We decided to do a head to head comparison of two rimfire suppressors, the SilencerCo Warlock, and the Ruger Silent-SR. We wanted to see if we could tell a difference in the abilities of these two cans. In the end, we could tell any difference in their abilities to suppress the report of any of the guns we took to the range that day when compared head to head with various types of ammo.
It used to be the case that if you didn’t have a lot of money, there was no chance of being able to acquire a red dot optic that was tough enough for serious abuse, that had tremendous battery life, and that was lightweight. That all changed a few years ago when a new startup out of California decided to shake up the industry by offering extremely high-quality optics at prices that the common joe-blow could afford.
...the thing we fear the most is failing to make good on our promise to come home to our families. There is no amount of training and no type of equipment that can account for every eventuality. But we CAN equip ourselves, to the best of our ability, to deal with as wide a variety of situations as possible.
Keepin' it gangsta, we caught up with the guys from Elite Tactical Systems and tried to break their magazines at a busy social function. I thought they might try to throw hands, but they weren't feelin' it.