248 Shooter

248 Shooter
Charles is the editor and lead writer for 248 Shooter, a Michigan based gun, news and gear review site. An avid student, taking classes from top tier trainers around the country. Charles is not LEO, Military or Invested in the companies he reviews. The goal of all articles is to show an gun fan enthusiasts opinions on popular products in the market. The opinions expressed are individual opinions that we hope you enjoy reading and offer a unique user perspective that may be of assistance. Charles shares his love for training as well as experience and opinions on some of the most talked about gear and products used by competitive shooters, military, leo and civilians. Ever a supporter of the Michigan economy, the hunting sports and the 2nd amendment.

Review – Vanguard Advanced VG2 by Raven Concealment

James Yager is not shy and has no issue telling you how he appendix carried before it was called appendix carry. He’s not alone, my uncle, an officer with the NY State Police back in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s would Appendix carry a J frame without a holster. For many the idea of a gun tucked in your belt …

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5 Years After, The Brian Terry Foundation Fund Raiser

248Shooter, Gat Daily and a slew of other Michigan and National companies are proud to support Trek and MDFI in their Annual Brian Terry Foundation Fund Raiser. We are proud to be a part of this as a donating member and Thank Trek, Doug of ATEi and all those involved in putting this together. This year the fundraising is being …

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The Gift of Gun Rights for Christmas

Another terror attack and another series of talking heads telling you and the sheep of America it’s time to limit gun rights. I know that everything is cyclical and what happened once will happen again, but can we just agree that this constant blaming of responsible gun owners for the actions of criminals and terrorist is unfounded. So what are …

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AT Armor S.T.O.P Body Armor Review

After the events that occurred in San Berdino the other day, we decided to move some reviews around and push this one to the top. Armor plates for years have been something you bought if your department allowed you to, you are in a militia, or you wanted that cool guy factor at a class. It was not super common …

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Dissecting the Media’s Slant on the San Bernardino Attack

Yesterday the US faced its deadliest mass shooting since Sandy Hook. Gun control advocates like Hillary Clinton and Pres Obama wasted no time demanding stricter gun control before any facts have been available.  Gun rights groups took to their podiums to declare that California is the gun control capital of the US, and this proves gun control does not work. …

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Hydrapak Stash Collapsible Bottle Review

Over the years, we have highlighted EDC bags, truck kits, go bags, and just about anything else that puts essential gear at your finger tips. In addition to an EDC bag that I take most places and a truck emergency kit, I keep a get home bag. Having experienced the transit shutdown and chaos in NY following 911, of all …

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Next Level Armament Charging Handle Review

Charging handles are one of those parts that nobody really thought of until a few years ago. With lefties requiring an almost liberal level of “equality” (sarcasm) and larger optics being mounted on the AR platform, gun owners started looking for ambidextrous as well as larger grip space on their charging handles. Just about everyone has taken a stab at …

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The New Raven Concealment Systems Morrigan Holster

Named after a war deity from Irish mythology, the Morrigan is quite different from the products that customers are accustomed to seeing from Raven. “Historically, RCS is known for extremely modular, multi-functional designs,” said John Chapman, CEO of Raven Concealment Systems. “With the Morrigan, our goal was to create a much simpler design that was very application-specific. The Morrigan is …

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Company Spotlight: Midwest Industries

We recently had a chance to sit with Troy the owner of Midwest Industries. The opportunity presented itself in a less than typical manner. It is no secret that I have worked closely with Steve Fisher on several projects this year. This relationship afforded me the ability to travel with him to classes around the country. While this traveling is …

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Low Light Handgun and Carbine, Sentinel Concepts AAR

Date: Oct 23,34 4pm-12am Location: Alliance PD Range Weather: Chilly on the 23rd, Pouring rain 24th If there is one quote that sums up the class with Sentinel Concepts it’s, “You don’t know what you don’t know till you know that you don’t know it.” Gear: IGFS modified G19 Inforce APL Magpul GL9 Magazines Forest City Tactical Holster Tuff Products …

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