Santa Brought Me a Ruger 22 Charger

My new Ruger 22 Charger after a few modifications

Yeah, Santa brought me a Ruger 22 Charger. Granted, I had to ask, hand over my credit card, and it showed up after the holidays. But I’m calling it a gift from the fat man with the white beard. And if you’ve been following this site at all, you know that my firearms rarely stay … Read more

TandemKross Manticore X Lower

TandemKross Manticore X 10/22 Lower

The TandemKross Manticore X Lower for 10/22-pattern firearms is the first of its kind. It replaces a traditional stock or chassis, allowing 10/22 receivers to be mounted directly to the trigger group. From there, any standard AR-style grip can be added, and a rear rail section allows for buttstocks and braces to be attached as … Read more

AXIL XCOR Digital Bluetooth Wireless Hearing Protection

AXIL XCOR Digital Bluetooth Wireless Hearing Protection

When my AXIL XCOR hearing protection arrived, I was pretty excited to try them out. They were not the first AXIL products I’ve tried, but certainly the most advanced. Completely wireless (no cord connecting them to each other) with Bluetooth and touch control. They offer very advanced hearing protection, with the benefit of Bluetooth audio … Read more

Boyds Stocks for Savage B Series Left-Hand Action Rifles

Boyds Stocks for Savage B Series Left-Hand Action Rifles

Although Savage rimfire rifles have an excellent reputation for accuracy and affordability, their polymer stocks leave a lot to be desired both aesthetically, and ergonomically. While it was easy enough to upgrade the right-hand actions, quality stock options for the left-hand actions were slim, even from the factory. Back at the end of September, Boyds … Read more

Viridian CTL+ with SAFECharge review

When it comes to weapon-mounted lights, the Viridian CTL+ with SAFECharge checks a lot of boxes. It’s got multiple output settings, including strobe. There’s a rechargeable battery with innovative, in-safe charging. Run time is more than sufficient for most users. Ambidextrous controls make it easy to activate from either side. And when paired with the … Read more

Velocity Classic AR Trigger Upgrade

Velocity Classic AR Trigger

Dropping a Velocity Classic AR Trigger into my rifle made a noticeable difference, and was probably long overdue. Since it was built mostly from spare parts, it had a budget mil-spec trigger. With a pull weight of around six pounds, it was also much heavier than I preferred for this “longer-range plinker”. This is one … Read more