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Go LITE with the 2A Armament Balios Lite receivers and rails.

So, recently if yall have been following my reviews, you noticed that in the Odin works 18 inch DMR barrel review I mentioned the 2A Armament Balios lite receiver set and 12 inch rail. I was talking with Justin (also former employee at Odin), about the products from their company, and I instantly fell in […]

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MILO Simulation Training for Police or Concealed Carry Holders.

I recently had a dangerous incident at my security job where I almost had to shoot a person with a knife that was about to attack her boyfriend. The scare served as a bold reminder that a self defense situation could arise at any time, and that my chances of survival would be best served […]

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TIMNEY 3LB COMPETITION TRIGGER REVIEW

Not satisfied with plain old mil-spec triggers? Neither am I. Working on a new AR-15 build called for something better, so I started  with a company I’d heard of before: Timney Triggers. After some research, I decided on a 3lb Timney Trigger. At about $200 (MSRP is $224 for the solid trigger or $264 for the skeletonized […]

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Active Shooter Readiness and the Reality of an Active Shooter Kit

Frankie, owner of 37 PSR Gun Club, during a house clearing class. So, today, I am actually taking a step back, turning off my comedic side, and getting serious about this topic. In light of unfortunate recent events, such as active shooters, Paris, and the the California terrorist attacks that have claimed the lives of […]

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An afternoon with Chris Tilley

An afternoon with Chris Tilley Perfect Practice makes perfect, and to source that prefect practice you need training. Now there are a plethora of firearms instructors and many are well qualified, and some…well not so much.  There are all levels of training from basic to very advanced, You should always train to or above your […]

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