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Category Archives: Tactical Gun Review

Wilson Combat AR9 Review

This is a long term, 1 year review of the Wilson Combat AR9. It has an 8″ barrel and takes Glock mags. It is built from the ground up as a 9mm AR. I have ran all sorts of ammo through it and it has ran 100% flawlessly. It features a billet receiver set, their single stage 4lb trigger and I ordered mine in Burnt Bronze.

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Precision Rimfire: A Primer

In the “off season”, if there is such a thing in the shooting world, I try and keep my skills crisp with rimfires. Sometimes it gets downright daunting reloading for a centerfire precision rifle. Enter the lowly, unforgiving, easy to shoot rimfire.
I say unforgiving simply because a rimfire at 50 yards using subsonic ammunition will highlight all of your shooting flaws, (at least for me that is).
A tiny bit too much pressure here, or a slight bit less bipod preload there, and your shot goes wide. It will definitely keep you on your toes, and you will find yourself begin to check off that internal marksmanship checklist.
The first part is the easiest. Picking the rifle. I have rarely come across a .22 rimfire rifle that wouldnt “shoot”. Now, “shooting”, is all relative really. Once you understand the capabilities of the hardware you are using, is when you strive to match its capabilities.

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Leica Geovid 10×42 HD Range Finding Binoculars

I have been testing the new Leica Geovid HD 10×42 HD range finding binoculars.  To say I am impressed is an understatement.

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Steiner T5Xi 3-15 review

We test out the new Steiner T5Xi 3-15 scope..

how did it do?

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Liberty Centurion 9mm Pistol silencer review

Looking for a light and compact silencer for your 9mm pistol or carbine?  Want a versatile one that you can also run on a 22lr or 300 Blackout?  Check out the Liberty Centurion.

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Burris XTR II 3-15X50 Review

Why try a Burris?

Several reasons led me to want to demo a Burris XTR II. I have seen other reviewers, as well as average consumers praise the scope that Burris created. I have owned one Burris optic, in the past, and remember good clarity, but a BDC type reticle, and turrets that I didn’t trust. Based on the features Burris built into the XTR II, I felt they built a scope to enter the market for so many shooters that use Mil, or MOA based scopes, and first focal plane.

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Spike’s Tactical Integrally Suppressed 9mm AR Review

What is more fun than an integrally suppressed AR shooting 9mm?

Hmm, not sure there is anything!

We spent a weekend with the new Spike’s Tactical Brown Recluse!
Check them out at the Silencer Shop!
http://www.silencershop.com/spike-s-tactical-brown-recluse.html

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Knights Armament Company (KAC) QDC 5.56 Silencer

Anyone who is serious about weapons and their use in not so friendly places knows who the Knights Armament Company (KAC) is. They have been in the industry for 30 years supplying the US military with some of the best gear you can buy.  Recently, I got to spend some time with the Knights Armament QDC silencer.

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Southern Precision Rifles 6.5 Creedmoor

Southern Precision Rifles 6.5 Creedmoor competition rifle

I just received my 6.5 Creedmoor from master builder, Greg Young at Southern Precision Rifles.  I commissioned this rifle with Greg for use in PRS club matches.  And of course, being from Texas, it will certainly see some hunting use!

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Trijicon HD 8×42 Binoculars

Trijicon HD 8x42 Binoculars

When I saw that Trijicon had come out with some new HD binoculars I knew I had to check them out.  I have never had a single issue whatsoever with any Trijicon product, and I don’t baby my gear, it gets used.  Having said that, if I were to have a problem I have absolute confidence they will make it right without a lot of drama.

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