Trijicon has been a supplier of optics for the US military since 1987, when the TA01 ACOG (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsite) 4x prismatic scope was adopted.
Smoke Composites is performing some wizardry with their carbon fiber parts, and their forend featured here shows just what they’re up to.
Let’s not get bogged down in the why of a flamethrower, rather we should dive into the how of a flamethrower. Introducing the XM42 Lite Flamethrower.
Behold, two simple ways you can DIY improve your Howard Leight Impact Sport headsets.
We’re back for another look at popular red dot optics! This time we are taking a look at the more budget-minded red dot optics.
The Grayboe Terrain is a “streamlined, minimalist” designed stock. The first major difference you’ll note is the use of a Detachable Magazine Bottom Metal.
Launched in 2018, Nikon Sport Optics’ M-Tactical line is designed to provide a high level of optical quality and toughness at a mid-level price.
Comfortable, effective and with a fantastic 350 hour life on 2 x AAA batteries, the Howard Leight Impact Sport headset is still well worth the money.
The Quarter Circle 10 QC-5 side charging, MP5 magazine compatible, AR-15 based pistol caliber carbine (PCC) is a unique little beast.
Kershaw (and knifemaker Les George) took inspiration from the Fairbairn-Sykes fighting dagger, made famous in WWII when designing the XCOM folding knife.
You don’t get to use titanium and magnesium parts, DLC and boron coatings and a Geissele trigger and come in at budget-build cost, but the LV Seven Nightengale is one smooth rifle.
Nikon Sport Optics has been in the game for awhile, but it seems recently they’ve turned up the heat, with new releases like the Nikon Black FX1000 6-24×50.
New to the market is Mission First Tactical’s Minimalist Inside the Waist Band (IWB) concealed carry holster.
The Tristar Compact is an interesting little bear. An AK based, mag-fed bullpup shotgun is pretty easy to get excited about.
Rex takes a swing at building an interesting (and more modern) MP-5 alternative using a PCC Builder’s Kit from Quarter Circle 10.
Rex is still a pound and change away from the 2.5 lbs record, here are a few tips he learned along the way that can help cut the fat from your AR-15.
Setting up the Double Gripper took just a few seconds and has changed my expectations for spotting scopes permanently.
Check out Rex’s first shots with the new CMMG Endeavor 300 Series in 6.5 Creedmoor, as he brings us first range report with the new rifle!
For those of us who treat knives like tools and not treasures, the Zero Tolerance 0393 GLCF is an awesome pick.
Rex Nanorum gives us a brief primer on his top 5 red dot sights, discusses what the final hierarchy of domination looks like and why.