Reviews

My introduction to red dot sights came in the mid-90s.  I was working at the range in the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) in 29 Palms, California.  My Gunny came up to me and asked me if I wanted to volunteer to work …

Charter Arms Pitbull .45 ACP Review

July 25, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Charter Arms Pitbull .45 ACP: Big Boy is in the House We don’t do very many handgun reviews here at rifleshooter.com, despite the fact that some of us do more pistol shooting than anything else. The few reviews we post tend to start out …

If you frequent Rifleshooter.com, you’ll know, I often write about shotguns.  It’s no surprise to my regular readers that my shotgun of choice is the Remington 870 equipped with Wilson Combat’s Trak-Lock II ghost ring sights. Predominantly known for their 1911s, Wilson Combat also makes custom …

Creedmoor Sports, located in Anniston, Alabama, is a company well known in the high power rifle competition circuit.  Recently, they began producing their own line of ammunition.  While there are plenty of companies offering loaded cartridges; what makes Creedmoor unique, is their line of ammunition …

Trijicon HD Tritium Night Sight Review

June 7, 2015 // 0 Comments

“It’s all sights and triggers”.  Words of wisdom from Chief Warrant Officer Warfield.  He ran the rifle and pistol range at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in 29 Palms, CA.  While I may not have appreciated his advice at the time, I have grown …

Colt M45A1 Review: USMC Pistol Review

June 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Marine Corps and a Colt 1911 Two big things happened to me when I turned 18, I joined the Marines and I bought my first pistol (in the state I live in, you used to be able to obtain a handgun license at the age …

Finally, the weather broke and I got a chance to shoot my Remington 700 Remage conversion.  If you didn’t read the installation post, take a look at Rebarrel a Remington 700 without a lathe: McGowen’s Remage barrel conversion. A Remington 700 that has a Remage (REMington savAGE) …

First impressions of the Modular Driven Technologies (MDT) HS3 Chassis system. I’ve been using Modular Driven Technologies Chassis systems for nearly four years.  Their first model, the TAC21 houses a Remington M700 in an aluminum chassis, adds a detachable magazine, 20 MOA continuous top rail, and …

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