Category Archive: Reviews

Reviews of guns, gun accessories, shooting equipment and other firearm related products.

Jan 25

Windham Weaponry CDI with EOTech EXPS2 Holographic Weapon Sight

My EOTech EXPS2 Holographic Weapon Sight has arrived and found a home on the Windham Weaponry CDI. This is actually my very first EOTech sight, so I’m very excited see how it compares to some of the other sights I’ve used. Stay tuned for updates… EOTech EXPS2 Holographic Weapon Sight: Night Vision-Compatibility: None Length/Width/Height: 3.8” …

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Dec 08

Leather Pancake Holster for Glock 17

Living in Georgia I don’t get the opportunity to take snowy photos very often. So with the unusual snowfall today, I couldn’t resist taking a glamour shot of my new Glock 17 leather pancake holster that I received from Craft Holsters! This holster, manufactured by Vega Holster, is actually the second holster I’ve owned from …

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Oct 18

Windham Weaponry CDI

A first look at the Windham Weaponry CDI that we just added to our collection of AR-15 rifles. This is actually our second Windham Weaponry rifle. The first, a Windham SRC, is now 2 years old and has performed flawlessly. So, expectations are certainly high for the CDI. The above image shows the CDI in …

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Sep 20

Smith & Wesson Delta Force RM-20 Light on S&W M&P15T Rifle

Smith & Wesson recently announced the release of two new weapon mountable lights, the Delta Force RM-10 and the RM-20. The above photo gives you a first look at my Delta-Force RM-20, which I have decided to pair up with the M&P15T rifle. Both the RM-10 and the RM-20 come with a Picatinny Rail Mount …

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Jul 21

UM Tactical R.A.G.E. TCS Compensator

A look at our UM Tactical R.A.G.E. TCS Compensator as it patiently waits to be installed on the Windham Weaponry SRC. The R.A.G.E. (Rapid Adjustable Gas Expulsion) is the world’s first re-configurable recoil management device. The R.A.G.E. kit comes with 5 Tuning Port Washers that can be used to adjust how the compensator diverts pressure. Adjustments …

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