6.8 to 6.GREAT Part II – Details Matter

6.8 SPC in 2017

The 6.8 SPC isn’t exactly “new” but in my case it’s certainly rediscovered and my rifle is now better than new. I’ve owned one for years, and in looking for a new “do it all” rifle I rediscovered the 6.8. Continue reading 6.8 to 6.GREAT Part II – Details Matter

6.8 to 6.Great! Part 1: Upgrade to the Wilson Combat Barrel

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Over the years I’ve built some great AR style hunting rifles. The styles vary by size, caliber, color and most importantly their intended use. On many hunts I’ve taken multiple rifles due to unknown distance and terrain. It’s fun to Continue reading 6.8 to 6.Great! Part 1: Upgrade to the Wilson Combat Barrel

6.8 SPCII vs. West Texas Wild Hogs

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I’d been waiting for this opportunity. I’d already set up and reviewed the Daniel Defense M4V7 chambered in 6.8 SPCII a couple of months ago. The AR-15 is solid, well made with all the trappings of a top tier mil-spec Continue reading 6.8 SPCII vs. West Texas Wild Hogs

Daniel Defense M4 Carbine V7 in 6.8 SPCII Hands On Review

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What is quality? You read a gun review, and it seems like more often than not you get something like this: “With a name like X, you know you’re getting quality.” With the number of solid AR-15 manufacturers in the Continue reading Daniel Defense M4 Carbine V7 in 6.8 SPCII Hands On Review

Why We Love Tactical Hog Hunting: 2 Guys, 23 Hogs Part 1

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Tactical hog hunting covers a really wide set of circumstances.  It includes the one shot one kill precision shot over distance, the spot and stalk, bolt guns, AR-15s, silencers and night vision.  Ultimately, tactical hog hunting brings together shooters of Continue reading Why We Love Tactical Hog Hunting: 2 Guys, 23 Hogs Part 1