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How to: turning a stripped AR lower into a complete AR lower

Here’s a video for everyone planning to spend the upcoming holiday weekend finally turning that stripped AR lower and that parts kit into a working, complete, lower receiver.


Hunting with the .300 AAC Blackout

Of all the new AR-15 rounds to hit the market in the last few years, the .300 AAC Blackout has arguably resulted in the most fervor. AR fans just seem to love the round. Though initially designed with suppressed, special milita...



Common sense tips for handloading safety

At some point, almost every firearms enthusiast has considered giving the art/science of handloading ammunition a try. While on the surface, handloading is a straightforward process, producing safe ammunition requires a high de...



A little love for the Mini-14

While the AR-15 is now the undisputed king of the civilian semi-auto rifle market, there is a segment of the gun-buying population who will always prefer the curves and contours of the Ruger Mini-14 over the more angular feel o...


Tips for choosing a concealed carry pistol

Here’s one for those of you contemplating what pistol to buy for concealed carry. The video represents one man’s opinion, of course, but the points are certainly worth contemplating.



The rifle that aims itself

With all the recent controversy surrounding so called “smart guns,” we thought it would be interesting to take a look at one of the “smartest” small arms invented to date. To summarize, the Tracking Point rifle system n...



Followup: The RAS-12 in action

A few weeks ago we posted a brief article on Intrepid Tactical Solutions’ the RAS-12, a 12-gauge AR-10 upper that fires a new kind of proprietary, polymer cased shotshells. While conducting unrelated online research, we stumb...


The world of benchrest competition

Been interested in giving bencherest competition a try? Better start saving. This video takes a look at the equipment required to participate in the ultra-precision, high dollar, merger of man and machine known as benchrest com...



Using the gun you have for personal defense

We’ve entered an age where black, tactical, high capacity, semi-auto rifles and pistols are all the rage and rule the personal defense market. This makes sense. After all there is a reason soldiers no longer go into battle wi...


How it’s made: Sinter Fire bullets

Among the growing number of small manufacturers producing lead-free projectiles, Sinter Fire of Kersey, PA is undoubtedly noteworthy. The company’s bullets (available in a variety of common calibers) consist of compressed met...