This is the first time I’ve seen pictures of Surefire‘s new high-capacity 60 and 100 round mags. Surefire has been marketing them as “anti-ambush” mags because of the uninterrupted firepower they can provide during the critical, first 30 seconds of an ambush.
Traditional high-capacity drums have been notoriously unreliable. Supposedly, the quad-stack box mag design is a lot more reliable than the drum design. Surefire is the leader in tactical flashlights. I have two Surefire flashlights and I would not buy any other weapons-light but Surefire. If the quality of their flashlights is any indication of what to expect with their mags, I’m pretty sure they’ll be reliable.
I really wouldn’t mind trying out the 60 round mag in Vegas! I think the 100 round mag is just way too heavy and long to retain agility.
Last night, I was catching up with a friend at Orochon in Little Tokyo and made an obligatory stop at Kinokuniya. Was flipping through the latest copy of Option and caught this. This is TCP Magic’s 4-Rotor “26B” motor.
Baldy’s car on a treadmill at KT Motoring (formerly known as Tha Shop). I’ll be posting a ton of pictures of the install before it got on the treadmill.
Jay, thanks for hooking it up!
Finally got my turbo in for my ITB turbo setup…
A week or two ago, these came into Toda Racing USA. I wasn’t actually going to pick these up today but I was in the neighborhood of Toda Racing USA so I stopped by. Big thanks to Ali at Toda Racing USA for all the technical support with this!
When looking at these ITBs, I feel nostalgic. It reminds me of the early days of owning my RSX. It reminds me when I first discovered HyperRev. Back then, I really didn’t think I would get ITBs because I didn’t think my build would progress this far. But here I am now, finally picking up my last mod which was one of the first mods that I wanted to get.
No body armor, no AR-15… fuhhh… But at least they had a 1911 on their side!