Is it possible that an AR-15, given multiple upper receivers, can be a single rifle that is versatile enough to cover all possible needs? I think it’s possible depending on one’s individual needs. One thing is certain, there are a plethora of options.
When talking about effective range, it’s easy to focus on the effective ballistic range of a cartridge. However, many times the effective range is limited by the shooter’s ability or the firearm.
I always enjoy configuring and accessorizing firearms for different applications. However, it’s not always rainbows and sunshine. These are my trials and tribulations from setting up a Daniel Defense DD5 V1 rifle with an ATN X-Sight 4K Pro digital day/night vision scope and a SilencerCo Omega suppressor for hog hunting so far.
A reader pointed out that data I had previously published about the 6.5mm Creedmoor recoil was too good to be true. I second guessed myself and decided to take a deeper dive.
Red dot sight (RDS), low powered variable optic (LPVO), or both? This is a common question pondered by folks when considering how to accessorize a modern rifle. Read on for my opinion.
Looks like I opened a can of worms with yesterday’s post regarding the 50/200 yard zero. The amazing discussions that followed prompted me to look into and compare several zero distances including 25, 36, 50, 100, and 200 yard zeros.