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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, April 19, 2021

Firearms

Hardcore hunting: 5 tips for keeping your rifle functioning | American Hunter

Rifles are at risk when exposed to different weather conditions. Specifically, cold, snow, dust, ice, heat, and mud all adversely affect rifles, making it imperative to take care of them at all times. There are a few things that...

Reloading on a budget part 1: Brass preparation | Shooting Sports USA

Recently, the country has been experiencing an ammunition shortage which has led to shooters becoming reloaders. What exactly is reloading? Reloading is a simple mechanical process that takes a fired case, re-forms it, and replaces the required components in...

Radical Sinter Titanium Suppressor: New quick attach 3D-printed can | Recoil Magazine

Manufactured using 3D additive manufacturing, Radical Firearms now comes with a 3D-printed suppressor, the Sinter Titanium Suppressor. The Sinter Titanium Suppressor is mainly composed entirely of titanium 6AI-4V, which makes it very light, at just 16 ounces. It has...

5 low-cost training methods for shooters | American Rifleman

Marksmanship is a perishable skill that needs continuous training. Shooting isn’t cheap to begin with, especially today during the ammo shortage. Currently there are numerous ways to train at a relatively cheaper price. This includes dry firing, laser training,...

ARTV: The making of heritage revolvers | American Rifleman

Widely known for creating single-action .22-cal. rimfire revolvers, Heritage Manufacturing Inc., has become one of the hottest names in the industry today. Heritage Manufacturing Inc. is under the Taurus Holdings name and has been creating revolvers in different themes...

7 great new pistols for 2021 | Shooting Illustrated

The year 2020 has set the record with folks buying firearms to protect their homes. This year, the firearm industry seems to be unstoppable still with a new set of handguns previously released. This includes the Stoeger STR-9S Combat...

Following M3A1 grease gun #750213 through Vietnam | Recoil

The M3A1 is an old grease gun that stood out in Vietnam in the 1960s and 1970s. It takes its name from a tool still used by mechanics today. This gun was particularly developed in WWII and is almost...

Why shooting is more fun with big guns | NRA

Far from the myth that a large, heavy gun is more difficult to shoot, such guns can actually be easier to use. This is because the size of the gun lessens recoil, the backward movement of a gun when...

Next-gen rifles and SCAR-killers | Recoil

Just like in any industry, a new caliber or configuration hits the market each year. In fact, there are a lot of products for any single part of a gun, ranging from muzzle-loader to springs and pins and so...

FN-49: The last old-school battle rifle | American Rifleman

Fabrique Nationale began producing the Model 1889 Mausers for Belgium in 1891. They soon expanded and created new Models for Brazil, Costa Rica, and several other countries. In 1936 Dieudonne Saive, FN’s chief firearms designer, developed and patented a...

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In special warfare milestone, female enlisted airman to enter combat controller training | Military.com

The US Air Force has reached another milestone as the first female enlisted airman soon will enter training to...

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