Monthly archives: August, 2016

Fox Specwog Alfa Knife. 

I have held back on this review for a while now. The Specwog knife (stands for Special warrior operation group) is a straight up “martial” blade. It was designed for martial application and as such has no real use for EDC. In my opinion there are two markets for this type of knife – collectors…

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Test firing the new .338LM Ultra from RPA

Most of our U.K. readers will be familiar with RPA or Rangemaster Precision Arms. RPA have built a strong sporting heritage in Europe and their actions have dominated serious competition. The famous 4 lug bolt design has a deserved reputation for reliability and extreme accuracy. RPA also produce tactical rifles which may not be as…

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Civillian Service Rifle – Urban Contact Match U.K.

The MPGS Gurkha on guard is positively beaming. He looks like the happiest man in Pirbright, and there is nothing he would rather be doing this early Sunday morning, than check in 100 civilians onto his base. He’s assisted by Fred from the NRA, who is armed with a list of names as he verifies the…

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Budget Folders from Ganzo.

I review a lot of high cost kit. I do not select products because they are high cost, I select products that work and endure. It just so happens that most products that work really well and cope with hard use tend to be at the higher end of the price bracket. Not always though…..

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Extended long range..

Lets get this straight out there.. I have read and heard a lot of BS regarding extended long range shooting. I think movies and video games probably have a lot to do with it. Because someone has become a pro at sniping from 1000yds+ in Call Of Duty they feel this may somehow extrapolate to…

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