The Beretta 92X Centurion; Is Beretta beating a dead horse, or refining a classic? With some great deals available, I intended to find out.
In the Marine Corps we used stock triggers to accurately shoot from the 500 yard line. With performance like that, how much better could an expensive trigger perform? Well, I intend to find out.
The bipod is the latest example of something that I want to be able to easily attach when the need arises, and remove when not necessary. The MLOK is the way of the future.
In deciding to mount a miniature red-dot sight (MRDS) on a handgun, few options are as easy as a Glock Modular Optics System (MOS) pistol.
This list is meant to provoke thought. You don’t have to agree with everything, and you don’t have to have the same priorities I do. These are just some of the factors that drove my choice.
One of the fun things about the AR-15 / M4 style rifles is that they are easy to mix/match with a huge variety of accessories, including optics. That same flexibility can also be confusing. For example, a short barrel rifle can shoot very accurately at long distances, so why not use a high power scope? My answer to that question is, “Go ahead.” However, for my rifles, I use the standard of, “Have a rationale.”
The Beretta 92/M9 variant was getting pretty long in the tooth. The weapon had served our military admirably, but I had no interest in owning one initially, other than some sense of obligation due to its place in history. But now, I have a new viewpoint