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A quick demonstration on using a TAB sling in prone position. You can purchase TAB Gear from CS TACTICAL.
A quick demonstration on using a TAB sling in a sitting position. You can purchase TAB Gear from CS TACTICAL.
We receive a lot of questions on setting up a Premier Heritage turret. In this video, we demonstrate how to set a Premier Heritage Turret. CS Tactical is one of the largest dealers for Premier Heritage scopes.
When selecting a Carbine Optic, the first questions to answer are, “What are you going to be using it for?” and “What is your budget?” Once you know this vital info, you can begin to assess the variety of Carbine Optics on the market.
One of the questions I consistently receive from customers is, “What configuration should I go with for my scope? Should I get an MOA reticle with MOA adjustments? Should I get a MIL reticle with MOA adjustments? Or should I get a MIL reticle with MIL adjustments?"
A quick demonstration on how to setup a USO EREK Knob.
I'm going to provide you with some beneficial information relating to shooting positions. First off, there are many different shooting positions (sitting, kneeling, standing, etc.) that would take a lot of time to cover. In regards to any position you want to have a grasp of the fundamentals of shooting which are Head Alignment, Sight Alignment, Breathing, and Natural Point of Aim (search for books written by G. David Tubbs for quality material on shooting).
Many people I talk to ask me this question. First off, what is the main goal of a base that has MOA (Minute Of Angle) built into it? The MOA helps in getting the most out of our target or tactical scope elevation knob. If you were asking me, “What MOA Base Should I Choose?”, I would need to know the following three things...
Selecting the right setup in regards to your rings and bases is crucial for shooting success. High quality precision machine parts are going to give your scope a better fit, more elevation, and help in giving you an equal amount of left and right wind-age. The wrong setup results in a loose base, loose rings, and a loose shot.