One of the not so talked about dangers of shooting is lead exposure. Lead is a nasty substance and can cause all sorts of health issues, especially to children. It’s important to be careful of lead after shooting. Simply washing your hands may not be enough, that’s where LeadOff wipes from Hygenall can help. LeadOff is the only lead cleaner recommended by the CDC for use after shooting. It cleans off lead and other heavy metals from your skin without the use if harsh chemicals. And it’s made in the USA.
I keep a can in my range bag and I use it right after my shooting session, I even use it to clean off my phone and anything else I may have touched while shooting. A canister of 45 wipes doesn’t cost much either, check it out on Amazon with free shipping.
The popular firearms accessory makers at Strike Industries recently debuted their new G4 Slidecomp Glock compensator. It’s currently on pre-order at their site for $79.95. It only fits 9mm Gen 4 Glocks (not Gen 3 or earlier Glocks) and no threaded barrel is required and no permanent mods are done to your gun. It also works with open-bottomed holsters. We ordered one so look out for our review after they ship.
You know those Baby On Board signs that let other drivers know to not small into your car at a red light? Well here’s a sign to let other drivers know not to make your day. This company sells them, according to them it’s to let law enforcement know you have a gun in the car in case you get pulled over. You know you could just tell them right? I sure hope these are a joke.
Check out this horde of fake Glock magazines that were seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Savannah, Georgia while inspecting a container. They found 591 cartons, if sold at the retail value of real mags that’s around $2.1 million in magazines. I wonder how reliable they are?
Are you looking to become a better pistol shooter? It’s gonna take A LOT of practice and trigger time. But if you can’t make it to the range often the next best option is dry fire practice. What’s dry fire practice? Check out the video above about dry firing and why it’s important.
|Looking for some iron sights for your AR-15? Here’s a great deal on a set of Magpul MBUS PRO sights. They’re made in the USA out of steel with a melonite finish. They fold down flat when using optics and they flip up when needed.
I currently run these sights on my AR-15 and so far they’ve held up well. They going for way below retail on Amazon.con right now.
Check out these Bubba’d trench style CCW sights on this Glock. While I’ve seen these style sights on 1911s I’ve never seen them on a Glock. The benefit of these sights? They’re less likely to snag on clothing while drawing, the downside? You Bubba’d your Glock. It’s actually not the worst hack job I’ve seen done to a Glock, remember this gem?
[Source H/T James]
Meet the Most Armed Man in America Mel Bernstein, a.k.a. the “Dragon Man” who runs a gun range and a museum in Colorado. His 65,000 square feet facility has thousands of firearms (over 200 of them are full auto), 13 .50 cal M2 Brownings, recoil less rifles, cannons, military vehicles, uniforms and a Russian tank. Check it out in the video above. He has enough firepower to arm his own militia if shit went down.