Posts Tagged ‘Robert Sadowski’
Walther’s new PPS M2 is an excellent example of the refinement Walther brings to conceal carry pistols. The original PPS Classic ushered a 9mm conceal carry pistol that was thin, polymer framed with modular backstraps, and a striker fire trigger. The M2 does the Classic one better
Loading AR magazines is a chore but it is one of the most important tasks when using an AR—busting thumbs is just part of the job. Range time is precious, and I don’t want to waste time loading 30-rounders when I can be training, so I have a plan that involves tools that take the work out of recharging AR magazines.
Precision stocks allow you to shoot better—by that I mean not only more accurately but also more comfortably and at longer ranges. Being comfortable means less effort to send one on target at long range. Two precision stocks, the Magpul PRS Gen3 and the American Built Arms USS, are good examples of precision stocks purpose-built to hang off your AR’s receiver extension or buffer tube.
Guest post By Robert Sadowski, courtesy of SHOT Daily.
This year will see the continuation of two trends. First,
When the U.S. military adopted the Colt double-action revolver with swing-out cylinder in .38 Long Colt (LC) in 1892, it soon became
The AK rifle was designed at a time when optics were not common on the battle rifle. Like most rifles designed
There’s a reason why USSOCOM’s elite forces use the 1911 in .45 ACP: It works, plain and simple. It doesn’t
Do not equate simple and basic with cheap and low quality. The Stag Arms Model 1 is simple in that it nearly
Predators thrive in the dark, which hides them while they are waiting to pounce. To stop these things that go
Just mention Cosmoline to an older veteran and he will most likely cringe remembering the chore of removing the sticky
Over the past several weeks, I’ve covered 10 stocks worth considering if you are thinking about swapping out your
Last week, I covered five stocks worth considering if you are thinking about swapping out your original
The original old-school A2 fixed stock worked well—I still use one on my AR-15 deer rifle—however, there
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A guest post by Robert Sadowski
The AK-47 and AK-74 systems are engineering marvels in their ability to function in any environment, yet today they can seem dated — particularly the wood stock and furniture. Back in 1947 and even in 1974, a wood stock was an accepted standard in a military rifle. Today, synthetic stocks and handgrips offer better durability, easy customization, and more shooting comfort. Here’s a list of replacement stocks and furniture that can up your AK’s game…