A brief review of the 700 grain .500 Smith & Wesson Magnum load from Underwood Ammo.
Folks considering or using a shotgun for home defense might want to pick up a copy of this book. It’s a fountain of knowledge that dispels myth and lays a firm foundation surrounding defensive application of shotguns.
A deeper look at the Vortex Optics AR-BDC2 reticle found on their previous generation Strike Eagle LPVOs.
Short version: It’s simple. It’s functional. It works. I just wish it had a better manual.
A deeper look at the Vortex Optics EMR-9 (MRAD) reticle found on their Razor HD Gen III LPVOs. Short version: it’s my new favorite LPVO reticle.
A deeper look at the Vortex Optics AR-BDC3 reticle found on their Strike Eagle LPVOs. Short version: it’s a well designed and executed BDC reticle.
The Vortex Optics Strike Eagle 1-8x24mm riflescope is, in my opinion, arguably the best entry level value priced LPVO in the market. Because it’s an entry level optic, it leaves a lot to be desired. Nevertheless, it’s reliable and dependable quality glass that I can recommend.
A review on the Athlon Cronus BTR 4.5-29×56 FFP Riflescope is way overdue. Cliff notes: a superb large (and heavy) scope ideal for long distance precision shooting. Read on for details.
My field notes on the Leupold LTO Tracker 2 HD Thermal Viewer: it’s a small, lightweight, and high quality thermal viewer that can assist in scouting, identifying, and tracking game animals.
My field notes on the CamelBak Antidote Reservoir: it’s a dependable and functional hydration bladder that I find to be perfect for a hunting pack.
Building a team, basic preparations, elementary readiness mindset, pistol skills, hand to hand fighting skills, physical fitness, weapon selection, hardening defenses, and even bugging out are some of the skills and tactics needed for urban survival and covered in Clay Martin’s Concrete Jungle book.