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The Shooters Blog - Anything and Everything for the Modern Day Shooter The Shooters Blog Anything and Everything for the Modern Day Shooter Home About Contact Introducing DOGE? Performance Ammunition Posted by Cable on February 25, 2014 Posted in: Miscellaneous. 10 comments Finally, a viable solution for alternative ammunition sources. Introducing DOGE? PERFORMANCE AMMUNITION. Perhaps the best low-cost solution for all your shooting needs. Wow! Made from many hand picked cases with such quality. It is sure to very performance! Super non-corrosive, very primer. And wow, such grains, 124! DOGE Performance Ammo is sure to fire. Much bullets, so accuracy! Don’t spend such over charge on many bullet, get DOGE bullet and receive many saves! Wow. So amaze. Note: This ammunition is not for sale. It is a parody of WOLF Performance Ammunition and the Doge Meme. Inspired by the photoshopped DOGE .223 Rem image. Update I did not anticipate the popularity this little project would gather. I was loading up some rounds for a friend and thought it would be a funny joke to give him the box with the Doge Ammo labels. Seems like people would like to buy Doge ammo. I may have the capacity to do them in small runs of 50 round boxes. Would there be any interest if the product was provided? (Of course this is purely novelty, but it will be in an actual printed 50 round box, ammunition would be live, but for novelty only.) Vote in the poll below! [yop_poll id=”2″] Update 2 – Now with video The Target Man Spartan Omega Armor vs AR500 Armor Posted by Cable on February 7, 2014 Posted in: Guns & Gear. Leave a Comment The Most Anticipated Armor Review & Comparison: The Target Man Spartan Omega Armor vs AR500 Armor So given the current economic conditions, a lot of preppers and survivalists have had to cut down on their spending and prioritize accordingly. Body armor is a big part for many preppers, but most conventional body armor and armor plates are extremely expensive and cost prohibitive. To address these shortcomings in the armor industry, manufacturers like The Target Man and AR500 Armor have utilized abrasion resistant steel armor plating to create cost effective personal body armor. The two mentioned manufacturers are by far the most popular of the AR500 armor systems. Their low cost and effectiveness is highly attractive to frugal preppers survivalists and individuals with high-risk occupations. To combat known issues with using solid steel armor plate, both manufacturers have developed and utilized certain coatings to contain spalling or fragmentation of projectiles which can cause injury. But the question is raised: Which of the two armor systems should I get? What are the pros & cons of each system? What shortcomings or advantages does one have over the next? With the help of my friends, we created a video to show the effectiveness and performance of each system as well as address some personal opinions regarding other aspects of each armor system. It’s a tad long, but there are many important points of discussion to address. So first, we’ll give the key comparison points in the table below. (Skip the write up and jump to the video by clicking this link.) Each item will be given a rating of 1-5, 1 being the lowest, and 5 being the highest. The Target Man Spartan Omega Armor vs AR500 Armor Item TTM Spartan Omega AR500 Armor 1. Performance 4 3.5 2. Fit & Finish 5 4 3. Weight 3 2.5 4. Comfort 5 4 5. Cost 5 3 Overall 22 17 1. Performance The performance of both plates were very close in comparison. As it relates to penetration, both plates exceed Level III specifications IAW NIJ 0101.06, even going as far as stopping multiple rounds of 30-06. Slight backface deformation was observed on both plates with the higher caliber rounds including 30-06 (M2 HXP), 7.5x55mm Swiss (G11) and 12ga 1oz Slug (2 3/4″ Full Power, rifled). In terms of spalling and fragmentation, both plates contained handgun calibers very well, with the exception of shots placed within approximate 3/4″ on any given edge. We observed failure on shots placed on the edges, but the failures were greater with the AR500 Armor system. In terms of spalling & fragmentation on rifle rounds, both exhibited minor fragmentation when hit with .223 Remington 55grn FMJ and 5.56x45mm 62grn M855 Penetrator (Green Tip) ammunition. We observed slightly less overall fragmentation and material loss with the Spartan Omega armor, possibly due to the composition and elastic properties of the Rhino Liner compared with the chunky crumbly Paxcon/Line-X coating used on the AR500 Armor plates. Once compromised, both plates failed to contain the high caliber rounds, which the plates were not designed to protect against anyways. 2. Fit & Finish When it comes to fit & finish of the two armor plate systems, I really have to hand it to the Target Man Spartan Omega Armor system. The coating is very uniform and low-profile. The Spartan helmet relief is a nice aesthetic touch that reinforces the brand and just plain looks cool. We found that the coating of the AR500 Armor system was a bit rough due to the type of coating they were using (Paxcon/Line-X). We specifically ordered the extra “build up” coat which cost an additional $25 per plate. In our research, plates coated with the standard non-build up coats were not able to successfully contain spalling & fragmentation. The extra build up layer adds both thickness and weight. We found this added thickness and weight to be more or less on par with the thinner and lighter Rhino Liner on the Spartan Omega Armor in terms of performance. The two coatings are slightly different in composition as well. We found that the Spartan Omega armor was a little more dense, and a lot more rubbery with elastic properties. The AR500 Armor system was a little less compacted and chunky or flaky overall. Due to the reduced thickness and overall finish of the Spartan Omega armor, this system comes out on top in this category. 3. Weight One of the shortcomings of the utilization of AR500 steel as a personal body armor is the weight. What you save in cost, you make up in weight. Other level 3 and level 4 armor alternatives weigh anywhere between 3-4 pounds per plate on average. Generally speaking, any AR500 armor plate system will run between 7-9lbs depending on the manufacturer and any coatings applied. We bought both the Target Man Spartan Omega Armor and the AR500 Armor systems in sets of 2. When weighed, the AR500 Armor plates came out to a total of 19.6lbs. The Target Man Spartan Omega Armor’s coating is more uniform and dense, which allows it to be thinner overall. Two Spartan Omega Armor plates came out to 19.2lbs total. That’s 9.8lbs for the AR500 armor and 9.6lbs for the Spartan Omega Armor. Overall you save almost a whole pound across two plates, but given that they both use 1/4″ thick AR500 steel, the weight will be very similar. Slight advantage given to the Spartan Omega Armor, but the weight of both systems just sucks due... Whois

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