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Lagrangesport Shop, Inc.
(252) 566-9981
7903 Highway 70 West
La Grange, NC
Bailey, David
6746 Old Beulah Rd
Kenly, NC
Mike'S Gun Shop
130 Sunset Ln
Albertson, NC
Dick's Sporting Goods
(919) 662-4177
145 Shenstone Ln
Garner, NC
Tally-Oh Trader
102-104 Old Hwy 75
Stem, NC
195 Old Daughtry Rd
Princeton, NC
W & W Enterprises
6013 Hwy 222 W
Kenly, NC
6911 Bill Poole Rd
Rougemont, NC
National Jewelry & Pawn Inc #3
3165 Hillsborough Rd
Durham, NC
Gunners Choice Outfitters Inc
106 Carolina Dr
Dunn, NC

AR-15 Spotlight: The Les Baer Custom Police Special

AR-15 Spotlight: The Les Baer Custom Police Special

mgodfrey | Mar 05, 2009 | Comments 0

A custom AR-15 for $1,690 that blows bullets and minds

The Les Baer Custom Police Special AR-15 is a Hell of a Deal!

It seems a simple enough mission: buy a quality, custom AR-15 at an affordable price. A quick, painless trip to the firearm store should complete the task, right?


Unless it is a Les Baer “Police Special” Custom 16-inch AR .223, you better not lose your receipt. Unlike other “affordable” AR-15s, the “Police Special” does not skimp on quality.

Features include:

- LBC forged and machined upper and lower receiver
- Removable carry handle with rear sight
- Picatinny flattop rail on upper
- Standard style carrier
- Precision bolt and extractor
- 16″ precision button rifled steel barrel with 1X8 twist
- 5-position collapsible stock
- Special 4-way Picatinny handguard free floated
- Lockable sling swivel mounted on stud on 4-way handguard
- 1″ nylon sling
- A2 style flash hider
- Hard coat anodized upper and lower
- Phosphate finish on steel parts
- Steel front sight base
- Timney Match trigger group
- (2) 30-round magazines

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Nighthawk Custom Dominator

Nighthawk Custom Dominator 1911 is Beauty, Beast
January 08, 2008
by  Dave Morelli
Typically, I like shooting almost anything that goes boom. I have opportunities to shoot many types and styles of firearms, but when a 1911 comes along, it finds a soft spot in my heart.
The Nighthawk Custom 1911 Dominator is a great example of such guns.

Loaded with Features
When I removed the 1911 Dominator from its case, I was immediately struck by the laser-engraved cocobolo grips. They are beautifully done. Matched with a Black Perma-Coat slide on a hard-chromed frame, they give the pistol a great look and tough finish that will resist the normal wear of a carry gun.

The gun also has Nighthawk Custom fully adjustable sights that fit a Bo-Mar dovetail, with yellow tritium inserts in the rear and green in front. All the inserts have white rings for daytime gunfights. The 5-inch match-grade barrel is crowned and beveled flush with the bushing.

There are 25-lines-per-inch serrations on the slide-stop, rear of the slide and checkered on the front and backstrap. They give the pistol a firm, comfortable grip. The serrations on the slide keep glare from being a problem in critical sighting situations. The checkering grabs your hand, but the pistol does not grab your clothing because it’s dehorned for concealed carry.

When I get smooth frames in my shop, I always recommend checkering, and most folks love the difference in feel. When buying a custom gun, I look for this feature because it’s so important for a good grip. This is especially true in damp conditions or quick-presentation drills. During the stress of a defensive situation, the feel of checkering adds confidence you need to survive.

The front-sight blade is pyramid-shaped so it doesn’t grab on the way out of a concealed holster. The slidehas front and rear cocking serrations. I don’t know why everybody doesn’t put front cocking serrations on 1911s. I do a press check every time the pistol goes in my holster for sentry duty, and although that can be done without front serrations, they make it much easier. (A press check involves inspecting the chamber for a live round by pushing the slide back a bit to get a visual on the round and then letting it close.)

On older Colts that didn’t have front serrations, the thumb or edge of your second finger pushed back below the barrel on the guide rod. Those guns didn’t have a full-length guide rod — as most do now — and putting the thumb or any body part in front of the muzzle isn’t safe. The serrations let you grip the frame from underneath and pull the slide back. The Dominator I shot did not have one-piece guide rod, so it could be done either way. However, I prefer to grab the slide from behind the muzzle.

The magazine well on the 1911 Dominator is deep and extended. It’s easily hit with a fresh magazine when recharging the gun in quick-load fashio...

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