Browning A5 safety and trigger

Browning A5 Review

The Browning Auto-5 was the original semi automatic shotgun. While the old shotgun ran on a long recoil system, the new A5 runs on a Benelli-esque inertial system that Browning calls their “Kinematic Drive”. Browning LOVES giving every feature a name. But the other thing that Browning typically does is add features and innovation. Let’s […]

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CHAS 3 gun

Where to Shoot 3 Gun in Canada

3 Gun is a quickly growing shooting sport using rifles, shotguns, and pistols. Although I’ve written about 3 Gun in Canada as well as 3 gun training for beginners before, I thought I’d keep a nice, tight article on where you can find matches in Canada. Note that the number of 3 gun matches run at […]

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Versa Max bolt face

Remington Versa Max Review

The Remington Versa Max is a gas operated, magazine tube-fed, semi-automatic shotgun that is Remington’s hat in the ring of versatile shotguns that work with a variety of shells. Unlike the older Remington 1100, the Versa Max uses an ingenious port based system to adjust gas pressure appropriately based on shell length without having to […]

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folding stock

Robinson XCR-L Review

Note: Newer versions of the Robinson Armament XCR-L use a lighter forend with keymod slots. The one pictured here is the older version. What if you designed a rifle like an AR15, but with easier takedown, piston driven action, swappable caliber conversions, and better ergonomics? Add in the capacity for a folding stock, adjustable gas […]

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18650 Batteries compared with other batteries

18650 Batteries

I mention 18650 batteries so often in my headlamp and flashlight reviews, that I thought I’d do a dedicated article on 18650 batteries. 18650 batteries are rechargeable lithium ion cells used in laptop power packs, Tesla cars, high powered vapes, electric bikes, heated jackets, high power laser pointers, flashlights, headlamps, and many other battery applications. Realistically, […]

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jacket

Wyvern Heated Jacket Review

Cold Weather Jackets My normal setup for hunting season is to layer up. Base layer, mid layer, maybe a sweater if it’s really cold, and then a choice between light, medium and heavy duty jackets. If you’re going to head into the back country, you’ll likely need a backpack to store layers and/or a premium […]

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