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    Epic ‘Blooming Death’ training footage resurfaces (VIDEO)

    First of and to be clear, Guns.com is not endorsing this tactic. Always follow both common-sense and posted range/firearm safety rules. With that being said, above is a mea culpa six years in the making from Eastern European firearms instructor Saulius “Sonny” Puzikas on the now-infamous “Blooming Death.” As a background, the footage was part […] More

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    Haters Will Always Hate

    Art by Michael Ramirez Haters Will Always Hate USA –-(Ammoland.com)- Haters Will Always Hate A U.S. free speech group on Friday asked President Donald Trump to unblock 41 Twitter users after a federal judge in May ordered him to restore access to a group of individuals who filed suit. Yet Twitter continues to shadow block […] More

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    Las Vegas PD police chase and shooting – what can we learn from it?

    We’ve all seen this video or at least a short version of it. The facts of the story are very straightforward – two convicted felons with lengthy criminal history committed a murder and were trying to get away from police in the stolen Ford Expedition SUV. During the chase, they fired 34 rounds at police officers and hit the police vehicle at least […] More

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    Interview with Larry Vickers: is AK obsolete? 5.45 or 7.62? What are the essential AK upgrades?

    Posted July 31, 2018 in AK-47 / AK-74 / Everything AK, Defense, Editorial, Guns & Gear, Machine Guns, Rifles by Vladimir Onokoy with No CommentsTags: ak, AK47, Larry Vickers, Vickers Guide If you’re having any problems with the embed video, you can use this link: https://kalashnikov.media/en/media/videolibrary/4522502 Recently, Larry Vickers visited Russia to take some high-quality pictures […] More

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    A primer on quick and easy Glock sight installation (VIDEO)

    When ditching the factory plastics on Herr Glock’s polymer-framed guns, there are a couple of things to keep in mind and avoid. Opening the ole’ Tactical Toolbox (which is also the name of the channel, ICYMI) the above sub-20-minute video covers a simple tabletop removal of pre-existing Glock sights, followed up with an install for […] More

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    Safe full of vintage M1 rifles stolen from VFW post (VIDEO)

    Police in Ohio are on the case of a burglary that targeted a veterans’ organization and netted nine WWII-era M1 Garand rifles. The Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the loss suffered by VFW Post 7200 in Farmington Township on Saturday night after a thief broke in through a cinderblock wall and left with three […] More

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    The Red Dot Protecting The Thin Blue Line

    The Aimpoint red-dot sight has been the premier red-dot reflex sight since its inception in 1975. They have a long history as an industry leader and have refined their products over the years to become the standard by which military and law enforcement sights are judged. I used Aimpoints and other manufacturers optics during my […] More

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    SIG Sauer Awarded SOCOM’s Suppressed Upper Receiver Group Contract

    Posted July 31, 2018 in Daily News, Defense, NFA / Suppressors / Class III by Matthew Moss with No CommentsTags: Sig Sauer, SIG SUR300, Suppressed Upper Receiver Group, surg, US SOCOM A U.S. Special Operations Marine provides security as Afghan Local Police members collect their first payments in Helmand province, Afghanistan, April 9, 2013 (DoD/Sgt […] More

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    TOP THIS: The Hudson H9 Gets Red Dot Ready

    I have yet to pull the trigger on a Hudson H9, but the veteran-owned pistol manufacturer keeps giving me reason to break away from my love for Austrian polymer. Earlier this year Hudson introduced a threaded barrel for compensators and yes, silencers. And now the H9 gets red dot ready with the H_RD slide that […] More

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