HPR has been supporting Gunblog.com since our start last year; Almost every review we’ve done, involved the use of HPR ammo. Personally, I’ve loved their stuff since the first time I’ve shot with it. It shoots clean and accurate and costs just as much as anything you’re going to buy at Wal-Mart, plus it has the best packaging in the industry hands down. Yes, I know they support Gunblog.com, but in all honesty I’m pretty much just giving the money back to them since I order so much ammo through them.
I was ecstatic when placing my last order through them to see they have a new round out now–The 60 grain V-Max Match Grade .223. I’ve always found their 55 grain to suffice all my accuracy needs so I was extremely curious to see how their match grade stuff would perform. We have about 200 rounds of it sitting on the shelf getting ready for the range and we’ll be sure to tell you guys how it goes.
The new HPR V-Max Match .223 is 100 percent American made in Scottsdale, AZ. It features HPR’s HyPerClean technology, is made from factory processed brass, contains 1/10th grain consistency and all rounds are hand inspected. To top it off, the bullets are polymer tipped and streamlined for ultra flat trajectories. A box of 50 will run you $27.99. We’ll give you a range report on the HPR V-Max Match grade .223 after we send all of those rounds down range.Read More
Have you ever found yourself in need of a 37mm tactical flare launcher, but didn’t know where to look? Yea, me neither, but it would still be cool to have one. ATI has a whole new line of 37mm launchers available, and they have almost every flavor of the fake boomstick you could want. From a small 6″ pistol version to a full on 16″ barrel with an adjustable AR style stock, ATI has your tactical 37mm launcher needs met.
The 37mm round mainly consists of flares, gas, smoke, rubber pellets and other less lethal projectiles (so no boom booms, those are 40mm). So, for home protection use, not so much; but for making your neighbors highly uncomfortable, this thing would be awesome. Most models are all picatinny’d out so if you feel compelled to attach an optic or iron sights to your tactical flare launcher, you can. Prices range from $375 for the pistol to $775 for the 16″ version.
Personally, I cant’t really find any practical use for these things at all, but they are the coolest things I’ve seen in a while. It would be one helluva 4th of July conversation starter…Read More