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Gear Review: Bootleg Adjustable Bolt Carrier

Function Like many options on the market today, the Bootleg carrier works to decrease the amount of gas being used to cycle the action.  When attaching a suppressor, for example, the added back-pressure can result in increased bolt speed, increased muzzle rise/recoil, and excess gas being vented into the shooter’s face (ask me how I… read more »

How do we address Capability Gaps?

  For Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures Thursday, we are talking about how we as NCO’s and Soldiers can influence how we address the capability gaps in our equipment and training. At the 2017 Sportsman’s Hunter’s Outdoorsman’s Trade show, I had a conversation with both the lethality branch of the Maneuver Center of Excellence and a… read more »

What Gun Should I Buy? – Prioritizing Firearm Purchases

  Nearly everyone who buys a gun, especially people new to guns, started with the question, “What gun should I buy?” We all have experiences that shape our perspective and decision making. Maybe your grandfather took you hunting, or your boyfriend thought a shooting range trip would make a great date. My first time shooting… read more »

P&S ModCast 130 – Gun Nerds 12: AR Manufacturing QA/QC & You

Primary & Secondary ModCast Panel discusses various facets of QA/QC with AR15 rifles as well as some aspects of upkeep and focus on some parts. Host: Matt Landfair Panel: Jordan Bowles Chad Mercer Mike Mihalski – Sons Of Liberty Gun Works Nate Osborne Tom Victa – FN America Episode sponsors: Forge Tactical Training – https://forgetactical.com/… read more »

The Single Biggest Issue with the M4A1: The Magazine

For Force Mod Friday, we are going to be discussing the primary point of failure in the M4A1: The Magazine. The primary cause of double feeds is a magazine that is not within specifications. When the feed lips are too wide, it can cause potential double feeds and induce malfunctions. ‘That’s great.’ You say, ‘but… read more »

Glock 43 Micro Comp

Background I have been fortunate enough to shoot a fair share of comped pistols, everything from full-on USPSA race guns to Glocks of all shapes and sizes, and a handful of other ‘duty pistols’ with comps from KKM, Lone Wolf, Carver, and more.  Although I am by no means the definitive expert, I do have… read more »

P&S ModCast 129 – Gun Nerds 11: The Road To The M17 Pistol

Primary & Secondary ModCast The Panel discusses the history of military sidearms leading up to the testing and acceptance of the M17 pistol. Host: Matt Landfair Panel: Phil Axelrod Bruce Gray Ash Hess Jack Lewis Mike Lewis Episode sponsors: Forge Tactical Training – https://forgetactical.com/ Faxon Firearms – http://faxonfirearms.com/ Our Patreon can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/PrimaryandSecondary… read more »

B.E. Meyers BOARS-M2

B.E. Meyers & Co., Inc. is pleased to announce the release of a revolutionary new optics and accessory rail system called the BOARS-M2 (B.E. Meyers Optics & Accessories Rail System) for the M2, M2A1, M3 series .50 caliber heavy machine gun platforms. The BOARS – M2 mount is a low-profile mounting solution that offers a… read more »

Formatting cells in Excel for a Weapons Mastery Data Tracker

  For Training Tuesday, we are continuing our series on how to create range reports you can use to identify trends in your marksmanship program using Microsoft Excel. The benefit to this is, it can show trends over time for an organization. All it takes is learning how to manipulate Excel. Today, we will specifically… read more »

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