Mark Hatfield submitted this article. Close Range Gunfighting, A Course Review and other observations. This weekend I was able to attend the class titled Close Range Gunfighting. This class is given by Suarez International, founded by Gabe Suarez. The instructor was Don Robison who was assisted by Dr. John Meade. Both men are approved to teach the … Read moreCourse Review: Suarez International Close Range Gunfighting
One of the regulars at the range showed me a nifty collapsible tripod front rest. Made by Vanguard, the Porta-Aim model is adjustable for height, can swivel 360 degrees, and the legs collapse close for storage. I like it enough to buy my own. I spent $40 to have one shipped to me. This rest weighs less … Read moreReview: Vanguard Porta-Aim rifle rest
Today I read the newest issue of RECOIL Magazine, Volume 1 Issue 4 with the MP7 on the front. Much to my dismay I found the following quote in it: “Like we mentioned before, the MP7A1 is unavailable to civilians and for good reason. We all know that’s technology no civvies should ever get to … Read moreReview: RECOIL Magazine.
A few years ago ammo prices became so high you had to take out a bank loan just to buy plinking ammo. A lot of people went to shooting cheaper steel cases ammo so they could still be able to afford gas to get to work. Problem was, none of it was in any of … Read moreA Look at Hornady Steel Match Ammo
Duncan Larsen submitted this article. Tactical Link Convertible Slings and Mounts Part 1 I have been running different two (2) point slings for a few years now, and I wanted to compare the Tactical Link line. Since 2005, I have maintained a great relationship with Tactical Link. This relationship started when members of my department’s … Read moreTactical Link Convertible Slings and Mounts Part 1
A lot of people over the last 10 years or so have become interested in long range precision shooting. One of the simple facts of life when it comes to precision shooting at ranges past 700 yards is that the rifles often cost a lot of money. There is a huge mind boggling selection of … Read moreFN USA PBR A Good First Light Sniper/Tactical Rifle
Having the 901 for a while and testing it, it was time to start putting together the gear that would support its use and was a little easier then the old mag in the back pocket nonsense. From previous articles, you can see Looserounds really likes the TAG Banshee Plate Carrier. Since I see no … Read moreThe Colt 901 PART 5 Support Gear
Duncan Larsen submitted this article. GunVault Mini and Multi Deluxe safes. Having a firearm that is readily accessible and safely secure from unwanted access can be a challenge sometimes. You must weigh the ease of access in an emergency, so you can deploy your firearm quickly against a threat, as well as the safety of … Read moreGunVault Mini and Multi Deluxe safes.
In parts 1-3 Shawn has pretty much covered most of I would say. Previously, I owned an Armalite AR10 model 10A4F and I replaced that with a LMT MWS which I quickly got rid of. The Armalite was about $1500, and was a nice rifle. However with its 20 inch barrel, A2 stock, and longer … Read moreColt 901 Part 4
Since I have already written about the 901’s accuracy and long range precision, I wanted to talk about how the rifle handles, how it feels in recoil and in rapid fire and how it works out while wearing gear. The first thing is how the gun feels in rapid-fire drills and “running and gunning.” The … Read moreThe COLT LE901 Part III Shooting and Handling