan to have more courses to take and, if you're sufficiently local (or willing to travel), you should do so.

We can not recommend anything taught by these two men highly enough.

InRangeTV is wholly viewer supported, please consider it:
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DefCon, hosted for 25 years in Las Vegas, NV, is the world's largest hacking conference.

The online/digital world and the real world aren't intersecting - they are inexorably tied together. There is no differentiation between the two anymore and therefore it's relevant for anyone who is paying attention to demystify all technology, kinetic or digital, and that's what the DefCon "unofficial" shoot provides.

Hackers and regular people from around the world attend DefCon and this shoot is a unique opportunity to demystify a technology that's all too frequently demonized inappropriately.

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This video is a primer on the practical and real world use of the quickly adjustable 2 point sling.

We walk you through length adjustment, marksmanship usage, transitions, backpack carry and more!

In this video we specifically use the Viking Tactics sling but any quick adjust sling will work.

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We were provided access to quite a few awesome Finnish firearms while in Finland and we jumped on that opportunity to do analyze the M31 Suomi, but then also to compare it against the later Finnish SMG, the KP44.

The M31 is frequently referred to as the best sub machine gun of WW2, and there's good reason fo this - the Finns used them with telling effect in the Winter War. So much so, in fact, that the Russians landed up relaunching renewed SMG programs in Soviet military (which they had previously shelved). So, via a few degrees of separation, you can make the argument that the Finnish success with the M31 ultimately culminated in the development of the Kalashnikov!

Live fire footage and experience with the M31 is a frequently requested topic, so hopefully you enjoy this discussion of the M31 and our comparison of it the KP44!

Don't forget to also check out Forgotten Weapon's video regarding the M31 SMG:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F4bjxmrLw4

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Even if the AK isn't the overall "winner" in regards to these mud tests, she's definitely hands down the supreme victor in regards to cleaning afterwards.

Everthing is give and take with weapons design and the AK is defintiely designed to be resiliant in the field with minimal maintenance. This post mud test cleaning video demonstrates how successful the AK design is in that regard.

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We mud test an Arsenal SLR104 (5.45x39) and a Valmet M76 (5.56x45).

Ever since the original Romanian AKM mud test we've been told that a "quality" AK would pass, in otherwords equal the successes of the multiple AR15s we've done.

Let's find out.

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We've gone through all the testing we needed to do and we're now "officially certifying" the Faxon barrel and carbon fiber free float tube as a confirmed part of our WWSD rifle builds.

In this video we discuss why we chose these components, our experiences with them so far and why they belong in the WWSD concept.

Faxon:
http://faxonfirearms.com/

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This month's Q&A is nearly 2 hours long and broken up into three parts.

Here's part 3, the end, the finale. The last part of this Q&A!

0:00
Dan
What is the worst gun that you really like?

6:26
Michael P
Roland-special style pistol set ups are making micro-comps popular on carry pieces. What's your thoughts and/or experience with them. Are they viable?

10:30
BRWaldo
With the recent developments in passive exoskeletons what future use do you see for passive and active exoskeletons and maybe even power armor?

Scott W
Various military reseaech programs are increasingly showing conceptual future soldiers with technology lifted or inspired by sci-fi entertainment: are there concepts presented in sci-fi of truly far off tech that you guys feel would really make an improvement in real combat conditions, when that tech eventually makes a breakthrough?

15:40
Paul D
What was the most interesting thing you learned on your recent trip to Finland?

19:52
Jon B
Can you guys recommend a good quality firearms related podcast?

P&S:
https://primaryandsecondary.com/
The Arms Room:
https://thearmsroomvom.podbean.com/
Modern Rifleman:
http://modernriflemanradio.com/
Handgun Radio:
https://firearmsradio.tv/handgun-radio/

21:50
Shawn F
Have you guys considered doing morale patches for sale?

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