Recently, I’ve received more than just a few questions from YouTube viewers regarding my opinion of the SKS as a suitable defensive rifle for those who live in restrictive states like California. My answer is written here.
There is no compelling reason for a government to register firearms except as a necessary step toward confiscating them. We have seen this same progression before.
Let me be clear. There can be no compromise of my God given right to self-preservation and self-defense. That is what the 2nd Amendment was drafted to protect.
The AR15 is a wonderful civilian rifle that is adored by millions of Americans who use it for the peaceful purposes of hunting, recreational shooting, competition and personal defense.
We are very accustomed to polymer firearms in today’s world, but in the 1950’s the idea that a gun could be made almost entirely of plastic was new, to put it mildly. Since a Polymer gun had never been made prior to that time, the folks at Remington knew they had to get it right the first time.
Let’s give credit where credit is due. The Ruger Mini 14, for all the accuracy issues it had at the beginning, is a rugged, ridiculously reliable, handy little rifle. It’s quick to the shoulder, easy and fun to shoot, has very little recoil and is chambered for a fairly powerful and versatile cartridge.
I packed up my AR-15 and my Saiga AK in 7.62×39 and headed off to the P2K Range to test their accuracy on the 100 yard indoor range. You can check out the results in the video below.
Yes, this is yet another quick review of the ever popular and yet much maligned Ruger Mini 14. The Mini 14 and later the Mini 30 have been popular with shooters since their creation, and there are many reasons why.
The question that keeps coming my way is, “What about the AR-15? I’ve actually had people question whether I even like ARs or even have one. Well, I do and I do.
I picked up my Saiga rifle in 7.62×39 a while back and have become totally sold on the design for a few reasons. I thought you might like to know what my reasons are…