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Trending: Best Places to Buy Ammo Online and [Buyer's Guide] 7 Best AR-15s JOHNSON CITY, TN — Local man Marshall Tuckerson, age 73, voiced his disgust at the cancellation of this year’s NRA Annual Meeting (NRAAM) in Nashville, TN. Previously scheduled for April 16-19, 2020, the event was shuttered over COVID-19 concerns. “I won’t be able to quickly draw my loaded .

Man Upset He Cant Draw His Revolver at a Holster Booth During NRAAM

Man Upset He Cant Draw His Revolver at a Holster Booth During NRAAMTrending: Best Places to Buy Ammo Online and [Buyer's Guide] 7 Best AR-15s JOHNSON CITY, TN — Local man Marshall Tuckerson, age 73, voiced his disgust at the cancellation of this year’s NRA Annual Meeting (NRAAM) in Nashville, TN. Previously scheduled for April 16-19, 2020, the event was shuttered over COVID-19 concerns. “I won’t be able to quickly draw my loaded .38 Special at unsuspecting holster booth salesmen to see if it fits their Tubberware models,” Tuckerson lamented. Local Man at NRA Holster Booth The 149th NRAAM typically draws crowds of near 80,000 (last Nashville event) and does not have restrictions against carrying if the user follows local and state laws. Tuckerson continued, “I’ll miss seeing the whites of people’s eyes as I unsnap my Uncle Mike’s nylon behind-the-back holster and keep my finger on the trigger.” Disclaimer: This is a satire/parody post, which may or may not use actual names in quasi-real and/or fictitious narration. So try not to get too butt-hurt about it.  Also…April 1st. Pandemic Barter Rates of Common Ammo Man Doesn’t Realize Personal Hygiene First to Go While Waiting for the Collapse of Society Gun Owner Excited Liberal Friends Now Into Guns; Exhausted As Only Source of Information What’s real…is our AGGRESSIVE GUN PHRASE T-SHIRT . Requested by tons of readers after we kept using it in funny posts.

US Buy Spotting Scope Adapter Mount Review

US Buy Spotting Scope Adapter Mount Review

What You Will Get Here Specifications Feature Analysis Pros Cons Final Verdict Specifications Weight 4.8 ounces Materials Aluminum and Plastic PA plastic parts Package Dimensions 6.2 x 3.9 x 2.1 inches Editor Rating : 3.1 out of 5 star Check Latest Price & Reviews On Amazon You might need to follow a little practice to get perfect and steady placement with the product. So, if you have scopes like Telescope, Monoscope, Monocular spotting scope, telescope, microscope, binocular models and Riflescopes, then you may consider turning your scope into a wireless camera with US Buy Spotting Scope Adapter Mount. Feature Analysis 1. Feature Analysis US Buy "Spotting Scope Adapter" Mount can hold the phone from 2 1/8" to 3 7/8", which means it can hold all the latest devices of Apple and Samsung. You can use devices having 6 inches display without any hassle. 2. Durable construction Most of the part of this Spotting Scope Adapter is made of Aluminum. The aluminum frame gives much strength for steady spotting. The high strength PA plastic part there to protect your devices from any friction. The holding chamber had high-density EVA pads to protect device's screen. Pros Fits Devices from 2 1/8″ – 3 7/8″ Holds all types of phone Protects screens from scratch Fits eyepieces from 28mm – 47mm Maintain steady crosshair while hunting Cons Perfect assembly requires some practice Final Verdict You might need to follow a little practice to get perfect and steady placement with the product. So, if you have scopes like Telescope, Monoscope, Monocular spotting scope, telescope, microscope, binocular models and Riflescopes, then you may consider turning your scope into a wireless camera with US Buy Spotting Scope Adapter Mount. "Check Latest Price" & Reviews On Amazon share share share share share

6 Long Guns To Know From The Spanish-American War

6 Long Guns To Know From The Spanish-American War

/* custom css */.td_uid_2_5f377dff21c34_rand.td-a-rec-img { text-align: left; } .td_uid_2_5f377dff21c34_rand.td-a-rec-img img { margin: 0 auto 0 0; } The Spanish-American War was among our country's briefest conflicts, yet it marked the introduction of a number of important advancements when it comes to firearms designs. What were the long guns that stormed the Cuban beaches and charged San Juan Hill? Springfield Model 1892 & 1896 Krag–Jørgensen Springfield Model 1873 Model 1895 Lee Navy Spanish M1893 Colt/Browning Model 1895 Machine Gun Gatling Gun The Spanish-American War was among the shortest conflicts America has fought. But despite its brevity, it was weighty, and not only in determining the United States' place in the world. But also, because it marked the introduction of a number of new firearms concepts and technologies, many of which form the bedrock of today’s guns. The conflict saw the American military’s first widespread use of smokeless powder. It was among the country’s first conflicts in which it utilized the modern machine gun. And it, on the Spanish side, featured gun designs that still to this day define modern rifles. So gird your loins and get set to charge like a Rough Rider into the six long guns (and a couple machine guns) you need to know from the Spanish-American War. "Springfield Model 1892" & 1896 Krag–Jørgensen Photo: Hmaag In perfect 20/20 historical hindsight, the Krag–Jørgensen might seem like a lemon. After all, the U.S. Army was quick to replace it after the Spanish and Philippine wars with the iconic Springfield M1903 . But this view is a bit of a bum wrap. The Krag–Jørgensen beat out a slew of other designs to become the Army’s service rifle in the early 1890s. And it was the first truly modern rifle — by today’s definition — the branch adopted. Consider, it was the first U.S. Army service rifle to fire small-caliber smokeless cartridges, the first to utilize a bolt-action, and the first rifle widely used to feed off a magazine. And by all accounts, the U.S. variants used in the Spanish-American War — mainly the Springfield Model 1892 and 1896, but there were some 1898s — performed admirably. They were the backbone of the Yankees thoroughly blackening a European empire’s eye in the span of weeks. Where the Norwegian-designed rifle comes up wanting is in comparison to the service rifle it was up against — the Spanish M1893, better known as the Spanish Mauser. The American’s .30-caliber had two main deficiencies compared to the M1893. Its unique horizontally accessed magazine could not utilize stripper clips, reducing its rate of fire. And the Krag–Jørgensen had a much weaker action, with a single locking lug, and thus fired the much weaker .30-40 Krag. Despite these shortcomings, the Krag–Jørgensen rifles and carbines still left their marks. And they truly helped usher in the modern era of American military power. Related GunDigest Articles 8 Long Guns You Have to Know from the American Civil War Five Guns You Need To Know From The American Revolution Six All-American Bolt-Action Rifles You Need To Own "Springfield Model 1873" Photo: Rock Island Auction Company The venerable “Trapdoor Springfield” had served the U.S. Military well in the Plains Wars and beyond, but was well past its prime by the time America sailed for Cuba. Nonetheless, the single-shot rifles still found their way into U.S. soldiers' hands. It was a matter of necessity, given there were not enough Krag–Jørgensens to go around, yet ample Trapdoors — from the original Model 1873 clear through to the Model 1888. Typically, volunteer units ended up armed with the antiquated rifles, with a notable exception — the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, also know as the Rough Riders. Most likely, the second in command of the unit — Theodore Roosevelt — had the political clout to ensure his men were armed with the modern Krag–Jørgensen bolt-actions. The Model 1873 in all its iterations packed a punch and a half, firing the massive .45-70 Government round. Given it was a favorite of Buffalo hunters, it was more than enough to handle man-sized targets. Aside from an abysmal rate of fire for its time, the prairie cannon had one other huge chink in its armor — it was a black powder rifle. In turn, every shot gave a soldier’s position away, due to a large puff of smoke emitted from the muzzle. Little more was needed for the Spanish troops to rain hell down upon a soldier armed with a Trapdoor. Model 1895 Lee Navy Photo: Antique Military Rifles The Krag–Jørgensen may have been the U.S. Army’s first small-bore rifle, but it was not the first one adopted by America’s Armed Services. That distinction goes to this 6mm gem from Winchester. Designed by James Paris Lee — of Lee-Metford and Lee-Enfield fame — the Model 1895 Lee Navy is easily the Spanish-American War’s most unique rifle. What makes it so special is its action, which at first blush appears to be a straight pull, but is actually a camming action. This single feature made the 1895 Lee Navy a lightning-fast rifle to operate, though it did take some drilling to master the mechanism to its full extent. The rifle’s cartridge, the 6mm Lee Navy, was the smallest caliber used by the U.S. Military until the adoption of the 5.56 NATO. And it produced some pretty impressive velocities for the era, capable of pushing a 112-grain bullet more than 2,500 fps. The U.S. Marines put this ballistic potential to good use in the battles of Camp McCalla and Cuzco Well, in some cases engaging Spanish troops 1,200 yards out. The 1895 Lee Navy saw extensive use in the Pacific during the conflict, and again in the Philippine-American War.

Gun Review: Century International Arms AK-47

Gun Review: Century International Arms AK-47

/* custom css */.td_uid_2_5f379d2f13598_rand.td-a-rec-img { text-align: left; } .td_uid_2_5f379d2f13598_rand.td-a-rec-img img { margin: 0 auto 0 0; } The Century AK is built on a US-made milled receiver. As importers and manufacturers go, Century is one of the biggies, if not the biggest. And even they had headaches to deal with. When they were importing AK kits, they found many out of spec. As a result, they had to either scrap guns, or make replacement parts. Then the big change in interpretation happened. The government, in its infinite wisdom (one of these days they are going to notice that I’m so snarky, and there will be headaches for me. Until then, too bad!) decided that barrels were not a normal wear item, and a replacement part. Rational? No. We all know that barrels wear. But, as a scheme to make parts kits importation too expensive to be economically viable, it was a smart move and only a tiny bit fascistic. Once the supply of imported kits that had Commie-made barrel dried up, the parts kits had to have new, American-made barrels. And that sowed the seed of the next step, which Century has taken. Related GunDigest Articles Review: Century Arms RAS47 AK-47 Review: Krebs Custom KV-13 Tactical Shotgun: Mossberg Flex Review Enter the all American-made AK! That’s right, a rifle where all the parts are made here in the USA. No need to worry about 922(r) compliance, because that only applies to imported rifles. The Centurion has a railed polymer handguard, a place to mount lights. The Centurion 39 rifle starts as an eleven-pound block of 4140 steel. It is them machined out on a numerical machining center, computer-controlled and identical to each other. Once the receiver is done, it gets the other parts installed. The barrel has a Century-designed muzzle brake on it, their V-shaped Chevron brake, to dampen felt recoil. Now, the recoil of the 7.62X39 is not all that oppressive. And at a bit over eight pounds (hey, it is a milled receiver, remember?) the round is not going to push you around. But a brake is better than just a flash hider for a lot of people. If it offends your sensibilities, then you can just swap it out for the flash hider or slant brake of your heart’s desire. The safety, receiver cover and internal parts are all normal AK parts, and made here in the US. And that wasn’t so hard, since a lot of the internals were already being made here. You see, the incremental steps by the anti-gunners to try and control the AK importation simply made it incrementally possible to begin parts production. The trigger mechanisms are already being made, and have been for a decade. Ditto the gas piston and the furniture.

Illinois Reciprocity

Illinois reciprocity is an ongoing and growing list, albeit a small list as of the writing of this article. The definition of reciprocity is as follows: rec·i·proc·i·ty noun ˌre-sə-ˈprä-s(ə-)tē : a situation or relationship in which two people or groups agree to do something similar for each other, to allow each other to have the same rights, etc. : a reciprocal arrangement or relationship “Reciprocity.” Merriam-Webster.com . Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 10 Sept. 2014. <http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/reciprocity> Now understanding the agreement between the parties or States, in this instance, involves Concealed Carry Permits I am sure that there is a lot of not only legal maneuvering but also politics involved. The official line in Illinois is that we will not be reciprocal with any state that does not require AT LEAST the same amount of training that it requires to obtain a "Concealed Carry Permit" . Being a strong advocate of training, part of me understands the concept. Then other part believes if your home state trusts you to carry, whether it is concealed or otherwise, why is Illinois different than your home state? I guess that begins the argument of National Reciprocity. National Reciprocity is a movement that would be mandated by the Federal Government to all states that they MUST recognize each others Concealed Carry Permits. This would enable any citizen possessing a Concealed Carry Permit to travel freely across the Country without fear of entering a State that does not recognize your CCW and you consequently find yourself in serious legal trouble. As with everything in life, “If it sounds too good to be true…It’s too good to be true.” Enter our politicians. The Anti Gun contingency wants to tie the National Reciprocity to a National Gun Registry. This would mean that any gun that you own, or at least want to carry, would have to be registered with the Federal Government. This is a huge stumbling block creating a National Registry of gun owners and the firearms they own. Many believe that this would eventually lead to a confiscation movement. In past history this has been the path many other Governments, what ever their form, have used to confiscate firearms from their populace. Good argument to say the least. Many of us who have an Illinois Concealed Carry permit have now, or have had a Concealed Carry Permit with another state to assist with the reciprocity issue. Even today I maintain my out of state CCW to cover many of the states that Illinois isn’t reciprocal with. With time, I am sure the list of states that Illinois becomes reciprocal with will grow, making it easier to travel our country without fear of inadvertently crossing a line that puts us at legal risk. Illinois Reciprocity as of the writing of this article is as follows: Michigan Indiana Kentucky Tennessee North Carolina Alabama Mississippi Arkansas Missouri Iowa South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Idaho Utah Arizona Nevada Wisconsin www.usconcealed.com/travel/

Best AR-15 Lower Vise Blocks 2020 Top Picks Reviewed

Are you looking for the best AR-15 lower vise block? If so, you’re not alone. There are probably a handful of AR-15 owners like you looking for the same thing. But which lower vise block will be best for you in the long term? That’s the question we’ll be answering today. Since you’re currently looking for a lower vise block, we decided to give you a good head start by hand-picking five of the best on the market. We’ve chosen these based on a few factors you may consider the determining factor in your final purchasing decision. Prior to unveiling the list, we’ll be taking a look at what an AR-15 lower vise block does and how you can choose one for your own. At a Glance: Our Top Picks for AR15 Lower Vise Blocks OUR TOP PICK: Real Avid Smart-Fit Vise Block Magpul BEV Block – AR-15/M4 BEST BUDGET OPTION: Real Avid Master Bench Block Comparison of the Best AR-15 "Lower Vise Block" s IMAGE PRODUCT Our Top Pick "Real Avid Smart" - "Fit Vise Block" Includes a Pivot Lock Adjustment Handle for Easy Adjustments Fits .223 and 5.56 NATO Chambered Rifles. View Latest PriceRead Customer Reviews Magpul BEV Block – AR-15/M4 Supports Many AR-15 and M4 Upper and Lower Receivers Support Shank Made From Steel for Excellent Support and Security Made From High-Quality Steel and Polymer for All-Around Durability "View Latest Price" → "Read Customer Reviews" Best Budget Option "Real Avid Master" Bench Block Overmolded for a Better, No-Slip Grip Magnets Included to Hold Your Pins and Springs in Place Holds All Your Key AR-15 Parts While You’re Repairing or Maintaining Your Rifle View Latest PriceRead Customer Reviews What is a Lower Vise Block and What Are They Used For? A lower vise block is used when you are looking to make necessary repairs or installations on your AR-15 rifle. It is a heavy-duty block designed to firmly hold your rifle in place while preventing the rifle from getting crushed, twisted, or damaged in some other way. It is also guaranteed not to leave any scratches on your rifle in the areas where it’s held in place. How to Choose a Lower Vise Block As you’re choosing a lower vise block, you should consider a few aspects that will determine your final purchasing decision. These are the same aspects we’ve considered while finding a vise block to add to our list of reviews. The only difference is, you’ll need to choose one. With that said, here’s what we recommend you look for as your search progresses: Price If you’re a budget shopper, you’ll probably hold the price tag to higher importance. The cost should not be the only reason you choose a lower vise block, though. You should pay attention to the overall quality and function of the lower vise block. This way, you can determine if it’s excellent in quality or if it’s a cheap, low-quality model. Material The overall quality will depend on the kind of materials being used. Most materials that manufacturers use for these lower vise grips will be either aluminum, steel, or polymer. While they’re best known for being durable and impervious to damage, they also are the best materials to use when you want to protect your lower receiver from any scratches, scuffs, abrasions, or other types of damage. Adjustments Lefty loosey and righty tighty. Those are the words that are stuck in our heads when adjusting our vises. The question you need to ask is: how easy can it be to achieve a secure grip? Find a vise block that will allow for smooth and easy adjustments. At the same time, you’ll need to make sure that while the vise is tight enough, it won’t be able to crush or seriously damage your AR-15 rifle. Quick Take - The Best AR-15 Lower Vise Blocks These are our recommendations for the best AR-15 lower vise blocks: ​Real Avid Smart-Fit Vise Block Magpul BEV Block – AR-15/M4 Real Avid Master Bench Block Review of the Best AR-15 Lower Vise Blocks Below is a list of five of the best AR-15 lower vise blocks. Your mission is to find the vise block that will best fit your personal needs and wants. At the same time, you’ll need to consider whether or not the lower vise block you’re looking at might be worth the long-term use. So it’s important to look through each of these vise blocks carefully so you know what’s included and what to expect. With that in mind, let’s kick off our list by unveiling our “best overall” AR-15 lower vise block: Best Overall: Real Avid S​​mart-Fit Vise Block CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Very Easy to Use Eliminates the Use of Shims Tightens Up Nicely Without Crushing or Damaging the Rifle. Cons None First on the docket, we’ll be taking a look at the Real Avid Smart-Fit Vise Block. If you’re looking for a great vise block you can use for the purpose of making routine maintenance to your AR-15 rifle or if you just want something to hold it still while you’re installing an accessory or two, this might be what you need. This vise is designed to handle 5.56 NATO or .223 caliber AR-15 rifles. It will hold the rifle in place so you can easily access the underside for easier cleaning. Plus, rotating the vise in order to tighten the rifle in place will be a breeze. If you’re looking for a vise that will be easy to use and won’t be a challenge to make a few adjustments, the Smart-Fit Vise Block might be exactly what you’ll need. It is, in our opinion, the best of the best in terms of lower vise blocks for AR-15 rifles. You’d be crazy to pass up on the opportunity to give this a further look if this further piques your interest. Bottom Line This lower vise block has proven itself worthy of the “best overall” honor. This is easy to use and to make adjustments if things seem a little off. And you can hold the rifle in nice and tight while you’re maintaining or making repairs to your rifle. If you love your rifle, it’s always a great idea to take care of it. And if you take care of your rifle often, a great vise block like the Real Avid Smart-Fit is something you might rely on. Runner-up: Magpul BEV Block – AR-15/M4 CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Easy to Use and Adjust Holds Your Rifle Securely in Place. No Wiggle or Wobbling Super Durable Materials Do a Great Job Protecting Your Rifle From Potential Damage Cons One Reviewer Complained it Doesn’t Lock onto the Lower Mag Well One User Said the Upper Receiver is Slightly Loose, Even When the Rifle is Securely in Place Now, we’ll be turning out attention to the Magpul BEV Block AR-15/M4. If you want a more secure hold like nothing else, the Magpul BEV Block might be something you’ll want to consider giving a closer look. If you have a forged or billet upper receiver, this vise block will easily be able to support it. And it will hold it in place without inflicting any kind of damage. This is made from a combination of steel and polymer and it is quite hard to damage. It will also do a great job making sure your rifle stays in place while you work on it. The polymer end of the block is designed to protect your aluminum receivers from scratches, scrapes, and other kinds of abrasions while it’s safe and secure in its place. Also included is the O-ring and support pin to ensure that your rifle stays in place and doesn’t wobble or wiggle around while you clean or maintain it. If you want the best vise in terms of quality, then you’ve got it. That’s because every Magpul BEV Block is made in the United States of America and follows strict quality guidelines to ensure your vise block is not some cheap, easy to break kind of unit. If you want something that is built for the long-term, this is the product you’ll want for your AR-15 rifle. Bottom Line Magpul has long been considered one of the most reliable brands on the market. One of their signature habits is manufacturing their accessories with a high-quality polymer. Their aim is to provide you with a long-term option so it will last you years, maybe decades. This vise block is no exception. It delivers the same kind of performance you’d expect from anything else from Magpul. Super durable and reliable, this might be worth the investment if these are the two things you want to get out of a lower vise block. 3. Real Avid Master Bench Block CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Makes Assembling and Disassembling Worry-Free Fits Large Enough Parts Like Gas Blocks Without Any Issues of Cluttering Great to Have While You Need Something to Keep Your Parts Close By While Building an AR-15 Cons None For our next product, we’ll be returning to the Real Avid Master brand. Here, we’ll be taking a look at their AR-15 bench block. If you’re looking for a bench block that will hold all of your key parts together and will allow for easy removal of springs, pins, and everything in between, this might be worth a closer look. This has an over-molded outer grip that will prevent it from slipping out of your hands or off the bench it’s tacked onto. This also has magnets so it can easily grab and store the pins that hold your rifle parts together all in one place. Never again will you have to worry about losing all of your pins and springs as you’re disassembling your rifle. Plus, the search game will be a thing of the past. This is great to have while your rifle is currently locked in a vise. If you worry about losing parts like the small pins and springs, you’ll have a place to put them. This bench block will also fit other parts like gas blocks, trigger assemblies, and all the other necessary parts you don’t want to lose while you’re repairing or cleaning your rifle. Bottom Line No assembly or disassembly would be complete without having a bench block handy. All you need to do is place each part in the box for safe storage. That way, you know where they are when the time comes to replace them for re-assembly. No more will you have to worry about setting them off to the side or accidentally misplacing them, especially when you’re dealing with small parts like pins and springs. If you’re getting a vise block like the ones up above and need something to hold your parts during the cleaning process, the Real Avid Master Bench Block is definitely worth having. 4. Action Block & Lower Vise Block Set CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros A Great Vise Block for the Price it's Going for Fits Nice and Tight With Most Rifles and Receivers Keeps the Rifle in Place and Doesn’t Wobble During Maintenance Cons Might Be a Little Too Big to Accept Different Tolerances Some Filing or Sanding Might Be Needed Prior to Initial Use "One Reviewer Complained" His AR-15 Lower Receiver Had a Hard Time Staying in Place If you’re looking for a lower vise block that is affordable for most budgets, then you’ll love what we’ve chosen for you. This is the Brownells’ Action Block and Lower Vise Block Set. The vise block is designed to hold your AR-15 and M16 rifles in place without risking any further damage. This means it will make for easy maintenance or installation (assuming you’re installing a new accessory). The blocks are made from high-quality urethane that allows you all kinds of grip-like force, but won’t be able to crush your lower receiver. The last thing you want to do is deal with a vise block that will break something that might eventually cost you a lot of money for a replacement. The vise will be tight enough to ensure that your rifle is nice and secure while you’re cleaning, repairing, or installing an additional accessory. You can be sure you won’t get any kind of wiggling or wobbling. This will easily lock to your magazine port and stay in place until you’re finished. If you’re looking for an excellent lower vise block without breaking the bank, there’s a good chance you may want to consider the "Brownells’ Action Block" and Lower Vise Block. You get a good grip and the ability to work on your rifle while it stays nice and secure, making your work just a little easier. Bottom Line If you’re looking for a super durable lower vise block that will do its job and won’t drain your bank account, the Brownells’ brand lower vise block could just be the one you might want. Aside from being quite affordable, it definitely does a good job holding your rifle in place. Especially if you’re just taking a few minutes of your time installing something like an optic or a muzzle brake. If you were looking for something flimsy and cheap, you won’t find it with this vise block. 5. Present Arms Inc - AR-15 Lower Receiver Repair Block CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros No Scratches or Damage Left Behind Can Work Well With Buffer Tube Blocks Holds the Lower Receiver Nice and Secure Cons May Be a Little Pricey for Most Budget Shoppers May Need to Purchase the Alignment Block if You Intend to Use it for Better Results Last, but not least, we’ll be taking a look at the Present Arms AR-15 Lower "Receiver Repair Block" . This is made from high-quality polymer. Not only is it durable, but it will do an excellent job providing overall support for your AR-15 rifle’s lower receiver. If you want to hold it in place for sure, you can use the receiver’s takedown and pivot pins. Once secure, you can maintain, clean, or if necessary, make some installments on any parts so you can make your AR-15 receiver more reliable. Nothing makes your AR-15 rifle run more smoothly than a much-needed upgrade, whatever that might be. This is the vise block you can use if you want to secure your rifle in either the regular upright position or in an inverted position. Either way, you can use this vise while you’re assembling or disassembling the rifle itself. This product will be more effective if you’re using the alignment block from the same brand. If you’re looking for a vise block you can rely on while providing whatever maintenance you can on your rifle’s lower receiver, look no further than this vise block provided by the Present Arms brand. Bottom Line If you’re looking for a vise block solely for the lower receiver of your rifle, then you’re probably going to want something like the Present Arms. This is best used for upgrading or repairing the parts on your lower end, like your trigger assembly. Maybe your trigger pull is a little too heavy and wants to upgrade it to something lighter. Or maybe you just want to clean it up. This will keep the lower receiver secure as you are cleaning out all the dust, dirt, and residue so it stays fully functional and free from any malfunctions. How to Use a Lower Vise Blocks Using a vise block can be a challenge if you have no clue on how to use it. But if you follow the simple instructions below, you’ll be able to use one like a pro in no time. Here’s what you need to do: As always, safety first. Check to see if you are free and clear from any live rounds. The magazine well should be empty, as well as the chamber. Once you’re clear, disassemble. Take the lower receiver and using the mag well, slide it through the lower vise block. You have the option of sliding it in either the inverted or upright position. Disassemble any parts that may be still assembled in the lower receiver itself. Or if you’re using it to clean the lower receiver, use any cloths, oils, or solvents that you use and clean thoroughly. Once finished, reassemble everything and double check that all parts are secure. Conclusion If you’re looking for the best AR-15 lower vise block, your search might end here. Once you have chosen one of the products listed above, be sure to do some further research before making your final decision. Get a good idea of what people are saying and determine whether or not if it will be best for your own AR-15 rifle. At some point, you’ll need to clean, maintain, or even make some additional installations to it. So why not find a good lower vise block that will help you get the job done?

Summary

Trending: Best Places to Buy Ammo Online and [Buyer's Guide] 7 Best AR-15s JOHNSON CITY, TN — Local man Marshall Tuckerson, age 73, voiced his disgust at the cancellation of this year’s NRA Annual Meeting (NRAAM) in Nashville, TN. Previously scheduled for April 16-19, 2020, the event was shuttered over COVID-19 concerns. “I won’t be able to quickly draw my loaded .