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Though certainly not complete training in and of itself, shooting competition (IDPA, IPSC, etc.) can be a useful component of firearms training, skill maintenance and skill assessment.
Have the benefits of reloading been outpaced by modern factory-loaded ammo?
Windham Weaponry AR-15 rifles are just what you’d expect out of this long-time manufacturer from Maine: Top quality and great shooters.
When Patrick Sweeney said he was going to put a batch of ARs through some intense torture testing to do gun reviews, we had no idea he’d go this far. Here’s your chance to win a copy of the book that shows the results – “Gun Digest Book of the AR-15 Volume 4.”
The slaughter of four young California Highway Patrol Officers at Newhall, in 1970, was a watershed experience in the history of American law enforcement. Four decades after the incident, the lessons from Newhall illustrate critical aspects of tactical training for law enforcement and self-defense.
Hosted by K&M Precision Rifle Training and GA Precision, the 2012 GAP Grind was held October 26-28, 2012. Watch this video to get a look inside this demanding long-range shooting competition. Do you think you have what it takes?
I’ve noticed a few things among those pondering a concealed carry gun. Maybe it’s just me.
Assault weapons ban list includes some curious picks.
Del-Ton makes good rifles, even though some shooters are so class-based they won’t acknowledge any rifle not made by the “best” or “mil-spec” companies. Their loss, says Patrick Sweeney in this AR-15 review.
Everyone knows a Wilson Combat 1911 is top of the line. In this AR-15 review, Patrick Sweeney argues the same can be said for Wilson’s AR-15s, including this one chambered for the 6.8 cartridge.