An unexpected visitor was spotted at the Santa Clara Field Sports Park rifle range. The bird was unfazed by the gun fire around it. Wild game is not allowed to be hunted on county park land that surrounds the range. … Read More
Bazic Correction Fluid. No this is not an April Fools prank, that is the actual brand name. Despite the Dad Joke pun, this office supply has all the best features found in Name Brand corrections fluids and does so for … Read More
The direct-blowback design of the Sub2000 combined with its light-weight (4lbs), plastic buffer block, and hard-angled buttplate means the felt recoil is a bit sharper than other carbines. Kel-Tec, MCarbo, and Tacticool offer products to dampen recoil. But I share … Read More
CVlife offered me this bipod to review. An Amazon.com package came but inexplicably the plain brown box inside wasn’t labeled CVlife. A small product ID label said: MidTen Tactical? Turns out that CVlife isn’t affiliated with MidTen. I wonder if … Read More
The Ruger 10/22’s magazine is a compact rotary design that requires quite a bit of thumb-force to push in the final couple of rounds of its 10 round capacity. To save time, I usually bring 5 fully-loaded magazines with me … Read More
I’ve been looking for an inexpensive tactical light for my 9mm carbine. I’m not really looking for DevGru rugability, for nightly patrols involving door-kicking or crawling in culverts and ditches. This is strictly for “just-in-case” I have to investigate a … Read More
Police Brutality has been a pivotal issue and BodyCams have featured prominently in the debate and protests. But even in the municipalities that require their officers to wear BodyCams, there have been too many incidents of officers turning off their … Read More
If I put more than 50rnds of ammo through a firearm, as a habit, I clean my firearms after every range visit. Especially .22LR which is an especially dirty caliber due to the unburnt powder leaving gritty debris and schmutz … Read More
I’ve always wanted a nice semi-auto shotgun and following the adage “Buy once, cry once”, I saved up my money and bought a Benelli M2.
An indoor version of our popular Tantalum Contract LARP game, held at Gamepod California.