Australian gun aficionados Steve and Marchy came across a couple PKM machine guns on travels around South East Asia– including one that is (slightly) suppressed.
Stephen Gary “Steve” Lee is an Aussie country musician and gun rights advocate who tends to walk the Earth with his buddy Marchy and crew seeking out oddball stuff to shoot and blow up. Kinda like Ted Nugent meets Crocodile Dundee meets Kwai Chang Caine.
And on their continuing adventures in Cambodia, which is absolutely awash in arms dating from old French bolt action rifles from WWII to Chicom and Soviet gear from the Vietnam conflict-era, they find some neat stuff.
Like the two PKMs above.
One of which is equipped with a suppressor that looks like a 4-D cell Maglite and works about as well.
The budget-friendly line of American-made Leupold VX-Freedom riflescopes found a welcome audience last year, but 2020 sees even more interesting additions to the family, with our hands-down favorite being the illuminated-reticle FireDot line.
It should come as no surprise the Ruger name is synonymous with value, and its’ AR-556 looks to fit this mold as an entry-level AR-15 with a reasonable MSRP. So how does the no-frills Ruger AR-556 perform when put to the test? Read on to find out.