In an era of civil unrest, pandemics and rising crime, it is only natural that Americans look to improve their personal security. Food, water, silver and yes, even firearms, play important roles in self-sufficiency. One of the problems that many Americans face is deciding how to allocate their money for these items.
Author: Richard Johnson
Richard Johnson is a gun writer, amateur historian and - most importantly - a dad. He's done a lot of silly things in his life, but quitting police work to follow his passion of writing about guns was one of the smartest things he ever did. He founded this site and continues to manage its operation.
Palmetto State Armory FDE AR-15 Review
Too many Social Media Warriors like to trash brands and gun models that don’t meet a minimum price or arbitrary style.
When I started checking into the AR-15 rifles made by Palmetto State Armory (PSA), I ran into a few people who badmouthed the brand without any firsthand experience.
I decided to find the truth for myself.
In today’s article, I review the Palmetto State Armory FDE AR-15 with Magpul MOE furniture.
If you need an optic for your Glock 43X, I’m here to help. The Modular Optic System, or MOS, version of the G43X has a factory cut slide that accepts only micro-footprint sized optics using the RMSc-type base. Not every red dot sight (RDS) will fit.
Got a Springfield Hellcat you want to squeeze every bit of performance possible out of?
I recommend taking a look at the Action Enhancement Trigger from Apex Tactical Specialties. This user-installable kit promises to retain all of the safety of the stock trigger while improving the break, pull and reset.
So, you recently purchased a Springfield Armory Hellcat and now you want to add a red dot sight (RDS). The question is “what optics are compatible for a Springfield Hellcat OSP?”
Don’t worry – I’ve got you covered.