The hardest part of buying a gift for a gun nut is finding something they do not already have, and something they will use. This year, we have done the work for you and selected gifts every gun nut will be happy to receive this holiday season.
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If you are not a fan of laser trainers, either you haven’t had the opportunity to try one or you somehow had the wrong opportunity. A laser trainer is the ideal tool
Mention pistol lasers to three different shooters, and you’re sure to get three differing opinions. Some traditionalists insist that laser sights
One of the problems with aperture or magnified rifle sights is their relatively slow acquisition up close. Point shooting is a
I am a firm believer in carrying wherever and whenever I can. I am responsible and take my responsibilities seriously.
Lasers on a handgun can serve multiple functions. It may be used as a deterrent, by simply placing the red dot on
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed third-day reports on new optics introduced at the show. The big challenge for a shooter these days is matching the right optic to the right firearm at the right price. Fortunately, manufacturers have been busy adding features to lower-end models to make them more appealing to a broader range of shooters. And at the top end, you’ll be able to find truly astonishing high-end glass. Here’s a look at new riflescopes, dot sights, lasers, and other optics coming this year.
Experts and professionals agree, shooters should regularly train to keep proficient. Cost and availability of ammunition can be prohibitive to
Ammunition is in short supply, but high demand these days. As soon as it is delivered at the loading ramp, the line starts forming in anticipation of when it will hit the shelves. The high demand has also caused prices to follow, but that doesn’t mean we can afford to let our hard-earned skills suffer as a result.
With rising prices in .223 ammunition, it can get expensive to practice aim and sight-in your new rifle with live ammunition. That’s where this little beauty comes in. The new LT-223 cartridge loads in the chamber just like a normal .223 cartridge, but only fires a laser beam when struck by the firing pin. Using a the LaserLyte Trainer Target, you can see exactly where your shots place. The LT-223 costs around $139.99, which is comparable to 500 rounds of live ammo, but instead of 500 shots, you get up to 3,000 shots out of the LaserLyte before you have to change the batteries.
Two new products from LaserLyte® have zombie hunters in mind. LaserLyte now offers their side mount laser for the Ruger LCP, LC9, Kel-Tec .380, and the Kel-Tec PF-9 in neon zombie green. LaserLyte made their infamous pistol bayonet in neon zombie green too! What better way to fight off zombies when they get too close!
Every year, Cheaper Than Dirt! sends a team of buyers to the SHOT Show to scour the show floor and