Firearms|Firearm Accessories Surefire is known for making some of the best flashlights, weapon lights, and firearm accessories on the market. That lineage continues as Surefire delves into micro-compact market, meet […]
Surefire is known within the industry for providing high quality flashlights, muzzle devices, and suppressors. Recently, Surefire has recently unveiled there new 9mm suppressor—the Ryder 9-Ti2 suppressor.
This week Blackhawk and Staccato unveiled their collaboration on a lineup of T-Series Duty Holsters designed specifically for the Staccato 2011. Both companies joined forces to develop, design, and test the new T-series holsters. The T-Series Duty holster for the Staccato lineup will be retention level 2 and level 3.
Recently, Surefire official announced the launch of their new muzzle device designed for Browning M2 .50 Cal machine gun. Surefire offers two versions of their new .50 Cal muzzle device. One muzzle device was designed for the military use, while the other was designed for the commercial market.
Last week Comp-Tac announced the release of two new holsters to fit STI Staccato. The new holsters are apart of the International Holster and Blue Duty Holster series.
During a two year test and evaluation process Dallas SWAT has finally chosen their next duty rifle. The LWRCI IC-A5. Recently, Dallas Police released a press statement regrading winner of the Dallas SWAT contract.
What if you didn’t have to ball on a budget? What would you build? Most of us when we build a rifle are always prioritizing what is important in the rifle build. We can usually splurge here or there on certain parts of the build. You might spend a little extra cash on the barrel, trigger, or BCG. You always look to make a highly optimized rifle but, it doesn’t have that full touch of complete. At, least I have that feeling during a build.
Lately, I have been thinking about what makes a good rifle build? Is it the quality of the parts? Is it about buying from established companies? Or is it about buying the top tier products in every part of your build?
One person might tell you to buy quality parts. My grandfather would say, “Buy quality cause you know it will last.” I do believe that to be true when purchasing goods. Putting good quality parts into your build you know it will give you the longevity you are looking for.
About a month and half ago I put out a post talking about my next rifle build. I was weighing my options on what I wanted to build next and decided on a AR pistol.
Snapshot Post Shout out to the industry. Shout out to my competitors. Here to bring the game to a new level etc, etc. (A little twist on a Fabulous song […]
I have been thinking for sometime what my next rifle build was going to be. I built my first rifle about a year and half ago and it came out quite well. So, I have been trying to think what I wanted to buy next.