The Tactical Timmy/military LARPing stereotype exists for a reason, as does the Boomer/Fudd stereotype and the Bro Vet stereotype. What I would say to everyone is “Let people enjoy things.”
Are integrally suppressed firearms a new trend? Actually, such weapons have a long history of development and use going back to the 20th century.
For obvious reasons, left hand revolver reloading is not simply a matter of mirroring what a right-handed shooter does. Here’s one method.
Once upon a time, before MOLLE, before plate carriers and battle belts, before Cobra buckles, MultiCam, and Facebook, a fightin’ man’s gear options were limited. If you were in the bulk of the armed forces, what you got was an ALICE load-bearing setup: suspenders, a pistol belt, a pair of M16 magazine pouches, a pair of canteens and pouches, and a compass/first aid pouch, maybe even a buttpack, extra ammo pouches, an entrenching tool, the old angle-head flashlight, your bayonet, and even a UM84 holster!
The DSA STG 58 FAL was, and is, an outstanding rifle. If you have a good one and take care of it, it will take care of you.
The best shooting gloves for cold weather are no gloves at all, but that's not always an option. Cold weather shooting gloves aren't always an option either. Sometimes you just have to wear what you have to wear, even if it's not optimal for going heeled....
Wherein grand master pontificationist and smugly superior novelist Mike Kupari unleashes his inner cranky old man. I’m going to propose something that many in the current gun culture will find...
Last Saturday was EOD Day, so we ran an article by Mike Kupari. This Saturday a couple of us are going to go blow shit up with tannerite, so we're running another of his articles. We thought about running one by Pocket Doc but figured that might be bad luck. Here...
What do you get when you take a sardonic, left-handed revolverphile EOD tech with a love for rocket ships, unbridled cynicism, a dog that farts a lot and a laptop? You get Your Weekend Read: Her Brother’s Keeper.