Burris AR-F3 (FastFire III) review
I recently picked up a Burris AR-F3 3MOA sight bundle. This bundle includes the Burris FastFire III and the Burris AR-F3 picatinny style sight mount. A quick description then we will dive into the review.
The Burris FastFire III is a member of the Miniature Red Dot (MRD) family of red dot reflex sights. The sight is very similar in size, weight and function as the Trijicon RMR, EOTech MRD, Docter Sight II & III, Leupold DeltaPoint, JP Enterprises JPoint4, and PFI Rapid Reticle Micro Red-dot…
Tactical medical considerations - Stages of care
Tactical medical considerations aren't just the team medic's problem, everyone needs to be well versed on the latest Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). We will discus some general concepts and considerations for combat live saving steps.
A word picture designed to take you through the some of the early on steps used when a team member is injured and you’re taking hostile enemy fire.
If during an operation a team member goes down, you have to avoid the overwhelming feeling to run directly over to them and attempt to begin medical treatment or assessment. The stages of care are:
Thanks to all who braved the Arizona summer heat and attended the 1-day Combat Rifle Class. Great event, lots of motivation.
Special thanks to TAC-CON USA for hosting us on their private range! For the precision shooters, SDMs, keep your eyes open. TAC-CON has will be introducing a must have product soon.
Big camera went down, all we had from the days event was cell phone pictures. Sorry guys!
A quick recap of the days events.
TAPCO Short Vertical Grip mod.
First I would like to point out that I actually find some of the products from TAPCO aren’t all that bad. My main issue with TAPCO products is mostly the aesthetics are pretty ugly.
The thing I really like about TAPCO is they are an American owned company producing quality parts here in the States at an affordable price point. I have talked previously about price point and how it influences buying decisions. Let’s turn the tables a little on the AR-snobbishness that runs rabid in the firearms industry. I say if it is made in the USA, is a quality part, then lets support them instead of putting the company down....