[SHOT 2018] Cadex's Sheep Dog Rifle and Innovative M2 MG Mount

Miles starts by examining the Cadex M2 Cradle Mount, designed for the Browning M2. On inspection of the mount we see the zero gravity capability and the ease of use provided for manipulating the Browning M2. On top of the Browning we notice the Cadex Kolos mount integrating a recoil mitigation system and a powered ballistic reticle optic. As Miles moves to the Sheep Dog Rifle, Rob Furlong discusses the calibers offered in the new actions as well as the new chassis offered for 2018.

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Commemorative Air Force, Camarillo: A6M3 Zero Pt 2 of 2

Continuing the A6M3 armament article, this second half investigates the cockpit, wing, and engine.

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Commemorative Air Force, Camarillo: A6M3 Zero Pt 1 of 2

Commemorative Air Force (CAF) has squadrons around the United States dedicated to preserving and flying warbirds. Manned by volunteers and funded by donations, they bring many iconic WWII aircraft into flight worthy conditions for air shows and rides. The author had an opportunity to visit the Ghost Squadron in Camarillo, CA ( https://www.cafsocal.com/). These two A6M3 articles are the first of a series, with more aircraft to follow. This first half focuses on the armament of the Zero.

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New Arex Rex Zero 1 Pistols On The Way! TFBTV First Look.

In this episode of TFBTV, James meets with Walker, the sales director for FIME Group (importer of the Rex Zero 1), and Marin, the head of development at Arex, too discuss two new pistols.

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Sig Legion vs. Slovenian "Sig" – Torture Test – FIGHT!

Its all too often common that the clones of various weapon systems (outside the original AR-15 and AK-47) are sub-standard to their inspiration. This is due to various reasons, the primary one being cost-cutting. However, there are times that the clone is not just a cheap duplicate, but an improvement over the base design. Surprisingly, the “better” weapon is the Rex Zero, a Sig Sauer inspired weapon manufactured in Slovenia.

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AWESOME Zero Info & Free Targets from Arma Dynamics

Arma Dynamics, a training company started in 2013, has posted up a veritable treasure trove of useful zeroing information and targets. Knowing that many shooters often do not have access to long-ranges for zeroing their weapons, Arma has graciously curated a selection of targets for various range conditions and graphic representations of  impacts using various zeros, barrels, and loads. 

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NSSF: How to Zero in 2 Shots

While I would never zero a rifle without shooting a group, those with a supremely accurate system or low ammo budget would be keen to watch the NSSF video on zeroing your rifle in two shots.

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The Best Zero for Your Rifle is Maximum Hangtime?

Conventional wisdom for a modern sporting rifle is to set the zero either at 50/200 or 100 yards. This is especially common with standard military sights, which have built-in clocks for bullet drop at extended distances. However, with the advent of red-dot sights (which cannot move for distance (yet), shooters are stuck with a single POA.

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