With so many magazines flooding the market, it is hard for a new offering to stand out. ProMag hit it out of the park with the Rollermag. See what we like about it in this post.
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Long-range shooting with your basic AR-15 isn’t impossible. With the right ammo and riflescope and a few calculations on a free ballistics app, you and your AR-15 will be shooting accurately up to 750 yards in no time. Here’s how.
How do we set-up our budget AR-15s? One of Cheaper Than Dirt’s product specialists gives his recommendations for the best AR-15, red dot sight, and tactical light that goes from hunting to home defense seamlessly for those of you on a tight budget.
There’s not much that can be done to make a stock AR-15 trigger better. If top-level accuracy is your desire, the author recommends replacing your existing trigger and adding other components. Click to read which ones and why:
Birchwood Casey’s MLP Solid Lubricant Pen meets Mil-Spec requirements and provides a low-friction lubricant coating for enhanced performance under extreme or casual conditions. Your cleaning and care of your AR-15 will never be the same.
Looking for back-up iron sights or an upgrade over your current ones? Check out the KNS Precision AR-15 crosshair front sight post. Not only is it affordable, it aids in precision, long-range shooting, as well as quickly gets you on target for close distances.
From the packaging to smooth shooting, CMMG’s very affordable lower parts kits are thought-out, good quality and easy to put together. Read guest blogger Michael Petty’s review on this AR-15 LPK from CMMG.
SureFire, LLC claims its new SOCOM300-SPS is the quietest suppressor ever built for .300 Blackout (subsonic and supersonic), .308 Win. and .300 Win. Mag. MSRP is $1075. Listening to the sound in the accompanying video suggests that might be true.
For years the Aimpoint T1 has been the gold standard of red dot sights, so when I first got wind of a T2 in the works, I was pretty curious. The T2 costs a little more, so what’s the big deal? Watch a side-by-side comparison in the video below, or read the rest of the post below the video for more on these optics.