Icon Variant & Airframe Ghost Helmets
Overview of Icon Carbon Ghost Variant Helmet
Variant Ghost Carbon Helmet For assignments off the official record, we offer the Ghost Carbon Variant. Weve taken the standard Variants cross-terrain functionality and added a hand-laid carbon fiber shell, translucent supervents, and endurance yellow tinted Optics shield - all finished with our Rubatone tactile coating. We can neither confirm nor deny the specifics of any mission involving the Variant Ghost Carbon. Variant Helmet Its a matter of survival. In an unforgiving maze of gravelstrewn corners and malevolent steel, a rider needs protection, vision and comfort. The call to arms has been answered. Introducing the ICON Variant helmet. The wind tunnel-refined shell, executed in a Fiberglass/Dyneema/Carbon matrix, forms a solid first line of defense. Internally, a dual-density EPS core provides critical Energy Management which reduces transmitted impact forces. Of course safety is best maintained by avoiding the crash altogether. To this end, the Variant features a reshaped eyeport which provides enhanced peripheral vision. The Variants unique visor system also contributes to improved vision. When properly designed, such as on the Variant, the visor can help block bright sunlight while producing minimal lift characteristics. Couple this with our Fog-Free coating and it is obvious why the vision aspects of the Variant are superior. Another important method of increasing safety is to reduce rider fatigue. Excessive heat buildup can result in both discomfort and distraction. Neither is a good situation. The Variants extensive venting system works at all speeds, providing necessary airflow to the helmet interior. The airflow works in conjunction with the wicking Hydradry liner to effectively reduce heat buildup. Variant Features All world standard, meets or exceeds the following: dot fmvss 218 (us), ece 22-05 (europe), sai as1698 (australia) & sg (japan) safety and testing standards. Fiberglass/dyneema/carbon fiber shell Long oval headform Wind tunnel tested and refined Anti-lift visor to reduce glare Multiple oversized intake and exhaust ports Molded eps nose reduces shield fogging Quick-change fog-free shield Fully removable/washable hydradry interior Rear spoiler for reduced helmet buffeting
Overview of Icon Carbon Ghost Airframe Helmet
The ICON Airframe helmet represents the pinnacle in modern helmet design. The Airframe is equipped with multiple safety and comfort features developed through exhaustive research and real world feedback. Premier manufacturing processes assure that the Airframe meets or exceeds the high safety standards set by DOT,ECE,SG and SAI. When fitted properly, the precisely-engineered Fiberglass/Dyneema/Carbon Fiber composite shell and energy-absorbing dual-density EPS liner reduce transmitted impact forces. To keep you focused on whats ahead of you, the Airframe is fitted with ICONs Proshield. Not only is the Proshield available in a variety of tinted styles with side plates for more graphic real estate, but it also features the Prolock shield lock system to keep your shield locked down, even during those high-speed head-checks. We know people come in all shapes and sizes, so why not helmets? The Airframe is available in XS-3X with cheekpads that are interchangeable across the entire size range for tailoring just the right fit. Additionally, the HydraDry moisture wicking material used throughout the interior comfort liner and extensive venting system combine to produce the industrys most ventilated and comfortable helmet. Airframe Ghost Carbon Helmet The tactical advantage requires equipment and experience that are up to the challenge. Enter the Ghost Carbon Airframe. Our Airframe chassis, hand-laid carbon fiber shell, translucent supervents, endurance yellow tinted Optics shield - finished with our exclusive Rubatone tactile coating. The Ghost Carbon is prepared to drop into in any scenario and leave no trace upon its exit. Airframe Features all world standard, meets or exceeds the following: dot fmvss 218 (us), ece 22-05 (europe) Fiberglass/dyneema/carbon fiber shell Medium oval headform Wind tunnel tested and refined Multiple oversized intake and exhaust ports Removable molded breath deflector reduces shield fogging Quick-change fog-free proshield with sideplates Fully removable/washable hydradry interior Rear spoiler for reduced helmet buffeting Prolock secure shield locking system
Sig Sauer P226 / P229 Legion 9mm Overview and Comparison
See detailed information on Sig Sauer's new P226 Legion and P229 Legion pistols.
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The Legion series is basically an enhanced / upgraded version of Sig's existing P226 and P229 platforms. The P226 and P229 are coated in gray PVD (physical vapor deposition) which is the same as Sig's black Nitron coat.
In this video we detail the features of the P226 and P229 Legion and compare the P226 Legion to two of Sig's most similar pistols, the P226 Stainless Elite and P226 Enhanced Elite.
The Legion has enhancements to the frame including more aggressive front strap checkering along with checkering on the front and underside of the magazine well. The frame also has an X-5 undercut making the reach to the trigger slightly reduced.
The Legion uses a Bruce Gray Grayguns Intermediate Adjustable Trigger which allows for changing the over travel.
The grips are two piece G-10 and have the Legion logo along with a texture that allows for a solid grip but hopefully won't overly aggressive.
The Legion pistols are shipping with Sig's new X-Ray3 sights which allow for better day time visibility than Sig's standard SIGLite night sights. They also have tritium inserts like Sig's other night sights.
Other modifications include modified slide stop / release and decocker levers. The ones on these pistols have a reduced profile compared to the standard Sig P226 / P229 models.
Finally, the Legion pistols include after purchase incentives. You will want to register the pistol with Sig Sauer because they will send you a free custom molded case and challenge coin. You'll also receive inside information about new Legion series releases and you'll qualify to buy other Legion logo gear only offered to Legion members. These include holsters, lights / lasers, knives, and lifestyle apparel.
P30sk DA/SA LEM 4.1 Hybrid
Rick Holm of Lazy Wolf Guns transformed my V3 P30sk into an awesome hybrid.
Garmin Edge 1030 top features - is it worth the upgrade?
Garmin Edge 1030 top 7 features, is it worth the money to upgrade if you already have a Edge 1000
The Garmin Edge 1030 has been released after much speculation and leaks over the last few years and the big question on everyone’s lips is the device really worth the money to upgrade. At £499 / $599 it’s a big ask if you already have an Edge 1000 or an 810 that works well. Garmin has released 2 variants of the Edge 1030, one being a standard edition that includes the Edge 1030, charging cable and various mounts and the second being the performance bundle which includes all of the above, but including a Heart rate monitor and Cadence sensor. The big surprise to me is that with the performance bundle you don’t get the battery pack which is an optional extra with both additions.
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- Garmin Edge 1030 TRENDLINE popularity routing
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- Garmin Edge 1030 advance performance feature
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Top 10 Pistols of The 20th Century
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10.Mauser C96 0:03
The Mauser C96 is the first reliable semi automatic pistol-chambered in 7.63x25 millimetre mauser round and was produced from 1896 to 1937. The gun's distinctive appearance earned it the nickname Broomhandle in the English-speaking world.
9.SIG Sauer P226 1:25
The Sig Sauer P226 is a full-size, semi-automatic pistol chambered for the 9x19 milimetre Parabellum with standard capacity of 15 rounds, also available in 40 S&W, 357 SIG and 22 LR. The Navy SEALS chose to adopt the P226 as the P226 MK25 with special corrosion protection. It's produced in many variants.
8.Luger P08 2:43
The Luger P08 is a semi-automatic pistol designed by Georg Luger in 1898. It's well known-from its use by Germans during WW1 and WW2. It's notable that this was the first pistol chambered in the 9x19 Parabellum.
7.Walther PPK 3:42
The Walther PPK is a smaller version of the Walther PP with a shorter grip, barrel, frame and reduced magazine capacity. This pistol introduced in 1930 was primarily chambered in 32 ACP but it's notable for being the first pocket automatic to be chambered in a relatively strong caliber, the 380 ACP.
The Makarov was manufactured in several communist countries during the Cold War and afterwards, apart from the USSR itself, they were East Germany, Bulgaria, China, and post-reunification Germany.
5.CZ 75 5:40
The gun was introduced in 1975 and it's one of the original wonder nines featuring a staggered-column 15 round magazine, all-steel construction, and a hammer forged barrel.
4.Walther P38 6:43
The Walther P38 is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9x19 parabellum developed by Walther arms and produced from 1938 to 1945. It was intended to replace the expensive and very complicated Luger P08 in the Wehrmacht.
3.Browning Hi-Power 7:40
The Browning Hi-Power is a single action, semi automatic handgun produced by the FN Herstal in Belgium since 1935 and used extensively during the World War 2.
2.Glock 17 8:40
The Glock 17 is the mostwidely used law enforcement pistol around the world. The magazine holds 17 rounds.With the revolutionary Safe Action trigger system, the Glock 17 pistol is safe, easy, and quick to use.
1.Colt 1911 9:39
The Colt M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, recoil-operated pistol chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. This is perhaps the most successful and long lasting design of any firearm ever made.
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Ruger 77/22 Firearm Maintenance: Part 2 Cleaning
As part of Brownells' Firearm Maintenance Series, in this video, one of our gunsmiths goes through step-by-step how-to properly clean the Ruger 77/22 and its variants. Be sure to check out our subsequent videos on how-to disassemble, lubricate and reassemble a Ruger 77/22 and its variants. For more firearm how-to's or to get the products used in this video visit today!
Sprinco AR15 Enhanced Carbine Buffer Spring review & installation
Made with a ASTM Grade A877 Chrome silicon wire stock that is heat treated, stress relieved and dual stage shot-peened (post winding). These are far superior to stainless steel springs and will probably outlast your rifle. The spring reviewed/installed here is the Blue version, which is a Enhanced power buffer spring. There are also several other variants available. Visit for complete specifications.
Ruger 77/22 Firearm Maintenance: Part 3 Lubrication
As part of Brownells' Firearm Maintenance Series, in this video, one of our gunsmiths goes through step-by-step how-to properly lubricate the Ruger 77/22 and its variants.. Be sure to check out our subsequent videos on how-to disassemble, clean and reassemble a Ruger 77/22 and its variants. For more firearm how-to's or to get the products used in this video visit today!
Ruger 77/22 Firearm Maintenance: Part 1 Disassembly
As part of Brownells' Firearm Maintenance Series, in this video, one of our gunsmiths goes through step-by-step how-to properly disassemble the Ruger 77/22. Be sure to check out our subsequent videos on how-to clean, lubricate and reassemble a Ruger 77/22. For more firearm how-to's or to get the products used in this video visit today!
Ruger 77/22 Firearm Maintenance: Part 4 Reassembly
As part of Brownells' Firearm Maintenance Series, in this video, one of our gunsmiths goes through step-by-step how-to properly reassemble the Ruger 77/22 and its variants. Be sure to check out our subsequent videos on how-to disassemble, clean and lubricate a Ruger 77/22 and its variants. For more firearm how-to's or to get the products used in this video visit today!
Now Green Tea Extract Review | Lean Green Fat Burning Machine?
Now Green Tea Extract Review
It is being commonly known that green tea may help with the burning of fat cells. But how effective is green tea extract at burning this unwanted fat? Is Now Sports up to the task? Let's see what the label claims.
Looking at the label it is obvious that this product is not supposed to be strictly a fat burner. The main purpose of this supplement is in fact to be a powerful anti-oxidant and free radical scavenger. This is important to take into consideration when judging this supplement. Let's see what the real consumers have been saying, time for some social proof.
1) Very cheap
2) Reduced stress
3) Provides energy
1) No observed weight loss
There look to be some decent benefits there, as for the ratings, here we see that bodybuilding.com provides us with 51 ratings scoring an 8.8. Supplementreviews.com has one lonely review scoring a 6 out of 10. However, this reviewers was trying to use this supplement as a fat burner. Our total is 52 ratings scoring 8.75. Let's see what green tea extract is all about, time to analyze the active ingredients.
Green Tea Extract (400mg):
- Green Tea Extract comes only from the leaves of Camellia sinensis that have undergone minimal processing to preserve their integrity.
- Green Tea originally comes from China where they are used for medicine and recreation.
- Reports of health benefits from drinking green tea include lowering the risk for developing heart disease, promotes active metabolism, reduces stress and anxiety, fights off infections and lowers bacterial infection.
- Green Tea promotes an active metabolism but does not necessarily burn fat.
- The benefits of an active metabolism may have misled many to believe that it will also burn your fat away.
- There are many components in achieving weight loss and simply consuming tea extract is not going to be a single shot solution.
- The Extract that is included in the supplement contains 40% Catechins and 60% Polyphenols.
- This is a good thing because these antioxidants inhibit the oxidation of the molecules in our cells.
- When molecules are oxidized they lose electrons which means that the cell will soon weaken and die. Green Tea prolongs the time that the cells are healthy.
- There are no reported negative side effects of green tea except for the fact that it contains caffeine and may result in induced caffeine related symptoms like difficulty in falling asleep.
- But there are variants of green tea out there that are decaffeinated.
This just in, green tea doesn't directly burn fat, it is meant to be a health boosting supplement. The user can expect something that will:
- Help boost immune system
- Help improve metabolism
- Decrease levels of free radicals in body
Some draw backs to consider are simply this:
- It won't serve as a miracle fat buner
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Testing P30sk Trigger Job by Lazy Wolf Guns Part 1
I finally got to the range to test out the trigger job done for me by Rick Holm of Lazy Wolf Guns. Super sweet.
Kel-Tec Gen2 Sub2000 - New and Improved
The SUB-2000™ is a semi-automatic rifle chambered for the 9mm Luger or the .40 cal. S&W cartridge. Different versions of the SUB-2000™ rifle will accept most double column handgun magazines (see list below). By rotating the barrel upwards and back, the SUB-2000™ rifle can instantly be reduced to a size of 16.25 x 7 inches for ease of storage.
The polymer of the weapon is made of an impact modified glass reinforced Zytel. Two integrated Picatinny rails come standard on the SUB-2000™ forend for mounting compatible accessories. The forend also includes five mounting slots per side, configured for various M-LOK™ accessories.
The stock can be adjusted to three different positions for shooter's comfort. Each position adds approximately 5/8 of an inch to the overall length of the weapon, with a total extension of 1.25 inches in the further rearward position. The stock includes a single point sling loop attachment, a slot for adding a nylon sling loop (1.25 wide is ideal), and a Picatinny rail on the bottom for adding small accessories.
The SUB-2000™ features a push-bolt safety located behind the trigger on the grip assembly. The bolt can be locked in the rear position by cycling the bolt to the rear and rotating the operating handle up into the cutout on the receiver. The rear sight is of aperture type and the AR style front sight can be adjusted for windage and elevation.
The thread protector on the SUB-2000™ is removable, if the shooter desires to replace the thread protector with a compatible accessory for the 1/2-28 threads (9mm model) or 9/16-24 threads (.40 cal S&W). The SUB-2000™ can easily be disassembled for cleaning or inspection without tools.
The 9mm SUB-2000™ can be configured in the following magazine types: GLK17, GLK19, S&W59, BERETTA92, SIG226.
The .40 SUB-2000™ can be configured in the following magazine types: GLK22, GLK23, BERETTA96, S&W4006, SIG226.
SUB-2000™ will be configured in the Smith and Wesson M&P variant 2nd Quarter 2016.
Fly Tying: Prince Nymph for European Nymphing
Featured in this YouTube fly tying tutorial is a classic pattern with a modern twist: the Prince nymph tied on a jig hook for European and Czech-syle nymphing. By slightly modifying this fly, we end up with a Guide Pattern, being that the fly has reduced materials, fewer procedures, and is effective at catching many fish. I recommend this pattern to all, especially if you are interested in European nymphing, including the Czech and French styles. Feel free to share any additional modifications you have to this great pattern.
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Hook – Allen Fly Fishing J100BL; sizes 8-22
Thread – UNI 6/0; Black
Bead – Tungsten slotted; copper
Weight - .010 lead wire
Tail – Brown goose biots
Ribbing – UNI-French Oval; copper (medium)
Body – Peacock herl
Horns – White goose biots
Grayguns P30 trigger pefection
This is the Grayguns trigger upgrade for the HK P30 V1 Light LEM. It is one of, if not the best trigger I've ever felt on a handgun, especially a non-1911.
It's called the Heckler & Koch Reduced Reset Carry Perfection Package on their website. They delivered as promised.
Amazing work from an easy to deal with company, highly recommended.
How much weight should I be squatting to jump higher?
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Jerea6 is a YouTube viewer and he says, Dear Jacob, I'm wondering how much weight I need to be lifting, I am 5'7 and weigh about 150 right now, pretty much all muscle. (Awesome) I know that in your workout it says that you need enough weight to do only eight reps and explode, but that is a lot of weight, especially dead lifting, any suggestions?
So how much weight do you need to be lifting? Well how much weight does anyone need to be lifting? Well this is a great question so let's go right into it. Now, lifting weights helps you get stronger, getting stronger allows you to overcome your own body weight easier and thus faster. Just think if you weighed fifty pounds, how much easier it would be, you would feel like a feather, and you could actually move faster. Just like if this was a bowling ball and I tried to throw it, I couldn't throw it very far, why? Because the strength to resistance ratio would be pretty high, but since it is a basketball or if I were super-duper strong and it was a bowling ball, it's easy, it's light to throw so I can get the high velocity very fast. So that's why it's important to be strong.
So how much weight should you be lifting? Probably as much as possible, yes there is a point of diminishing returns. What that means is there is a point where you stop increasing your vertical even if you are getting stronger, because that strength doesn't help you move any faster. Just like this basketball, there is probably only a certain amount of strength that it takes so then I need to start working on my actual technique and accelerating faster. There comes a point where more strength isn't going to help me move it faster because I have enough. The same thing with jumping higher, now with one caveat, very few people ever reach that point of diminishing returns with their strength. Some people get, yes some reduced returns but they don't just stop gaining. Few people are so strong that no longer can they benefit from getting stronger.
So with that as an introduction, how much weight should you be lifting when you are training? Well, you should be lifting enough weight that it challenges you to functional hyper trophy, so what that means is if you are lifting very light weight it's not going to challenge your muscles to the point of super compensation. Super compensation means that your body is not going to say dang this is something we need to get stronger at, because the weight is so light. That is why walking doesn't make you stronger, because it's not very much resistance.
So as a general rule, as a general rule, don't go above eight reps, if you can do it more than eight times, you are starting to get to a point where you are not challenging yourself to get stronger; you are actually challenging your endurance, your anaerobic endurance. So it's just a different type of super compensatory response. You want the strength response, not the endurance response.
That is why we say in general don't go over eight reps. Yeah you can get stronger with two reps, one rep, five reps, maybe even ten, but as a general rule we stick people around eight. Don't go over eight, so if you can do it more than eight, add weight. I hate to say to somebody, hey you're 150 lbs. and you need to do this weight so many times, because it's just not the case. What you need to do is find a weight you can do no more than eight times, if you can do it more add weight until you can't do it more than eight times.
So that's how it goes for getting stronger. So you kind of obey those rules and understand that there is no given weight based on your size and based on the fact that you are all muscle and all that. So you just need to continue to be getting stronger. Some people say, in order to jump 40 you need to jump two times your body weight. Well that is not necessarily true, every individual is different, why? Because people's muscle fibers are different types, people's technique, peoples limb lengths, there are lots of different variants.
There are people who can't even squat their body weight and can jump pretty well, and who only squat 1.5 of their body weight and jump very well, that's because there are a lot of variables. There is also another thing to consider, is even if you can squat say 300 lbs. what is important is how much of your strength you can use during your vertical leap, you see a vertical leap only last about .3 seconds. So you only have a very slight amount of time to recruit and use muscle fiber in order to create acceleration and reach a high velocity, I know that is a big mouth full.
ABUS GameChanger - Let´s change the Game
Der ABUS GameChanger ist der ultimative Aero-Helm für professionellen Radrennsport und höchste Ansprüche. Er definiert Aerodynamik neu.
Aerodynamik pur - im Windkanal entwickelt, auf der Straße getestet. Der Helm sorgt für eine reduzierte Windangriffsfläche bei allen Bedingungen - optimierte Aerodynamik unabhängig von der Kopfneigung und bei unterschiedlichen Anströmwinkeln.
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Tokyo Marui Sig Sauer P226 E2 Review
Tokyo Marui Sig Sauer P226 E2 Review. **REAL STEEL HISTORY** 'E2' (pronounced 'E-squared'), or otherwise known as Enhanced Ergonomics, is SIG Sauer's attempt to make the large frame gun more ergonomic for persons with small and medium sized hands. A reduced grip size and reduced reach trigger bring the trigger face back more than 13 mm (0.5 in), thus potentially allowing better trigger manipulation and control for a greater number of shooters. Other standard features include the Short Reset Trigger, aggressive grip finish texture, and a new wrap-around, one-piece grip panel configuration. The gun was discontinued from the P226 model lineup at the end of 2010 but the E2-style grip system has been adopted on and carried over to other P226 variants.
Capacity 24 rounds.
Safety: Manual ASGK standard. Push on the other side of the take down lever and it'll slide through half way, putting the weapon on safe.
Operation: Double or single action, with working decocker.
Skirmish experience, skirmished twice so far, worked well (04-11-12) No jams or venting etc. Fired 500 rounds or so and couldn't be much better.
Texas Varmint Benchrest & Rimfire World Shoot | Shooting USA
This time, it’s small varmints shot at long ranges in the Lone Star State. It’s precision shooting with benchrest rifles in the latest version of two traditional sports becoming a new challenge: silhouette and benchrest. And John Scoutten also tries the challenge of knocking down 1-MOA Coyotes with his Precision Rifle.
Then, families compete together with .22-caliber pistols and rifles. It’s the Rimfire Challenge World Championship, with hundreds of competitors ringing steel for time on the ranges in Alabama, including a six-year-old hot shot!
And, one of the most popular rifles in the world for military, police hunters and enthusiasts. The Remington 700 is one of History’s Guns.
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