Fitty% Tactical shares this video of how he runs his Saiga 12 one handed. I think it is an interesting example of adapting and overcoming.
Training and developing defensive skills, physically, mentally and technically are skills you must keep sharp. If you are not training at all or you are not trying to challenge yourself, you will start to lose your edge. You will also not be prepared for a critical incident. I recently heard a well known instructor state, … Read moreDefensive Firearms Training is Imperative
I have been giving a lot of thought to training and CCW lately to organize my thoughts and philosophy in a manner that is easy to communicate. The reason for this is to give a more streamlined answer or advice to people who are just starting out, or are trying to reach a level of … Read moreDistractions, Traps and Training Deadends ( Editorial Rambling)
Working at a range, I see all sorts of firearms fail. Bad ammunition and no maintenance are often the cause, but sometimes it comes from the firearm being poor quality. In the case of one Bushmaster, it work well for years, but finally one day the corners the company cut caught up to it and the gas … Read moreMore problems with poor quality AR15s at the range.
Over the next few weeks I will be focusing on home defense firearms, support gear and tactics to safely move through your home during a critical incident. I will cover topics on rifle vs. shotgun vs. handgun for home defense, what support gear you should have, i.e. lights, optics, safes, ammunition, family planning and tactical … Read moreHome Defense Firearms, Gear, Planning and Tactics Articles
There are a lot of old military surplus rifles out there. Most of them are junk. The ones that are not junk are usually so expensive that its not really worth bothering with. Even if you do get one of the more expensive ones, they are not really that accurate. During their time they could … Read moreSWISS Rifles, Milsurp Precision
I am sure that everyone has heard about the comments that Rob Pincus made at the yearly NRA get together. The media is looking for some kind of proof that we are all exactly what they say we are. Everyone knows the media uses comments to suit their purposes. The media and the left are … Read moreRob Pincus’ NRA Comments, It is time to defend the defender
Super Sniper has got into the every popular market of 1-4x, 1-6, 1-8x type scopes intended for the tactical shooter. The optics in this lower power range is meant to give you a more versatile optic. For a long time you could have large magnification, something like the ACOG in 4x give or take a … Read moreSuper Sniper 1-6x Optic
I was recently sent some products by a company called RealBullet. They make some really net stuff. The thing I liked was the bottle openers, As you can see in the picture, they make bottle openers out of real non working .50BMG rounds. I have been trying these out for over a week now … Read moreReal Bullet.com for the shooter that has everything
I am a big fan of the Trijicon ACOG ever since I used one in Iraq. Since 2006 I have owned over a dozen ACOGs, buying them cheap, and later selling them for a profit. When you are looking to buy a used ACOG, this is what I recommend you do: 1. First, find and … Read moreBuying a used ACOG.