- 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
Posts Tagged review
From Military Arms Channel:
Military Arms Channel reviews the Waffen Werks AK74:
Travis Haley gives an in depth review of the 300 Blackout round.
Review via The Loadout Room:
I went through a lot of gloves before I found the PIG Full Dexterity Tactical gloves. When I first started, I right away rejected any gloves that included special plastic or kevlar molded knuckle guards. I figured that while shooting in competition or training, or even in use on the street, having a hunk of plastic banging around and adding to the thickness of my hand would hinder more than help. Stick to the basics. Very few of the gloves I tried out below the $50 price point did the basics well.
GORUCK bags are made in the United States by a former Special Forces member.
Guns&Ammo has a quick review of some cheap guns for concealed carry.
Review by Guns&Ammo of the CZ P-09 Duty:
Based on the short-recoil, locked-breech design principles of John Browning’s linkless cam locking system, the new P-09 Duty represents yet another evolution of the company’s duty pistols that goes back to the CZ 75 (a non-1911 that even Jeff Cooper praised).
SOFREP reviews the MRAD:
My first impression of the Barrett MRAD (Multi-Role Adaptive Design) straight out of the box was that Barrett had designed a beautiful rifle. The rifle I received for my evaluation was a bolt action chambered for .338 Lapua Magnum.
The concept behind Barrett’s MRAD system, is that it provides the shooter with an adaptable modular shooting platform. The MRAD can be re-configured to a variety of different calibers depending on the mission or application.
The 338 round was initially developed and sponsored by my community (The Navy SEALs) as an accurate long distance round. I’ve fired half a dozen different platforms and I’m personally a big fan of the 338 Lapua round. At speeds up to 2900 feet per second it’s a flat flying killer out to distances of 1500 meters.