The Crimson Trace Laser Grip is perfect when the light is dim and the target isn’t clearly defined, although identifiable. It is easy to mount, durable and can keep you safe when you’re not sure what is happening. Read this post to learn how it fits in your arsenal.
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The SIG P290 is a great pistol for personal defense: it is light, compact, functional, smooth in operation and accurate enough for the task at hand. Discover how it performed at the range and get all the details about the features and functions by reading this post.
Sightmark started with a daytime riflescope, removed the objective lens, and replaced it with a cutting-edge night vision attachment complete with a CCD sensor and built-in infrared illuminator. The end result is a unique product capable of vivid viewing regardless of whether it is day or night—at Gen 1 prices!
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show have filed third-day reports on optics introduced at the show.
The Mk7 is a compact lightweight supercharged mini light that packs the power of a larger, full-size flashlight. The Mk7 spouts out 350 lumens and features a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens.
Are you ready to take your home defense weapon or primary carry to the next level? Laser Devices believes a weapon light or laser should be purpose built for the platform type. This thinking led it to designing the DBAL-PL white light/visible laser and IR Laser/IR Illuminator—an awesome laser/light combo that is legal for all civilians.
Well worth even at the regular price, you won’t get much more bang for your buck on a combo like the BSA LLCP laser and light combo. Perfect for rimfire rifles and airguns, the laser and light helps you out when varmint and pest hunting, plinking or just target shooting. It has a 650nm red laser with a 5mW output. The flashlight has an 80 lumens Xenon bulb.
Experts and professionals agree—shooters should regularly train to keep proficient. Cost and availability of ammunition can be prohibitive to lay people and many may not make it to the range as often as they would like. You can still train at home with dry fire, which helps with drawing for a holster, speed and muscle memory, but never tells much for your accuracy. If you aren’t accurate, then what’s your piece worth? A few pounds of metal? LaserLyte has a solution.
Ammunition is in short supply, but high demand these days. As soon as it is delivered at the loading ramp, the line starts forming in anticipation of when it will hit the shelves. The high demand has also caused prices to follow, but that doesn’t mean we can afford to let our hard-earned skills suffer as a result. Recently, I came across a solution that will not only ease my ammunition demand, but it has taken my dry-fire practice to an entirely new level. LaserLyte has developed a new interactive target system with dual modes for reaction and training—the Reaction Tyme Target, TLB-RT.