With a system that’s only around a year old, the Burris TMPR-3 shows a refreshingly forward-looking design.
Homemade ballistic gel gives us a fun visual test medium, customizable targets and the ability to modify the medium to satiate our curiosity.
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.
While Glock hasn’t responded to market desires with a bigger mag, Shield Arms has swooped in and brought us the S15, an aptly named 15-round magazine.
Primary Arms is rounding out their new release schedule with the new SLx MD-25, a microdot sight in the same vein as the Aimpoint T-1.
If you’ve been wondering whether the Primary Arms GLx 2x is worth it, consider this one person’s hearty recommendation. Check it out!
Today we’re checking out Primary Arms new Gen III SLx 3×32 with ACSS CQB .300 BLK/7.62×39 reticle and the SLx 5×36 with ACSS-Aurora reticle.
DutyKote aims to rectify many of the perceived negatives of Cerakote and similar coatings. How does DutyKote look to manage this feat?
Despite recent legal battles between John Q Public, solvent trap manufacturers, and an overzealous ATF, I’ve decided to wade into a brief review article of JR Machine Product’s Corn Cob solvent trap.
How can you build a good budget precision rifle without breaking the bank? Here’s one way.
The new SilencerCo Gas Defeating Charging Handle (GDCH) isn’t the first product to address this issue, but it may be the last you’ll need to hear about.
My go-to rifle, a Noveske Ghetto Blaster (modified), with Primary Arms optic, Federal ammunition, Surefire light, SAS suppressor.
It can take a unique, new design to truly stand out from the crowd, or in the case of the CRKT Berserker, an old design.
The Kel-Tec CP33 is certainly worth consideration as an addition to your stable of firearms. Check it out!
After a few months of heavy use with the Infiray iRay Bolt TL-35, I can say I’m looking at thermals in a whole new light.
Every little bit of hearing you can preserve now matters! If you think the Impact Sport In-Ear is a good solution for you, then check em out!
My carry is a Glock 43x in a Tenicor Arx OWB holster, with a Shield Arms 15 round mag. I have one spare mag in a magnetic NeoMag pocket clip.
As we line up individual optic features en route to my “ACOG Killer?” showdown, our second stop brings us to the SIG SAUER Bravo 3.
The Sentry-12 has proven a reliable and ergonomic design. With more factory options available soon, you’ll likely find whatever customization options you want.
According to the spec sheet, the Vortex Spitfire should have what it takes to hold its own against the rest of the “ACOG Killers” entries.
Streamlight just keeps rolling out improvements to their lineup. Such is the condition of the Streamlight TLR-2 HL light/laser comb.
If you want a folding pocket-scalpel that’s just itching to slice and dice, definitely do yourself a favor and check out the Zero Tolerance 0707.
Meopta is hard-charging at the US market, with numerous awards and accolades to herald their success. Here it is, the Meopta Optika6 scope.
The Palmetto State Armory PS200 1-6x riflescope is a versatile optic, giving you speed or precision as needed, at a price you can afford.
If you’re in the market for a little carbine/pistol/subgun in a pistol caliber, the Kriss Vector series is a pretty potent package.
Designed as a compact variant of their DDM4 series of AR’s, the DDM4-PDW takes advantage of the ballistics of the .300 AAC Blackout cartridge.
Shoot MFT an email and see what they can slap on some mags for you!
After individually reviewing 5 different prismatic optics, we’re here now to rank them against each other in a few different categories.
Ruger has released the Ruger PC Charger, which despite being a pistol will challenge others for space in the Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) market.
The Ruger American is set up to be a fantastic entry-level competition shooter, with modularity built-in to match your progress down the road.