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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.
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 family friend had an experience this week that I thought was worth sharing. The quotes below are his own words: “I run a company of close to 50 employees. I have always felt the responsibility to make sure they are safe and happy. I have carried a concealed weapon for close to nine years … Read moreWorkplace Intruder Event Lessons Learned
I will not and can not advocate Lewis Machine & Tool parts and products. Why? Because I hate them. Now why would I hate LMT? Bought a LMT lower, had the finish flake off, had to pay to have it refinished. Bought a LMT upper, had a 10 MOA point of impact shift when running … Read moreWhy I hate LMT
If you shoot enough you will eventually encounter a malfunction. When your firearm stops working, the issue could be any number of issues, bad ammo, bad mags, mechanical failure, user error, etc. All these malfunctions can be placed in four categories. 1. Action closed malfunctions. When the slide or bolt is closed, often you … Read moreDealing with malfunctions
Almost anywhere you go on the internet and read about guns used for combat or defense you will find the guys who will tell you that to kill anything bigger then a cat, you need the .308 . Often this is followed up with the smarmy little quip, “308 turning cover into concealment since 1953.” … Read more7.62 NATO, Turning cover into concealment since…. well, not as often as you may think.