Category Archives: Guns

Everyday Carry (Defender series)

‎Defender‬ Series Chapter 1: Profiles of Readiness Episode 1: Everyday Carry This video will discuss the various pros and cons on different gear that one may need for an everyday carry situation. This applies to LEO, Mil and civilians as well. Facebook ‪#‎earlyviewing‬ of the Defender series. There are a thousand ways to skin this cat, but here at Crisis

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Defender (YouTube) Series

The Defender series begins this week with Chapter 1: Profiles of readiness, episode 1: Everyday carry. The defender series will cover by chapter: Profiles of readiness Gear and reviews Planning and training Full mission profile scenarios The #Defender series is sponsored by http://www.ArizonaDefenseSupply.com The next Crisis Application Group series: Austere Medic Crisis Application Group Ready-Sure-Secure http://www.CAGmain.com Follow us on Facebook@

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Triggers.

These days it seems like literally EVERYONE has the answer to your stock firearm. Not to mention a laundry list of complaints. More than I can recall, I seem to read about triggers. Everything from “crunchy” to “dragging” to God only knows what. Every gun god in the world seems to have all of the answers to correct the firearm that the manufacturer deemed sale-worthy. Do I have a counterpoint? Why, yes I do.

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Project 1760: Homesmithing the One Mile Rifle

Part 1: Cartridge selection Long range precision shooting has come a long ways. A thousand yards used to be a magical number, but advances in ballistics understanding and rifle and ammunition technology have effectively moved that target closer. It is now commonplace to find thousand yard benchrest competitors shooting 10 shot strings under minute of angle, or roughly 10″. Think about that for a minute. In years past, a rifle that would hold less than minute of angle at 600 yards was considered to be exceptional. Now you need to shoot considerably less than minute of angle at 1000 yards to even be competitive, and if you expect to win you need to shoot closer to half a minute. Thousand yard benchrest competitors are now closing in on the quarter minute mark:

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An Upcoming Titan, Part 2: The Atibal Sights MCRD Range Day Review

Here it is folks. The range day AAR on the Atibal Sights MCRD. Told a Marine buddy what I was up to. He insisted on participating. “You bring your toys, I’ll bring mine.” Hell, done deal. Get the chance to destroy stuff wholesale in the name of “T&E” and chill with a brother? Done. First run, we talked it out.

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