Tag: 300BLK

Law Tactical Generation 3 AR15 Folding Stock Adapter First Impressions Review

Law Tactical Generation 3 AR15 Folding Stock Adapter First Impressions Review

| September 23, 2014 | 7 Comments

Let’s go ahead and make one thing clear: if Zach Law from Law Tactical lived nearby I would hug him. Not some wimpy A-frame hug or a “bro-hug” with arms in between the bodies. Like a real, full on, “holy shit I’m glad to see you again” hug. The latest generation of Law Tactical’s AR15 […]

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Simple Threaded Devices 300 Blackout Muzzle Attachment Review

Simple Threaded Devices 300 Blackout Muzzle Attachment Review

| September 17, 2014 | 2 Comments

People buy different muzzle attachments for their firearms for different reasons. Some try to reduce muzzle climb and buy a brake (or in the case of many AK47s, just leave them on). Some people want to reduce flash, so they buy a flash suppressor. Some people need additional pressure to make their shorter barreled firearm cycle properly, […]

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A problem with shooting an AR15 left handed while gripping the magazine well

A problem with shooting an AR15 left handed while gripping the magazine well

| September 1, 2014 | 3 Comments

When shooting rifles, I’ve been trained to extend my supporting / non-shooting hand as far along the handguard as possible. This results in more support for the barrel of the rifle, and helps to even out the weight distribution of the firearm. However, in training with very short barreled rifles / PDW for a few […]

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How the SIG 556xi Concealed Bag Deployment Video Should Have Been Done

How the SIG 556xi Concealed Bag Deployment Video Should Have Been Done

| August 18, 2014 | 1 Comments

Two weeks ago, SIG Sauer released a video of their 556xi rifle being deployed from the SIG MPX Deployment bag. According to SIG, the video was not meant to be “tactical,” but any time a big company puts out material like this I’m inclined to analyze it. Before we go any further, here’s the video. It’s […]

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Advanced rifle class hostage rescue drill

Advanced rifle class hostage rescue drill

| August 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

On Saturday, August 2, 2014 The She Shepherd and I took the advanced rifle course offered by QSI Training. You can read the full write-up about the class if you haven’t already. I’m not going to summarize the class again, but focus on the hostage rescue drill we did. Since I only do fight-focused training, […]

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Advanced rifle immediate threat drill

Advanced rifle immediate threat drill

| August 8, 2014 | 3 Comments

This is post addresses a drill from QSI Training’s Advanced Rifle class, which I wrote about here. I won’t be discussing anything about the course unless it applies to this drill. The drill: The student begins with their rifle (or in my case, AR15 pistol) in the flat stock position. This means the rifle is […]

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Advanced rifle class from QSI

Advanced rifle class from QSI

| August 6, 2014 | 2 Comments

Last Saturday the She Shepherd and I had the privilege of taking an advanced rifle course with QSI Training. The class built on a lot of what we’d learned from them in their basic class over the years as well as training from other organizations. The class was approximately 8 hours long, with 30 minutes […]

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Star Wars Inspired “Imperial Blaster” 300 Blackout Rifle

Star Wars Inspired “Imperial Blaster” 300 Blackout Rifle

| July 22, 2014 | 3 Comments

One of the things I like the most about 300 Blackout is the amount of experimentation and personalization that takes place. I believe the majority of 300 owners are tinkerers. Due to the high cost of commercially manufactured .300 Blackout ammunition many .300 owners handload their ammo. Handloads ammunition plus varying barrel lengths from different […]

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SBR Noise Comparison

SBR Noise Comparison

Due to the limited capabilities of the meter used for testing, as well as the sloppy testing protocol, I have removed the contents from this page and hidden the video on YouTube. I am working with a suppressor manufacturer here in Minnesota to re-test these firearms with their professional (and very expensive) equipment. Thank you […]

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Forster Bullet Pulling Die Review

Forster Bullet Pulling Die Review

| June 18, 2014 | 4 Comments

As I wrote about a few weeks ago, my AR15 .300 Blackout pistol ran great, but my handloaded ammunition did not. It turns out that the Lyman Accutrimmer I was using increasingly fell out of adjustment. Most .300 reloaders stop at 1.360″ brass length, and folks running AR15s will trim as short at 1.355″ (which […]

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