Rifleshooter.com reviews the TAC II Portable Two Position Wireless Turning Target System I direct carbine matches at my club.  My matches are based of different LE qualification courses and utilize a par time.  If I had to place them on the continuum of shooting sports they would fall in …

VTAC Sling: Someone finally got it right

June 23, 2011 // 1 Comment

Rifleshooter.com takes a  look at the VTAC Sling I have been buying and trying different tactcial slings for nearly two decades.  I’ve gone from two point, to three point, to single point, right back around to two point again.  It never stops.  While two point …

35 Whelen: That Whelen Fellin’ Again

June 23, 2011 // 2 Comments

Rifleshooter.com’s Classic Series- Select timeless articles republished for today 35 Whelen: That Whelen Feelin’ Again by Dave@rifleshooter.com Once in a while, after you’ve played with all the new rifles long enough, a wave of nostalgia washes over you and leaves you beached by an old Mauser …

The 270 in Africa

June 23, 2011 // 1 Comment

Rifleshooter.com’s Classic Series- Select timeless articles republished for today The .270 in Africa by Dave@rifleshooter.com We had been hunting Waterbuck for three days and my mind was recollecting magazine photos of happy hunters with dead Waterbuck.  Which was in stark contrast to my own magnificent chagrin. …

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 …

If you are reading this, it is likely that you have read my short review of Paul’s carbine DVD, if not, you can find it under the training heading on the side. Paul’s approach to teaching pistol is the same as his approach to teaching …

Bushmaster ACR Review

June 20, 2011 // 2 Comments

Bushmaster ACR review by Dave@rifleshooter.com Picked up the T&E Ban Compliant ACR yesterday.  Today I began a test of the weapon. After field stripping it at the shop, I was impressed with the fit and function of the parts.  Obvious thought and testing prior to …

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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