Author Archives: Jason Ward

Concealed Carry Shoulder Holster

The 80’s, personally I don’t remember them, but I’m a sucker for throwbacks. I grew up on movies like Lethal Weapon, Die Hard, and shows like Magnum P.I. Even though this cinema was around before I was born I loved it. A signature part of every 80’s cop was their shoulder holster, even in Miami,[…]

Multicurve Body Armor Plates

Warfare has been ever present throughout the course of human history. As weapons advanced there have always been efforts to combat their capabilities. The history of body armor is a long one, but as new generations of weapons join the field older armor is made obsolete. Initially, armor was rudimentary and cumbersome, limiting the wearer’s[…]

The Benefits of Compact Rifle Scopes

Rifle scopes are seen on most firearms nowadays because they simplify and quicken the process of taking aim at a target. Compact rifle scopes have been a real game changer, especially compared to a few decades ago when rifle scopes were big and bulky, but lacked the sophistication of modern technology. These sleek, streamlined devices[…]

Lightweight Rifle Scopes

In the world of optics lightweight rifle scopes are becoming increasingly popular for their blend of functionality and convenience. With advances in material science, optics are able to be made lighter, stronger, and more durable. This article will delve into what makes these scopes an attractive option for hunters and marksmen, examining their benefits, key[…]

How to Select Long Range Rifle Scopes for 1,000 Yards

Shooting at 1,000 yards is a serious test of marksmanship that requires precision, skill, and the right equipment. Long-range shooting presents numerous challenges, from accounting for bullet drop and windage to understanding atmospheric conditions. At the heart of this endeavor lies the rifle scope, a tool that can make or break a shooter’s performance. Here,[…]

Nguyen v. Bonta, California “1 in 30″ Law Ruled Unconstitutional

Another legal challenge to California gun laws has just been ruled on by U.S. District Court Judge William Hayes. This particular law was passed in 2019 to take effect in 2021 which stated in a 30-day period someone can only begin the process of purchasing one handgun, or one semi-automatic center fire rifle. The appeal[…]