Tag Archive: Birchwood Casey

Mar 21

Birchwood Casey PREGAME Tablock Turkey Kit

Get Ready For Turkey Season With The New PREGAME™ Tablock™ Turkey Kit From Birchwood Casey® (ArmsVault.com) – The new PREGAME™ TabLock™ Turkey Kit from Birchwood Casey® provides hunters a quick and easy way to pattern their shotguns, or test new loads before the season. The TabLock backer eliminates the need to carry tape or a …

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Mar 14

Birchwood Casey Freedom Targets

New Freedom Targets From Birchwood Casey® Offer Quick And Easy Set Up At The Range (ArmsVault.com) – The new Freedom Targets from Birchwood Casey® offer shooters the ultimate in target portability and freedom from staples, tape and heavy stands. Freedom Targets feature heavy cardboard construction and fold flat for easy transportation. The base easily folds up …

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Dec 13

Kimber Micro 9 1911 in GUNS Magazine

Kimber’s Micro 9 Mini 1911 Makes Its Mark In GUNS Magazine’s February 2017 Issue (ArmsVault.com) – The new Kimber Micro 9, a 1911 built for close-quarter encounters, is the cover feature for the February issue of GUNS Magazine. John Taffin relates his unique journey with Ruger’s M77 Hawkeye in .308 in the wake of self-imposed …

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Dec 03

Underwood Ammunition 223 Remington 55 Grain Controlled Chaos Accuracy Test

During today’s range trip I was able to test my very first box of ammo from Underwood Ammunition. This particular 223 Remington 55gr ammo is loaded with the Controlled Chaos bullet from Lehigh Defense. Although today I was only testing the accuracy of the Underwood 223 Remington Controlled Chaos round, I should point out that a huge selling …

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Oct 30

Sig BRAVO4 Battle Sight First Range Test

Not to be overly dramatic, but my first range trip with the Sig BRAVO4 Battle Sight has got me rethinking my optic of choice for a go-to AR-15 rifle. First, a little background… Prior to this range trip, I was convinced that the best optic for my go-to AR was a red dot sight. My thought process was simple… …

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