Some thoughts on SHTF, your rifle, and the armor that should go with it.
The Future of Combat Weapon Sights: Trijicon and Kopin Corp
Today I bring to your attention a partnership between a company well-known to us in…read more →
If You Shoot Cheap Russian Ammo… Trade in Your AR and Get a Kalashnikov
Seriously. I know it is cheap training ammo, but there are some serious issues with stockpiling…read more →
Knight Armament’s Best Product
Their best product isn't what you would expect. It saves you time and money. It's…read more →
The Firearm and the Martial Artist
Many years ago I was involved in a School of Kung Fu in Texas. My…read more →
Keymod vs M-Lok: Which Will Set the Standard?
Feeling like Magpul's M-Lok muddied the waters of the universal attachment market? Or perhaps you…read more →
Windham Weaponry’s Budget Friendly Barrels
Windham Weaponry has been offering more individual parts for AR enthusiasts who like to build their own…read more →
AR15A2 Project Rifle Is Ready To Go
I have accumulated and installed all the parts for my project rifle. It is a…read more →
The Anatomy of a National Match Sight
I received my Armalight National Match sight in a few days ago. This will be…read more →
In Pursuit of Marksmanship
This links to a fantastic guide on choosing the right ACOG. If you are asking yourself which Trijicon product to choose, read this!
Finished a simple guide to a simple assembly. Much easier to do with the right tools.
Today I bring to your attention a partnership between a company well-known to us in the shooting community and one not so well-known to us. Enter Trijicon and Kopin Corperation:…read more →
If you need magazines, now is the time! Note: I am not affiliated with DSG arms and receive no compensation for promoting this offer.
Seriously. I know it is cheap training ammo, but there are some serious issues with stockpiling it and making it your go to ammo. I have compiled a few links and…read more →
Ready to keep going with that parts bin gun? Buying gear used is a quick and easy way to build a hard use rifle without crying over scratches and bumps.…read more →
A Rifleman should have a working knowledge of bullet drop and range estimation, regardless of his weapon or his lack of a bullet compensating drop reticule. The ability to roughly…read more →