Answer: Alright, kids. Yet another reminder that we at Fighting Sheep Dog aren’t attorneys, nor do we play one on TV. So if you’re needing legal advice, seek out a lawyer – because we aren’t one of them.
Now, to answer the question… Continue reading
In order to understand the differences between the various types of upper receivers, it’s important to know what was going on with the REST of the rifle at the same time.
Let’s start with the M16A1: Continue reading
Several manufacturers have offered rebates recently, and it occurred to us that our customers might not know about it!
Of course, if you haven’t purchased any of these items, but would like to, we’re happy to special order anything on your wish list! It’s our pleasure!
Check the list below and see if you qualify for any existing rebates! (Guns/ammo AND get money back? That’s win-win!) Continue reading
- Whether you live on a college campus and have to walk alone in the dark to get back to your dorm…
- Whether you have an ex that has been accused of stalking or that you fear my hurt you…
- Whether the hairs on the back of your neck are telling you that you might not be safe…
Question: I have been wanting to do a 6.5 Grendel build, and in my online searches, I found a page on your website with some good info on it. Do you guys have and 20-24″ barrels/bolts for the 6.5 Grendel available?
I did some research but I am not real clear on whether or not you can shoot 6.5 grendel ammo out of a .264 LBC barrel? Can you educate me on what barrel it is and what ammo I can run? Continue reading
Please allow me to say up front that I am not an attorney, nor do I play one on TV. If you are seeking legal council, you need to find an attorney. Because I am not one.
What I CAN say is that there are a LOT of myths surrounding NFA items, gun trusts, and even whether it’s legal to own a suppressor. Continue reading
John recommends using red Loctite but NOT ON THE SET SCREWS.
1. Wipe the red Loctite around the barrel (a very thin coat).
2. Slide the block on, making sure it’s oriented properly.
3. Use fingernail polish on the set screws after they’ve been put in properly.
Keep in mind that, if the block isn’t on correctly, the gun will never cycle correctly. This is a pretty big deal, so quadruple check everything.
Old Man Winter has officially started breathing down the necks of shooting enthusiasts across the country. And unless you live in Florida, you’re feeling the effects of the frigid temps if you’re shooting outdoors.
The problem is, your firearms are feeling the effects too! Continue reading