Today, we celebrate 15 years of supplying our loyal customers with many of their shooting and collecting needs! Thank you for all your business and support. We realize we cannot be successful without you! We are committed to offering superior service and products at the fairest prices possible…..again, Thank you!

Our Best Selling Upper Receiver Group is Back!

Spike’s Tactical 16″ Mid-Length .223/5.56×45 caliber Complete Upper Receiver assembly for AR15/M16 type Rifles. This is a COMPLETE Upper receiver assembly, everything except a rear sight, and includes Spike’s Tactical Tungsten filled ST-T2 heavy recoil buffer and Magpul MOE heat shield lined handguard. You will be hard pressed to find a better deal on a quality Upper Receiver than this one.
$499.95ea Delivered!  buy here


  • Spike’s Tactical M4 flat top upper receiver, Machined from a 7075 T6 Mil-Spec Forging with Mil-Spec Type III Hard coat Anodized finish, T-markings, Spike’s logo and M4 feed ramps.
  • Barrel is certified MIL-B-11595E CMV, M4 barrel extension, Chrome chamber and bore, 5.56mm Nato chamber, 1:7 Twist, Magnetic particle testing on every barrel, Phosphate finish.
  • Government Contour barrel with mid-length gas system.
  • Barrel is Phosphate finished under the .750″ F marked A2 front sight base.
  • The M16 carriers are Chrome lined with a Mil-Spec phosphate finish.
  • Forged Mil-Spec carrier key, Chrome lined, attached with Grade 8 hardware and Properly staked.
  • HP/MP Tested Bolt, Each extractor is fitted with a Mil-Spec black insert and Mil-Spec Viton o-ring.
  • Magpul MOE heat shield lined black handguards.
  • A2 Flash Hider.
  • Includes ST-T2 buffer.

Czech CZ82 9×18 Makarov Pistols en Route…

One of the best additions to the Curio & Relic list is on its way back to AIM. The CZ82 9×18 Makarov Pistol. The perfect blend of .380 and 9mm in a very concealable, 12rd capacity handgun, available to 03 C&R Holders. All for only $209.95

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Czech CZ-82 9×18 Makarov caliber Pistols. Typical Czech quality steel construction, 12rd capacity magazine, cock and lock style safety, and a Super Accurate Polygonal rifled barrel make this pistol a steal at this price! Weight: 1.76lbs, Overall length: 6.77″. These are nice guns that will have minor finish wear.

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Perfect for the coffee table….

Err, well maybe it’s a little big for the coffee table. But we only have one left so act fast!
Super Neat Semi-Automatic version of the Soviet Guryunov SG43 Belt Fed 7.62x54R Machine Gun. Built from original kits out of Poland on new US receivers. The original Goryunov was develpoed in WWII as a replacement for the Maxim, and saw service throughout the Communist world. Comes as shown with ammo can, 250 links, and carriage. Barrel 28.3″, overall 44.1″ total weight 96lbs. Packed in a wood crate, Rifle, carriage with spoked wheels and a 250rd belt and can.
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Russian Mosin Nagant m91/30 7.62x54R Rifles w/ Laminated Stocks are Back in Stock!

Russian Mosin Nagant 91/30 7.62x54R Rifle w/ Laminated Stock
Original Russian Mosin Nagant model 1891/30 7.62x54R rifles with Laminated Wood Stocks. Features the original Russian codes on Receiver, Bbl & Stock. Includes accessories as shown, though they may very slightly in size, shape, condition, and color. Arsenally refinished after WWII, expect the slightest of finish wear. Bores may be a little dark, but will have strong rifling and will be great shooters.


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Great Deal on Federal XM855 Ammunition

Federal .223 5.56 XM855
New Federal 5.56×45/.223 XM855 ammunition. Features a 62grn full copper jacketed lead and steel core bullet, brass case, and non-corrosive boxer primer. Packaged 10rds to a charger, 30rds (3 chargers) to a 30rd sleeve, and 420rds (14 sleeves) to a resealable .30cal can. While supplies last.

420rd can: $139.95ea

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Multi-Gun Match Tips with Ben Powell of the Spike's Tactical Shooting Team

With competitions going on all around our Great Country, I thought it would be a good idea to go over what to bring to a major multi-gun match.  I won’t go over the basics but will concentrate on what will make a difference at a match.  I would suggest making a list and checking it twice before you depart.  Most matches are located in the middle of no-where which makes for a bit of a challenge if you leave something at home.  You may get lucky and find someone with extra gear that they would be willing to share.  A special thanks goes out to Andy Horner for loaning me his pistol belt.
The most important thing to remember to bring is enough ammo.  As a rule, bring double the ammunition that the match calls for.  Everyone misses and you should have enough ammo in case you do too. There is also the very real possibility that you may have to re-shoot a stage or two.  Bringing enough ammo also gives you piece of mind, so you can concentrate on shooting, not on scrounging up ammo.
This brings up another obstacle, getting your ammo to the match.  If you are flying, you are restricted 11lbs of ammunition.  Most matches require more than 11lbs so you can either plan on buying your ammo when you land or ship it to your hotel. This regulation has caused a lot of headaches.   Most hotels are very accommodating when it comes to this.
You should always bring a cleaning kit.  On most matches, you can get away with never cleaning your gun between days of shooting.  I know that I did until I shot the Texas Multigun this year.  High winds mixed with fine dust caused several jams that could have easily been avoided with some preventative maintenance.
Superglue has many uses and is great for holding your fingernail together after several days of reloading a shotgun. Don’t leave home without it.
Bring a rangefinder, you might hear that the target is 300 yards away but the only way you’ll know is to hit it with the rangefinder.  Nine times out of 10, that 300 yard target isn’t 300 yards away.  Also, most range finders have a low level of magnification which allows you to get a better idea of the target and if there is anything in the way of the target.  Since the most people shoot low magnification scopes, it will be an easy transition from the low powered rangefinder to the low powered scope.
I hope that theses tips help you out and keep you focused on why you are shooting the match, to have fun.  If you have any questions about 3 gun, feel free to ask or email.
-Spikes Tactical Shooting Team
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