A lot of magazines for the Ar15/M16 family was sent to loose rounds this ( our first ) year for testing. In trying out new guns, I used a lot of mags from as many different mfgs as I could get my sweaty little hands on. The usual crew was of course tested, like the … Read moreMy Favorite Mags of the Year
Over the last few weeks, Loose Rounds readers have asked several questions about installing sights on your Glock. I will go over some of the basic tools you need and the process of installing new sights on a Glock. For removal and installation of sights, I use a Glockmeister Sight Tool Set. This set is … Read moreInstalling Sights on Glock
Everyone has or at least has seen the old style bandoleers the Military sends off ammo in. Usually cotton cloth or something like that. Older ones had seven pockets and held two stripper clips of 10 rounds in each with a card board box keeping it secured in the pocket. The newer ones are 4 … Read moreNew Use For Old Tech
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AmeriGlo’s Claw EMS Sights were designed by Rob Pincus, Owner of I.C.E. Training Company and developer of the Combat Focus Shooting Program. Rob was kind enough to provide Loose Rounds with the Claw EMS rear sight and his AmeriGlo contact provided the ProGlo Tritium front sight. I have been running the sight combination for a … Read moreClaw Emergency Manipulation Sights
Last time I fired a variety of the more popular 556 rounds commonly stockpiled by shooter and one of the most popular defense loads through a variety of things inside of a house to see what happens. The idea was to maybe get and idea what could go wrong if you had to fight … Read more“What is “Cover” in the Home? Part 2
I took the time to so a little un scientific testing today of some of the more popular 5.56 rounds used today. It is not a new idea or original to me , but it is worth doing as often as can be pulled off. It seems to be the one topic about using … Read moreWhat is “Cover” in your home. And will it Stop a rifle round? Lets find out.
If you have a rifle with the Daniel Defense M4RISII rail, be careful with your use of a rail mounted bipod. The older M4RISII rails can fail as shown.
Article submitted by Mark Hatfield. Advanced Close Range Gunfighting, a class. That Don Robison is cruel. The nerve of him, expecting a student to be able to shoot AND think at the same time. Later, even to shoot and think while moving, yet he got me doing it. With Dons coaching in this class … Read moreAdvanced Close Range Gunfighting, a class.
It is a good idea to keep spare batteries around for optics that require them. But don’t make the mistake I made and buy a bunch of the wrong type of battery and find out that you bought the wrong sort when you need one. Many optics use 2032 sized batteries. My Insight MRDS red … Read moreBatteries