Posts Tagged firearms

If we don’t use it, you don’t use it

  I’m genuinely amazed at the amount of “tacticool” garbage people buy for their ARs. After adding every $20 gadget and $30 widget you can think of, you end up with a rifle that weighs 15-lbs, performs like crap, and just plain looks stupid. Believe me, people; 9 times out of 10 you get what […]

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A Happier Place: Daniel Defense Lite Rail II Review

I’m going to get this out up front; my name is Chris and I’m a Daniel Defense fanboy. I’ve been smitten with the Georgia-based company ever since I first picked up and shot a DDM4V1 rifle a few years ago. I think their commitment to quality and value is second to none, and their customer […]

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Shareholders be Damned

By now I’m sure you’ve heard that both Ruger and Smith & Wesson have decide to, more or less, pull of out of the California market rather than comply with state’s waste-of-time microstamping law. Although this isn’t an article about the (lack of) merits of microstamping, a little background is in order. Microstamping works by […]

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