Stand Build List: Here’s what you need to build two stands: (3) 8′ 2×4’s (4) 3/8 X 6″ Carriage Bolts (4) Wingnuts for the Carriage Bolts (2) Compression Springs (28) 3″ screws (2) Round Steel Gongs Stand Assembly: It’s pretty straightforward, but most importantly, the dimensions I used are listed below. With a drill, a drill bit, miter saw, and[Read More…]
Articles by: Aaron Phillips
If you’ve ever wanted to pull a candlestick and open a door to your hidden lair, one Arizona-based company could make it a reality. Creative Home Engineering specializes in building hidden rooms with complex mechanisms so cleverly hidden that nobody will be able to find them. They go a step beyond just hiding entryways, and can design a hardened room[Read More…]
Gerber’s latest offering to AR-15 owners goes above and beyond when it comes to field maintenance. The short stack fits into the bottom of any Magpul-style foregrip. It separates into 3 pieces, and gives shooters the tools they need to strip and maintain their weapon. The Short Stack has tools to adjust the stock and flash hider, scrape and[Read More…]
One of the toughest types of jams to clear in a hurry is the dreaded double-feed. The NSSF goes over the fastest way to clear your AR-15 after a double-feed. Check out the video above for more details.
1. In a drawer labeled “Benghazi Evidence.” 2. Inside of your work boots. 3. With the cartels in Mexico. 4. As an attachment to one of Hillary’s emails. 5. Wherever Michelle keeps Barack’s balls. 6. Behind Vince Foster’s gravestone. 7. Inside of a bag labelled ‘Medical Marijuana.’ 8. Wherever they’ve been hiding them in Ferguson. 9. In the same hole Pelosi crawled out[Read More…]
The Luger pistol action is unique. It uses a toggle-locked, short recoil method that delivers exceptional accuracy for an affordable price. Germany initially manufactured these weapons out of machined steel, but switched to a stamping process as the war continued.
1. Most people are home-schooled in their use. 2. Comes in single action and double action, but not affirmative action. 3. They can’t pay a Subaru dealership to do the maintenance for them. 4. A limp wrist makes the recoil unmanageable. 5. No participation trophies at 3-gun matches. 6. They’d rather put a meal on the table with food stamps[Read More…]
In my neck of the woods the more of a hillbilly you are, the better you are at putting fish on the table. Hillbilly fishermen know all of the tips and tricks, and sometimes their way of doing things is the best way, even if it’s unorthodox. One thing’s for sure, if you’re ever in a survival situation around a[Read More…]