This has been around the web for a while and I have no idea where it originally came from. I ran across it again by chance and though it was worth reposting. I doubt anyone who takes their personal safety serious doesn’t already know this kind of stuff.
For this post we have a very special guest. Below is an interview with Lynne Black Jr. I asked Mr. Black if he would be so kind to submit to the torture of me asking him a lot of annoying questions he has been asked a million times before and he very graciously … Read moreInterview With Lynne M Black Jr. US Army Special Forces & SOG Veteran
I know that I have talked about this before, and I promise you I will talk about it again. While I was in the Marine Corps we shot a qualification course of fire at the distances of 200, 300, and 500 yards. Using the 8/3 sights of the M16A2 we used the markings on it … Read moreSetting AR15 Iron Sights for the IBZO.
Today’s article is a repost from our deceased friend Hognose, owner of Weaponsman.com. Kevin, AKA Hognose passed away last year and as an ongoing tribute to his memory and excellent work we repost the his works to help preserve it. Vietnam Sniper Study In 1967, the Army got the idea to study whether, how, and … Read moreVietnam Sniper Study
Today we have another product from the company with the historic name in firearms history. I have reviewed 2 of their growing M1 family of rifles in the past two years and so far they gave all been great. The prize for me was getting a sample of the paratrooper carbine. Man, who doesn’t want … Read moreInland MFG M1A1 Paratrooper Carbine
I been waiting on this gun for a while. After testing the Inland USGI clone M1911A1 I had been impressed. I had seen this model in media release material and after the performance of the stock Inland I was really curious to see how an Inland done up as a fully modern pistol would do. … Read moreThe Inland MFG Custom Carry M1911