Archive: February, 2015
Starting a firearms book collection isn’t for every shooter or firearms enthusiast. Not everyone reads a lot these days (offline that is), and the price alone is a strong deterrent. You can’t really attach the Collector Grade Publications “The Black [Read More…]
Zach sent us a photo of his first AR-15. He built it frmo a BCM 16″ midlength upper and a Spikes Tactical lower. He tells me it is very soft shooting. Nice gun Zach.
I was contacted today by Armscor about a new round called the TCM 9R which is set to be released in June. The round is designed to be compatible with non-1911(will work with Armscor 1911) pistols and so it is slightly shorter than the 22 TCM and matches the 9mm [Read More…]
T Bone sent us this photo of his “Warren Tactical Series” 9mm. He writes … Breaking in my new “Warren Tactical Series” 9mm Operator. What the hell is that? It’s basically a Springfield MC Operator chambered in 9mm per Scott [Read More…]
Like many of our readers, I am now limited to my closest ranges being indoor. Drives me nuts when I have to zero a rifle for 3-gun and the longest range I can get too quickly is a scant 15 yards. (I can drive 45 minutes to some good long-ranges, but getting at least [Read More…]
The ASP (Armament Systems and Procedures) Triad is described by ASP as “the industry’s first Micro USB rechargeable tactical LED light.” I must admit that this is my first real exposure to ASP lights – although my assumption is that the LEOs among TFB readers [Read More…]
Scottie writes … My first Competition set up. Taurus PT1911-B, Wilson 47d mags and Desantis IWB leather holster. Humble beginnings. Good luck Scottie!
1911Junkie writes ,,, Even though I’m a 1911 junkie, I like classic revolvers too. Here’s my pair of 1953 K-22 and 1960 K-38 Masterpiece. Beautiful!
Tim sent us some very interesting photos he took of Indian police earlier this year. Time writes … A series of images taken during the Vibrant Gujarat 2015 exposition in Ahmedabad, India, in January 2015. The Indian police (be they state, local, or federal) were [Read More…]