S&W M&P C.O.R.E with Mounted Trijicon RMR Review

S&W M&P C.O.R.E with Mounted Trijicon RMR Review

| July 7, 2015 | 1 Comments

By Mark Singer Safe Direction Firearms Web Address: safedirection.org Smith and Wesson’s first true venture into the synthetic pistol realm was in 1994 when they created the Sigma pistol but if never really took the market by storm. Many shooters complained of the heavy trigger and long reset.  Then S&W introduced the M&P (Military & […]

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Ruger American Ranch Rifle 300Blackout:Part2

Ruger American Ranch Rifle 300Blackout:Part2

| June 21, 2015 | 2 Comments

My initial range outing was cut short by mother nature but after a couple of weeks and 150 rounds down range with the new Ruger American Rifle Ranch I’ve decided to review and share my experience. The RARR Blackout is equipped with a lot of features that make this a very nice rifle. At a […]

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Ruger American Ranch Rifle:300Blackout

Ruger American Ranch Rifle:300Blackout

| June 14, 2015 | 1 Comments

Since it’s introduction in January of 2011, the 300 AAC Blackout cartridge has been of interest to me, mainly because of it’s versatility and my fondness of reloading. So much so I have dedicated a lot of time, energy and space on this blog covering this cartridge. I have developed many loads and continue to […]

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22LR Ammunition Accuracy Comparison

22LR Ammunition Accuracy Comparison

| April 24, 2015 | 4 Comments

The scarcity of 22LR ammunition has been well documented and rumors are rampant as to why. I have heard such things as manufacturers not producing as much to drive prices higher. My opinion is simple, demand is greater now for 22 than it has ever been. I have seen more new shooters on the range with […]

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Classic 22 Range Day — Memory Makers

Classic 22 Range Day — Memory Makers

| April 12, 2015 | 3 Comments

In the days of polymer semi auto handguns and my love for revolvers, these classic 22’s have remained in the back of the safe for way too long. Not to mention just about every classic 22 I own was inherited from other family members. Each one comes with it’s own set of memories. It is […]

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