TFB Review: The Yankee Hill Machine Model 57 in 300 Blackout

TFB Review: The Yankee Hill Machine Model 57 in 300 BlackoutYankee Hill Machine is probably one of the top 10 names that come to mind when it comes to modern AR-15s and accessories. With a proven track record of quality complete rifles and suppressors, Yankee Hill Machine (YHM) stands out as a quality manufacturer in many people’s minds. I was recently sent a Yankee Hill […]

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TFB Review: 5.11 Sabre 2.0 Jacket after SEVEN Years

It is hard to write gear reviews. If you only used an item for a few weeks, you hardly have a valuable experience to share. But when you own something for many years, like this 5.11 Sabre 2.0 jacket I am going to talk about, that kind of long term use creates a real emotional […]

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TFB Review: Henry Lever Action Axe .410 – Cutting Down Non-NFA Competition

While a wide variety of manufacturers these days are flooding the market with the same old non-NFA pump-action “firearms” for a fairly inexpensive cost and some even offering semi-autos for a bigger price point, Henry Repeating Arms shows us loud and proud that it is not afraid to stay with the current trends and still […]

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Friday Night Lights: AN/PVS-7 – What Not To Spend Your Coronabux Stimulus Money On

So you are stuck at home due to self-quarantine, shelter in place, introvert’s heaven or whatever you call it. And now Trump has put some stimulus Coronabux in your bank account and you are itching to spend it on some sweet night vision. If you are single and received the maximum allotment then you have […]

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TFB Review: Henry X Series: Suppressed Leverage

Henry X: a perfect 10? Who knew it would take until 2020 for lever-action rifles to finally be their best self?  Mis-steps were taken in this direction in 2012 (I’m looking at you, Mossberg 464).  Unwieldy monstrosities with too much quad rail were not what the lever-action loving community wanted.  The Marlin Dark Series and […]

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