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Monday, September 27, 2021

Firearms

Riflescope tips & techniques: 3 easy tricks | American Rifleman

While riflescopes are usually pretty straightforward, there are several tips you can follow to make things easier and quicker. The first tip is to check your scope for which way to turn the turrets. Many scopes will be marked,...

8 Great optics-ready 9 mm defensive handguns | Shooting Illustrated

Handgun optics, especially compact reflex sights, can offer improved accuracy and target acquisition. Red dot-equipped handgun sales have steadily been on the rise throughout the last decade, and more firearm manufacturers are offering optics-ready pistol models for personal defense....

10 Reasons to consider the .22 for personal defense | Shooting Illustrated

While some shooters may not like the idea of using a .22 for personal defense due to it being a smaller caliber, there are several reasons why this could be the perfect choice for someone. First off, a .22...

Buyer’s guide to long range rifle scopes | Primary Arms

Having a solid long-range rifle scope can be imperative to your marksman’s tool kit when it comes to long distance shots. Today, the market is very diverse and requires more research to ensure you are selecting the right scope...

Ammo shortage may last until 2021 | Shooting Illustrated

Vista Outdoor CEO Christopher Metz indicated that the retailers may have to wait until 2021 to be fully stocked in ammo again. “July firearms background checks were another triple-digit month, and we have said many times that ammunition sales typically take multiple months to...

Mossberg 500: Still a strong seller 60 years later | American Rifleman

The Mossberg was rated #5 on the top ten list from GunBroker.com in terms of best pump-action shotguns. The inner structure of the shotgun has served law enforcement and military personnel for a long time even though the outmost...

M1 Garand Rebuilds: History & Markings | American Rifleman

The U.S. Rifle, Cal. .30, M1 saw more production and use by the United States military than many other firearms. The M1 Garand was adopted in 1936 and was largely used until production was ceased in 1957. Over five...

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Army Identifies Green Beret Who Died During Dive Training in Reservoir | Military.com

Staff Sgt. Paul Lincoln Olmstead was 29 years old when he passed away during an underwater training exercise last...

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