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Author: Judah Torres

Judah is a firearms instructor and competitive shooter. In addition to writing gear reviews, he covers tactics and mindset for the shooter looking to be ready for anything. When he isn't shooting, he is a certified personal trainer and an avid outdoors enthusiast.
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Milspec Windows to the Soul: Gargoyle Tactical Glasses

Gargoyle Performance Eyewear is making a big splash into the world of do-anything, "tactical" eyewear. So not only were my eyes going to be protected, I was going to look absolutely fabulous. Read more
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The Sightmark Wolfhound 6x: Surprisingly Capable

Sightmark has presented a capable mid-range solution for the AR enthusiast looking to extend his or her practical shooting range. The Wolfhound 6x gives champagne optics on a Budweiser budget. Read more

ExtraCarry™ concealed mag carrier

It's no secret I am a fan of concealed carry. In our ever-changing and burning world, carrying a duty-size firearm with an extra magazine is not only a tactically-sound decision, it makes sense. Read more
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The Sun at your Fingertips: Firstlight TMAX

How about a light that gives us sun-like brightness, but can provide minimal illumination when necessary? And while the advantages of a weapon-mounted light cannot be ignored, why not make a handheld light that can interface to a pistol easier than a standard flashlight might? Enter the Firstlight TMAX. Read more
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Armed in all 50 States: Ares Defense SCR

The SCR was a strange blend of shotgun, AR, and scout rifle. While unmistakably an AR-15 in the front and top half, the lower receiver and traditional rifle stock was intriguing. Read more
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When Speed Counts: AK47 Lightning Bolt

Over the past several months I’ve had the opportunity to play with the Lightning Bolt AK-47. What is it? It's simply a left-side charging handle addition to the AK bolt. And I think it could bring the AK up nearly to the level of the AR-15 when it comes to ergonomics. Read more

Preacher, Shooter, Shepherd, Guy: An interview with Baret Fawbush

Many moons ago, I was hanging out at my parents house one day, when my dad called me over. He had just gotten an Instagram account, and had started following gun pages. My dad wanted me to see a video of some guy singing a Taylor Swift song on a gun range. "Another comedy internet video," I figured. Thanks dad. But then a shot timer buzzed and the guy in the video spun around, drew his Glock from concealment, and fired one round at a steel target. Impressive, sure, but then he showed the shot timer- a sub-second shot! Read more
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It just Werkz: Werkz LLC Holsters

We all carry pistols, or at least we should be. And unless you're in a bad movie or in a movie as the bad guy, you should be carrying in a holster. One of the great things of being in the firearms industry is that there are always new and innovative players, pushing the envelope for quality, customer service, and product. Read more

Smoky Gray and Totally Predictable: ETS Glock Magazines

A couple months ago, I got the chance to try out some of Elite Tactical System's new Glock magazines. Now, with Glock magazines, there are only so many ways you can spin them. And in all honesty, what more can you expect from a magazine? Auto-reloading mags might be something gun nuts from the future can expect, but for 2016, we just want boring reliability. Read more
January 19, 2016 Posted by Judah in blog

FrogLube Releases Two New Products: SHOT Show Preview

FrogLube has released two new products of note, the first is an optics cleaner, fittingly called Optx. For shooters who enjoy Froglube's "green" bio-based cleaning solvent, Optx appears to do the same thing for the world of optics cleaning solvents. The second product is a deviation from the standard Froglube product lineup- the High Risk Knife features some sharp angles and a stout-yet-menacing blade, emblazoned with the signature frog skeleton. The textured grip and ridged backbone of the blade make it well-suited to hard use. Read more
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