Tag Archive: Windham Weaponry

Jan 05

Aimpoint Micro T-2 & Samson QR Mount on Windham Weaponry SRC

Thanks to our friends at Mounting Solutions Plus, our Windham Weaponry SRC is now sporting the Aimpoint Micro T-2 with Samson QR Mount. We have also equipped the SRC with SPLP (Same Plane Low Profile) Flip-Up Sights from Midwest Industries. Stay tuned for range results… Be sure to check out our Gun Discounts Page. We currently have …

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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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Sep 14

Sig BRAVO4 4x30mm Megaview Battle Sight First Look

To magnify, or not to magnify, that is the question. Well, maybe that isn’t “THE” question, but it is certainly something I’ve thought a lot about with regard to setting up a go-to AR-15 rifle. And the new Sig BRAVO4 4x30mm Megaview Battle Sight may be changing my thoughts on this topic! First, let’s establish what I mean by …

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Aug 25

Windham SRC with Trijicon MRO and Samson Magnifier

If you have trouble maintaining accuracy at longer distances while using a red dot sight, you might want to try using a magnifier. The magnifier shown in this image is the Samson 3.5x Magnifier with QR Quick Flip Mount. This mount allows you quickly transition between the red dot, and red dot with magnifier. My wife has …

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Aug 10

Birchwood Casey Mule Kick AR500 Steel Target First Look

Unfortunately, my shooting range doesn’t have steel targets. So, for a while I’ve been thinking about picking up a steel target of my own that I can transport to and from the range. The key is that it needs to be something I can easily transport and set up. Fortunately, Birchwood Casey just announced the …

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