If there is a Dr. Frankenstein of the shooting world, it is the AR-15 owner. We love to accessorize, modify, and reconfigure our AR-15s. We shorten barrels and switch handguards. We cycle through optics, transplant buttstocks and grips, and change Continue reading 5 Things You Should Never Do with Your AR-15 Trigger (And One You Might Consider)
You’re left-handed and you want a modern semi-auto carbine suited to hunting and self defense. What are your options? You could take the custom build route – Start with an expensive, non-standard AR-15 lower with an ambidextrous bolt and magazine Continue reading The VZ.58: The Overlooked Left Handed Tactical Hunting and Defense Rifle
The forward assist on M16s and AR-15s resulted from the initial trouble that soldiers experienced with early M16 rifles in Vietnam. Non-chrome-lined bores and chambers, incorrect propellants in the ammunition, and lack of cleaning supplies led to rampant jamming. The Continue reading The Forward Assist on AR-15s – A useless vestigial appendage, or a necessary feature?
I was recently at the range helping a shooter get started with his new AR-15. He was using inexpensive backup sights, but talking about optics so I handed him a rifle with a reflex sight mounted. He immediately closed one Continue reading Tactical Advantage: Hunt with Red Dot (Reflex) Sights