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Bushnell Laser Boresight Product Review

Bushnell Laser Boresight Product Review

Independent product reviewer, Joel Zielke, takes the Bushnell Laser Boresight for a test (740100C).

Burris AR-332 Prism Sight Review

Burris AR-332 Prism Sight Review

AR-15 rifles are quickly turning into a classic American firearm, following in the 1911’s course. More are being seen around hunting camps, primarily due to the AR-15’s versatility and ease.
Boresight Comparison by Joel Zielke

Boresight Comparison by Joel Zielke

A Comparison of Three Types of Boresighters.

Barska Red Dot Sight Review

Barska Red Dot Sight Review

Mark Spreadborough tests the Barska red dot sight.

BUSHNELL BowHunter Laser Rangefinder

BUSHNELL BowHunter Laser Rangefinder

The Bushnell BowHunter Chuck Adams Laser Rangefinder is by far the best rangefinder on the market for the avid bow hunter as well as any firearm hunter shooting less than 850 yards.
Apex-Gear Pro-Tune XS Stabilizer Review

Apex-Gear Pro-Tune XS Stabilizer Review

Watch this video review of the Apex-Gear's Pro-Tune XS Stabilizer (AG823C) by Cory Blyston of The Natural Order TV.

AR Scopes: SPR

AR Scopes: SPR

I spent quite some time trying to decide whether I want to differentiate between SPR rifles and precision carbines. Ultimately, these are very similar weapons, but I typically see them equipped with different sighting systems and different furniture. I chose as a basic SPR configuration a rifle with a heavy match grade 18” barrel since that is what the original Crane development project used. However, I have seen similarly equipped rifles with heavy barrels anywhere between 16” and 20” in length.
AR Scopes: Precision Carbine

AR Scopes: Precision Carbine

Mid-to-heavy weight precision carbines are often just as compact as the lightweight carbines, but are a fair bit heavier owing to the thicker barrel made with precision in mind.  Recce barrel profile is a good example of something used in these rifles and they invariably come with free-floated handguards.  Until comparatively recently, this class of rifles did not exist, but it is growing in popularity.  These are somewhat general purpose weapons since they are maneuverable enough for CQB, while allowing very precise fire when called upon.  They cover the same engagement distances as the lightweight carbines and extend it further out to 400-500 yards as necessary.
AR Scopes: Lightweight Carbine

AR Scopes: Lightweight Carbine

I have seen the phrase “lightweight carbine” mean different things to different people, so as a first matter of business, I will define what I mean by it as it applies to AR-type rifles. A lightweight carbine, to me, is built primarily for compactness and light weight with other considerations (aside from reliability) secondary.
     
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