Last week I bought a set of Magpul PRO LR flip up iron sights. I got to try them out yesterday at the range and I am liking them. The KAC 2-600m sight are still my favorite, but I think these Magpul PRO sights are well worth the cost. Both the front and rear sight … Read moreMagpul PRO LR sights
Highcom is running a giveaway until next month. A great chance to pick up some rifle plates. Details below. You may remember we think very highly of HighCom plates and carriers. To celebrate 20 years in business we’re giving away 20 Rifle Armor Kits to 20 LE Officers! Enter below for a chance to SUPPORT your local law … Read moreHighCom 20th Anniversary Giveaway
Now I am no fan of ARMS mounts, so I’m pretty biased about that. I have this MK12MOD1 upper where I use the period correct ARMS 12H rings. I generally try not to remove QD scopes unless I have to, especially so with ARMS mounts. On Saturday I found that after having removed the scope … Read moreCheck your zero on QD mounts.
Despite what several gunwriters are claiming, the Springfield Armory Saint is not their first AR-15 rifle. Their first was the XM15, introduced circa 1982-83. However, Springfield has very good reasons to try to sweep the XM15 under the rug. It appears that in 1983, Springfield (or their fraternal sibling Rock Island Armory, Inc.) wrangled a … Read moreSpringfield Armory’s Forgotten AR-15: The XM15
After the Miami/Dade Shootout of April 11, 1986, the FBI was not completely satisfied with the commercially available pistols in 9x19mm and .45. Until a suitable semi-auto service pistol could be selected for general issue, individual agents were would still be issued S&W Model 13 revolvers. In August 1987, the FBI formed its Weapons Evaluation … Read moreA Brief History of FBI Semiauto Pistols