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NANUK Professional Protective Cases Reviewed

Posted on Jul 2, 2016

Protective equipment cases can be found in a wide-variety of colors, shapes and sizes to accommodate everything from delicate electronics and medical gear to audio, video and photography equipment, and even used to safely transport firearms and ammunition in some of the harshest conditions. Today, I’ll be taking the Nanuk 960 for a spin to see what it is capable of…

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Seahorse Protective Equipment Cases Reviewed

Posted on Jan 10, 2016

When it comes to protecting your important equipment during transport, whether it be electronics, camera equipment or firearms, there are many options available these days, each with a variety of things to consider. Today, I have the opportunity to go over the SE1530 from Seahorse Protective Equipment Cases to see how well it fares…

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Real Avid AR15 Scraper Reviewed

Posted on Aug 2, 2015

Maintaining an AR can be a tedious process when you have to deal with a lot of carbon buildup in and around the bolt carrier group. Especially if you don’t clean them regularly. Today, we’ll be looking at Real Avid’s AR15 Scraper designed specifically to help with that chore. Let’s dig in and see how well it works….

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C.A.T. M-4 and CAT-762 Tool Reviewed

Posted on Jul 5, 2015

Anyone who has ever had to deal with that inevitable carbon buildup on the bolt carrier group in an AR-15 or AR-10 certainly understands just how tedious that process can be. Especially if you don’t clean them regularly. However, there are a few tools out there designed specifically to help with that chore. Today, I’ll be looking at the C.A.T. M-4 tool and CAT-762 tool from CAT Outdoors to see how well they work. Read on for more…

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Caldwell DeadShot FieldPod Reviewed

Posted on Jun 29, 2015

Since the invention of the firearm, people have been looking for new and innovative ways to effectively increase its range and accuracy by stabilizing the weapon with sticks, bipods and even benchrests. However, there are not many portable, hands-free rest options available to hunters and firearm enthusiasts stable enough for use in the field. Caldwell has engineered a lightweight, portable rest that is easy-to-use, with near benchrest accuracy called the DeadShot FieldPod. Read on for more information…

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Caldwell AR Picatinny Rail Brass Catcher Reviewed

Posted on Jun 26, 2015

With all of the craziness going on in the world these days, ammunition keeps getting harder and harder to find. And when you can find it, the prices are often very high. As a result, many have resorted to selling off their spent rounds or have gotten into reloading it themselves. Catching the brass has always been a daunting task. Enter the brass catcher. Caldwell has many brass collection options on the market. But today, we’ll be looking at the AR Picatinny Rail Brass Catcher…

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Sticky Holster Reviewed

Posted on Jun 22, 2015

There are nearly as many different holsters and holster options out there as as there are opinions about them. Especially when it comes to concealed carry. Clips, no clips, fitted, unfitted, IWB (inside waistband), OWB (outside waistband), and the list goes on. The Sticky Holster is an ambidextrous IWB and pocket holster that utilizes compression to secure the holster in place. Read on for more…

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Condor Tactical Leg Holster TLH-008 Reviewed

Posted on Jan 19, 2015

I’ve had Condor’s Tactical Leg Holster in Multicam for a little over a year now so I thought I’d post a little review on it. I chose the TLH-008 because it was rather inexpensive, but mostly because of all of the positive comments out there. I’ll cover as many of the details as I can think of and add my two-cents…

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Friendsville Precision Dry Fire Device Reviewed

Posted on Dec 5, 2014

The other day I ran across a very unique device from Friendsville Precision that was developed specifically to simplify AR dry-fire training. The Dry Fire Device is simply a mechanism to cock the hammer without having to lose focus or break form. Any device that can mitigate the pain of cocking the hammer without having to reach for the charging handle should be welcomed with open arms, and likely will… How can I not be excited?

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Trumark FS-1 Slingshot Reviewed

Posted on Dec 4, 2014

Since I first became interested in prepping for what may come after an apocalypse, I’ve searched high and low for simple weapons that could be used effectively for survival. Aside from having a knife and possibly a firearm on my belt, I felt that any good backup weapon would be the answer to this question: What weapon is silent to operate, can fire a projectile with deadly accuracy at least 25 yards, and weighs less than a pound including ammo?

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Lyman Digital Trigger-Pull Gauge Reviewed

Posted on Dec 2, 2014

Not too long ago I wanted to try my hand at a little gunsmithing and upgrade a trigger assembly to an aftermarket competition-grade trigger assembly. I wanted to test the trigger-pull at each step of the way so I could ensure the final result would be as expected. After going through dozens of forums, reviews and blogs, I decided to try Lyman’s Digital Trigger Pull Gauge for myself.

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Ruger 8301 American Rimfire 22LR Reviewed

Posted on Nov 30, 2014

For some time I’ve been wanting a bolt-action .22LR for plinking and basic target practice. Especially with all of the cheap ammo out there. Much of it burns so dirty that it can be troublesome for most semi-automatics, but not with bolt or lever -actions. Not to mention the fact that they generally slow down the rate of fire which can increase accuracy and save money on ammo at the same time. Now let’s see how Ruger’s 8301 test drive went…

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Unique-ARs Free Float Hand Guard Reviewed

Posted on Jul 28, 2014

I first saw Unique-ARs hand guards at one of my local gun shops and I immediately had to play around with one. Plastic and composite hand guards have never really appealed to me and I’ve always hated the feel of the quad-rail guards. But, I do like the round-tube styles out there. I’ve seen plenty with various patterns cut into them, but never quite like these…

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Hoppes BoreSnake Viper Reviewed

Posted on Jul 17, 2013

Instead of a single piece of fabric or patch material a few inches squared, the BoreSnake Viper is a long, slender length of fibrous material that by design provides a constant cleaning action as it is pulled through the firearm’s barrel. The BoreSnake Viper consists of three cleaning brushes and hundreds of times more floss than a standard cleaning patch, effectively scrubbing the bore clean.

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Break-Free CLP Reviewed

Posted on Jul 4, 2013

Break-Free CLP is a synthetic based lubricant fortified with PTFE specially formulated to meet or exceed the US Military’s PD-48 challenge. They needed a single, multi-purpose product to clean and maintain their weaponry. As a result, Break-Free CLP was born.

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Rossi .22LR/.22 Magnum Circuit Judge Reviewed

Posted on Jun 18, 2013

What first drew my attention to Rossi’s Circuit Judge surely was it’s unique look. The idea of a 9-shot .22LR/.22 Magnum revolver with an 18.5″ barrel mounted to a rifle stock is pretty amazing and draws a lot of attention from everyone that catches a glimpse of it. If you appreciate long guns, it is a sight to behold.

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