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Staff Picks - Breaks Country Elk

Staff Picks - Breaks Country Elk

We asked some of our staff about their go-to gear. Find out what gear they trust to pack.

LPVO 101

LPVO 101

If you’re running an AR15 or tactical carbine, you’re already utilizing one of the most versatile weapon platforms out there. The .556/.223 and the 7.62/.308 are extremely dynamic calibers optimized for mid to longer ranges.

ADVICE FOR FIRST-TIME HANDGUN BUYERS

ADVICE FOR FIRST-TIME HANDGUN BUYERS

It’s Important to find something that has a long track record of reliability. Modern pistols designed for recreational, defensive, and/or professional duty use generally follow the pattern of being polymer-framed, striker-fired guns, and we recommend sticking to something in that category.

Staff Picks - Everyday Carry

Staff Picks - Everyday Carry

We asked some of our staff about their go-to gear. Find out what gear they trust to pack.

December 3, 2021
Precision Rifle Shooting Under Stress

Precision Rifle Shooting Under Stress

For the average shooter, the prospect of shooting a long-range competition that involves a strong physical component may seem daunting. Hiking for miles, over varied terrain, carrying a pack, rifle, ammo, and equipment— then engaging targets — is a physically and mentally taxing.

Get Ready for Shooting Competition Season

Get Ready for Shooting Competition Season

Whether winning means climbing the podium or just having a great time, competition season is a sure way to get your blood pumping. If you want to make sure you’re ready when you hear “shooter ready?” we’ve got the tips, tricks, and advice to get in shooting shape this season.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Co-Witnessing Part Two

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Co-Witnessing Part Two

If you’re in the market for a red dot to put on your firearm, regardless of type, chances are you’ve seen the term “co-witness” thrown around in your search. If you’re brand new to the term, fear not, even those of us who have heard about it, discussed it, and even used it in practical application still can’t seem to get it straight or even agree on “which type” of co-witness is best.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Co-Witnessing Part One

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Co-Witnessing Part One

If you’re in the market for a red dot to put on your firearm, regardless of type, chances are you’ve seen the term “co-witness” thrown around in your search. If you’re brand new to the term, fear not, even those of us who have heard about it, discussed it, and even used it in practical application still can’t seem to get it straight or even agree on “which type” of co-witness is best.

November 20, 2020
Stop overcleaning your guns

Stop overcleaning your guns

We’re sure you’ve seen it. That buddy, or that guy at the range, who finishes shooting and breaks out a cleaning kit that needs its own range bag it’s so big. He’s got dental picks, blades, scrapers, and—God forbid—a Dremel with dozens of brushes for that deep, deep, oh-God-please-stop clean. Guy pulls on his white gloves, sets up his eight or nine different solvents and oils, and dives in with the zeal of a mad surgeon.

Getting the Most Out of Competition Guns

Getting the Most Out of Competition Guns

No doubt about it, getting into competition shooting can be a big investment. The right gear for the job often comes at a price, but what I have found is if I go with equipment that can pull double duty for me, and work for more than just my competitive events, the expense is far more tolerable.