Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider Tactical Cowboy Revolver

Review: Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider Tactical Cowboy Revolver

It’s important to remember that shooting is fun; and this is just the pistol to remind us of that fact.

Long Range Shooting For Beginners

Shooting long range has been described as “weaponized math,” and for good reason…

I Carry: Springfield Armory XD 9 mm Pistol in a Crucial Concealment Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a Springfield Armory XD 9 mm pistol with an OSP 9 mm slide assembly carried in a Crucial Concealment Ambi Cover IWB holster and topped with a Bushnell RXC-200 red-dot sight.

Varmint Hunting for … Training?

While varmint hunting might not be the first thing one thinks of as tactical training, there are many lessons to be learned in the field that can help your defensive plan.

I Carry: Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Pistol in a PHLster Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have the Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro 9 mm pistol with a Bushnell RXU-200 red-dot sight carried in a PHLster Skeleton holster.

2022 New Optics Guide

Optics are an increasingly vital part of more and more firearms, from traditional rifles to MSRs to shotguns and even ultracompact, concealed-carry handguns. With few exceptions, however, nearly every optic is made overseas, and every manufacturer uses at least one or two components of foreign origin. 

2022 New Optics Guide: Thermal and Night-Vision

New advances in electronics and updated manufacturing processes have made thermal and night vision optics more affordable than ever before.

2022 New Optics Guide: Riflescopes

Everything from Low Power Variable Optics for close-in work to high-powered zooms for the long range game.

2022 New Optics Guide: Red-Dot Sights

We continue our look at the new optics for 2022 with an overview of the models of red dot sights coming out in 2022.

Understanding Rifle Scope Reticles

Special-purpose rifle scope reticles are not exactly a new invention. For example, the common duplex-reticle-based, mil-dot design has been around since the 1970s. Ballistic Drop Compensating (BDC) configurations are much older than that. However, modern reticles that feature extensive aiming grids and ranging scales are direct descendants of Horus Vision’s hunting-scope reticles. 

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