Saturday, May 23, 2015
Thursday, May 14, 2015
Friday, April 24, 2015
Recommended AR-15 / M4 Accessories
What is one of the top reasons for the M4's popularity? Simple, its modularity, ease of updating and versatility. As many reasons and needs that there are for a firearm, there are as many accessories you can add to your rifle.
There are plenty of M4 / AR-15 owners who own several rifles, each with its own set up. There are also many I know who only own one rifle and use it for many purposes. There's a lot of stuff to hang on a rifle that has many purposes. So we have put together a list of affordable accessories that canbe useful for your rifle.
Accu-Wedge Receiver Buffer, $3.99
The Accu-Wedge receiver buffer eliminates the play between your rifle's lower and upper receivers getting rid of rattles and slop. A tighter fit is achieved and in some cases, better accuracy. A one minute install, and only $3.99, this little thing has helped many rifle owners achieve a better-feeling rifle.
Maglula AR-15 LULA Magazine Loader and Unloader, $26.99
Absolutely necessary for your range bag. The LULA AR-15 mag loader is your new best friend. Don’t wear out your thumb and fingers before you get behind the trigger by loading your AR magazines with the LULA loader. It fits over the top of all metal and polymer AR mags and loads them fast and effortlessly. The lever at the top engages the magazine’s spring and pushes the rounds down into the magazine. It will also unload magazines if need be. This is a must-have accessory to throw in your range bag.
Magpul Black PMag Magazine, $12.99
It really is no joke when you hear or read about PMags being the best. Magpul has a corner on the polymer magazine market and once you use them, it's clear why. Reliable, durable and most of all—the best value for your money, PMags have a stainless steel spring and an anti-tilt, self-lubricating follower. The springs do not wear out or lose tension, even when stored fully loaded. Magpul Pmags work every time. The Magpul PMag holds 30 rounds of .223 Remington/5.56mm NATO and are available in black. Made in the U.S.A.
That's enough for today, we will post on a regular basis other necessary and well made accessories for your rifle.
Thursday, January 08, 2015
Sunday, November 23, 2014
Important Holiday Shipping Cut-off Dates for 2014
Following are some important dates to keep in mind when buying and shipping packages this Holiday season. Make sure to get your purchases and gifts delivered on-time to family, friends, and others.
Here is a round-up of this season's cut-off dates from USPS, FedEx, and UPS to get packages delivered in time for Christmas Day. Use these dates to set your own cut-offs so you have plenty of time to get customer's shipment on their way.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Thoughts on LED Flashlights
5 Tips helps you to distinguish a good quality flashlight
There are many flashlights on the market today, being produced both here in the USA and coming in from foreign countries. The basic components of a high power flashlight are: luminant, battery, circuitry, body housing, reflector, circuit board, switches and other components.
So How Should We Judge the Value of a Flashlight?
Tip 1 : The body of the flashlight
The body of a flashlight is divided into three types: common oxidation, hard oxidation and HAIII hard oxidation. The first is the most common being used in flashlights today while HAIII hard oxidation costs the most. While the manufacturing process produces some defective bodies. (Bodies considered B-class have a small amount of defects that do not affect appearance and C-class are considered highly defective. ) These defective bodies should be recycled or sold only as seconds.
Tip 2: Interior details and material
The interior details and material of the body should be inspected. Many flashlight tail caps are poorly made and easy to break, so are switches. A good quality flashlight is equipped with a copper lamp holder with super heat radiation. Small-sized flashlight needs the most.
Tip 3: Interior Structure
The more accessories on a flashlight, generally the higher quality. While the cheaper ones have a very simple build with only a few options, this is because of reduced build costs and short cuts in the building process. For example, most tail caps use a spring, but better built ones use a copper spring that has a long life and provides good connectivity.
Tip 4 : LED
The price of LED’s and circuitry varies greatly. The price of quadrinucleate is the most expensive, followed by CREE mononuclear. Tthe price from low to high is that Q5→R2→R3→R4→R5→T6→U2→L2-T6→L2-U2. The more expensive the LED is, the larger the luminous flux.
Tip 5: Circuit
And finally, the circuit board has its own classification. The cheapest is made using a board without IC resistance (also called direct drive plate); The most common board in use has IC resistance and constant voltage or booster pressure; Higher quality boards have IC resistance and constant voltage. The best boards have constant voltage, various modes and full electricity etc.
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Extensions Tubes for the Stoeger 2000 Now Available
Brand New Product
Nordic Components - extended magazine tubes for Stoeger 2000 shotguns.
These are the finest machined shotshell tube extensions currently available. Each tube has a unique swirl style barrel nut adding a distinctive touch while also providing a quick and sure grip.
Currently available in +2, +3, +4 and +5 shell configurations for the
Stoeger 2000 shotguns. Shell capacity is defined by Nordic as the shell increase above the standard capacity provided by the fixed magazine tube (tube inside the forearm). If your shotgun currently has a short tube extension that extends past the fixed magazine tube, the round capacity of that extension would be lost as it is removed and replaced. Magazine tube length is the length of the tube and nut.
Overall length of the tube extensions (including the nut):
+2 - 5 3/4 inches
+3 - 8 1/4 inches
+4 - 10 inches
+5 - 11 5/8 inches.