General Defensive Rifle
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Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: What rifle do you recommend?
A: For a serious defensive rifle, we recommend the gas impingement AR-15 platform, specifically one built by Colt, LMT, Bravo Company MFG, Daniel Defense, or Noveske.
Q: What type of lubricant should I use?
A: It does not really matter as long as you keep the gun wet with lubricant.
Q: What type of cleaner should I use?
A: If you keep the moving parts wet, any carbon will easily wipe away with out a solvent. If you want a cleaner, then we recommend Slip 2000's 725 cleaner/degreaser. It works well and does not have a lot of the harsh chemicals found in other cleaners.
Q: What "zero" do you recommend?
A: At class we will discuss this in detail. However, we recommend you come to glass with an AR-15 pattern weapon shooting point of aim point of impact at 50 yards or point of impact one inch below point of aim
at 25 yards.
Q: What sling do you recommend?
A: An adjustable two point sling is the most universal setup for most users. Most of our instructors use a padded Viking Tactics two-point adjustable sling.
Q: What type of optic should I use on my rifle?
A: Iron sights work great and new users should start there. However, non-magnified red dot optics are a requirement for a serious fighting gun. We recommend both Aimpoint and Eotech, Specifically the Aimpoint Micro Series or the Eotech XPS series. The less expensive optics are generally not worth the money.
Q: What iron sight should I use?
A: The Troy Industries folding rear BUIS is the best option and the only one we recommend for serious use.
Q: How should I carry my spare mags?
A: For a private citizen, the easiest way is to use one or two belt mounted pouches (such as the version by Blade-Tech) behind your handgun mags (bullet tips to the rear). Law enforcement or military should carry their spare mags as they would when deployed.
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