The plastic iO covers for the Aimpoint T1 are shipping. This slips right on an Aimpoint T1 and offers a front and rear lens cover for the T1. The caps can easily be snapped open by one hand, but they don’t always move completely move out of the way. The caps can snap to each … Read moreFirst thoughts on the Aimpoint T1 iO Cover.
When I was around 7 years old, my older brother decided he wanted a 1911. Up until this time he had played around with Ruger P85s, A GP100 and some other smaller El Jeffe special type throw away guns so going to a 1911 was a big deal for him. Before he made his purchase, … Read more27 Years With The 1911
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An upper with no bolt carrier group was rested on wooden blocks. Pictures were taken with a Samsung SIII. 100 Yards: Eotech 552. Reticle was hard to see. Set to max brightness. Aimpoint PRO. Reticle appeared clearer than in image. Aimpoint T1 ACOG TA01 Front sight base shadow was less visible then what the photograph shows. … Read moreAimpoint VS. Eotech VS. ACOG. VS Aimpoint – Updated.
Article Submitted by M I thought I’d do a quick and informal comparison of the lights I have on hand. Distance to the trash can was 25 yards. First up is a 80 lumen Surefire 6P LED Surefire G2Z with a drop in 220 lumen Q5 Cree LED lamp … Read moreLight Comparison
Article submitted by Mark Hatfield Six times now John Farnam has been requested to provide training down near the edge of the great swamp of Florida, and I have been privileged to be able to attend (and pass) four of them. This student group were mostly repeat students, seems like once you take one of … Read moreTRAINING WITH JOHN FARNAM
Back in the early 90s, Winchester started making an action that very closely resembled the classic much loved, pre 64 Model 70 action of legend. This was an immediate hit with riflemen with taste. There was some differences between the new and old, but it was close enough. Some would say it was probably … Read moreThe Model 70 Laredo Ahead of Its Time
A few months ago, I got looking for a nice stand to use for training and for my carboard targets. I wanted something small, tough easy to transport and not too pricey. I also needed it to set on ground that was not always perfect level. One day I walked into Herd Tactical in Huntington, … Read moreTacStrike Target Stand for Training