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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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Diamondhead USA Polymer Sighting System Reviewed

Posted on Dec 12, 2014

Diamondhead USA recently introduced their new Polymer Diamond Integrated Sighting System (ISS) with NiteBrite at the NSSF SHOT Show 2014. Diamondhead USA is a reputable firearms accessory company known for its high-quality metal sights but as with most quality sights, they are somewhat pricy. Diamondhead’s new entry-level polymer sights are a much more affordable alternative, without having to sacrifice on quality.

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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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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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