Monthly Archives: April 2012

Hahn Precision Aimpoint Micro Mount for HAMR

Leupold’s HAMR scope is a relatively new entry into the market for low-fixed power optics, competing most directly with the Trijicon ACOG.  You can read all about it here on The Firearm Blog.  I have had a HAMR for a … Continue reading

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Optics Pouch by Coyote Tactical

Two of the matches I have coming up have rules that allow you to reconfigure your guns if you carry the different optics or accessories with you for the duration of the match.  I have been primarily using a Trijicon … Continue reading

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April 2012 ACTS Match

1st/33 Overall, 1/13 Open Division. I used my 14.5″ (permanent phantom flash hider) carbine with Trijicon TA11J for this match as I will be using it next week at the Tiger Valley Team Match.  From watching others shoot the match … Continue reading

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Training for Tiger Valley Team Match 2012

The Tiger Valley 4 Man Team Match is just a couple weeks away.  The match features a number of obstacles and physical challenges, that are as important to complete as quickly as possible as the shooting.  Negotiating the obstacles efficiently … Continue reading

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Saiga-12 Accessories Worth Having

Here is a run down on some of the Saiga-12 accessories I am currently using that have increased the functionality of the shotgun and held up well under regular use. RS Regulate Aimpoint Mount The RS Regulate mount attaches to … Continue reading

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CAV-15 MKII Durability and Longevity

The flagship product of Cavalry Arms Corporation was the CAV-15 polymer lower receiver, and later starting in 2003 the CAV-15 MKII lower receiver.  You can read all about the design history of the CAV-15 here.  I worked for Cavalry Arms … Continue reading

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