Range Gear

May 2, 2012 in Range Gear

Range Gear

In this post I am going to go over some of the basic items that you can take to the range with you.  There are however a lot more items that you can take but these are the essentials, not a die hard stick to this list. Read the rest of this entry →

Types of Scopes for your Guns

April 21, 2012 in Scopes

Types of Scopes for your Guns

To keep this post simple I will just describe a couple different types of scopes very broadly, but with enough detail you will know what the basic ideas of these scopes are. You can find links to each of these and in those links I will get a lot more detailed and involved in each different type of scope.

Just to clear some rumors, so everyone knows just because you put a scope on your gun doesn’t mean that your bullet will hit in the exact same place every single time. There are limits to ammunition, shooter, etc. It is impossible to put every single bullet into the exact same hole. There are just to many variables. However a scope will help you to provide a much more accurate shot and get a lot closer to that goal. Let’s face it, that is what everyone wants to do. Read the rest of this entry →

Nikon M223 Review

April 9, 2012 in Scopes


A new line of scopes developed to optimize the performance of the .223/5.56-caliber round in AR-type platforms. Ultra ClearCoat optical systems deliver superior image clarity with light transmission up to 95%. Eye Box Technology results in 4″ of…

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Nikon M-223

 

The Nikon m223 scope is among one of the increasingly popular specialized scopes.  It has been designed specifically for
the AR-15 platform, and provides shooters with not only long range accuracy but very fast target-acquisition, and also an option for short to medium range tactical situations.  It has been designed with 3 different reticles to help accomplish this.

These types of scopes are designed for use with .223 round with 55 gr. polymertipped bullet at 3240 fps.  Now if you buy the Nikon M223, this is not the only round you can ever use with it, but it is the round that is ballistically-matched to the scopes for accuracy out to 600 yards with no other calculations.  Nikon does offer a program on their website and also apps for i-phone/i-pad and android apps, that will do all calculations for you.  I won’t go into all the details in this post but here is the link for their Spot On program. Read the rest of this entry →

Weapon Lights

February 11, 2012 in Weapon Lights

Tips For Buying a Weapon Light

There are many things to look at when thinking about purchasing a weapon light. First what will I be doing with the light? Most answers to this will be for law enforcement or other similar situations. For this purpose we have to consider the following, will this light provide the correct amount of light to accurately identify a threat in a low lighted situation. Second will the light be bright enough to overcome the attacker vision and not do any harm to yours. I know that these are just the tip of the iceberg when trying to select the right light but you have to ask yourself, if my light can’t do either of these things do I really want it.

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SureFire X300

November 21, 2011 in Weapon Lights

SureFire X300 ReviewSureFire X300 Review

When I was searching for a weapon lights, I wanted to not only find a good light but a reliable light. The last thing I wanted to do was be in a position where I needed it just to have it fail.

I started researching for a good, reliable weapon light. One of the best I found was the SureFire X300. It is a little pricey, but definitely worth the money. However before you rule it out because of price remember that Surefire offers a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee, so you can buy the X300 and if you don’t like it, then you can get your money back. Read the rest of this entry →