m always looking for interesting and useful products to keep stocked in the store. Recently, I came across a product called Rapid Rope that I immediately felt drawn to stocking in the store and online
The 3rd episode of The Dry Fire has been posted today and it features the Sar Arms K12 Sport X chambered in 9mm. I quickly go over the key features of the weapon along with giving you every perspective of it in under 2 minutes. Hope you enjoy!
I released episode 2 of The Dry Fire today and it featured the Lone Wolf Arms LTD19. I quickly go over the key features of the weapon along with giving you every perspective of it. This pistol is definitely worth checking out.
I recently started a new series on the ECP Outdoors Youtube channel called “The Dry Fire”. The purpose is to show and give all the key features of a firearm in under two minutes. For the first episode I made a video about the Ruger American Rimfire Long Range Target chambered in .22LR. Let me know what you think about the video!
6/20/2021By John Sepielli Hey everyone! I just finished adding some new features to the website that I think will help with a much smoother navigation experience. Here are some of
I recently uploaded a new video to our Youtube Channel showing off the limited run Fallout15 Gadsden by Black Rain Ordnance BRO. Here’s the video if you would like to check it out
With regulations surrounding firearms in the United States, the idea of buying a firearm online seems daunting, but I promise you, it isn’t. By the end of this guide, you’ll know exactly how it’s done.
6/2/2021by John Sepielli Our video is now live on Youtube showing off the Beretta A400 Xtreme Plus chambered in 12ga 3.5″. The model shown is in the real tree camo.
The Beretta A400XP is a gas-operated semi-automatic shotgun. At some point we have either seen or heard how “picky” semi-auto shotguns are. However, having a gas-operated system greatly reduces this risk. Why? Simply put, it’s because the gas-operated system relies on the gas dispersed by the shot instead of the actual recoil from the load like an inertia driven system would do. This allows even the lightest of loads to still cycle properly.