Author: Chris Tran
Chris Tran is a police officer for a large municipality in the Pacific Northwest. He writes equipment reviews aimed towards the everyday user with a focus on functionality, durability, and cost effectiveness.
Zero Bravo REOS Sights: Totally Tubular Sighting SolutionThe REOS is an "old is new" sighting system comprised of two simple ghost ring sights that clamp onto the tube of the variable powered optic, and there are models that will fit standard 30mm, 34mm, and 1" scope diameters. It is a simple, intuitive sighting system that proved to be worth a closer look. Read more
Trigger Round-up Part I: Innovative Gunfighter SolutionsChris Tran starts a four-part series testing and reviewing three GLOCK trigger system replacements. Check out his unbiased take on the Innovative Gunfighter Solutions, LLC (IGFS) Enhanced Duty Trigger (EDT). Read more
Northwest Shooting Sports Expo 2016: Industry Best Gather in the Pacific NorthwestThe Tacoma Convention Center came alive this past weekend as the first-ever Northwest Shooting Sports Expo 2016 quietly, and confidently welcomed shooting sports enthusiasts from all around the country. Rainier Arms CEO John Hwang implemented an idea to create the first-ever PacNW Expo with the following concept of operation: bring together some of the industry’s best companies and manufacturers, maintain an intimate and genuine atmosphere, and make it open to the public. Read more
VG6 Precision AK Epsilon and C.A.G.E.Bolt-on devices to direct lateral gas expansion from muzzle brakes really took the shooting world by storm about a year and a half ago or so, and I’ve checked out a few of them ranging from the Ferfrans CRD to Fortis Manufacturing’s CONTROL. Read more
Rainier Arms Magazine Advanced Release System: Shoot Like a LeftyRainier Arms is poised to release their Rainier Arms Magazine Advanced Release System (MARS). Now, with a simple modification, end users can “shoot like a leftie” and not worry about breaking the master grip while performing reloads. Read more