By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com April 28, 2020 DefenseReview (DR) has been aware of Mantis’ pistol shooting training tech for awhile now, but we’ve never actually reported on it…that is, until now. And, now is frankly the perfect time, since many if not most of us are on lockdown in response to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. So, …Read More »
By Jeff Gurwitch February 22, 2018 It’s a fact that using bipods and other accessories, such as shooting bags, go a long way in steadying the AR for shooting. While modern bipods work well, they also add extra weight and bulk to the front of the rifle. And, bags designed for stabilizing the rifle are not always practical for carrying …Read More »
Tyrant Designs Halo AR-15 Series Handstop (also written, Hand Stop) for Better Control in a Skeletonized, Streamlined and Minimalist Profile!
By Jeff Gurwitch October 4, 2017 I’ve always been a fan of running some sort of fore grip or hand stop on all my ARs, as I find that using one allows me to better pull back on the carbine, thus aiding in steadying the carbine during initial shot, and helping to manage recoil between shots. I don’t have a …Read More »
Ashbury Precision Ordnance Introduces APO Riflecraft Field Shooting Clinics, Workshops and Courses for Gun-Curious Millennials, Recreational Shooting Enthusiasts, and Hunters!
The following is an Ashbury Precision Ordnance (APO) press release: October 13, 2016 APO Riflecraft – Advancing America’s Proud Outdoor Heritage of Rifle Marksmanship Ashbury Introduces Riflecraft Field Shooting Clinics, Workshops and Courses for Gun-Curious Millennials, Recreational Shooting Enthusiasts, and Hunters Ashbury’s Riflecraft programs grew out of the “country comfortable” APO Experience, an experiential shooting sports initiative for adventurous travelers and …Read More »
High Ready Weapons-Handling Position for Combat/Tactical Shooting Applications and (Direct-Action) Military Special Operations: High Ready or Not, Here I Come!
By Jeff Gurwitch August 24, 2016 When it comes to techniques and methods employed in tactical shooting, there are, in many cases, certain developed solutions to very specific tactical problems. Unfortunately, when passing on these techniques to others, sometimes the “why” of something being done a certain way is poorly explained or left out altogether. As a result, all too …Read More »