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Upgrade Your AR-15 With These 8 Easy Steps

Posted on 26 Mar 2018
Upgrade Your AR-15 With These 8 Easy Steps
Tips For Upgrading Your AR-15 About AR-15 Upgrades Although the AR-15 style rifle might have received a bad name after being involved in the Newtown and Aurora shootings it is still among my all-time favorite home defense weapons since if used properly it is lethal and still legal. It is still possible to find an AR15 for sale. Some people think that an assault rifle might not be the best option for self-defense, but haters are gonna hate no matter what.
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Everything You Need To Know About Rifle Optics Part 2

Posted on 26 Mar 2018
Everything You Need To Know About Rifle Optics Part 2
12 Important Things You Should Know About Rifle Optics - Part 2 Even after the optic is zeroed at a certain distance, it is very important that officers have a good understanding of how to take shots that are closer than the zero point. Shots from close-range strikes low on a target due to offset, which is the distance that the optic sits over the rifle bore. Garrett recommends for offices go to a range try shooting dime-size targets from a 7-yard distance in order to learn their optics offset.
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Everything You Need To Know About Rifle Optics Part 1

Posted on 26 Mar 2018
Everything You Need To Know About Rifle Optics Part 1
12 Important Things You Should Know About Rifle Optics - Part 1 Now that numerous law enforcement agencies are allowing their officers to use rifles, it has become for law enforcement operations to have rifle optics. 1. Kinds of Optics There are two major categories of firearm optics for sale: reflector (reflex) sights and telescopic sights.
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How The Sub-Machine Gun Revolutionized Ware-fare Forever

Posted on 26 Mar 2018
How The Sub-Machine Gun Revolutionized Ware-fare Forever
Short History Of The Sub-Machine Gun Since World War I, the sub-machine gun has played a crucial role in infantry fighting. It allowed infantrymen to lay down auto-fire, but without having to actually carry heavy machine guns. This small machine gun fires off pistol ammunition. The Villar Perosa The original version of the sub-machine gun is thought to be the Villar Perosa. This small machine gun was mounted to a bike's handlebars, truck or even a tripod.
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The Most Lethal Weapons Of Modern Warfare Part 2

Posted on 26 Mar 2018
The Most Lethal Weapons Of Modern Warfare Part 2
The Most Lethal Guns Of Modern War Part 2 M240 Machine Gun: The M240 Machine Gun is currently used by the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps, as well as by other 68 countries. It has been around for such a long time, that at least one of the countries that were using it no longer exists (Rhodesia). The M240 is the American replica of another gun, the Belgian FN-MAG, designed in the 1950s. Better known as the MAG, this weapon combined features of various weapons from both Allied and Axis armies.
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The Most Lethal Weapons Of Modern Warfare Part 1

Posted on 26 Mar 2018
The Most Lethal Weapons Of Modern Warfare Part 1
The Most Lethal Guns Of Modern War Part I Everyone is busy oohing and aahing over nuclear weaponry, stealth fighters, submarines, and few are focused on what the casualties of modern war truly involve when it comes to infantry on the ground, they're going to require guns. With all of the amazing advances in the last century, and as mortal competition has begun to require deadlier weaponry, there are many inventories that haven't even begun to be counted.
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Remington Has Announced Their Newest Line of Home Defense Shotguns

Posted on 19 Mar 2018
Remington Has Announced Their Newest Line of Home Defense Shotguns
New 870 DM Magazine-Fed Shotgun Line Announced By Remington When it comes to a pump shotgun, what is the first one you think of? It is most likely the renowned Remington 870. That wouldn't be surprising and is for a very good reason. There are not too many pump guns sold these days that are more affordable and versatile for use in roles ranging from SHTF scenarios to breaking clays to hunting to home defense and more.
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Learning More About Bayonets & Their History Part II

Posted on 19 Mar 2018
Learning More About Bayonets & Their History Part II
The Bayonet: Its History And Evolution Part II Beyond Sockets -- The History of the Bayonet The British Army introduced a revolutionary application to a retro concept in 1800 when the Corps of Riflemen was chosen from the ranks of existing regiments. The Corps of Riflemen, later known as the 95th rifle regiment, was issued the baker rifled musket. This weapon had been fashioned after a similar rifle carried by the German Jaeger Troops and featured a blade extending from the barrel.
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Learning More About Bayonets & Their History Part I

Posted on 19 Mar 2018
Learning More About Bayonets & Their History Part I
The Bayonet: Its History And Evolution Part I The matchlock musket became an increasingly popular weapon of war in the early 17th century. Because the loading process was slow and cumbersome, musketeers needed to be defended from enemies (particularly cavalry) by heavy contingents of pikemen. Over the course of the century, the use of pikes was gradually phased out, and the bayonet played a vital role in this development.
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Weighing Out The Differences Between Double & Single Action Handguns

Posted on 19 Mar 2018
Weighing Out The Differences Between Double & Single Action Handguns
Understanding The Difference Between Single-Action And Double-Action Handguns The process that takes place when you pull the trigger of a gun can vary depending on whether you are using a single-action or double-action weapon. With a double-action gun, the trigger is not only responsible for firing the gun but also for cocking it.
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