Sometimes metal is better than plastic...
Today I will be looking at the Deflector Brake from Havoc Tactical Solutions. It is a device that lessens the ricochet of ejected brass, and minimizes damage to brass.
Taking a look at and installing the Trinity Force rail covers I got from one of my Tac Pack boxes.
Full.Lead.Taco Haiku #21
Unboxing of the October 2019 Tackpack. Today I will be opening the October 2019 Tacpack subscription box.
Getting "Project: Shorty AR15" sighted in. It is a complete Palmetto State Armory build kit with an ATI lower. PSA makes some great uppers.
Telling about some features of the C Products or DURAMAG 7.62x39 magazine. Also show you how the take it apart for cleaning.
Trying out the 20, 28, and 30 round 7.62x39 AR mags from C Products, also known as DURAMAG. These mags work great in the AR47 or AR15 that shoots 7.62x39.
In this episode, Carl and Mike talk about some glocks, some optics, and give some advice to keep an eye out for deals this next week or two... And go ahead, treat yourself!
Yeah, you read that right. In this video Steve takes his AR15 out to one mile and completes our one mile zombie challenge. Congratulations Steve.
Steve is stretching the long range limits of the AR platform. in this video he goes over some of the things he has done to shoot his rifle at 1500 yards. Next stop one mile!
Steve shooting his 450 Bushmaster offhand at 500 yards because that's perfectly normal. Everybody does that.
This is the third video installment on my quest for an accurate plinking load for my AR15 using the budget 62gr FMJ bullets from Hornady. I was not able to find any concrete load data for a 16″ barrel using this bullet weight and powder combination. I had to use data from a 60gr bullet, […]
In this video I revisited some load development using H335 and a 62gr Hornady FMJ bullet. The load data I had originally used to determine my charge weights gave me very low velocities. I discovered that the data I had gathered was from sources that had used 24 and 26 inch barrels to test their […]