Sheriff Jason Mosher is a law enforcement generalist instructor as well as a firearms and tactical weapons trainer. Jason graduated from the FBI-LEEDA (Law Enforcement Executive Development Association) and serves as a Sheriff for his day job. When he’s not working, he’s on the range, eating steak, or watching Yellowstone.

JAKL 5.56 vs AR-15

In general, the long-stroke piston (like the AK-47) is more reliable than other systems. A rifle with this system will generally continue to cycle and fire correctly regardless of how dirty the gun gets. It also shoots cleaner than a gas impingement system, but it comes at a cost. Long-stroke piston systems tend to kick more and are not as accurate.

AXIL XCOR Bluetooth Earbuds for the Range

With the audio function turned on, I could easily hear those around me, and the sound was clear. When I would speak, my own voice sounded different to me than it does with earmuffs, but that’s to be expected. I fired several different calibers of handguns and rifles to test the XCOR buds.

Vortex Venom vs. Swampfox Tomahawk II: LPVO Shootout

I’ve already been using these optics for a while and they both appear to be made extremely well. The point of this review isn’t to find a winner or loser but to point out the features each optic offers. My hope is that this information will help you in your endeavor to select a new LPVO for your rifle.

Grovtec Heavy Gunner Sling: A Review

I mentioned above that I’ve used Grovtec slings for years. I’ve never had one of their slings break or even worn out to the point that I stop using them. They do need a break-in period (in my opinion) to loosen up the shoulder strap some. But the quality is as good as it gets.

1791 Gunleather IWB Holster: A Review

I carried several guns in the Fare Chase holster to see how well it worked with different ones. I would normally advise people to stay away from “multi-fit” holsters. But in this case, the guns listed by 1791 Gunleather fit like they were made for each other.

A Comparison: Holosun SCRS vs Swampfox Raider Micro Prism Scope

For many, a mid-size optic on an AR-15 rifle, like the Holosun SCRS or Swampfox Raider, is a perfect size—not too big and heavy but large enough to be functional and practical. I’ve used larger optics, micro-reflex sights, and everything in between on my AR rifles and pistols. I’m not sure I can say any specific size is better than the other. It all comes down to which optic feels right on the gun you mount it on.

GPS 28-Inch Tactical Double Rifle Case: Built Tough

The heavy-duty nylon straps have thick padding on them which helps with the weight of the bag. An adjustable chest strap keeps the backpack straps from pulling apart while wearing. Two carry handles on the side of the bag connect with Velcro to make a side carry handle.

Vortex Defender-ST 6 MOA: Torture Testing

The Vortex Defender-ST is an optic I would trust for any task, including self-defense and duty applications. Don't take my word for it, though. See it for yourself!

Tourniquets On Tactical Holsters: A Good Idea?

Is it a good idea to attach a tourniquet to your tactical holster or duty holster? Mostly yes, partly no. Let's discuss.

Safariland EDC NexBelt: A CCW Must Have

The EDC NexBelt retails for $70, which isn’t bad for a high-quality belt. I have no doubt it will last for years and add the same quality to your belt that you look for in a handgun and holster. Besides the Safariland EDC belt, NexBelt offers a great range of belts to fit just about any need. Check them out the next time you need a modern, durable belt designed explicitly for concealed carry.

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