Welcome to a product review of the Vortex Viper 6 MOA Red Dot Scope. We acquired this product a few months ago as we were looking to mount it on a Glock MOS. Unfortunately, that was a more complicated process than expected. Instead, we mounted and tested it on a S&W M&P pistol. Read our review and watch the video.
Welcome to Reloading 101... A series designed to help get you started reloading. In this article we describe the minimal equipment required to get started reloading with a single stage press. Wading the nomenclature and identifying the core required equipment to get started reloading, can be difficult for the beginner. This article will help make that easier.
Given the amount of training I am doing (and will be doing), I have decided to branch out my reloading with a progressive press. I bought a Hornady AP Progressive Press and have spent a couple of weeks between the instructions and videos for setting it up properly. This article details the quick method of "from box to ready", to "start load set up" for this press. It helps you to not waste time (as I did) in going back and forth trying to figure out what's what.
In this video, we review 4, 1-x (1-4, 1-6) sub $500 scopes. There are now decent quality sub $500 1-4 and 1-6 scopes that are available. Our review is not exhaustive nor detailed on each scope, but more of a general findings and relative comparison review. Future reviews will detail specific findings made for each scope.
When I began shooting, sighting-in a rifle/scope was like a bad date. It took a lot of time and energy to just get a gun on paper. This article presents a set of rifle/scope sight-in choices that make more efficient use of your range time and energy. Whether you need to get a gun on paper or know your rifle/scope combo is pin-point accurate over its ballistic range, we have you covered.