- Threat Watch
- Warrior Tools
- Body Armor
- Long Guns
- Accuracy International
- Desert Tactical Arms
- Kel-Tec Long Guns
- Mosin Nagant
- Rock River Arms
- Ruger Long Guns
- Sabre Defense
- SIG Sauer
- Smith & Wesson Long Guns
- Wilson Combat
Archive for March, 2012
It is an invitational, which means you must have an invitation to compete. This should be very interesting and I hope everyone stays safe.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter is due to release Oct. 16, 2012.
From Military Times:
The Houston Chronicle reports Texas Reps. Ted Poe and Henry Cuellar have been joined by 17 border sheriffs from Texas, New Mexico and Arizona in a letter to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta requesting that he move up delivery of surplus equipment.
Tips from MSG Paul Howe USA (Ret)
In this issue: ACR vs AR-15
Living Off the Grid
SIG Sauer MK25
Advantage Arms .22 Glock Conversion
Century International C93 Rifle
Via Danger Room:
For Immediate Release:
Milwaukee, WI- Advanced Technology International® (ATI), the leading manufacturer in gun stocks and firearm accessories introduces the Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package with Scorpion Recoil System. The Saiga Strikeforce Elite is a six position collapsible Strikeforce Elite Stock with Scorpion Recoil System that offers an aluminum buffer tube and adjustable cheekrest.
The Saiga Strikeforce Elite offers a redesigned slim line rear aluminum receiver mount. With a Scorpion Recoil System, users will be able to absorb recoil energy. The recoil impact is absorbed when shooting anything from a three inch magnum turkey load to a door breaching load with no pain being transferred to the shooter! The Scorpion Razorback Buttpad gives the user a non-slip, removable buttpad. Operators will gain an ergonomic, Sure-Grip textured Scorpion Recoil Pistol Grip with the Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package. The Scorpion Recoil system reduces the challenge of reacquiring the target by minimizing the muzzle lift. Other unique features of the Scorpion Recoil system include not being affected by chemicals, remains flexible in extreme temperatures and removes limitations from spring and piston type recoil suppression systems.
Each Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package offers a removable, adjustable cheekrest (3/8”), a 3M® industrial grade self-adhesive soft touch cheekrest pad and a Military Type III anodized 6061 T6 aluminum six position commercial buffer tube with a Strikeforce Elite receiver mount. The Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package is made of DuPont® Extreme Temperature Glass Reinforced Polymer to withstand high temperatures. Other features include a slot for tactical sling attachment, one sling swivel stud and include a steel castle nut, steel locking ring and steel pistol grip bolt.
The Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package fits all Saiga firearms and is manufactured in the USA. Please note, the trigger assembly must be modified to the forward position for installation of ATI’s Strikeforce Packages. ATI does not supply the components necessary to modify trigger assembly.
For more information on the Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package with Scorpion Recoil System by ATI, please visit www.ATIgunstocks.com.
Via Danger Room:
Florida, the vanguard of pro gun legislation, has proposed to allow concealed carry permits to anyone in the military regardless of age, as long as they are qualified.
The bill, officially known as House Bill 463, was authored by Florida Carry, a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots organization dedicated to advancing the fundamental civil right of all Floridians to keep and bear arms for self-defense.
“Those who defend our country overseas should be able to defend themselves and their families at home. There have been too many incidences of violence against our troops who have just returned from overseas deployments and found themselves defenseless at home” the group said in a press release.
Tips from MSG Paul Howe USA (Ret)
2012 Training Courses and NEW Website
Dear Friends and Fellow Firearm Enthusiasts
I have created a very simple website to announce On Target Training Firearm classes, which will help us share what we are doing and expedite registration.
Here is a preview for 2012:
March 31st – Introduction to Handguns
A course which will include the firearms and ammunition. This is for people who have never fired before, or for people who want to try a variety of handguns and calibers, and get more comfortable. It is ideal for spouses and youth who want to learn in a comfortable no-stress environment.
April 21 – Defensive Pistol Skills
This one-day seminar will cover the following skills sets vital for self-defense, concealed carry, and action pistol shooting events (IDPA or USPSA): rapid drawing from a holster and target acquisition, quick placement of multiple hits on a target, rapid placement of hits on multiple targets, use of cover – moving to cover and firing from cover, use of movement – while drawing, moving to cover, and while firing, and techniques for smooth and rapid reloads. We will end the course with shooting mini-scenarios applicable to self-defense situations or an action pistol match, in which all of the skills practiced during the day will be utilized.
June 2 – Practical Carbine
This course is designed for rifle students interested in mastering accuracy and speed on both paper and reactive steel targerts using a variety of positions and movement.
Drills range from focusing on traditional rifle positions and accuracy to firing on the move, firing on steel from distance behind cover, adverse firing positions, decision making and reactive drills.
Students at all skill levels benefit from taking this course to improve their accuracy and speed. The day will end with challenging field courses designed to use the skills practiced during the day, and will make use of the rolling wooded terrain on this property.