Sightmark M1 Rapid Riflescopes are forward-mounting optics designed specifically for scout rifles. Allowing superior field of view, M1 Rapid Riflescopes offer quick target acquisition similar to a red dot, but with increased magnification.
Those looking for the long eye relief scout rifles provide will benefit from the optical clarity of the fully multi-coated, scratch-resistant lenses found in the M1 Rapids. Designed in the USA, Sightmark M1 Rapids boast a generous 8” eye relief, hardened anodized 6061-T6 aluminum 30mm-tubed body and lifetime warranty. Sightmark M1 Rapid Riflescopes are available in two different models.
Performance Rifle Interdiction Course
This course is designed around the Semi-Automatic, Designated Marksman Rifle (DMR) and will provide the student with all of the basic physical, environmental, and technical skills needed to engage multiple targets with combat effective hits under minimal time frames. Students will learn multiple techniques for stabilizing their shooting platform, reading the environmental conditions, and effectively using their scope reticles to make rapids hits on multiple targets at varying distances.
March 6th-8th 2015
We will be offering you the opportunity to come out and shoot your long range rifles at distance and fine tune your shooting skills. Targets will be reactive steel out to 2160 yards.
We will also have a wind reading Class by Mike Bowers (Certified by the Legendary Vern Harrison)
Positional shooting class by Jonathan O’Neal (US Army Distinguished Marksman).
We will also offer you the opportunity to join the Elusive “1-Mile” and “2000 yard” Club
When you think of Masterpiece Arms, you generally think of the MAC variants that they have. Things are definitely changing for this company. In June of last year Masterpiece Arms acquired Spencer Rifle Barrels, Inc in Virginia. This one acquisition coupled with their in-house machining capabilities gave them the ability to build a very precise in-house weapon, and that they did. The MPA Bolt Action series weapons are based on a Stiller TAC 30 action and bolt; you can’t go wrong with that decision. From there, they used the Spencer/MPA hand lapped barrel and either a Timely 510 or Calvin Elite Trigger, and you can see, things are starting to get interesting. Short of the action and the trigger, everything is made in-house.
I recently was in the market for some AR 500 steel targets to take to the range to practice for my precision rifle and two-gun matches when I came across an thread on a local gun forum advertising new targets from THETARGETSOURCE.COM. based out of Convington, Georgia.
- Robust weight 35 ounces compared to 38 of my Nightforce ATACR
- Length 13 inches compared to 14.3
- Positive clicks on elevation and windage knobs
- Sticky power adjustment ring but loosened up after a few back to back turns so not a deal breaker.
CRKT has come out with a few new products this year and not all of them are knives. They are stepping out of the box from what we consider to be "typical" CRKT products and design. This is very exciting for us and should be for the consumers as well. As always they are bringing high quality products combined with affordability. One of these new products is the Onion Survival Parasaw.
There have been many times in varying situations and scenarios that I have said I would kill for a belt cutter or oxygen tank tool. These are a few of those little things that cause some of the biggest inconvenience on hostile or emergency type scenes. Lots of different companies have their versions of a multi tool that try to incorporate these little items into one tool. These tools are as varied in size, shape, color and design as you can possibly imagine. CRKT entered their contender into this market first thing in 2013.
Daniel Defense announces the launch of its “Build Your DDM4” section on DanielDefense.com. This announcement comes after months of extensive planning and development.
Integrated into the existing Daniel Defense web site, customers can fully customize a weapon in any configuration desirable.
Situational awareness is very important, not just for personal security but as a fundamental building block in collective security. Because of this importance, Stratfor has written about situational awareness many times in the past. However, we believe it merits repeating again in order to share these concepts with our new readers as well as serve as a reminder for our longtime readers.
So I've finally done it! I finally took the time to play with the pile of knives from CRKT that Shooting Resources has in inventory. I am covering pocket knives, everyday carry (EDC), some strictly utility and even tactical knives. I am representing the female perspective, so hopefully, this article will prove helpful for the average female looking for the perfect carry knife, whether mostly for everyday use or maybe self defense. Of course, some knives I do feel would be better for a man to handle or for a woman looking for something more substantial, so don't ignore me gentlemen! This info could be useful to you as well!
Since the beginning of war itself delivering medical care even in its basic form to injured on the battlefield has been a challenge. As the face of war has changed so has the medical care. Medics can now provide life saving care to those wounded in a battle hundreds of miles from the nearest medical station, or even friendly territory. Combat medical care has undergone many changes and improvements in equipment and training. With these changes have come new challenges never thought of before, some have remained the same though. One of these universal challenges is how to get all your life saving equipment to those that need it on the battle field. Let’s face it sometimes you can’t land on the patient’s location with a helicopter or even drive up to them in any type of vehicle.
For years there has been a quest for the perfect jungle bag. Unfortunately for those of us seeking this it does not exist yet. There are those bags that come close though. One of those is the Snugpak Jungle Bag. I have had the chance to try this bag out on a few occasions now and while I plan on doing more extended time testing I felt the need to put my initial opinion about it out there so to speak at this time. At this time I have tested this bag as a bivy over a sleeping bag
Over the past few years VooDoo Tactical’s name has become with synonymous with high quality tactical gear. They have proved that tough, dependable, quality tactical gear does not have to cost and arm and leg. Their dedication to this shows not only in current products but also the new products that have come out. Now most operators think vests and packs when they thing new tactical gear, this however is not always the case. When VooDoo Tactical sees or hears a need for a new product and then produce something to meet this need even if this product only files a small niche. Nowhere is this is more evident than in the new Scout Swimmer bag.