While waiting for the Senate to take up four gun control measures, The Shooter’s Log must sadly report another loss for the Second Amendment. Today, June 20, 2016, the Supreme Court declined Monday to take up a constitutional challenge to a Connecticut gun law passed in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. The bans affects both semi-automatic firearms and magazines.
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Battle Rifle Company’s new Trident was designed as the first rifle built specifically for MARSEC (Maritime Security) operations. This means the BR4 Trident is ready to defend against the elements, Somalia pirates or any other enemy that dares to cross its path. But BRC’s offerings command respect on much more than just the high seas.
With the introduction of the DB15, Diamondback proved there is one rifle that will fill all your needs—at a very affordable price.
The Mossberg MVP is a light rifle with a fluted barrel, flat-bottom forend, smooth bolt action and generous magazine capacity. It was designed as a sporting rifle for popping varmints, crows, predators and other types of small game, and related to the Mossberg Patrol rifle, a similar bolt action designed for law enforcement.
When considering a firearm for home defense there are three choices, the handgun, rifle, and shotgun. Many arguments can be made for each and the choice must fit your lifestyle, but the AR-15 is hard to beat, so get the AR-15 rifle out of the closet and into a first tier role in your home defense. After all, this is the most effective and useful firearm in the battery.
The .223/5.56mm platform is a wonderful close-quarters combat system and may be accurate at extended range. However, the punch needed for some chores just isn’t there. When you feel the need for more power, you reach for Smith and Wesson’s M&P .308.
As 2015 comes to a close, The Shooter’s Log and Cheaper Than Dirt! would like to wish our readers, customers and gunowners everywhere a safe and happy holiday season. For your reading pleasure, here are our most-viewed articles from the year just passed.
Is a budget AR-15 really the way to go? Breaking down your cost of accessories, extra equipment and ammo, it may seem that way. However, a cheap AR might be more costly in the end. This article helps you figure out if the entry-level, budget AR is right for you or if it’s worth your money to spend a little bit extra.
AR-15 gear and accessories don’t have to be super expensive to work properly and reliably. Here are five alternatives to Aimpoint, Trijicon, tax stamps and Surefire lights that work just as well as the high-end brands, (i.e. expensive) but are easier on your wallet.