“Eric Holder says I don’t need an ID to vote because it’s a right. Does that mean I no longer need an ID to buy a gun?” Found online.
Last Saturday I saw an odd failure in a SIG P238 pistol. After I helped the shooter clear the malfunction I thought that I should have snapped a photo of it, so I reproduced the malfunction for the above photo. Never before have I see a fired shell case stuck in the feel lips … Read moreAn odd failure in a Sig P238
My wife works the front desk at a local hotel and from time to time she will come home and tell me about how she spoke to a rep from one firearm/gear company or another. When I ask how she struck up a conversation with them she’ll say she knew to ask because they … Read moreDuluth Trading Co Work Pants Review
Working at a range, I get to see all sorts of cool new gear and I get to see a good bit of stuff that just doesn’t work right. Unfortunately the new Molon Labe SCAR mags seem to fit into the second category. One of the shooters at the range today was dismayed to find … Read moreUpdated: Molon Labe SCAR17 mags.
Magpul has released a new rail mounted QD mount called the RSA QD. I thought this might be a good choice for me, so I ordered some. Haven’t used it much yet, but so far I like it. It has rotation limiters, which I really like. However what I don’t care for is that it … Read moreMagpul RSA QD
For generations, the Winchester Model 70 has been known as the “rifleman’s rifle.” The rifle emerged in the ancient year of 1936 and set the standard for every bolt-gun to follow. It hasn’t always been well respected though. It’s reputation took a beating after a design change in 1964. In this article, I will be … Read moreModel 70 Pre 64 Varmint / Target Sights, Optics and Accesories