For those of you with a Shield, you might want to give this a few minutes of your time.
One of these things is not like the other:
The Armed Lutheran (and also with you) has a great read about using airsoft to do dry fire training in the home. I saw these pics a while back on twitter and was really hoping that he would do a write up about it all. He did… and he did not disappoint. That G17 airsoft gun costs about $75 – $100 and he points to several great benefits in the article that airsoft training brings with it.
*They also make 1911s, Beretta and a couple other pistol variants as well.
I mentioned this in the run up to it and then again yesterday. Here is the video if you missed it.
Dann shows us exactly why with what is one of the best break downs I have seen in a while using the Mini-14 that is not an assault rifle, is an assault rifle, is not an assault rifle, is an assault rifle, shoulder thingy that goes up edition. Meh, insert anti-gun rhetoric here:______________
Via Ammoland and a hat tip to Aaron who emailed me about this… Feinstein’s new
gun control civilian disarmament bill bans everything semi-auto that has a grip. Period. Its a very broad definition of “grip” which I would bet could be interpreted to even include a straight line rifle stock.
Here’s the problem none of the “news” reports have spotted: Read Full Post…
Those are pretty good… Here is my entry: