Tagged: rifle

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IS THAT A FAMAS?

REVIEW : (FA)MAS 222 semi-automatic rifle. “Is that a FAMAS?” No, its a coveted original M16 in french flavoring. Here we go with a rifle you don’t see everyday, the MAS 222 rifle. I’m...

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The Smith & Wesson M&P Sport II

The Sport II is Smith and Wesson’s version of an entry level AR-15. It features a basic furniture set with a standard mil-spec telescopic stock, slim handguards without aluminum heat shields, flattop upper receiver...

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The RDB – 1200 Rounds Later

Last October I found an RDB at my local gun store; 4 of them to be exact. I have been reading about them on /k/ for a few months and seeing reviews and, despite...

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The Thompson Center Compass

The Thompson Center Compass is a sub-$300 (2016 – present, 2020) cost rifle manufactured by Smith & Wesson, at least by marking variance, in three configurations and eight cartridges. It features a push-feed Mauser-derived...

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Trijicon TA33: The Most Underrated ACOG

For over a decade now the go-to answer to the question “what magnified optic should I get?” has been the Trijicon TA31, colloquially known as the ACOG. What a surprising amount of people don’t...