Optics

Brownells/EOTech CQB T-Dot Review

October 21, 2012 // 0 Comments

Based in the popular EXPS2, the Brownells/EOTech CQB T-Dot Holographic Sight provides the shooter with a 7-yard, 50-200 yard and 500-yard aiming points.  Equipped with a quick detach lever, this sight is ready to mount on the rail of  your AR style rifle right out …

Parabellum Armaments AKARS Holds its Zero

September 17, 2012 // 0 Comments

AKARS with Colorado Shooting Sports Lightning Bolt Generation 2 Conversion. Notice the material removed from the left side of the receiver, despite this, the mount still held its zero. Update: Parabellum Armaments AKARS holds it zero Our recent review of the Parabellum Armament AK Adaptive …

“The AKARS provides shooters a solid, repeatable solution to attach optics to their AK rifles” Rifleshooter.com reviews Parabellum Armament’s AKARS Introduction: Parabellum Armament’s AK Adaptive Rail System (AKARS) provides AK shooters a way to mount optics on a picatinny rail, retain zero after firing and …

Surefire X300 Review

September 11, 2011 // 0 Comments

Rifleshooter.com reviews the Surefire X300 The Surefire X300 (152-000-041) is an LED tactical light, powered by two 123A batteries, that is mountable to a series of rifles, shotguns and pistols.  The unit simply slides onto the rail and is quickly removable by the user.  The light has a rugged …

FN SPR A3G Review

June 20, 2011 // 2 Comments

Rifleshooter.com reviews the FN SPR A3G 308, bolt action rifle. FN SPR A3G 308 The FN SPR A3G is the flagship of the FN SPR line.  FN SPR rifles use a controlled round feed action with a cold hammer forged chrome lined barrel.  The A3G …

Carbine Basics: How should I set my gun up?

June 20, 2011 // 0 Comments

It isn't pretty, but it works Here are our suggestions for a basic carbine. Rifle Base rifle:  Quality AR15 with either a carbine or mid length gas system.  We consider Daniel Defense, Colt, Windham Weaponry and BCM top of the line manufactures. For a less …

Carbine Basics: Irons, Optics or Red Dots?

June 20, 2011 // 0 Comments

ACOG RCO Most carbine shooters run iron sights, a red dot, or a fixed magnified optic. A few months ago I headed to the range with a sample of each to see if one sighting system would offer an advantage over the other. Representative sampeles …

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