When we think about having only one AR-15, your mind might freak out. It might say "Yo bro, why limit yourself, you live in Merica!". But the reality is you can only shoot one AR-15 at a time. So make it bombproof, make your AR-15 the best. Yes, there are cheap components out there that work. But do they work when put under stress? Will they work long term or will they just work a few times at the range? There is a reason some components cost a little more. Because they work
The c-clamp rifle grip is talked about a lot. While the c-clamp rifle grip is one way, there are others like holding straight up and down with a vertical grip or the magwell grip. There is also the over exaggerated c-clamp rifle grip. You might have seen people do this. Chris Costa comes to mind as someone who favors the over exaggerated c-clamp rifle grip. What got me onto this topic was a LoadOut Room (SOFREP) article discussing the over exaggerated c-clamp rifle grip. It w
The internet is flooded with gun training. Some stupid, but some very high quality training. Instructors are more so at the finger tips of people looking for good content to learn the basics than ever before. A very large part of that is YouTube. Whether people do or do not like their policies they provide so much content it is mind blowing. That is a good thing and a bad thing. A good rule of thumb I have used is to try something once. Try and be like a porn-star and say "I'
(Note: This article is in reference to home defense. I am not speaking on mission specific gear, etc.) When you practice and train in anything in life, you find that consistency is key. If you can consistently execute an action perfectly you will be successful. Repeat ability is what your driving to achieve. Thinking of this I am and have always been very picky with certain things on my guns. Now you could use this line of thought anywhere in life, but we are discussing guns