Gun Gear X-Truder 9mm Home Defense Ammunition In Fort Hood, TX
Our 124 grain projectile is a high performance bullet that works for any of you preferred 9mm handguns. Every component has this magnificent bullet has been engineered with only premium material. The special oxidized hybrid hollow point projectile will not foul your barrel, but it will expand creating maximum destruction when impacting you target.
The two-piece shell case is engineered to make it 50% lighter and 2x stronger than brass with a 65,000 psi rating. It outperforms nickel-plated brass on every level. The uniform wall thickness and proprietary assembly techniques makes for reliable and consistent velocity. The brass is reloadable, ejects cool to touch, is magnetic so you easily retrieve to reload, and is MADE IN THE USA!
The powder used is a fast burning, porous handgun powder that includes an added decoppering agent to keep you gun clean and more reliable!
All ammunition is loaded and distributed from St. George, Utah USA!
Bullet Weight: 124 Grain
Bullet Style: Hybrid Hollow Point
Muzzle Velocity: 1100 Feet per second avg.
Lead Free: No
Case Type: Nickel Alloy Stainless (Virgin)
Test Barrel Length: 4.5”
The main three categories of shooters are: precision shooters, hunters, and sportsmen.
In the world of precision shooting, bipods are a given, but we are starting to see more shooting tripods like the Dallama Gear SSTX. Precision shooting is synonymous with snipers in the military. The purpose of a sniper is to engage enemy targets from positions of concealment and/or at distances exceeding detection. A successful sniper needs to be accurate in whatever situation they are engaging in.
To this day American snipers are being issued some kind of shooting bipod. The most common bipod in the military has been the Harris Bipod. Harris Engineering, Inc. was founded on July 11th, 1979 in Barlow, Kentucky by Gerald Harris, Margaret Harris, and Susan Wilkerson. A version of their bipod has proven reliable in two wars and in all sorts of fighting conditions.
Popular Bipod And Tripod Types In Fort Hood, TX
Other bipods, like the Sinclair F-Class Bipod, are being used in F-Class events. It's quite cumbersome but very effective in that style of precision shooting. Other popular bipods and tripods in and around Fort Hood, TX include the following:
Accu-Shot BT46-LW17 Atlas bipod
BT10 V8 Atlas Bipod
Do-All Outdoors Dead on Bipod Shooting Stick
Harris Engineering S-LM Hinged Bipod
For hunters in Fort Hood, TX, accuracy is still important, but now mobility becomes crucial. Any good hunter knows that some lateral and horizontal adjustments are a must. Game appear out of nowhere and are often moving. Stability will always be important to keep the shot on line, but one has to quickly change the angle and position of the gun to get the shot off.This is where shooting sticks (a type of bipod) have been effective. Some monopods are being used, but both of these can become cumbersome.
Shooting Tripods In Fort Hood, TX
Shooting tripods are showing to be very useful because they can often take the place of shooting sticks and monopods. A great example of this is the OTM, carbon fiber shooting tripod. It has a fold-up tent pole action (18 inches) and weighs as much as some traditional bipods.
The OTM, attaches to a picatinny rail system and extends to 67 inches for standing and shooting. Other tripods on the market are great for stability and mobility, but they often weigh too much for long hikes. Some more popular shooting tripods include:
Really Right Stuff Sour TVC-33
Crux Ordnance PMG
Primos Hunting Trigger Sticks
Spartan Precision Equipment Sentinel Tripod
Sportsman Shooters In Fort Hood, TX
The sportsman is someone I would define as an avid shooter. A sportsman is someone who likes to do a little precision shooting as well as get out and do some hunting. Many sportsmen in and around Fort Hood, TX have a variety of guns ranging from a traditional deer hunting rifle to an AR-15 style .223 or 5.56. A sportsman needs practicality with their shooting bipods and tripods. They often want something they can use on a variety of guns. When buying a shooting bipod or shooting tripod in Fort Hood, TX you might want to consider getting one of each.
Get a bipod and tripod that you can easily swap between guns. Of course, if you can only get one, the tripod, like the SSTX, will give you the biggest bang for your buck. This shooting tripod is lightweight, can fold up on your gun, has multiple shooting heights and positions, and gives you both mobility and stability.
To learn more about purchasing the right shooting bipod or shooting tripod in Fort Hood, TX, give us a call and we can get you in touch with someone that can help.
Choosing The Handgun Perfect For You For Self Defense And Concealed Carry
Do you know all the Handgun regulations? You need to! Do you know where you can purchase a quality Handgun, or find a qualified firearms instructor that has the right credentials and city or state licensing? We at US Precision Defense do, we have all the information that you will need.
“God made man, Sam Colt made men equal, but John Browning keeps men free.” Yes, this is a variant of the original quote, but yet, it does ring true!
There is an incredibly wide variety of six-shooters and pieces specifically designed for self preservation. A significant portion, if not nearly all of the models for virtually every firearm manufacturer that makes a firearm, are either specially designed for CCW or can be used for both CCW or OC. Everything from a .25 auto piece up to a .44 magnum six-shooter can be used for and or adapted to a self preservation role as a CCW firearm during a dangerous confrontation.
There is a firearm for every resident’s needs in size, bullet, configuration, trigger kit, and ability to carry hidden. Before making a final determination, it is suggested that you talk to several different CCW trainers, and take the opportunity to open fire every firearm you are considering in order to find the one that best fits your hand, your competence as a shooter, and your circumstance.
Typically, an automatic piece requires more instruction for all possible open fire scenarios than that of a six-shooter. This is a result of automatic pieces having a longer learning curve, usually due to its functionality of the movement of the slide, sight picture, proper hand placement, and the activation and deactivation of any safeties.
Many prefer the use of a six-shooter as a self preservation firearm due to its ease of use and high reliability, they virtually never have any bullets jamming, Also, due to their double action feature, there is significantly less risk of an accidental discharge.
There is a never-ending debate regarding the number of bullets that a self preservation firearm holds, and many six-shooter enthusiasts will refer to this quote; “It is not the number of rounds you fire, it is the accuracy of the first shot fired”