Chris @ Detroit Bullet Works

BIO: Christopher Jones is the owner of Detroit Bullet Works; he has been a member of the shooting sports since childhood competing in several different disciplines including F-Class 1000yd, IDPA, & many others. In early 2005 he started Detroit Bullet Works allowing him to use all of the knowledge and expertise accumulated while competing to bring a superior product to the ammunition market. Christopher is also an NRA certified instructor and Range Safety Officer, possessing the credentials to teach CPL Classes, Metallic Cartridge Reloading, as well as Rifle and Shot Gun.

The Third Most Fun “Button” On An AR

I recently installed the Armaspec Tactical Combat Button on one of my ARs it was that basic AR I had floating around for when someone wants to go the range and use up all your ammo to get that “Black Rifle” experience under their belt, just nothing special about it. Well I got to feeling bad for it, it always …

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Musical Ballistics

What does music have to do with ballistics? Well this chronographs closest relative is an electric guitar yes you read that correctly. Here is it is in a more simple explanation a standard chronograph uses optical sensors to measure velocity, this revolutionary device uses a magnetic field very similar to the pickup on an electric guitar. I have been loading …

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Blitzkrieg Components 9mm Hydraulic AR Buffer Review

[egg id=”1″] One of my favorite guns to run out and have some fun with is Rock River 9mm LAR-9. It has all the ergonomics of the AR platform combined with the cost efficiency and low recoil of the 9mm round. Not to mention it’s just a lot of fun to shoot! Now the fact that I already LOVE this …

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1000 Environmentally Friendly Lumens

  LED LENSER® F1R I decided that it was time to shop for a new EDC light, the one that I have carried for a few years now still works great and has its uses. However, technology has changed so much that I thought it was time to look around. One particular light really caught my eye Leatherman’s LED Lenser …

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Here is a device for discipating incandescent gases

Everybody has a flash hider on their AR in some iteration; some are fancy some are utilitarian some cost big $$ some you picked up at the local gun show out of a bin of parts on the table that some shady guy was selling! Whatever your choice is, do you know what it is doing for you? Flash Hiders …

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Here is a great way to make your own Gun Porn

So for my past few trips to the range I have been using the Inteliscope Pro I had no experience with the earlier iterations of this platform with some of those I heard mixed reviews and wasn’t in a hurry to get my hands on one. Though I have to say I always thought, it was a neat concept. I …

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Ever Wonder What Happens When A Nut Tests A Bolt?

When I got this Rubber City Armory bolt with BlacknitridePlus™  it already had some miles on it, I kind of like that. It makes my job a little easier as a reviewer, somebody else has already put some rounds on it and gives me a chance to look at some of the wear and tear it has on it, as …

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I can get you an “MBA” for $139……

For that price you will get your very own MBA! Modular Buttstock Assembly…. O.K. I laughed, and sometimes that’s all it takes is a little childish humor…. Now on to the good stuff! So this one was handed to me by 248Shooter and he asked me to really look at this one good. My background as an F-Class & Benchrest …

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Recover Tactical CC3 Grip and Rail System Review

I recently had the pleasure of installing and shooting the Recover CC3 Grip & Rail System on one of my 1911s. The fit and finish is extremely nice, it is a precisely sculpted piece tucking in where it needs to and hugging the firearm ever so snugly! Upon taking the two sides out of the package, along with all the …

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Rubber City Armory RCA Muzzle Break Review

Rubber City Armory based out of Akron Ohio has developed a coating solution called BlackNitridePlus℠. This is an all American based family business that uses American steel, raw materials, and work force to make quality products. A trademarked process that transforms a metal surface into a material that’s harder than the substrate itself. It’s enhanced properties reduce friction so well …

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