REMEMBER the four rules of gun safety: All guns are always loaded. Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target. Be sure of your target and what is beyond it. TFB FIELD STRIP: SVD Dragunov Tiger In this edition of TFB […]
Welcome to part 2 in our Glock building adventure. Up to now, all we have done is removing material from our 80 percent receiver. The jig should have made this rather easy. Did you take your time? If you did, you should be happy with the result! Thank you all who are following, your interest […]
In the market today, there are almost endless options for slings and a number of larger companies that make high-quality functional AR slings. There are a ton of variants but I get the most questions about single point and two point slings. So we will focus on those for this article, but in the future, […]
Technology has advanced exponentially with regards to night vision and thermal. Thermal imagers have improved and become more and more affordable each year. You can get a thermal imaging device for under $3,000. Night vision and thermal can be used to see in the dark, however, they are not exclusively independent systems. In some cases, […]
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Welcome back to another Featured Deals of The Week. I’m your host Benjamin, and as always please leave a comment if you want to see more or less of any certain type of deals. Sig P365 9mm – $450 With Quote What the deal is: Yes, it’s the SIG P365. And I’m sure that someone […]
I’ve seen this debate online a few different times. People saying they either need little to no ammo or 17 back up magazines on their person at all times. Now I know everyone’s different and you may not agree with me one way or another. That’s okay though. We as a community can talk about […]
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Egyptian military industry dates back to ancient times of the pharaohs’ era. As recorded on papyrus inscriptions and antiquarian artifacts, they produced defensive and offensive military equipment from warships to bows and arrows, steel swords and shields to use in their battles which they recorded on the walls of their temples spread along the Nile […]