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Laser Lyte Reaction Tyme unit


Beat the High Cost of Ammo and Shoot More

Ammunition is in short supply, but high demand these days. As soon as it is delivered at the loading ramp, the line starts forming in anticipation of when it will hit the shelves. The high demand has also caused prices to follow, but that doesn’t mean we can afford to let our hard-earned skills suffer as a result. Recently, I came across a solution that will not only ease my ammunition demand, but it has taken my dry-fire practice to an entirely new level. LaserLyte has developed a new interactive target system with dual modes for reaction and training—the Reaction Tyme Target, TLB-RT.


Powder Attack: The Next Wave of Gun Regulation

Senator Harry Reid has introduced a new bill, S.792, that the majority leader (D-NV) has labeled as “A bill to strengthen the enforcement of background checks with respect to the use of explosive materials.” In short, the measure would require background checks for anyone purchasing “explosive materials” or “powders” commonly used to manufacture ammunition and fireworks, according to The Hill.

With the right bullet, distance and placement of shot, the .223 Remington is a lethal round for small varmints , predators and medium-sized game.


Hello New Shooter, I am .223 Remington…

Even though the cartridge had been around since 1957, the Remington Arms Company didn’t introduce the .223 Remington to the civilian market until 1964. The caliber quickly became popular with varminters, benchrest competitors and law enforcement officers.


Post SHOT Show 2013: My Top Three Picks

Dealers were selling selves clean so the year of supply to meet demand launched and it showed at SHOT 2013. Even though there was some genius in a few new items to hopefully grace our selves soon. Here are my top three.

Rimfire Has New Life


SHOT 2013 Preview: Winchester .17 Super Magnum, .17 WSM

Rimfire is not for just plinking anymore. Just 20 grains at 3,000 feet per second—lets do this! I have never been a big fan of the .17 caliber in any form. If I want a varmint gun and caliber, I am going for the .223 Remington. That has now changed. That my friends is almost 400 ft-lbs from a 20-grain bullet. That is a serious varmint round in a rimfire cartridge no less. With the skyrocketing price of .223 everywhere, due to its many applications, a new varmint cartridge has come at the right time.