Digital recording technology is always impressing in both quality and innovation and has not stopped. The only major problem with this is that the price value of technology has also risen to accommodate both the research and the development involved with purposing this technology for the consumer market. Only when the technology gets old and deprecated, do they become more economical solutions for the consumer, but that is not always the case. The Sionyx Aurora PRO aims to prove this point.
Earlier this year, Helikon-Tex introduced us to the Hoyden Range Tights. These tactical leggings are designed for women and join a small collection of other…
Digital recording technology is always impressing in both quality and innovation and has not stopped. The only major problem with this is that the price…
Most optics are priced in relation to their features and how reliable they are advertised to be with different calibres and usage. A good compact economically priced optic would be around £150~ where as a high quality brand such as Aimpoint would price their variation at just over £500. The Firefield Impulse 1×22 Compact Red Dot Sight is priced at just under £80 with features that are similar to but do not supersede other more expensive brands.
5.11 Tactical is well known for developing branded tactical clothing and accessories which include backpacks and plate carriers. It’s become a statement to have the 5.11 logo branding on clothing for both urban and tactical uses. Good branding is normally gained from quality product design and performance which definitely has been proven over the past few years. Amongst all the branded clothing and accessories are the 5.11 Daybreaker Sunglasses with a classic design and subtle but visible branding.
The Magload NEXUS 12 is a twelve shell caddie which holds six pairs of shotgun shells in a dual/quad load configuration which allows for quick loading into the feeding ramp of a shotgun. Although designed specifically for practical shotgun sports, the caddie has seen use in other sports including multi gun where other firearms are used in conjunction.
There are many fundamental elements to differentiating between a good rifle and a bad rifle. One of these elements relate to the ergonomics and functions of the rifle’s furniture. This review focuses on the one of many collapsible stocks which have been specifically designed to provide ergonomics, recoil dampening (not for Airsoft) and battery compartment (not for… well, it could be).
Newbold Self Sealing Reactive Polymer Targets are made of a hi-tech polymer which replaces the use of the more common steel alternatives. Branded as ElastiMAX, the polymer material is tough, flexible and safer than using metal targets. Due to the properties of the targets, the bullets don’t ricochet or splatter as they pass through the target. Normally this would lead to bullet holes and a destroyed target, however the polymer is self healing as it shrink around the hole to the size of a pin prick.
There are many .22 calibre rifles available on the market where many are used as economical substitutes to .223 variants, varmint hunting, and competition use as mini rifles. Whatever the purpose, a .22 calibre rifle comes in many varieties from many manufacturers. Tippmann Arms has been manufacturing .22 calibre rifles to suit both the economical enthusiast and the target shooter.
The Olight Warrior X has a metal housing that weighs 218 grams and is 142 mm long with a diameter of 25.4 mm (head unit is 41 mm). With the assistance of liberally placed o-rings, the housing is waterproof rated to IPX8 and is dust proof, shatter proof and shock proof. The flashlight uses a tail switch for operation and uses a CREE XHP35 NW bulb which casts natural white light.