Spent some time at Best of the West shooting range testing the Templar Tactical Suppressors. The Templar Tactical Archangel is very impressive in terms of sound suppression and repeatable accuracy as well. More »
Tactical Gun Review is giving away a free Comp-Tac Deluxe Pro Competition Kit! This is the way to rock your rig! The Comp-Tac Deluxe Pro Competition Kit includes The International Holster, Twin Mag Pouch, and Kydex Reinforced Contour Belt. Submit your entry today by Drawing March 31, 2014.
I get an email noticfication from the good guys at the Silencer Shop that the stamps have arrived for my two Templar Tactical suppressors.
I am so lucky to have THE best suppressor dealer in the US 10 minutes from me!
These guys have it down and take all the hassle and confusion out of dealing with NFA items.
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I built a nice lightweight general purpose AR15 recently, came out very nice.
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Comp-Tac recently introduced their new “Flatline” holster that will allow the user to swap out the mounting clips to go between IWB and OWB configurations.
NRA News Commentators Episode 44: “ASSAULT WEAPONS” | Dom Raso
Dom Raso and his friend Jerry, a S.W.A.T. officer from New Jersey, dispel the myth that so-called “assault weapons” are the preferred firearms of criminals.
In August, I had TRUGLO Brite-Site TFO (tritium fiber optic) night sights installed on my M&P Shield. I haven’t done any nighttime shooting, but I do find they’re easier to see in an indoor range. The combination of tritium with the fiber optics has been nice since it increases the brightness of the sights regardless of the lighting conditions.
To be perfectly honest, I never got the pistol AR . I thouht they were just stupid frankly.
But with a few suppressors pending and the thought of a 300 blackout and it’s effectiveness out of a short barrel curiousity got the best of me.
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A recent survey conducted of shooters and customers at online retailer AmmoForSale.com found shooters prefer .45 ACP to 9mm and .40 S&W, by very narrow margins. The survey, which included input from more than 3,000 shooters concluded with the following results:
- .45 ACP: 35%
- 9mm: 34%
- .40 S&W: 30%
What better way to test some different products than doing a custom build.
I decided to do a 300 Blacokout and put together the following rig with some very nice parts.
After receiving my CHL, I decided that for my EDC I was most comfortable shooting and carrying my Kahr CW9 day in and day out. The holster search ended abruptly after ordering and fitting my Crossbreed MiniTuck. I knew I wanted a hybrid holster and I wanted it IWB. I like the idea of being able to have the quick draw and reholstering option of the kydex with the plushness of the leather. So with MANY praises sung to Crossbreed, I placed my order. Based on Crossbreeds marketing, I chose the horsehide for better durability from sweat protection.
I’ve been shooting 3 gun lately, and my Dan Wesson was not doing the trick. Recoil and low round count really work against you on the clock. I bought the Smith & Wesson M&P Pro in 9mm w/ a 5 inch slide from a friend and it was bone stock. The Pro comes w/ Novak fiber optic fronts, and a non glaring blacked out rear sight. It also has a better sear and a lighter trigger. For me it still sucked, but not as bad as a stock M&P.
I bought my first AR 15 in 223/556 back in Feb of 2013. I was not happy with the 223 ballistics and was soon on the pursuit for a larger caliber AR style rifle. So obviously, I started looking at the 308 caliber. However, the cost slowed me down as well as the weight (for hunting). So while searching the internet blogs for insight and knowledge, I discovered the 300 Blackout.