Bug out bag essentials

Bug Out Bag Essentials

Products to keep you prepared when you need to grab and go.

The Army’s Next Generation Squad Weapon

The lore filtered down from American ground forces in Vietnam—and later from those in Iraq, Afghanistan and other conflicts—was that the M16 and its related M4 platform worked well when they worked, but sometimes failed spectacularly under various combinations of dust, dirt and heat.

This Camp 9 Ain’t Doing So Fine

By engaging in regular maintenance and periodically replacing the Marlin Camp Carbine’s buffer, owners can ensure their firearm functions optimally for decades.

Surviving On The Edge

Survival in any sense of the word always involves blades, but not, as pop culture would suggest, for fighting off the zombie hordes. The idea that you can survive the apocalypse with a really cool katana is just going to get you killed. We have guns with which to fight, and bringing a sword to a gunfight is well—you know, kinda dumb.

Reloading Essentials

The following tools can help those who wish to begin loading their own ammunition.

Jam-o-matic?

Multiple culprits such as fragments from a broken ejection-port cover (which is internal), an overly long scope-mount screw or potentially damaged guide rails can affect the range-of-motion of a Remington 742’s bolt-carrier assembly, thereby causing it to malfunction.

New Red Dot Handguns for 2022

The red dot optic continues to revolutionize the handgun market.

New Concealed Carry Handguns for 2022

The red-hot demand for tactical guns is cooling slightly now. That’s actually good news for consumers, as it creates a buyer’s market fostering innovation and keeping prices in check.

Hi Power Enhancements

The following products enhance the original Browning Wondernine, making the classic pistol, along with its recent reincarnations like the Springfield Armory SA-35, even better.

Classics: Model 1895 Browning Machine Gun

This is the story of a "potato digger," more accurately a Model 1895 Browning belt-fed, air-cooled machine gun. The Model 1895 was designed by the creative genius of John M. Browning, manufactured by Colt and was the first American machine gun ever manufactured.

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