ARAK-21 by Faxon Firearms: The Next Best Thing?

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Like so many of you, I am always looking for the latest and greatest gear the outdoor and firearms industry has to offer. It...

AR-10 Franken-Build

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Steve Coulston takes a break from custom-building AR-15s to build a kick-ass AR-10 I like to build AR-15s… A lot. It’s like therapy for me....

ETS C.A.M. Loader

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Sore thumbs. Just a reality for the shooter. If you want to shoot semi-auto or select fire firearms, loading mags is part of the...

AR Upgrades from JL Billet

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In my pursuit to finish a Cross Machine & Tool (CMT) .308 build, I stumbled on JL Billet, a veteran owned and operated manufacturer based in San Diego, CA. They make some pretty killer looking stuff. Looks aside, I am always concerned with durability and quality, so I set out to put it to the test and share my first hand experience.

Blue Force Gear: Taking Minimalist to a Whole New Level

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Carry all of your cool gear in a svelte, secure, slick, and economical way. Although having bulk in life is something most men desire (the...

Rainier Arms Back Up Iron Sights (BUIS)

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Back Up Iron Sights for AR type rifles, also known as BUIS, have been around for a while now. I remember getting my first...

Oakley’s Tombstone Eyewear

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In January I was introduced to Oakley's new Tombstone eyewear system and since then I have been shooting with them on a weekly basis. I've been a loyal Oakley sunglasses wearer for decades (yes, I'm wearing Oakley Wiretaps on my head as I write this) and have enjoyed their shooting glasses for just as long. The improvements Oakley incorporated into this new Tombstone eyewear, however, are truly game-changing in the shooting sports world, both literally and figuratively... and this new eyewear system has just been released to the public.

Holosun Optics: Worth a Look

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I am not an optics snob by any stretch of the imagination.  Through good fortune at work, and in my writing life with access...

Trigger Round-up Part I: Innovative Gunfighter Solutions

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Over the next few months, I will run a few different trigger systems through a project Glock that I have. I was initially...

Tyrant Designs Halo MiniVert

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How Tyrant Designs is Recreating Skeletonized Fore Grips Fore grips were first seen as early as 1918 on the Thompson submachine gun to help with...