Since EOTech settled a lawsuit with the U.S. government last December, I have met several people who are scared to own of these optics. Not me. Here’s why.
EOTech takes to offense at a trade show last week, talking about repairing customer relations after settling a fraud case over defective optics.
Optics maker EOTech agreed to pay the government $25.6 million Tuesday for selling defective sights to military and federal law enforcement agencies.
If this isn’t the coolest Arduino project ever … but we might be biased. This is…
SHOT Show 2014 is a week-long orgy of guns, bullets, hunting, police and the Second Amendment out in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This AR has been evolving for at least twenty seven years. The lower was built before the select-fire ban of 1986. The rest continues to change, but its heart remains the same. A full auto Colt. This is what an AR is supposed to be.
Ever go to line up a target with your red dot or reflex optic only to find a blur of water, smudges or the dust cover? In tactical circles, this is what is called an occluded sight picture and if you don’t know how to handle it, it can mean curtains.
As 2012 draws to a close, I’m picking out the best of year’s guns and gear. This list looks at my favorites from 2012, some of which I’ve touched on before and some which I is appearing on Guns.com for the first time.
The darkness can be intimidating. A light on a shotgun forend can make a big difference. These lights on the shotguns we’re shooting do a great job of illuminating potential threats and make using a shotgun at night much easier.
Gleaned from a bulletin released by the US Department of Immigration, agents operating from both the state and federal levels of law enforcement (namely US Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigators or “ICE’s HIS” and the Anaheim Police Department) are currently embroi