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By Erik Alexander on 7/30/2015 10:44 AM

LanTac EBCGDo you remember your first AR15 Rifle? Does it look the same today as the day you bought it? Chances are, your first AR is now one of several and it has been modified for your specific style of shooting and/or hunting. As an avid deer and wild boar hunter, I’m always looking for ways to increase my tactical advantage in the field by adding additional tools to my arsenal. Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to be introduced to LanTac-USA. The company is primarily known for its flagship product, the LanTac Dragon Muzzle Brake DGN556B for AR15, M16 and M4 Rifles. Since the Dragon Brake’s introduction, LanTac-USA has continued to introduce revolutionary and innovative AR accessories. The LanTac-USA Enhanced Bolt Carrier Group (E-BCG) is one of these products. The E-BCG is a beautiful and innovative piece of engineering. It’s visually impressive and provides many upgrades to the standard mil-spec design. LanTac-USA’s E-BCG is the next must have tactical upgrade for your AR style rifle.

By Jonathan Owen on 7/24/2015 1:44 PM

Desert Tech SRS-A1 CovertSome days bring bigger smiles than others. The day a Desert Tech SRS-A1 Covert came my way I was excited, and you’re about to find out why. There are a lot of reasons, but if the proof is in the pudding, I was shooting sub .5 MOA groups repeatedly, and with an audience of 38 police chiefs from around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. No pressure. When I was done with the rifle I’d shot it in .308 and .338 Lapua Magnum at a hundred yards and out past 600 yards. In my opinion, the SRS Covert is without a doubt a long range and tactical hunter’s dream come true. 

By saunders4Dylan on 7/15/2015 2:30 PM

Hunt with red dot sightI was recently at the range helping a shooter get started with his new AR-15. He was using inexpensive backup sights, but talking about optics so I handed him a rifle with a reflex sight mounted. He immediately closed one eye, squinting through the sight as if he were using a magnified scope.Very few shooters understand the correct use of a red dot sight. I found this to be true in the military when Aimpoint sights became widely used, and I find it especially true among today’s hunters. For general hunting, a red dot or reflex sight can be an excellent choice. In some hunting situations, it is the ideal optic. To top that off, military sights are built tough, and are usually reliable and have a cool factor for lots of enthusiasts. In the paragraphs that follow I'll cover a lot of ground including how these work, how to zero, address accuracy questions and more. 


By Jonathan Owen on 7/3/2015 8:22 PM
Falcore Defense Blitz SBR

When you hear the word “Blitz” do you think fast, overwhelming force? In addition to your military history and football knowledge, you’ll want to add the new Falkor Defense Blitz SBR (Short Barreled Rifle). Falkor Defense is a new name from an established brand, S. I. Defense. The Blitz SBR and Blast Cap aren’t just the result of a no-name-back-of-the-garage parts assembly joint. This is a brand new gun from a unique company.

Today Falkor Defense announces the release of the Falkor Blitz. The SBR (Short Barreled Rifle) will be offered in both .223 and .300 Blackout with a 10.5-inch barrel and a new 11.5-inch "Fatty" rail. It fondly reminds of the vaporware LVAW/Honey Badger I’ve had the privilege to run.