Fear Gear Camo makes a rather impressive sniper veil. Right now they don’t really have a product for sale, but they have a reservation link. You can reserve an order for a sniper veil and they are offering a 30% discount for orders of 3 yards or more.
Category: Shooting Accessories
According to ALG Defense, their forged sling swivel is so strong, it can hold up to 800 lbs but only weighs 0.5 ounces. It is forged out of 7075 Aluminum. It retails for $32.00.
Not according to Sage Dynamics. Sage Dynamics makes a valid argument about the futility of night sights. Night sights are usually tritium installed into the front and/or rear sights. Tritium is a radioactive isotope of Hydrogen. The tritium vials give off a soft radiant [Read More…]
A short time ago TRUGLO TFO came out with a new set of sights for the 1911 called the Brite-Site. Without a doubt this has become my favorite set of sights. The Bright-Site is a Novak style with long fiber optic tubes, two in the rear sight and one in the front. You [Read More…]
Duane Liptak, Jr., the Director of Product Management & Marketing at MagPul Industies, responded to a thread on M4Carbine telegraphing the companies intent on “Arm Braces”. Direct Quote below: More braces and more opinion requests might just hasten an [Read More…]
Hat tip to Soldier Systems Daily for this. The people who make the HOG Saddle, have come out with a pad for shooting off a barricade. Don’t know what a HOG Saddle is? Here is a TFB article about it. According to HOG Saddle: A rifle skid pad designed to reduce the [Read More…]
Saw this today at the FNH 3Gun Championships. A staffer/competitor modified his Beretta A400 Unico by adding a large button to his bolt release. Most shooters would buy an aftermarket part and have a gunsmith install it. He told me this is cheaper and easier. He drilled [Read More…]
An interesting product. The video is a bit old. December 2012 and stars Top Shot Bass Pro Shooter Chris Cheng. Challenge Targets made a cardboard target holder with a small twist. They have hinges at the base and a steel plate that is attached to the stand and sits [Read More…]
I have always carried a flashlight in some form or another and over the years I have gone though quite a few of them. My last light was a Fenix PD32 which I liked, but still felt like I was having to settle on the features. So when I lost my PD32 a week before [Read More…]
Looking to drop a pre-built shooting range into your back yard? Take a look at the modular shooting ranges from Shooting Range Industries. This company is providing built-to-order shooting ranges that can be delivered to your property for personal or commercial training [Read More…]
Bill Rogers of Rogers Shooting School has been applying common sense to shooting for quite some time. True to that mantra, Rogers, with its partner HolsterOps.com has relased the TRT, or Tap-Rack Training Aid. In short, these are inserts that go into the top of a [Read More…]
I enjoy shooting shotgun (or maybe I should say I enjoy the *boom* and the target obliteration that it causes). But I don’t like shooting “a lot” of shotgun and, additionally, there is a reason you don’t see shotgun courses that run 500 rounds in [Read More…]
Just about everyone knows the Oakley sunglasses brand, but when I think of Oakley my first thought would be their line of ballistic glasses. I have worn Oakley’s for years and when Steve asked me to review the new Oakley Radar Prizm and the Aviator SI ballistic [Read More…]
CrossBreed Holsters announced a new ankle holster for compact revolvers. Previously, they offered an ankle holster only for small and medium framed semi-auto pistols. The new holsters will fit: Ruger SP101 (short barrel only) Ruger LCR (all calibers) Taurus 85, 605, 650 [Read More…]
RatedRR (one of my favorite bonkers YouTube channels) has published a “Paintball vs. Real Life” video detailing the David vs. Goliath comparison of projectiles and their effects on target. Long story short… the .50 wins but not without the paintball [Read More…]
Stryker Enterprises has a large mag release button for the SCAR-17S called S.O.A.M.R. (SCAR Optimized Alloy Mag Release). The factory release button is molded of polymer. Stryker made theirs out of machined aluminum and enlarged the button. It retails for $39.99.
Mesa Tactical has released receiver-length rails for the ubiquitous Mossberg 500/590 and Remington 870 series shotguns compatible with Mesa’s high-mount stock adapters. Both the Remington and Mossberg rails clock in a 9.5 inches. Mesa claims that the rail adapter [Read More…]