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Trending: Best Places to Buy Ammo Online and [Buyer's Guide] 7 Best AR-15s When discussing the power and accuracy of handgun cartridges, the debate is usually centered around the 9mm vs the . 45 ACP (vs the . 40 S&W).

Best 10mm Pistols & Handguns: Go Big or Go Home

Best 10mm Pistols & Handguns: Go Big or Go HomeTrending: Best Places to Buy Ammo Online and [Buyer's Guide] 7 Best AR-15s When discussing the power and accuracy of handgun cartridges, the debate is usually centered around the 9mm vs the .45 ACP (vs the .40 S&W).  But there’s another gun that’s often left out of this debate – the 10mm. Colt Delta Elite with Boxes of Black Talon 10mm Ammo And depending on who you ask, some shooters will tell you that the 10mm is one of the more powerful handgun calibers out there .  Benefits of this cartridge include deeper penetration and greater muzzle energy than the 9mm and .45 ACP, but that comes at a price. 10mm Origin The 10mm was designed in part by Colonel Jeff Cooper, a marine, firearms instructor, and 1911 lover who was looking to improve on the .45 ACP cartridge.  Col. Cooper was known for a number of incredible feats (which you can read about here ), but one of his most notable contributions to the firearms world was his assistance with the 10mm Auto, a powerful caliber capable of reaching 1,200 feet per second and able to maintain accuracy beyond 50 yards. Despite being an incredibly popular cartridge in the early 1980s, the 10mm Auto became yesterday’s news seemingly overnight as law enforcement started phasing out 9mms the wake of the infamous 1986 FBI Miami shootout .  This gun battle led to the FBI creating the .40 S&W, a shortened (and arguably suboptimal) version of the 10mm Auto. Side-by-Side Comparison of the Most Popular Handgun Cartridges While the 10mm didn’t get all of the notoriety that it deserves, it is a well-rounded caliber, which is one of the reasons why it’s garnered a cult following over the years.  It’s even experiencing a resurgence as new hobbyists are discovering just how awesome this cartridge is. Whether you’re interested in purchasing your very first 10mm handgun or you just want to add a new gun to your growing collection, we have just the ones for you. Best 10mm Handgun 1. Rock Island Armory Rock Ultra MS Know what I love about Rock Island Armory’s 1911s?  They give you that vintage 1911 look and feel, and even when they add a bit of a Hollywood twist, they still don’t deviate from the classics. The Rock Ultra MS Is a Mighty Fine Looking 10mm At first glance, you might be reluctant to even shoot the Rock Ultra MS ($731) because of how beautiful it looks.  But don’t let its flashy design fool you, this 10mm pistol performs with the best of them and might do you everything that your .45 ACP 1911 does and then some. What makes this gun great? Aside from its flawless craftsmanship, I really like the attention to detail that was put into the Rock Ultra MS.  The magazine well has a slightly larger-than-usual opening that works brilliantly with the gun’s tapered 8-round magazines, making reloading on the fly simple and convenient. Another nice perk is the fiber optic fight sight, which makes target acquisition so much easier than guns using standard iron sights.  That, combined with the gun’s smooth design to reduce holster snag, makes the Rock Ultra MS a great weapon for tactical situations. If you’re one of those people who prefer solid guns with a sturdy feel over polymer-based pistols, you’ll love the Rock Ultra MS.  With an unloaded weight of 37.76oz, you’ll definitely notice it when it’s in your hands.  But still, it’s not an uncomfortable fit and it’s quite nice to shoot. 2. Sig Sauer P220 Hunter The P220 Hunter ($1,400) is the 10mm Auto variant of Sig’s popular P220 line of handguns. While it’s one of the pricier 10mm pistols out there, buying a Sig Sauer means that you’re guaranteed to get dependability and pinpoint accuracy with every round fired – which is one of the reasons why Sig won the US Army MHS contract at the beginning of the year. Sig P220 1500 at Cabelas Prices accurate at time of writing View Details 1500 at Cabelas Prices accurate at time of writing What makes this gun great? The P220 Hunter ain’t no slouch.  It’s big, bulky, and with a weight of nearly 40oz, it’s not something you’ll holster and forget about.  With that said, the Hunter is also a beautiful gun that perfectly combines the power of the 10mm cartridge with Sig’s superior engineering. The truth is that there’s very little not to love about the Hunter aside from its jaw-dropping sticker price.  Just looking at the gun’s exquisite design and Kryptek camo finish is mesmerizing.  And when you look at all the perks that come with owning this gun, you start to justify its price tag. Perks like… Aggressive grip texture that lets you grip firmly on the gun without irritating your hands. Solid stainless steel slide and frame. Ambidextrous safety system that feels natural and easy to operate on the fly. Adjustable rear sight and tritium fiber optic front sight. Match-grade barrel (5”) for improved accuracy over longer range. But can we just take a moment and appreciate how the gun looks? So Much Attention to Detail in the Finish 3. "Colt Delta Elite" The Delta Elite ($1,100) is a classic 10mm handgun that’s been around the since the late 1980s and continues to impress and outperform its competition. Designed for people who love the classic Colt 1911 but want something a little more that only a 10mm can offer, the Delta Elite offers the best of both worlds: a gun worthy of self-defense but powerful enough to take hunting. Classic 10mm 1911 Colt Delta Elite 1100 at Brownells Prices accurate at time of writing View Details 1100 at Brownells Prices accurate at time of writing What makes this gun great? I like the Delta Elite because it’s simplistic and effective.  It’s for the handgun owner who’s concerned with performance and dependability but doesn’t want anything too flashy.  This is evident by its basic design, which doesn’t even come with a rail system (although for an additional $100, you can buy the Delta Elite Rail Gun). The Delta Elite markets itself to the 1911 purists – the people who know and love the time-tested Colt 1911.  But there’s more to the Delta Elite than old-school cool in 10mm.  It’s got a double-recoil spring system that takes some of the kick away from shooting 10mms, as well as a comfortable beavertail grip safety that doesn’t dig into your hand like other handguns. "The Delta Elite" performs just how you’d imagine a Colt 1911 would, while also delivering a surprisingly comfortable grip.  It’s just got that timeless design that you can’t go wrong with. What’s your take on it? Readers' Ratings 4.92/5 (437) Your Rating? 4. Glock 20 You didn’t think we’d do a handgun write up and leave Glock off the list, did you? Glock G20 605 at Rainier Arms Prices accurate at time of writing View Details 605 at Rainier Arms Prices accurate at time of writing What makes this gun great? It’s a Glock – ’nuff said.  With the G20 ($605), you get all of the durability and accuracy that Glock models are revered for, but you also get power advantage that comes with firing the 10mm cartridge. The thing that I like about Glocks is that they’re always the safe option.  If you’ve become accustomed to shooting one of them then you’ll be able to comfortably handle any of them. Slide Locked Back Glock 20 The G20 is essentially a slightly bulkier version of its 9mm counterpart, the G17.  Aside from having slightly wider grips and having a weight of 27.6oz unloaded, as opposed to the 22oz G17, it feels almost the same in your hands.  If you’re looking for something slightly slimmer, Glock also makes the G20 in Short Frame (SF). For me, making the G20 your go-to defense weapon makes perfect sense because of its generous 15+1 capacity.  And choosing the Gen4 variant of this gun means that you get Glock’s popular dual recoil spring, which gives the kick a noticeable reduction. We have a complete Hands-on Review of the Glock 20 that you should take a look at, awesome firearm! 5. Glock 40 The G40 ($770) ain’t cheap, but it just might be the closest you’ll ever reach to 10mm perfection.  In terms of how well the gun shoots, you can expect for the G40 to perform similarly to its smaller sibling, the G20. Glock G40 770 at Brownells Prices accurate at time of writing View Details 770 at Brownells Prices accurate at time of writing What makes this gun great? Think of the G40 as Glock’s 10mm handgun on performance enhancers.  It’s bigger and more accurate than the other 10mm models because of it extended barrel, which is just for 6” in length. While the G40 probably wouldn’t be my first choice for concealed carry, it’s barrel length does make it an exceptional handgun to hunt with.  The odds of you hitting and dropping that whitetail or wild hog will be better with the G40 than with some of the other 10mm pistols out there.  And since you get the same 15+1 capacity as the G20, you also won’t have any problem squeezing off any follow-up shots. The muzzle end of the G40 is tapered to reduce holster snag. The primary purpose of the G40 is to ensure long-range accuracy.  For this reason, all models come equipped with the dual-recoil spring system to help absorb any unnecessary kickbacks that come from firing 10mm cartridges. And while optics are sold separately, the G40 comes with a pack of baseplates that makes your handgun ready for all of the popular red dot systems , including Trijicon and EOTech optics. Shooting 10mm Handguns If you’ve not shot 10mm extensively, I’d recommend giving it a try to see whether you like to or not.  Some people swear by the 10mm Auto, while others prefer their .45 ACP, 9mm, or whatever other calibers they’re loyal to.  But at the end of the day, it’s about what you’re able to shoot comfortably and accurately. From Left to Right: 9mm, 7.62, .357, 10mm Auto, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .50 Some people feel like the recoil from a 10mm is a tad too strong, causing them to sacrifice accuracy for power, while other shooters describe the 10mm’s recoil as noticeable but easy to manage.  At the end of the day, it’s all about how the gun feels in your hands. So give the 10mm a try and see how you like it, and if you’re not too thrilled about the recoil, start with a Gen4 Glock. Interested in using your 10mm as your CCW? Well, maybe you can – read up on How to CC A Full-Sized Pistol Do you hunt with a 10mm? EDC? Just like how they shoot? Let us know all about it in the comments!

The 4 Best Scopes for Marlin 795 – Reviews 2020 Photo by Zorin Denu / CC BY The Marlin 795 is regarded by many (myself included) to be a superior out of the box to the more expensive Ruger 10/22. With a high-quality trigger, and a rather nice barrel, not only do you save over other popular rimfires, you get a better gun to start with. That means, instead of running around changing out triggers and barrels, you can start focusing on optics. Sure, you can’t get as many goofy fripperies and million-round magazines for it, but who needs that stuff? You’ve already got a Marlin 795. Now, let’s get a great scope on it. From surprisingly affordable to high end, we’ve got you covered. These are, in our humble opinion, the best scopes for Marlin 795 rifles around. CV Life 4x32 Scope CVLIFE 4x32 Compact Rifle Scope Crosshair Optics Hunting Gun Scope with 20mm Free Mounts Price: $27.99 Price as of 08/14/2020 03:33 PDT (more info) Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product. This is a dandy little scope for your Marlin 795 simply because it is so nearly deceptively simple in design and construction. Let’s face it, for most rimfire shooting you need a modest scope of good quality, and this meets that need perfectly. A basic fixed four power optic with a 32mm objective lens is more than sufficient for an afternoon of plinking and backyard target shooting. Heck, it’s a classic deer hunting scope configuration from a couple generations ago, that should tell you all you need to know. With a set of rings, why argue? Just get it. Bushnell Drop Zone -22 Bushnell 613510B Rimfire Optics Scope with Dropzone 22 Reticle, 3.5-10x36mm, Matte Black Price: Price as of 08/14/2020 02:26 PDT (more info) Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product. A high end, .22 rimfire dedicated optic from Bushnell, this scope is top of the line in nearly every way. Featuring side focus parallax adjustment, ¼ MOA adjustable turrets, fully multi-coated optics, 3.5-10 magnification, a 36mm objective lens, a fast focus eyepiece and more, this feature rich optic ( see full specs ) is one of the best Marlin 795 scopes you can get today. Suitable for serious target shooting or casual plinking, you really can’t go wrong with a scope of this quality and design. What is great, is that even if you are a beginning shooter, this is a scope you can grow into and shoot for a lifetime, before handing it down to your kids or grandkids. It’s one of the best scopes for Marlin 795 rifles in my book. Bushnell AR Optics 2-7x32 Scope Review Watch this video on YouTube

Leatherman Charge Plus TTi Multitool Review

Leatherman Charge Plus TTi Multitool Review

Leatherman’s multitools boast second-to-none quality and offer an array of tools that can help you fix things without your toolbox. The Charge Plus TTi one of the company’s most popular multitools – and for a good reason. The original Charge had a practical design, and the Plus TTi version packs the excellent frame with premium materials and new tools. The Titanium build is one of the tool’s most significant selling points, but there’s a lot more to consider other than the look and feel when buying a multitool. I will review the multitool in detail to determine if it lives up to its reputation. LEATHERMAN, Charge Plus TTi Titanium Multitool with Scissors and Premium... Ready for anything: all the most requested features in one good-looking, functional tool. Now with... Fit more functionality: a variety of Pliers, replaceable wire Cutters, wire crimper and stripper,... See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-13 at 21:58 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API Quick Navigation Leatherman Charge Plus TTi Multitool Review Size and Build Tools Pocket Clip Accessories Warranty Pros Cons What People Are Saying… Questions About the "Leatherman Charge Plus" TTi Multitool Q: Can I use the Leatherman bit driver extender with the Charge Plus TTi? Q: Is there room for the bit driver extender in the sheath? Q: Does the Charge Plus TTi come with a bit driver extender? Verdict Leatherman Charge Plus TTi Multitool Review The first thing I noticed is that the Charge Plus TTi looks a lot like the Wave Plus. The only difference in the toolset is that the Plus TTi adds a cutting hook on the back of the serrated knife. But even at a glance, the Charge Plus TTi looks like a higher-end tool. Size and Build The high-quality of Leatherman’s products is what makes them popular, and the Charge Plus TTi is no different from any other Leatherman product. The tool has a distinct design, with part-smooth, part-textured Titanium scales. Although the tool is only 4 inches long, it weighs 8.89 ounces, making it one of the heaviest multitools the company makes. I find the weight a little off-putting since Titanium is supposed to be lightweight. But since Titanium is a lot more durable than steel, I can work with the extra weight. You can access four of the main tools without needing to open the handles, and the slightly rounded edges of the handles ensure that the butt of the handle never cuts into the palm of your hand. Tools The multitool uses the standard butterfly fold configuration and has a total of 19 tools. All tools except the pliers have a locking mechanism, but one disadvantage is that only the wire cutters are replaceable. Knives The tanto-style straight blade is one of the best knife blades I have seen on a multitool. The blade is made of S30V stainless steel, which is known to hold a super sharp edge. The steel is also corrosion-resistant. The serrated blade uses a different 420HC stainless steel, but both the blades are 2.9 inches long. There is a cutting hook on the back of the serrated blade that does an excellent job of slicing through tape and cordage. Pliers The pliers are excellent – the regular pliers have a bite pattern that joins up perfectly. The pliers also have a needlenose section, which is standard in most Leatherman multitools. The shape of the handles, coupled with round notches on both sides of the pliers, allows you to apply a lot of controlled force. A crimper is built into the pliers themselves, which is a unique design choice. Wire Cutter The wire cutters can slice through both soft and hard wire effortlessly. The cutters are replaceable and use 154CM stainless steel. Screwdriver and Bit Drivers The multitool comes with a medium-sized flathead screwdriver, a small bit driver, and a large bit driver. The interchangeable bit drivers snap into the bit holder. The multitool comes with seven useful steel bits, including a Philips bit and a hex bit. Scissors The spring-action scissors glide through thinner material like paper and manage to pop back open when cutting through relatively thicker material like cardboard. File, Ruler, Saw, And Openers You can access the double-sided file without opening the handles. The wood/metal file can take jagged edges off wood, metal sheeting, and pipes with ease. The diamond file makes sharpening knives, axes, and other bladed tools a breeze. The saw is the same size as the blades – 2.9 inches – and can cut through an inch of wood. The can/bottle opener is a standard part of Leatherman tools, but I found it to be tighter than other tools. Other Tools "The Charge Plus" TTi comes with an eight-inch long ruler and a wire stripper, which is a small notch on the side of the opener tool. Pocket Clip The included pocket clip has an excellent design, but it does have a little play. Accessories The multitool comes with a nylon sheath that has three pockets. The quality snap ensures that the multitool never slips out, and its belt loop can accommodate belts up to 1.75 inches wide. Warranty Leatherman gives all customers a 25-year limited warranty that you can claim on their website. Pros Titanium build S30V steel straight blade Lanyard attachment included 19 tools included 25-year warranty Cons Heavier than expected Comes with a nylon sheath and not a leather sheath LEATHERMAN, Charge Plus TTi Titanium Multitool with Scissors and Premium... Ready for anything: all the most requested features in one good-looking, functional tool. Now with... Fit more functionality: a variety of Pliers, replaceable wire Cutters, wire crimper and stripper,... See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-13 at 21:58 / Affiliate links / Images from "Amazon Product Advertising" API What People Are Saying… Customers are happy with the premium multitool’s quality, but I noticed some common complaints. Customers report that the multitool has a rough finish, which takes away from the charm of getting a Leatherman. Also, many customers say that the action is not smooth. While these are not dealbreakers, the errors are disappointing, considering that the Charge Plus TTi is one of Leatherman’s most expensive products. Questions About the Leatherman Charge Plus TTi Multitool Q: Can I use the Leatherman bit driver extender with the Charge Plus TTi? A: The bit driver extender works perfectly with the Charge Plus TTi. Q: Is there room for the bit driver extender in the sheath? A: Yes, there is a loop the sheath for a driver extender. Q: Does the Charge Plus TTi come with a bit driver extender? A: You must purchase a bit driver extender separately. Verdict If you’re looking for a Leatherman multitool that does not skimp out on anything, the Charge Plus TTi is perfect for you. The Titanium build ensures that the multitool will last for years, and the high-quality steel used does not corrode. Its durable, sturdy, and offers an extensive array of tools – making it an excellent general-purpose multitool you’ll be proud to own. LEATHERMAN, Charge Plus TTi Titanium Multitool with Scissors and Premium... Ready for anything: all the most requested features in one good-looking, functional tool. Now with... Fit more functionality: a variety of Pliers, replaceable wire Cutters, wire crimper and stripper,... See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-13 at 21:58 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API Other interesting articles: Leatherman Charge Plus Multitool Review Leatherman Rev Review: Is This Multitool Worth It? Leatherman Wingman Review: Is This Multitool The One? Leatherman Rebar Review: Worthy Multitool?

The Best Aimpoint Pro AR-15 Sight [Review + Top Choice]

The Best Aimpoint Pro AR-15 Sight [Review + Top Choice]

The Aimpoint Pro (Patrol Rifle Optic) is one of the most popular red dot optics on the market, so it’s safe to say that our review is long overdue. The Aimpoint Pro is popular for a reason: it’s durable, it works, and it is actively being used by the military, law enforcement units, and the armed citizenry alike. In this article, we will cover a wide variety of information including the advantage to using a red dot optic in the first place, a brief history of the Aimpoint brand and development of the Pro optic, what you get out of the box, the build quality and features of the Aimpoint Pro, features of the mount that comes with the Pro, and then some specs on the product. @import url("//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans:400,700&subset=latin");@import url("//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lato:300,700,400&subset=latin");@media (min-width: 300px){[data-css="tve-u-45bd34974a1514"] { background-image: none !important; }[data-css="tve-u-05bd34974a141d"] { border: none; background-image: none !important; margin-bottom: 0px !important; margin-top: 0px !important; padding: 0px !important; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255) !important; }[data-css="tve-u-25bd34974a149a"] { background-image: none !important; background-color: rgb(242, 237, 237) !important; }[data-css="tve-u-95bd34974a1640"] { margin-top: -10px !important; background-image: none !important; padding-top: 0px !important; padding-bottom: 15px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-125bd34974a16fe"] { line-height: 1.1em !important; }:not(#tve) [data-css="tve-u-125bd34974a16fe"] { font-family: inherit !important; color: rgb(5, 5, 5) !important; font-size: 17px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-105bd34974a167c"] { line-height: 1em !important; }[data-css="tve-u-105bd34974a167c"] strong { font-weight: 700; }:not(#tve) [data-css="tve-u-105bd34974a167c"] { font-family: Lato; font-weight: 400; font-size: 25px !important; color: rgb(5, 5, 5) !important; }[data-css="tve-u-75bd34974a15c8"] { padding-top: 0px !important; background-image: none !important; padding-bottom: 5px !important; text-align: center; }[data-css="tve-u-115bd34974a16b9"] { padding: 0px 0px 20px !important; background-image: none !important; }[data-css="tve-u-35bd34974a14d8"] { max-width: 760px; min-height: 0px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-55bd34974a1550"] { margin-left: 0px; padding-top: 0px !important; padding-bottom: 0px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-55bd34974a1550"] > .tcb-flex-col { padding-left: 0px; }[data-css="tve-u-15bd34974a145e"] { border: none; border-radius: 5px; overflow: hidden; padding: 20px !important; margin-bottom: 20px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-85bd34974a1604"] { width: 85px; float: none; margin: 0px auto !important; }:not(#tve) [data-css="tve-u-145bd34974a1775"] { color: rgb(255, 255, 255) !important; font-size: 16px !important; font-family: "Open Sans" !important; letter-spacing: 1px; font-weight: 400 !important; }[data-css="tve-u-135bd34974a173a"] { overflow: hidden; max-width: 330px; float: none; width: 100%; background-color: rgb(241, 89, 42) !important; border-radius: 5px !important; padding-top: 5px !important; padding-bottom: 5px !important; margin-left: auto !important; margin-right: auto !important; z-index: 3; position: relative; }[data-css="tve-u-145bd34974a1775"] strong { font-weight: 700 !important; }[data-css="tve-u-125bd34974a16fe"] strong { font-weight: 700 !important; }[data-css="tve-u-15bd34974a145e"] .tve-page-section-in { display: block; }}@media (max-width: 767px){[data-css="tve-u-75bd34974a15c8"] { text-align: center; background-image: none !important; }:not(#tve) [data-css="tve-u-125bd34974a16fe"] { font-size: 22px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-05bd34974a141d"] { background-image: none !important; }[data-css="tve-u-25bd34974a149a"] { background-image: none !important; }:not(#tve) [data-css="tve-u-105bd34974a167c"] { font-size: 28px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-95bd34974a1640"] { background-image: none !important; padding-top: 10px !important; padding-bottom: 10px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-55bd34974a1550"] { padding-top: 0px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-45bd34974a1514"] { background-image: none !important; margin-bottom: 0px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-15bd34974a145e"] { padding-bottom: 20px !important; margin-bottom: 0px !important; padding-left: 10px !important; padding-right: 10px !important; }[data-css="tve-u-115bd34974a16b9"] { padding: 10px 0px !important; background-image: none !important; }} .tve-leads-conversion-object .thrv_heading h1,.tve-leads-conversion-object .thrv_heading h2,.tve-leads-conversion-object .thrv_heading h3{margin:0;padding:0}.tve-leads-conversion-object .thrv_text_element p,.tve-leads-conversion-object .thrv_text_element h1,.tve-leads-conversion-object .thrv_text_element h2,.tve-leads-conversion-object .thrv_text_element h3{margin:0} Get Deals on Guns and Tactical Gear Join 70,000 Readers For Our Weekly Discounts ​ GET MY DISCOUNTS Table of Contents 1 The Advantage To Using A Red Dot Sight 2 A Brief History of Aimpoint 3 What You Get Out Of The Box With The Aimpoint Pro 4 Specs of the Aimpoint Pro 5 Conclusion The Advantage To Using A Red Dot Sight A red dot sight will be an instant upgrade for virtually any person who owns an AR-15 or similar semi-automatic rifle. Even though red dot sights may not allow you to magnify to view targets at farther distances, they will allow you to zero in on targets faster. In other words, a red dot sight has the ability to possibly turn you into a more effective shooter. Here is a list of the primary advantages that come with using a red dot sight: Extended eye relief You can keep both eyes open when aiming and firing your weapon You can move your eyes and head around and the dot will move with you, enabling you to always be on target You can use your red dot sight concurrently with irons (some AR-sights can be installed at a 45-degree angle on the side while your red dot will be mounted on the top) A Brief History of Aimpoint Aimpoint is based in Sweden and is notable for producing the original red dot sight all the way back in 1975. Before they got into producing red dot sights, they made their business in making reflex sights for hunters. Since then, their products have been in wide use with militaries, special operations forces, and law enforcement units from all over the world. One of the first special operations units in particular to adopt Aimpoint products was the Delta Force in the 1980s. The reputation that Aimport developed in the military lead to them gaining popularity on the civilian market as well. Today, they offer a wide variety of different products and optics, of which the Pro ( "Patrol Rifle Optic" ) is among their most popular. As was noted above, Aimpoint primarily made reflex sights designed for hunters before they got into producing red dot sights. Their reflex sights in particular were highly valued among hunters due to their unlimited eye relief. Once Aimpoint began producing red dot scopes, it didn’t take long for them to transfer the unlimited eye relief feature to their red dots. The Pro represents the pinnacle of the Aimpoint red dot optic, being suitable for competition shooters , tactical shooters, military units, special forces units, law enforcement, and civilians alike. What You Get Out Of The Box With The Aimpoint Pro When you first open up the box of the Aimpoint Pro, in addition to the scope itself, you will also get a manual, a sticker (which goes inside the cap of the front lens, so you are reminded to replace the battery five years later), a set of screws, and a mount (specifically QRP-2). And yes, that’s correct in that the battery only needs to be replaced once every five years . Pretty cool, right? Build Quality The Aimpoint Pro is a very light optic (just under twelve ounces in total), and as a result, it may not exactly feel durable. But in reality, Aimpoint constructed the Pro using fiberglass material, which is a very strong and yet lightweight material. Aimpoint also markets the Pro as being waterproof up to one hundred and fifty feet , and temperature resistant from negative fifty degrees Fahrenheit up to a hundred and sixty degrees Fahrenheit. So assuming that you’re not going to take your Aimpoint Pro scuba diving to extraordinarily deep depths or use it in those kinds of extreme temperatures, it’s safe to say that it should function properly in any environment you put it through. The glass of the Pro is also very clear so the reticle is as crisply visible as possible. The Pro is drop proof , meaning the glass will not crack or break when you drop it over a hardened surface such as concrete. All in all, as far as build quality is concerned, the Aimpoint Pro deserves a solid A. But what about the individual features of the Pro? We’ll talk about that next. Features Of The Aimpoint Pro The Aimpoint Pro is primarily designed to be used on the AR-style of rifle. However, it can also be mounted onto the SIG Sauer 516 rifle, as well as most shotgun models (such as the Mossberg 500 or Remington 870) so long as you remove the spacer that is located under the mount. The Pro comes equipped with a 1x magnification , meaning it can be effectively used while both eyes are open. Not only is this important to ensure that you can acquire your target quickly, it’s also important to have complete peripheral vision so you can be aware of your surrounding environment as well. Another neat feature of the Aimpoint Pro is the threaded front lens, which will allow you to attach an anti-reflection device , as well as a rear lens cap that is fully transparent and a two minute-of-angle red dot. As was noted above as well, the battery life of the Aimpoint Pro lasts up to five years before it needs to be replaced. The battery itself is a 3V lithium-ion battery. A power knob on the side allows you to alternate between six different levels of battery life as well. The QRP-2 Mount The Aimpoint Pro ships with a QRP-2 mount that is designed to withstand the exact same kinds of conditions as the optic itself. This is supported by the fact that the optic and the mount are both built out of the same fiberglass materials. While you might be displeased at the apparent bulkiness of the mount, the truth is it doesn’t make holding your rifle any more awkward. The black knob that sticks outward from the mount in particular looks rather awkward but also makes it easier to grab onto. Specs of the Aimpoint Pro Manufacturer: Aimpoint Finish: Black (matte) Eye Relief: unlimited Magnification: 1x Weight: 11.6 ounces (including mount) Length: 5.1 ounces Lens: multi-coated Price: $450 Reticle: Red Dot (2 MOA) Conclusion In conclusion, the Aimpoint Pro is one of the best red dot scopes on the market. It is notable for its durable construction, light weight, and extended battery life. The fact that it ships with a mount is also a major plus since many scopes and optics these days do not. While price may be up there in the $450 range, you’re definitely getting what you pay for. After all, Aimpoint produced the very first red dot optic, and through the various other red dots they have made since then they have definitely learned even more on how to improve their craft. The Aimpoint Pro is a military-grade red dot optic that will not disappoint you. 5/5 (1 Review) Alex Joseph Alex Joseph is an avid bow hunter and father of two boys. Originally from Tacoma, Washington. Alex now resides in California. 1 COMMENT Brian April 17, 2018 at 1:51 pm It’s not made out of fiberglass but rather aluminum. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply

Best Trigger Guards for the AR-15 Rifle 2020 Review

A trigger guard is probably the most unnoticed and neglected part of a rifle. A lot of us don’t even consider learning about its uses and how it came into use. Here we’ll be talking about the importance of a trigger guard for your AR-15 rifle and will help you in choosing a suitable option from some of the best trigger guards available on the market. At a Glance: Our Top Picks for Trigger Guards for the AR-15 Rifles OUR TOP PICK: Magpul AR-15 Trigger Guard Troy Enhanced Rifle Trigger Guard Dead on Arms LLC Oversized Trigger Guard Comparison of the Best AR-15 Trigger Guards IMAGE PRODUCT Our Top Pick Magpul AR-15 Trigger Guard Drop-in design. Designed to fit AR-15 rifles. Made from high-quality materials. View Latest PriceRead Customer Reviews Troy Enhanced "Rifle Trigger Guard" Made in the USA. Prevents accidental discharge. Made from high-quality materials. "View Latest Price" → "Read Customer Reviews" Dead on Arms LLC "Oversized Trigger Guard" Drop-in design. Made from high-quality materials. Available in three different finishes. View Latest PriceRead Customer Reviews What Purpose Does a Trigger Guard Serve? The simple and straightforward answer is “Safety”. A trigger guard gives you a place to place your finger until you’re ready to fire a shot. A trigger guard fits well in line with the safety Rule #2 of handling firearms - that is, never place your finger on the trigger unless you are ready to shoot. A trigger guard prevents any accidental discharge of the weapon while you carry or place it. They are especially useful in situations like combat and hunting, where you don’t want to shoot anything accidentally. That’s especially important when you might be suddenly surprised by any stimulus, or risk banging your gun while moving. Trigger guards are also helpful while you operate your weapon with gloves on. A trigger guard can be placed around or away from the trigger (such as in arctic conditions), whichever placement is best for the environment. Apart from all this, trigger guards give the shooter a tactile point of contact to locate the trigger in situations like rain, snow and darkness. This means you don’t have to look down and find the trigger every time you want to fire. What to Look for in a Trigger Guard There are three major factors you must look for in a trigger guard before buying - durability, comfort and ease of installation. A trigger guard must be durable enough to withstand any pressure or unexpected ‘blows’. Guards manufactured from steel and high-grade polymers are readily available on the market. It should be resistant to heat, cold and moisture so it doesn’t break or rust with time. Another important factor to consider is the comfort of using a trigger guard. Sometimes you might want to use your AR-15 with gloves on. A trigger guard must be wide and spacious enough to let you shoot and re-acquire the trigger easily. It must also have smooth and ergonomic edges to protect your trigger finger from bruising and wounds. Of course it shouldn’t rough up your glove, either. A good trigger guard must be easy to install with your rifle. The pins should be easy to peen out and must get installed with a light hammer push. A trigger guard is normally a flat or curved piece of stamped aluminum which can be easily installed using two pins. Easy installation means easy removal and thus less hassle. Quick Take - Best AR-15 Trigger Guards These are our recommendations for the best AR-15 trigger guards: Magpul AR-15 Trigger Guard Troy Enhanced Rifle Trigger Guard Dead on Arms LLC Oversized Trigger Guard Review of the Best AR-15 Trigger Guards As already mentioned, trigger guard must be durable, comfortable and easy to install. We’ve outlined some of the best AR-15 trigger guards available on the market to help you make a buying decision. Best Overall: Magpul AR-15 Trigger Guard CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Will fit on most AR-15 rifles Easy to install, takes a few minutes Super durable quality, almost indestructible Stays secure, it doesn’t wiggle around much Resistant to all kinds of hot and cold weather Cons Some fitting may be needed Screws may need some Loctite Some minor difficulties with some of the pins have been reported What Recent Buyers Report This trigger guard was impressive according to most buyers. They’ve called it one of the toughest trigger guards in the business. One user said that this guard stays cool even after an extended day of shooting at the range. As expected, most were able to install this in a matter of a few minutes. Why it Stands Out to Us This trigger guard is made from high-quality polymer, but it’s tough like aluminum. Aside from being durable and easy to install, it’s a trigger guard that won’t heat up like some of the accessories and parts of an AR-15 rifle. Even after a lengthy period of firing off many rounds, some parts of the rifle can get a little warm, but not this little unit. Also, the weather doesn’t stand a chance against something like this. This trigger guard from Magpul has been manufactured from a high- grade polymer which is durable and resistant to temperature and moisture. The polymer construction also makes the guard scratch-proof and retain its color. The guard features a “V” shape, which provides extra space to shoot comfortably with gloves on. The guard or lower receiver doesn’t require any alterations for installation. Who Will Use This Most This will be a trigger guard that will be used in either a hunting or target shooting situation, or better yet, any outdoor activity that involves the use of an AR-15 will benefit from this trigger guard. Especially when it’s built like a tank and can handle even the most extreme weather conditions. Bottom Line The Magpul AR-15/M16 MOE Trigger Guard is probably the one thing you’ll want on your rifle if you want something that will prevent any accidental discharges. Plus, it will be safe to handle even when other parts of the rifle are a little too hot to hold onto. Runner-up: Troy Enhanced Rifle Trigger Guard CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Durable and solid construction Perfectly fits on most AR-15 rifles Excellent quality, doesn’t feel flimsy Easy to install, takes a few minutes It can handle harsh weather conditions Cons Some fitting may be required Some pinching might happen Some might not like the “drop size” What "Recent Buyers Report" A lot of recent buyers were quite satisfied with this trigger guard. One of the biggest wins for them was being able to handle their rifles better. Especially in the wintertime when they have to wear gloves. The install was insanely easy according to one user. He also added that he was quite happy to use his AR-15 year-round without having any damage to some of the parts, including this trigger guard. Why it Stands Out to Us This trigger guard is a low-profile trigger that will make it look like it’s not even there. A higher profile trigger guard might just stick out like a sore thumb to those who place a high standard on aesthetics. Looks aside, this is yet another trigger guard that can handle the elements of extreme weather. So, if you use your AR-15 year-round, you might want to use a trigger guard that won’t warp or get damaged due to extreme hot or cold temperatures. This trigger guard features a large, curved design to let the user shoot easily even with large gloves. Manufactured from high-grade aluminum with an all-black finish, the trigger guard doesn’t have any sharp edges and will protect your trigger finger from cuts and bruises. The guard comes with a roller pin for the rear end and features a built-in spring loading detent for easy installation and removal. It’s perfect for people who have thick fingers or like shooting with thick gloves. Who Will "Use This Most" If you want your trigger to be more of the low profile type, then you may want to consider this as a possible trigger guard for your rifle. As expected, it will give you a good amount of toughness and will provide security to ensure that your trigger may not be easily pulled (regardless of your trigger’s pull weight). Bottom Line The Troy Enhanced Rifle Trigger Guard is something that you might need if you want a low profile look with your rifle. This will go great for hunting and target shooting purposes, but either way, it will make your AR-15 stand out in a few good ways. Best for the Money: Dead on Arms LLC Oversized Trigger Guard CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Very smooth lines Fits with most AR-15 rifles Some finishes make the trigger pop Very easy to install, takes a few minutes Super durable quality, it can take on some impact and abuse Cons It may be uncomfortable to use at first Some found stripped screws in the package Some screws may not stay in place at times What Recent Buyers Report A lot of users had a few finishes to choose from based on personal preference. Aside from that, they were able to install this in a few minutes. When they first used it, they said that it stayed in place even through many rounds of gunfire. One user said he found this to be a much-needed accessory because the trigger that he upgraded to has a very light pull weight (specifically a pull weight of around 2.5 pounds). Why it Stands Out to Us This trigger has three finishes that will stand out regardless of which one you choose. Plus, it does a good job preventing any kind of accidental discharges and allows for better, non-snag handling when you’re using gloves. At the same time, it’s a trigger guard that might be the closest to fit on just about any AR-15 rifle. So if you have no clue of whether or not any other trigger guard might fit, this could be your safest bet. This guard from Dead on Arms features an innovative new design which eliminates the need to hammer roller pins into the lower receiver. This reduces the chances of doing any damage while you install it. The spring-loaded roller pins can be slid easily into the intended holes for quick installation. The billet aluminum construction is durable and weatherproof. The exposed surfaces have been rounded off to prevent any damage to the user or other components. The oversized space allows the user to shoot with large gloves under harsh conditions. It’s also got a great price that will be light on your pocket. Who Will Use This Most This will be the closest that you’ll find to a universal trigger guard, but don’t count on it being THE universal trigger guard. Yes, it will fit all kinds of AR-15 rifles. So it will be used by many users across many applications. So if you hunt, casually shoot targets, or take part in shooting competitions then you may want to give this a go. Also, it goes well with most rifles that have triggers with light trigger pull weights. Specifically, you’ll probably want to equip this if the pull weight of your trigger is about 4 pounds or less. Bottom Line The Rainier Arms Modified Trigger Guard will be a tough-looking unit that will stand out as the best part of your AR-15. Especially when you have a trigger that will be easy to pull. Plus, if you’re wearing gloves you’ll enjoy snag-free handling regardless of the time of year (and weather). 4. Hunter Select 6061 T6 Operator CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Super durable construction The fit and finish are excellent Easy to install, takes a few minutes Excellent for tactical and hunting applications Handling is still pretty good, even after wearing gloves Cons May rattle with some lower receivers Some pins may be a little difficult to install Screws may come a little loose after a while What Recent Buyers Report Most recent buyers were satisfied with this trigger guard in general. As expected, they were able to install this within a few minutes. Once they were able to install it, they were able to test them out with gloves on in both an outdoor and indoor setting. They were able to pull the trigger without the gloves getting caught on the guard itself. One user said that he typically uses his AR-15 for the use of deer hunting. He added that he wears gloves on days when he’s out in the field in colder conditions. He was even more satisfied when he saw that his gloves ​did not snag on the trigger guard itself. Why it Stands Out to Us This is a little bigger compared to some of the other trigger guards on our list, but it’s large enough for most shooters to handle even in conditions where wearing gloves is a must. Aside from the “U” shape, it’s made from high-quality aluminum, and believe it or not, it’s pretty dang tough. It has yet to meet any kind of impact or abuse that can break it. So far, nothing. So if durability is important to you, then this might be the trigger guard you’ll want. A simple drop-in trigger guard manufactured from high grade aluminum. The guard has a roller pin slot on the rear and a spring loaded detent with push button installation on the front. The guard has a large opening for gloved hands. The aluminum body is rust proof and resistant to temperature along with being durable. The inexpensive price and the mil spec compatibility of this product makes it more desirable among AR-15 platform owners. Who Will Use This Most This will likely be used for those who are either hunters or those involved in tactical applications. Either way, you’ll have a trigger guard that will have the best handling with our without gloves. So if you want something that will be of good use year-round, this could be a trigger guard worth considering. Bottom Line The Hunter Select US All Aluminum Drop-In Trigger Guard will probably be your cup of coffee if you want something that will not only give you a good amount of extra security but something that won’t allow any snagging if you’re wearing gloves. Find the best tactical gloves that you can find and give this trigger guard a try. 5. Molin Labe Laser Engraved Enhanced Trigger CHECK LATEST PRICE Manufactured from high-grade aluminum, this trigger guard has a US Flag laser engraved over its base. It can be installed easily to the lower receiver with a light tap using roll pins.  You probably want to cover the guard with tape or a cloth while you use a hammer to tap in the roll pins. The guard has been designed to fit all mil-spec models so you can use it for guns other than your AR-15, too. The engraved US Flag looks amazing and will help show your patriotic sentiments. Molin Labe offers a huge number of other possible engravings in many great patriotic designs as well as other symbols. Conclusion The benefits of using a good trigger guard have often being ignored. A trigger guard adds to the safety of your AR-15 and provides you a point of reference for locating your trigger . A good trigger guard must be durable, comfortable and easy to install. Safety should be of prime importance when using firearms, and a trigger guard is a minor yet important part of it.

Council Tool Apocalaxe Review for 2020

First of all, regardless of the name, this Council Tool ApocalAxe has uses well before the apocalypse arrives. And while it would certainly make a formidable and handy zombie stopping weapon (seems killing a zombie is redundant), the ApocalAxe will work fine on those that haven’t had the privilege of dying the first time. Quick Navigation Council Tool Apocalaxe Review Thor’s Hammer Home Front Pry Me Stamps are for Licking Don’t Wait "Council Tool Apocalaxe" Review Made of hammer-forged steel, the ApocalAxe is far stronger than stamped steel that would save costs and simplify manufacturing. The ApocalAxe on the other hand has its iron grain aligned through being smashed with 20 tons of force while glowing red hot. Although the forging process might produce superior strength, it is a little rough around the edges from a finishing standpoint. But as a fan of hand-forged Swedish axes, the spit and polish of modern high speed manufacturing is easily overshadowed by performance and durability. Council Tool WC20PA19C Wood-Craft Pack Axe, 19-Inch MADE IN USA 19" HICKORY HANDLE See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-14 at 11:08 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API Thor’s Hammer Council Tool has been forging American-made cutting, digging and striking tools since 1886 when John Pickett Council founded the company. Based in Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina, Council Tool has been instrumental in not only forging some of the best US-made traditional tools, but also in the design of new lines of tools for specific purposes. For instance, when the US Forest Service approached Council Tool in the 1930s to create forest fire fighting implements, one outcome was the Fire Rake, or catalog number LW-12 in case you want to order one. Read Also: Estwing Survival Tomahawk The ApocalAxe contains a set of essential tools and grip choices, and one not-so essential bottle opener. However, the near-six-inch cutting blade the hammer head gut hook and the pry bar end are truly go-to essentials of any large survival multi-tool . Home Front The domestic chores the ApocalAxe can handle need little introduction, but the survival elements of the ApocalAxe cannot be underestimated. On the domestic side, the blade is both a hatchet and a knife. An Ulu knife to be more specific. With a gripping surface above the blade edge, it is a direct and complete transfer of precise force from the hand to the cutting surface. Traditional knives have the blade leveraged from a distance, but the Ulu is more like brass knuckles. As a hatchet, the ApocalAxe behaves itself quite well. The head weight of the ApocalAxe is low compared to axes with edge lengths this side. Well, actually, I don’t have a traditional axe let alone hatchet that has an edge anywhere near this size. In fact the only edge close to this is the Timahawk , another tool with tremendous survival leanings. Even my 35” Gransfors Bruks Felling Axe has a blade a full inch shorter than the ApocalAxe . On the far end of the main blade is a smaller blade in the form of a guthook/seatbelt cutter. Due to the placement of the grip handle forged into the main blade area, this gives great purchase and tremendous leverage when using the gut hook. The grip also provides the same advantage but in the opposite direction when applied to the main blade. This is much like the classic Ulu Knife that has provided Eskimos and vintage hunters a fabulous knife design for meat slicing, light chopping, and skinning. A hammerhead is found opposite the main blade. It is smaller than a traditional framing hammer face. In fact, one would have to drop down to something in the 12 ounce claw hammer range before finding a similar hammerhead size. Notably, the head is also quite smooth, and could use some texture if pounding nails is a major use of the ApocalAxe. But for general pounding, breeching, and occasional self defense, the hammer head works quite well as-is. Another feature of the hammerhead is as handguard keeping a secure fist on the forward grip. When using the blade as an Ulu , or yanking on the gut hook, the web of your hand butts up against the neck of the hammerhead. Council Tool WC20PA19C Wood-Craft Pack Axe, 19-Inch MADE IN USA 19" HICKORY HANDLE See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-14 at 11:08 / Affiliate links / Images from "Amazon Product Advertising" API Pry Me The southern end of the ApocalAxe features a lightly tapered prybar edge, a bottle opener, and a lanyard hole. In between the main edge and the pry bar is a rubberized grip almost five inches long. And hidden under the grip are a series of holes that will make excellent paracord anchor points should the apocalypse outlast the rubber-covered handle. This would be a good time to address the overbuilt and uber functional sheath. Similar to many full-cover axe sheaths, the ApocalAxe cover is a full leather, fully stitched complete cover with no less than eight steel rivets. Belt slots outfit the back of the sheath along with a single D-ring to use in a dangling configuration. But the real advantage is that with the blade cover on,  full access to the hammer head and pry bar features are accessible and encouraged. A fold-over flap with a single snap secures the cover. In the field, the ApocalAxe chops very well. Not quite a dedicated axe, but plenty good enough. In fact, for general chopping chores, the ApocalAxe could easily be a go-to hatchet , no questions asked. Even though the blade is on the larger side, it chops like a smaller edge in average sized workpieces. If you put the entire blade to work such as on a larger diameter branch or trunk, you would quickly hit the end of the leverage of this tool. But again, these are not intended functions of the ApocalAxe. When choking up on the blade using the Ulu-like handle, the axe behaves better when punched or swiped. Pounding straight down into wood does little since the small amount of force is distributed over too large an area. As a hammer, the ApocalAxe pounds with more force than you usually need with a head this size. Common outdoor hammer uses are nails and tent stakes, but as a weapon, this is pretty good choice. It is also the ApocalAxe surface of choice for breaking glass, windshields, and lightweight breeching. The axe blade is for chopping. The hammer is for pounding and breaking. As mentioned, the gut hook does an admirable job especially after a touch up with file and ceramic rod. Council Tool knows that those serious about their edged tools often prefer to do the final detail sharpening. While the blade of the ApocalAxe comes sharp enough to get the adventure going, power users will want to hone the edge to their preference. However the gut hook could use a polish no matter who uses it. Out of the box, the gut hook had a tough time with elk hide. But a few minutes with a file, stone, and ceramic, the ApocalAxe could be yanked through thick hide and seat belts alike. Since hunting season is still a ways off, I went to work on a roadkill to see how the ApocalAxe worked processing game. Well, gamey game, that is. Like the guthook, the main blade would do well for a customized sharpening for specific tasks whether wood or meat. Not that the factory edge wasn’t sharp, but it was not at the level of sharp that I am used to handling. The prybar aspect is as functional as any quality forged 16 inch straight pry bar. And “forged” is the key word here. According to James Elkins, a vice president at the company, “ Council Tool Designed this tool to be a highly reliable, tough, and multi-functional tool that does quite a few jobs efficiently and well and it is again the only tool in its category that is drop forged out of a single 4140 high carbon steel billet, heat treated and tempered so that it will not break or bend.” Stamps are for Licking Compared to some of my other stamped steel options, this Council Tool ApocalAxe is vastly stronger, and you can easily feel it when in use. In fact, I would like to reference Snap On again. Tools might look the same, but the forging, heat treating, and especially the very iron from which it was birthed, makes all the difference in the world. And there are plenty of YouTube videos of catastrophic failure to backup my personal experiences. A human under an adrenaline rush due to escape, evasion, defense, or panic can easily deliver enough force to fail a foot-and-a-half pry bar. Heck, even without adrenaline I’ve bent spud bars that are inch-thick circular steel about five feet long. I bent Estwing axes, bent large screwdrivers, bent crowbars, and snapped sockets. I’ve broken pipes with a wrench, crushed oil filters, and snapped off lug nuts. So unless your survival tool has that final 10% stronger everything, you literally won’t know it’s limitation until you actually need it. I mean really need it. Likewise, if your intended needs may include some precision in your prybaring then the somewhat coarse taper on the pry bar tip could use some thinning. Now I am comparing the ApocalAxe to my go-to pry bars made by Snap On. But those are dedicated pry bars and have little use elsewhere. Council Tool thoughtfully ships the ApocalAxe with the option to remove some material if desired which is infinitely easier than to add missing iron. Check Out: Building an Emergency Shelter With no Tools Finally there is the bottle opener. The one on the ApocalAxe is fun to use simply because it has such a brute force lever arm behind it. It opens bottles as well as any good bottle opener, and just might displace my favorite opener namely the Magpul Armorer’s Wrench . But opening bottles is not the only use for this tool. The prying feature of a bottle opener can be applied to anything else that needs prying and has a similar lip geometry as a bottlecap. Don’t Wait While the ApocalAxe will certainly be an exceptional heavyweight multitool for darker times, the ApocalAxe is also a necessary car, truck, or bug out tool for both escape and rescue. And should the zombies attack, the ApocalAxe will make a fine defensive and evasion tool. But seriously, zombies are little more than a metaphor, and EMPs are (hopefully) a fictional vehicle for prepper fiction. But non-fiction vehicles often need a little assistance when bent or rolled over. Glass needs breaking. And wood needs chopping. So while the ApocalAxe might have some heavy overtones in its name, you don’t need an apocalypse to put this essential tool to work. Council Tool WC20PA19C Wood-Craft Pack Axe, 19-Inch MADE IN USA 19" HICKORY HANDLE See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-14 at 11:08 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API Save Save Save Save Other interesting articles: Wilderness Tool (Condor Tool & Knife) Review for 2020 Mora Camp Axe Review: Worth it in 2020? Estwing Tomahawk vs Double Bit Axe Review for 2020 Magpul BEV AR-15 BEV Block Tool Review

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Trending: Best Places to Buy Ammo Online and [Buyer's Guide] 7 Best AR-15s When discussing the power and accuracy of handgun cartridges, the debate is usually centered around the 9mm vs the . 45 ACP (vs the . 40 S&W).