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Reflex & Red Dot vs. Holographic Optics Explained

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Nov 10th 2021

Reflex & Red Dot vs. Holographic Optics Explained
Red dots, holographics, ACOGs, Aimpoints, what does it all mean?! Today, we're going to clear up the misconceptions and mysteries about red dot optics. Let's clear up what types of red dots there a … read more

Muzzle Brakes vs. Flash Hiders vs. Compensators

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Nov 10th 2021

Muzzle Brakes vs. Flash Hiders vs. Compensators
Muzzle devices! There are lots of 'em. You've got muzzle brakes, and flash hiders, and compensators, and suppressor. What's the difference between all of these? What's a pinned and welded flash … read more

The Guide to Sig P320 Grip Modules

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Nov 4th 2021

The Guide to Sig P320 Grip Modules
If you've read our P320 Build Guide, then you're probably wondering how to easily convert your newly built Sig Sauer pistol between its various sizes, barrel lengths, and calibers. That's accomplis … read more

How to Duracoat Camouflage an AR-15

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Aug 3rd 2021

How to Duracoat Camouflage an AR-15
You bought or built a shiny new AR-15. Congratulations! But it looks just like every other AR out there. What do you do? You paint it. But how? Easy: We're going to show you how to use Duracoat - a … read more

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