BCM at AIM Surplus

We have slowly been adding to our BCM product line-up over the past few months. Got a bunch of new to us stuff this Friday. While building the ads for them I came across a really neat video on the BCM Compensators hosted by our Buddy Larry Vickers. Check it out vid past the new product links, it’s a quick one.


We have a great deal on some cosmetic blem BLACK FORGE BF15 KRYPTEK CAMO Receiver Sets.

BLACK FORGE BF15 Multi-Cal Receiver Sets. These are High Quality, to Military Specification 7075-T6 Aluminum Receivers with M-4 Feed Ramps and 1913 Picatinny Rail Flat Top. Bullet Pictogram markings on the lower. These Receivers feature minor cosmetic (metal finish) blemish’s that do not affect function. While supplies last…
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InExtremis Consulting Firearm Training

We can never stress enough the importance of Firearm training. Responsible Guns owners know how to safely use and manipulate their Firearms. There is no better way to learn and improve yourself as a shooter than to attend a Training Class/Event. Not to mention how much fun they are!
Our Friends over at the INEXtremis Consulting Group have some great training courses and a beautiful private facility. They are also responsible for the Great line of Griffin Armament Products. So check them out!
AIM Customers get 20% OFF Course FEES.

Training Course Calendar


2014 Mammoth Sniper Challenge


January 3-5, 2014

The Mammoth Sniper Challenge is a 3-day precision rifle shooting competition held at Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, Kentucky. This event will offer unique opportunities to test your skill with a rifle and compete for prizes and bragging rights. The match will consist of:

  • Two separate matches – Open and Tough Man
  • Open Match
    • 10-11 shorter, faster stages of fire
    • Compete as an individual (spotter assistance allowed)
  • Tough Man Match
    • Compete as a 2-person team
    • 8 longer more physical stages of fire
  • Bonus and side matches
  • Scenario-based stages
  • Shooting in the natural terrain

The location for the match is the Rockcastle Shooting Center at Park Mammoth Resort in Park City, Kentucky. Rockcastle is situated on 2000 acres at the doorstep of Mammoth Cave National Park. This location offers fantastic opportunities to shoot at very long distances and steep angles. Rockcastle was the site for the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Mammoth Sniper Challenges, 2009-2011 Blue Ridge Mountain 3-Gun Championship, 2011 AR15.com Rockcastle Pro-Am 3-Gun Championship, 2010 Pan American Shotgun Championship.

Eotech Rebate

For Immediate Release
EOTech Announces a $60.00 Product Rebate
Ann Arbor, MI (November 2013) – EOTech is excited to announce a mail-in rebate on all in-line EOTech Holographic Weapon Sights and Magnifiers. Customers will have the ability to recoup up to $120.00 in savings when they purchase a holographic sight and magnifier.
“Hunting season is open, Veteran’s Day is near, and we have received an unparalleled amount of support for our 1 Millionth Sight Promotion. For these reasons and many more, we are incredibly thankful and wanted to find a way to express our gratitude.” stated Rod Coons, Director of Sales at EOTech. “We hope everyone is able to take advantage of this rebate and celebrate along with us”.
With over 200 holographic sight and magnifier combinations given away by year’s end, EOTech isn’t stopping there. Consumers can now take advantage of this simple rebate program that will save them money during the holiday season.
Once you have made your purchase, there are 2 easy ways to register your rebate claim:

The rebate applies to all in-line holographic sights or magnifiers purchased on or after November 7th and by January 31st of 2014. Applicants have until February 28, 2014 to submit their rebate claims.

Enfield No5 Jungle Carbines, in stock for now…

Enfield No5 Mk1 Jungle Carbine
Developed near the end of WWII to provide British and colonial troops with a shorter (18.7” Bbl/39.5” Overall) and much lighter (7.15 lbs) version of the Enfield No 4 Mk1. Some parts, including the magazine, are interchangeable with the No 4.
In order to accomplish this, both the barrel and wood were shortened.  “Excess” steel and wood were removed wherever possible, even hollowing of the bolt handle knob.
Manufactured in Great Britain 1944-1947, the Royal Ordnance Factory (ROF) and Birmingham Small Arms (BSA/M47C) factories combined to make approximately 250,000 rifles (81,000 BSA and 170,000 ROF). The survival rate for these historic rifles is very minimal since many saw service in climates and corners of the globe that were not conducive to their longevity.
The No 5 will bear the factory markings of the manufacturer and production month/year on the left side of the receiver and/or the steel wrist socket of the stock. These markings may sometimes be quite faint.
This small number of surviving Jungle Carbines saw service during the 13 year Malayan Emergency where Brit, Australian and Colony forces rooted out the Malayan Communist Party in South Asia.
Please check the detailed photos in the ad. These are complete and authentic rifles with very decent stocks and serviceable bores. The rubber butt pads run from good condition to very worn from 70 years of age and jungle climate conditions. Allow for the possibility of some minor pitting.
Collectors Interest:
We are nearing the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII. Firearms from this era and their availability are becoming very scarce. There have only been a handful of opportunities over the past four decades when AUTHENTIC Enfield No5 Mk1 Jungle Carbines have been Available in the US Market.