When I set out, to build my latest AR-15 style rifle, there were four things I felt I really needed for a properly built “tactical” AR.
Situation: you’ve shot a bunch of rounds and you have time for a tactical reload. Where do you put the half spent mag?
A while back, I decided I wanted to build a “tactical” AR-15. I had built an AR previously, but this time I wanted something better.
But, had it been time to fight, I wish I would have been there because there’s definitely “a time to kill,” but now is “a time to heal.”
The good and the bad to going prone during a dynamic urban combat engagement.
I’m a father. Many times over. And and I would be over the moon if my loving family gave me any one of these guns on Father’s day.
When it comes to competition shooters, we tactical folks can learn a few things from these athletes.
People who don’t understand police use of force, and people who are sympathetic to the wanna be terrorist and bona fide criminal are upset that Boston PD shot this guy instead of capturing him.
The day after Memorial Day, after I was thinking of my buddies who died in various parts of the world, I saw a diatribe about “over-thanking” our troops on social media by a fellow American who “loves guns.” Then a similar article in the NYT.
Sure, not all troops can be snake eaters and violent SERE instructors, but for heaven’s sake, people… let’s not highlight poor performance and call it great.