Jerry Miculek and Unicorn Guns

By Dave Dolbee published on in Videos

Jerry visits the Institute of the Military then goes outside to check out the performance of a prototype full-auto AR-10 also known as the grandfather of the AR-15, M16 and many others. Watch this video to see Jerry in action!

What do you think of Jerry’s latest feat? Tell us in the comment section.

Growing up in Pennsylvania’s game-rich Allegany region, Dave Dolbee was introduced to whitetail hunting at a young age. At age 19 he bought his first bow while serving in the U.S. Navy, and began bowhunting after returning from Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Dave was a sponsored Pro Staff Shooter for several top archery companies during the 1990s and an Olympic hopeful holding up to 16 archery records at one point. During Dave’s writing career, he has written for several smaller publications as well as many major content providers such as Guns & Ammo, Shooting Times, Outdoor Life, Petersen’s Hunting, Rifle Shooter, Petersen’s Bowhunting, Bowhunter, Game & Fish magazines, Handguns, F.O.P Fraternal Order of Police, Archery Business, SHOT Business, OutdoorRoadmap.com, TheGearExpert.com and others. Dave is currently a staff writer for Cheaper Than Dirt!

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Comments (4)

  • Lopaka Kanaka

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    “WOW” This is such a very AWESOME AR 10. It’s too bad the US did
    not go into full product of this very advance rifle for the US as a battle rifle. I believe if I had this rifle in my hands I would not let it out of my hands. It is such a very light weight rifle for a full Auto at only 6 pounds. I will never get a chance to get this AR 10. it is nice to know we had such a well made rifle..
    I would be like you Jerry in HOG heave to shoot the AR 10 at full AUTO. Thanks for the very awesome information Jerry.

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  • David Serlin

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    A well made gun, unfortunately it was apparently too advanced for the times. The most amazing thing was to see the Slo Mo of Jerry on high cyclic rate full auto. A light weight rifle with full .308 cal battle ammo and the muzzle looked like it was in a vise in terms of how much it wavered. Very, very impressive indeed..

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  • G-Man

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    I am extremely well versed on the AR-10’s historic significance and role in AR history, but seeing Jerry get the opportunity to fire an original was quite enjoyable. If anyone deserved such a pleasure, it was most definitely Jerry.

    Watching Mr. C. Reed Knight Jr. walk away with his AR-10 at the last there, I couldn’t help but imagine he was saying to himself, “I’ll just be getting this back in the vault now”.

    I don’t believe the Institute of Military Technology is open to the public. It is by private invitation only, so that alone should have been nice for Jerry. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  • Joe

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    I’m sorry, but can we change the graphic from the “trying to be intimidating” old man to something a bit less laughable? He looks like an old dwarf past his prime. It’s embarrassing.

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