The new Aimpoint T-2 is making making its way to the market. TheFirearmBlog posted up a video made by Jonathan Owen comparing the T-1 & T-2. The T-2 looks like it has some nice little incremental improvements over the T-1, and but at this time I wouldn’t recommend throwing out your T-1 for a T-2. … Read moreAimpoint T-1 & T-2
This last week I went to my first USPSA match with a G19. I didn’t know what to expect out of a match, as all the videos posted online make it seem like everyone you go up against will be a speed freak with a laser like shot to the target. Seeing those videos can … Read moreUSPSA – Fast, Affordible Self Evaluation of Your Skills
There is just some cool about the Tommy gun. The is Thompson submachine Gun is a piece of Americana, something cool and classic like a Harley Davidson. Few Americans don’t feel something when they see one. Sadly, the day of the Tommygun is over. It is obsolete, as large as a M4 with stock extended(longer … Read moreAuto Ordnance Tommy Gun
I saw this over on SoldierSystems.net. While I think it is cool that FN would do this, I really can’t imagine this being a big seller. As a light machine gun, the SAW isn’t a bad gun. But as a semi-auto, it is going to be large, heavy, most likely expensive. Cleaning the SAW is … Read moreRumormill: FN to release a semi-auto M249 SAW?
Vicksburg had a population of 5,000. It set on a 200 foot bluff on the east bank of the Mississippi river below , the river jagged into a steep hairpin curve. Between there and Memphis, TN the bluffs ran far inland and the land around the rive, if it could be called land, was swampy … Read moreThe Assault on Vicksburg Part 1
Article by Mark Hatfield. A little while back I repeated a course which was this time given by Rick Klopp representing Suarez International, the course was Fighting in Structures. It was my first class with him and I would attend one by him again. The presentation had changed from when I had taken it two … Read moreDOUBLE TAP and FIGHTING IN STRUCTURES in Calera, Alabama
I used to have a Comp M4, but I could tell, even at 30, that my eyes were not what they used to be. The biggest and chief concern to me was the gradual smearing of the dot and seeing it lose some of its crispness as my eyes aged. I typically wear corrective lenses, … Read moreIs Your Red Dot Turning Into Sour Grapes?