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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Riflescope design and market appeal are a little like Goldilocks’ beds and porridge, swinging from too basic (second-plane duplex reticles in 3-9×42 configurations) to too complicated (first-plane precision reticles in monster 5-30×56 configurations). But happily the industry has recognized a just-right combination of precision and simple.Read More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Aimpoint just announced a new red dot that’s to be released at the SHOT Show next week. The Acro S-2 is designed for use on shotguns with a vent rib. It’s geared toward bird and small game hunters and sporting clays shooters. Being that it attachesRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Folding knives are convenient, and what most of us carry as EDC blades, but sometimes it’s nice to have a good fixed blade around for more serious purposes. A good friend and mentor always described a folding knife as being pre-broken, in that it’s already inRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ I love large-format pistol caliber pistols. You know, guns like the Ruger PC Charger, the Micro Scorpion, the SIG MPX K, the CMMG Banshee, and all the other micro pistol caliber braced pistols. I just call them subguns and blame that on my love of submachineRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Busting clays is a blast (no pun intended)! But if you’ve used one of those spring-loaded manual traps or the hand-held plastic whip things, you know the definition of frustration. Traditionally, electronic traps have been too large, heavy, and expensive for casual clay busters, but Champion’sRead More →

Gear Review: Zero Tolerance 0006 Fixed Blade Knife

Next Post Coming Soon…▶ If you aren’t familiar with Oregon-based Zero Tolerance knives, I’d wager you’ve probably heard of Kershaw. The two are sister companies, both part of the Kai group. Given that the pair are headquartered just a few miles down the road from me, I’m more than familiarRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Do you know anyone who doesn’t own at least one five-gallon bucket from Lowe’s or Home Depot? Maybe you one left over from a painting job you did or some drywall work. If you own one, you have everything you need for a range “bag.” AndRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ The main draw of the Xtech Tactical MTX 365 +3 baseplate for your SIG SAUER P365 is the same draw of the P365 itself. In 2018 SIG hit the concealed carry market with a sledgehammer and all but killed the single stack 9mm pistol in oneRead More →

Gear Review: Maven CRF.1 6x22 Laser Rangefinder

Image courtesy JWT for thetruthaboutguns.com Next Post Coming Soon…▶ I first came across Maven optics while reviewing a set of their binoculars. They got my attention. They reviewed well again a few months later with one of their riflescopes. This year, Maven has rounded out their product lineup with another solidRead More →

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Image via FenixLighting.com. Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Today’s tactical flashlights complement a personal defense handgun quite nicely. In fact if you carry a gun, you should definitely carry a good flashlight. Seeing and being sure of what you’re shooting at is part of responsible armed self-defense. Thirty years ago, cuttingRead More →