I went on a trip to Michigan recently. During this trip I ended up using my hand held light for 40 minutes one night. It still boggles my mind that some people feel it is not necessary to carry a flash light, however that is beside the point. This use drained the battery in my light, … Read moreDead batteries, LaRue, and M4 zeroing.
Some people will tell you that a 1/7 twist is only good for bullet weights above 55 grains. It is a common myth and spread all over the internet that to get good accuracy out of the your ar15 with the most plentiful ammo, buy a 1/9 twist. This is a myth that has been … Read more1/7 Twist and light bullets. The Myth Debunked
Five years before WW2 kicked off , Winchester started production of their masterpiece the Model 70 rifle. The M70 was known as the rifleman’s rifle and was known as the highest quality factory produced sporting rifle of its time. Little really needs to be said about the quality of the … Read moreWinchester Model 70 Sniper: A Brief History
In case you came to this site through google or by chance, the blog was referenced in a recent New York Times front page article about CCW clothing. This drew quite a bit of attention to our little blog. After this happened our friends over on Tactical Gear news talked to me about it and … Read moreLoosrerounds on the Web
Bipods are great. I love them. Years ago I when I was under the wings of two older gentlemen who had become accomplished highpower and benchrest shooters, I was told that there was no need for them. That if I laid prone the weeds or grass would obscure the shot and if I was in … Read moreHome made Rifle Tripod. cheap precision
Saw an AR15 yesterday where the bolt carrier group was stuck mostly to the rear. It took a while to finally get the rifle apart, then it still took some time to identify the problem. The issue turned out to be that the forward assist broke. This makes for an interesting problem. Now this … Read moreInteresting malfunction
Chamber Stars. Not a gimmick, not necessary, but nice to have.
The Remington XR100 was trotted out a few years ago after big green saw that the .204 ruger was a hit. The guns heart is actually the old XP100 piston action. A scaled down bolt gun action in a bolt action pistol chambering the .221 fireball. Which the fireball is a wonderful round for varmint … Read moreRemington XR-100 thoughts
A lot of people have a ton of tactical gear with no decent way to store it. It is hard to find hangers that will support the weight of plates and mags already loaded plus all the extras. After seeing a few versions of this handy system me and my Dad put a couple of … Read moreGear Tree/ PC Stand