Revolvers make an excellent choice as a Concealed Carry Weapon, backup or self-defense piece. Here are seven reasons why the wheel gun excels.
As is usually the case with anything, the first step in choosing a rifle sling is to decide what you are going to use it for.
If you have the tooling, settle for the basics and shop wisely, you should be able to bring this in under $50
We look at what is needed to get the firearm functional. In particular, we will concentrate on the AR-15 style rifles and pistols.
This isn’t an article about which guns to buy, it is merely my personal thoughts on why two weapons have advantages over others.
In part two, after some final thoughts on tools, we’ll look at knowledge and skills needed in gunsmithing.
You can do it on your own firearms without any problem, and you might be able to do it for friends and family, especially if you don’t get paid for it.
As mentioned, no serial number is required by Federal law or regulation on your self-manufactured firearm. But, rightly or wrongly, firearms without serial numbers are looked at with suspicion.
Building your own firearms may be a pain, unless you like doing mechanical things like that, and might well cost you more than just buying the thing ready-made.
We hear about how shotguns are the do-all when it comes to hunting and self-defense. What we don’t always hear is how to best choose one or that to make them a do-all, we need to know what to feed them.
So today, I’m going to point out offset sights, optics with integrated sights, and a specific type of single-point sling adaptor that could change some minds about the best gadgets for your guns.
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