The picture perfect sight picture and sight alignment only exist on the bench rest. In a combat situation, the perfect sight picture is elusive.
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Picture this, you and a hunting buddy are staring down a group of wild hogs. You’re close enough that you speak in hushed voices. “See the bigger one towards the left? He’s mine. No wait, he’s moving right. What do you mean you want the one in the middle? Mine is in the middle now….” Suddenly the idea of a laser
Ruger’s initial offering of a piston operated AR rifle, the SR 556, was a good rifle but an expensive rifle. The SR556 is also heavier than the standard AR-15. The gas piston design has proven popular but Ruger chose to offer a standard gas impingement operated AR-15-type rifle in the entry-level price range. Here is a tip,
During most of my shooting life, I’ve trusted Colt handguns, and the very few AR-15 rifles I’ve deployed have been Colt AR-15s. From the HBAR to the SOCOM carbine, these rifles have given excellent service.
When it comes to selecting an optic for your boomstick, there are so many quality options that many simply throw a dart at a list, ask a friend, or buy whatever is cheapest. TruGlo would instead
A reliable handgun at a fair price requires research and understanding of the manufacturing process in order to obtain the correct handgun for your needs.
Whitetails may still be America’s number one game animal, however, feral hogs are a close second. The feral hog population is
Recently, while looking for something new, I contacted J&L Gunsmithing for advice. As usual, Jim had the advice and expertise
I have the envious position of getting to play with a lot of equipment and calling it work. With bow season rapidly approaching—at least in my mind—I have been crawling through catalogs and samples looking for a new bow sight. One product that caught my eye enough to order for a review was the TRUGLO TSX Pro Series 5-pin.
I was at the range the other day and overheard an interesting conversation about whether or not you needed to purchase a special choke for turkey hunting. It piqued my interest, so I edged a little closer.
When shopping for a handgun, the vast majority of them will come with some type of factory sights. Sights are the mechanism you use to get your eyes on your target to aim your shot. Generally, handguns come with a set of sights—a rear sight and a front sight. The rear sight is the one closest to you and the front sight is the one closest to the end of the barrel.