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Why Do Stormtroopers Miss? 5.7x28mm Accuracy Testing
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Why Do Stormtroopers Miss? 5.7x28mm Accuracy Testing

It’s the helmet. If today’s CMMG Banshee accuracy tests are any indication of what an Imperial Stormtrooper’s rifle can do, there’s either something terribly wrong with training at the Imperial Academy or those helmets are awful. The Social RegressiveThe Social Regressive is a collection of outdoor adventures, gun tests, and gear reviews by a handful […]
Browning Joins the Party! 350 Legend Loads for Hunting & Plinking – Ballistic Gel at 100 & 200 Yards
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Browning Joins the Party! 350 Legend Loads for Hunting & Plinking – Ballistic Gel at 100 & 200 Yards

Two new offerings from Browning 350 Legend round out my ballistics gel tests. In addition to a Mach 2 124-grain FMJ plinker, Browning has put together a ballistic-tip 155-grain hunting load that should prove devastating at close distances. The Social RegressiveThe Social Regressive is a collection of outdoor adventures, gun tests, and gear reviews by […]
350 Legend Hornady American Whitetail vs Ballistic Gel at 100 and 200 Yards – The Social Regressive
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350 Legend Hornady American Whitetail vs Ballistic Gel at 100 and 200 Yards – The Social Regressive

Let’s see how the Hornady American Whitetail 350 Legend ammo compares to the other awesome rounds we’ve tested lately. Ballistic gel at 100 and 200 yards! The Social RegressiveThe Social Regressive is a collection of outdoor adventures, gun tests, and gear reviews by a handful of Oklahoma boys. Our videos are entertaining and informative, but […]
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US Optics TS-20X Review: Tier 1 mechanical precision and optical clarity; half the price.

Today we're looking at the TS-20X, a scope that can function in either the DMR role or as a long range scope. Its wide 2.5-20x zoom range means you can deal with everything at unreasonably close or unreasonably far distances, especially when you add in the whopping 32 MRAD of elevation adjustment. Depending on which reticle you choose, you can make all of your adjustments without touching a turret, or you can use the turrets to dial precisely and reliably to the exact spot you want. Both work, and I tested both at the range with my 6.5 Creedmoor Savage 12FV.