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Tag Archives: red dot
AK with Primary Arms micro red dot on an Ultimak rail, US Palm magazine. It’s nice to work with people who understand their own products. Muffs are MSA Pro-X, same as what I use at home. Looking into switching to … Continue reading
Full report would take more time than I have, so I will start with a few photos. Chris Cheng with IWI Tavor and Primary Arms light and soon to be released red dot. The same rifle with a rather nice … Continue reading
Putting the MARS on the little single-shot .22 was a joke. The sight was too big and it sat much too high over the bore. The little Lucid M7 is smaller and much cheaper and so a closer match to … Continue reading
An updated 6-24x scope, an updated HD7 with capped turrets and the little M7 with an AR15 riser. It uses an auto brightness sensor with a manual override. The thrifty among us will like that it runs on a single … Continue reading
With muzzle velocity near 1450fps with 40gr defensive ammunition and higher than that with 30gr varmint rounds, PMR30 shoots flat without much recoil. The lack of recoil is helpful considering the precarious perch a rise has on horseback. Last summer, … Continue reading
Also posted for a friend, Trijicon Tripower: http://www.trijicon.com/na_en/products/product2.php?id=TriPower&mid=TriPower MSRP – $796.00 http://www.bravocompanyusa.com/LaRue-Tactical-CompM-Standard-Mount-QD-LT150-p/larue%20lt%20150.htm MSRP – $150.00 The TriPower has a couple small cosmetic scratches from being mounted and unmounted from different weapons, other than that its never been used while shooting. … Continue reading
I am posting several items for a friend. First, EOTech 551: Law Enforcement and Military Night Vision compattable Holographic Red Dot Sight 65 MOA Circle with 1 MOA Dot Reticle Matte Finnish, (MSRP – $469.00) N Battery comes with a … Continue reading
Targets at the Bullpup Shoot were steel clangers. Easy for a .223 with a 4x optic, much harder for a 5.7×28 with a 6MOA CQB red dot. The gentleman with a PS90 had a hard time hitting the targets because … Continue reading
With a Humvee, the model doesn’t have to worry about caving in body work. Aimpoint Hunter | Vepr
More photos taken for G4P: a Trijicon SRS on a Bobro QD mount. The sight handles nicely — eventually, I’d like to get one for more hands-on evaluation.
That’s about high heels. The carbine itself is fairly practical, especially with a red dot installed. Fire can be commenced once eye and ear protection are added.
I got this for my friend as a set from MI. He brought it for me to see on the way back from the range, so the rifle is rather dusty.
Belt and Suspenders: five sighting options for a modern rifle.
SU16D12 The rail was designed by a Kel-tec employee and is one of several made for evaluation. The carbine can be fired with one hand if necessary and runs great with the 60-round Surefire magazine. I’d probably prefer a lighter … Continue reading
Head Down/ATI rifle with Magpul furniture, Insight MRDS, Gemtech Halo and Milspec Monkey patch.
150rd drum, multi-reticle red dot, offset backup iron sights.
Some of the people I photograph are not familiar with firearms. I try to remedy that, both to have more versatile models and for their benefit as well. I taught the basics to two last weekend, both times using suppressed … Continue reading
Another blog post up on using red dot sight.