The Mitchell Custom "Right Side Mag Catch" for the 1911 and 2011 framed pistols allows the shooter to change the position of the magazine release from the standard left side of the pistol to the right side. This is a nice modification if you have to change your grip on the gun while performing a magazine change. The right side mag catch also helps to ensure that your trigger finger is less likely to be on the trigger when performing a magazine change since your trigger finger is used to actuate the release. As a "Lefty", the right side mag catch allows you the feel of the 1911 the way Browning designed it :)
Purchase Info Here: http://www.bulletworks.com/bulletworks/R.Side_Mag_Catch.html
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Thursday, April 18, 2013
I get just as excited as the next gear queer when it comes to night vision and the ability to see in the dark. However, my wallet can not seem to get past the cost of most of these cool toys. The FLIR scout that I show in this video is a good example. It's small and packable, it works as advertised, but the cost is just not for the ordinary joe. So I'll most likely keep to my high power flashlights and a quick trigger finger when I hunt at night.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Looking for the competitive edge in a 3-gun shotgun? Then you may want to consider an XRAIL for added capacity to your old tube fed auto-loader. In these videos I demonstrate the basic operation of the the XRAIL, an aftermarket cylinder style tube magazine for tube fed shotguns.