Category Archive: Equipment

Oct
04

Practice Deck iOS application launched!

This is exciting stuff, y’all! Today, Hsoi Enterprises released the DR Performance Practice Deck iOS application for iPhone, iPod, and iPad devices. Check out the official announcement page, too!

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Jul
20

The DAA Race Master Pouch – a first look

Every once in a while, someone comes up with a better mousetrap. They get dissatisfied with the current market offerings for one reason or another, and they put on their thinking caps, and BAM!, you get something new and interesting to look at. Never being one to turn down a look at one of these …

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Jul
18

The M&P Project – the Apex Tactical USB

What’s that old phrase? If something works, you can always make it better? In terms of first steps with the M&P Project, one of the products on the market I wanted to evaluate were the drop in parts offered by Apex Tactical. On the various forums, and in word of mouth, I’d heard a lot …

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Jul
17

Blast Shields

Over time, the high-zoot gear for IPSC/USPSA competition has evolved pretty significantly, from the original gold standard 1911 in .45, to what we see today with a modern high capacity .355-ish caliber gun that holds 30 rounds and incorporates a red dot sight, a compensator, and – possibly – barrel ports. Such evolution is not …

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Jul
16

The M&P Project – first range report

This is the second in a series of posts evaluating the S&W M&P for use as a carry and competition gun. You might want to read my First Blush impressions first. There’s a blog category that captures the whole series, too. Of course, what’s the first thing anyone really wants to do with a new …

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Permanent link to this article: http://re-gun.com/2011/07/the-mp-project-first-range-report/

Jul
16

Arredondo Accessories – solid customer service

Many thanks to Ralph Arredondo at Arredondo Accessories for standing behind his product. Remember the basepads I discovered to be cracked at the Double Tap Championship this year? After an email to Arredondo, I was told to send the cracked ones in, and they’d replace ‘em. The new ones were waiting in my mailbox when …

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Jul
12

The M&P Project – First Blush

I finally get a chance to start writing about this! One of my rules of thumb for match prize tables is to always try to pick up something I can use, even if there are more valuable things sitting on the table when I get to it (I’ll write a post on prize tables, and …

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May
20

Montana Gold Bullet’s 121gr IFP

It’s good to have options, ya know? Luckily, there are two 121 grain bullets available in the marketplace, and when one is scarce, the other is usually available. I recently picked up a couple of cases of Montana Gold Bullet’s 121gr IFP bullet, because the Zero 121gr JHP isn’t easily findable, right now. After loading …

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Permanent link to this article: http://re-gun.com/2011/05/montana-gold-bullets-121gr-ifp/

May
16

Starline .38 Supercomp Brass

There are several choices on the market for Open division calibers, with pros and cons to each. My unreserved choice has long been Starline’s .38 Supercomp. Here’s why I continue to use this excellent product!

Permanent link to this article: http://re-gun.com/2011/05/starline-38-supercomp-brass/

May
14

Reloading: Lubing Your Cases

To lube or not to lube, that is the question… Strictly speaking, when resizing straight wall pistol cases, modern carbide resizing dies don’t require any lubricant on the case to prevent sticking. In fact, when I started reloading, I didn’t use case lube for exactly that reason. It wasn’t required. But… there are a number …

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