Today we’ll take a look at a mil spec 12 gauge workhorse, the Mossberg 590A1 Tactical 7-shot Ghost Ring [6+1 of 2 3/4” or 5+1 of 3”] Model #50774. We’re going to show you an overview of the key features
WARNING: Some ammo was injured in the making of this video! Not for the faint of heart. Lets torture some 9mm Luger [9x19mm] by exposing it to multiple cycles of extreme heat and cold. Then, lets go to the range
Can you really get .357 Magnum velocity and energy from a 9mm Luger [9x19mm]? Well, the short answer is “yes, but it depends”. Today, we will chrono the 9mm loads listed below out of two relatively long-barreled pistol platforms [Freedom
Today we will be taking a look at a cool little accessory for the AK lovers out there. As you know, the AK is an awesome platform that is widely used by countless millions of military personnel and civilians around
We’d love to hear your thoughts: Which revolver do you like better? What type of “kit” do you want a “kit gun” for? What is your kit gun of choice? What is your ideal kit gun cartridge/caliber? Versachem 1.5 oz.
Here is the link for the grip tape we used in this video: https://amzn.to/2YdozMy This DIY video will show you how to make homemade Talon-style grips for your polymer frame Glock pistol out of readily-available rubberized grip tape. This simple
Here is the link for the grip tape we used in this video: https://amzn.to/2YdozMy This DIY video will show you how to make homemade Talon-style grips for your polymer shotgun or rifle stock out of readily-available rubberized grip tape. This
Here is the link for the grip tape we used in this video: https://amzn.to/2YdozMy This do it yourself video will show you how to make Talon-style grips for your polymer pocket gun out of rubberized grip tape. This will give
As a life member and certified instructor of the NRA, I have been a long-time supporter of “our nation’s oldest gun rights advocacy group”. For years I would proudly display my NRA Life Member bumper sticker, and wore my Life
This video tutorial will guide you on how to do a trigger job on a Glock pistol to improve the trigger quality, reduce pull weight, remove grittiness and slop in the take-up , create a crisp break and make a
Here is the link for the Sig Romeo 5 Tread in this video: https://amzn.to/2LuDXTf This video demonstrates how to disassemble and remove the factory folding stock on an AK M70-pattern underfolder [AK-47] and replace it with an M4-style stock using
Gun control advocates always claim their latest proposals would have stopped violent maniacs from committing mass murders. After all, why would we not believe that someone ignoring laws against say, murder, wouldn’t follow yet another law against guns. That’s logical,
The mass shooting that left 5 employees and the gunman dead, as well as 5 police officers shot occurred in a ubiquitous “gun-free zone”. Surprised?
The following presentation may not be for the faint of heart… especially if you love the 10mm Auto like we do, but live with the assumption that it gives you “.41 Magnum power in a semi-auto”. Being that we are long-time, die-hard fans of the 10mm Auto cartridge, we have always been curious where the 10mm = .41 mag notion originated, having heard the comparison thrown around for years
Today in review, we will take a closer look at the second generation Kel-Tec Sub-2000 [S2K]. This particular variant is the 9x19MM Glock G19 version, which is admittedly a very welcome addition to the S2K family. While the folding, ultralight, pistol caliber carbine [PCC] retains most of the core features that made the original so popular, Kel-Tec has made a number of improvements to the original design, including an accessory rail on the forend, an upgraded front sight and a factory threaded barrel. We will take a look at what is new, what stayed the same, and what we still would like to see in future revisions.
Here are some free downloadable PDF targets size 8.5″ x 11″ that you can print at home. Just remember to uncheck/deselect the “scale to fit media” or “auto-scale” options in your print settings in order to preserve the accuracy of the measurement grid lines.
This video demonstrates the correct [and cheap] way to perform a trigger job on an AR-15 with a standard mil spec trigger. It will guide you through the “what and where” of properly stoning the fire control group [FCG] components with an armorers stone. It also provides a detailed how-to on swapping out the hammer / trigger / disconnector springs for a lighter set using the JP Enterprises Reduced Power Spring Kit [3.5lb].
This video shows how a Ruger MK IV 22/45 LITE functions with the Tandemkross Blast Shield installed.
This is a great video that deserves some attention; a data compilation and analysis of real-world handgun shootings. It examines their effectiveness when weighed against other pistol calibers, and against rifles and shotguns.
With the seemingly constant increase of nuclear threats, be they accidental [Fukushima] or deliberate [North Korea], there has been a resurgence in Geiger counter and radiation detector sales. Lets take a look at how classic Geiger’s compare to a modern radiation detector.
This post was compiled to address the incessant light primer strikes that plague the Savage Rascal .22 LR, an otherwise good firearm. This condition is caused by a combination of two firing pin design defects: 1. An excessively wide rim
As you might already know, dry firing certain rimfire arms can do serious damage to internal components such as the firing pin and the breech. Using “dummy rounds” or “snap caps” can help alleviate the risk of doing serious damage to your gun.
This video tutorial shows you how to properly align standard rifle aperture/peep sights. It also gives you precise visual queues on correct sight picture.
Many physicians groups are lobbying Congress for permission and funding to study “gun violence” as a public health issue. That is why the irony of the following is as humorous as it is alarming.
Sometimes folks ask us why we do not include fingerprinting services like some other Utah Concealed Firearm Permit [CFP] instructors do. This article from the Salt Lake Tribune explains the response we have used for years. Poor print quality will get
In our Utah concealed carry courses, we get a large share of self-defense questions from our students. Needless to say, some can be difficult to answer with a simple yes or no. Sometimes the law uses ambiguous terminology. Other times, there
There are few things more disappointing in life than spending hundreds of dollars on a new concealed carry gun, plus hundreds more on ammo, sights, holsters, etc, just to find out that you don’t really like the gun. In this
Logic would dictate that when an armed, violent maniac is trying to kill you, a reasonable response would be to return fire, reload and repeat as needed. While the world struggles to digest what happened in Paris on Friday, Nov. 13th, 2015, the focus is drawn to a belated effort to end the wave of migrants from Syria into Europe. Unfortunately, this effort fails to address the most fundamental security flaw in the EU…
I have never considered myself to be an environmentalist, but I do love the outdoors. And, I tend to prefer wild lands be as clean as possible. In a recent shooting trip to one of my favorite BLM-managed sites, I couldn’t help but notice how much trash shooters have left in the desert.
Most of us are aware of people selling fake Asian-made knock-off’s or copies of legitimate name-brand products. This is nothing new. Some can be well-made and carry a much lower price tag, making them a decent value. However, there has
I have always been a huge fan of the Surefire E2-Series tactical flashlights. They are rugged, reliable and simple to operate during a stressful situation. However, the older models that use incandescent bulbs have been overshadowed by the enhanced performance and energy efficiency of the newer LED versions.
I can honestly say that I never experienced any real problems with the gas impingement system of the Stoner design. However, I quickly learned to dread the filth that would become of my BCG after even a short range session. I felt as though I was spending more time scrubbing carbon than flinging lead.
The Savage Rascal takes a solid stab at bringing us a rifle that is both compact and easy to wield.
If you are like me, you love your Ruger 10/22 rifles and carbines. However, I have always felt that the factory sights leave much to be desired. As I strive to bring my 10/22’s closer to perfection (and closer to
In the following review, we will examine the numerous standard features that make the Savage 10PC rifle an incredible value.
The “Strelok” app by developer Igor Borisov is a free, high-quality ballistic calculator for Android OS that has many noteworthy attributes (the “donate” version is $9.99). This independent review post will take you through the top features and highlights of
I recently decided to breathe some new life into my father’s 30-year-old Ruger 10/22 carbine. This rifle has been with him for as long as I can remember. This is the rifle that I learned to shoot with, and until
It appears that the folks at Techlite take customer concerns into serious consideration. Not too long ago, Techlite released a Gen-2 Lumen Master 150-Lumen Tactical Flashlight, and more recently, a 200-Lumen version as well. Techlite addressed some major points of
I was recently approached by an ammo retailer called www.ammoforsale.com, who sent me some Fiocchi Exacta 77gr Sierra MatchKing-HPBT .223 (223MKD) for testing. So, I pulled out the old 90’s model Ruger Ranch rifle, some targets and a chrono and
Most who visit this site are well aware that calling upon the aid of others in a desperate situation can take anywhere from minutes, to hours or days for that aid to arrive. I assume this is perhaps the primary
I thought I’d share these pix with you from a recent trip to the public range. These are the 300 yard rifle gong’s after several seasons of hard pounding. It’s amazing that hard armor plates can be defeated by soft lead
When I first started reloading, I recall feeling a bit overwhelmed by the perceived complexity of the task. Over time, I realized that reloading a modern metallic cartridge is actually quite a simple process, and is only complicated by the
One Adiga Armory reader recently contacted me with some questions about getting into a new 10mm Auto pistol. He had some great questions about 10mm guns, ammo, and accessories, and I thought it would be worth sharing with others who
In this post, we will take a look at three high-grade .177″ hunting pellets, and how they perform in wet mass. These include… Beeman “Crow Magnum” Gamo “Rocket” Gamo “Red Fire” The test gun was a Crosman 2100 Classic pump
If you reload for auto pistol’s, I am certain that you are familiar with the hassles of tracking down your spent brass after it has been launched into the upper edge of the exosphere. This article will take an in-depth
As we approach yet another apocalyptic “prophecy” in 2012, some folks are already starting to prepare. As weapons and munitions caches in basements across the country begin bulging at the seams, I can’t help but question the validity of this
If you are involved in reloading, you may have heard about companies like Rainier and Berry’s who produce value-priced, copper-plated bullets. In this article, we will take a look at the .40 caliber Rainier plated hollow point to see how
For hunters, fishermen and outdoorsmen, navigation to and from our recreation site has become much easier in recent years. As GPS units become cheaper, smaller and more accurate, we have run out of reasons to procrastinate the adoption of this
Part combat sidearm, part mountain gun, the Glock Model 20 is a serious workhorse with vast potential. For many 10mm Auto aficionado’s, it is revered as being one of the best platforms for this hefty cartridge. After spending a considerable
The US Supreme Court released their decision on this landmark case today, applying the 2nd Amendment to States and cities. The doors of case law have effectively been opened for waves of new litigation against excessive regional “gun control”. Here