Your home is your castle, and you should have a good defense. We probably won’t figure in a moat, but…Read More >
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Fall is just around the corner. School is back in session, evenings are starting to cool down, and that distinct…Read More >
The decision to mount an optic is no small matter. There are several factors to consider. First, you’ll want to…Read More >
The 1911 people in Berryville, Arkansas offer excellent adaptions of the Beretta and SIG pistols, high-quality AR-15 rifles, and Remington…Read More >
300 HAM’R is a new proprietary round from Bill Wilson of Wilson Combat. Short course: in its performance, 300 HAM’R…Read More >
Understatement: .300 Blackout (aka AAC) is a popular cartridge among AR-15 fans. I like it especially in the shorter guns,…Read More >
Most of us who carry daily make a choice between comfort and ease of shooting with our choice in EDC pistols. I happen to carry a full size M&P 9mm. As an early concealed carry person, I was sure carrying such a gun would be noticed by everyone and be super uncomfortable. Over time, I gradually learned how to conceal better and more comfortably.
The AR-15’s modular design is a big plus for riflemen, and the .300 Blackout cartridge is perhaps the best example of this advantage. However, the .300 Blackout is a popular option for many reasons. First, the conversion works and is reliable. The bugs are worked out, and the rifle will feed function and run with .300 BLK ammunition. Read the article to discover all the reasons you should be shooting the .300 BLK.
There are numerous ways to hunt wild hogs, and here at the Spike Box you’re welcome to sit in a blind and wait to see what happens. What’s about to happen now is the polar opposite. Read what it’s like to be on hog patrol in West Texas.