ahaahhahah for on the fly adjustments to your grip. Check out the video:

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I think the thumbnail I added to the post, sums this product up perfectly.

A mere $95 is the price tag, if any of you fine operators want to pick this up.  Beats not being able to adjust your grip I’LL TELL YOU WHUT.


Gat tip: the_halfbeard, moa_wearemoa

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You guys aren’t shooting like this yet?  Didn’t think so. LOG OFF because you’re really not operator enough to be using the internet and definitely not operator enough to be reading my blog this fine Friday:

Here are the deets:

Maj. Gen. Darrell K. Williams, commanding general, CASCOM and Fort Lee, fires his 9mm semi-automatic pistol during qualifications today at the installation range complex. Williams joined a handful of Soldiers who fulfilled their yearly weapons qualification at the facility.

Ya so naturally the gun and military related internet shit a brick over this picture.



Is the question which was given a comprehensive answer by Jon Davis, a former Marine Corps marksmanship instructor:

The reason is actually to help them aim faster by utilizing a technique known as “Flash Sight Picture”. 

I wouldn’t advise it though. I specialized in pistols and have fired these weapons thousands of times. That said, the thought has crossed my mind. The answer didn’t come to me until another coach (from the “hood”) gave me a good reason why this technique would be used. In practice it actually does utilize one very important sighting practice, but fails overall. This is a good idea in theory, but fails miserably in the actual execution.

Full explanation with diagrams over at Quora.

If you want more sideways gun gangsta action check out Urban Shooting Grips, and how FBI endorses sideways shooting.



Gangster, modified gangster, and super modified gangster:

Skip to 0:30 for the start of the funny part.  hahahah great stuff.

Hat trip: Kyle, Reg


Military times compares 21 AR-15 grips.  You’ll get to read their opinion, and see a nice side profile and rear profile of each grip as pictured above.

Thank god someone is willing to put in the work for that type of comparison.  Looks too much like work to me!

I thought I had my ear to the streets of AR-15 parts & accessories, but apparently not.  I had not heard of a number of the grips in the review!

What make/model of trigger are they runnin on the AR in the pics?  It’s got no curve at all to it! (yet another thing I apparently don’t know about haha)



*insert 1911 jokes here, and standard comment about how I wish I could get a glock grip on my AR* :P


Hat tip: Paul