FRONT SIGHTS

Tactical World - - Contents - — Mike Sear­son, Editor

Wel­come back to an­other ex­cit­ing edi­tion of Tac­ti­cal World!

If you were to look back over the past 30 years or so and iden­tify the one ma­jor in­no­va­tion that has helped our warfighters dom­i­nate the bat­tle­field as in­di­vid­ual sol­diers, sailors and Marines, there is only one ob­vi­ous an­swer. Night vi­sion.

This same tech­nol­ogy has, in re­cent years, helped law en­force­ment tac­ti­cal teams take out the real bad guys be­cause it gives them an ad­van­tage dur­ing the time the worst things in life can hap­pen—at night, in the dark. Night vi­sion is a very ex­pen­sive op­tion; how­ever if you need it, you’ll want the best you can af­ford. We put to­gether a buyer’s guide to help you make an in­formed de­ci­sion. But, we re­al­ize there is a lan­guage to night vi­sion all its own that can be con­fus­ing, so we had an ex­pert break down the com­po­nents of the ideal set of night vi­sion gog­gles, from tubes to mounts.

Far from be­ing a one-trick pony, we sought out some of the best gear and weapons we could find, whether it’s a state-of-the-art pre­ci­sion gas gun in 6.5

Creed­moor by Cobalt Ki­net­ics, or the lat­est SIG 320, ship­ping with a red-dot sight from the fac­tory.

Ad­di­tion­ally, we in­cor­po­rated some thoughts on con­cealed carry, our fol­low up to Rob Pin­cus’ story about us­ing ri­fles around ve­hi­cles, and we’re fea­tur­ing some out­stand­ing new prod­ucts and a num­ber of tips and tac­tics that could po­ten­tially save your life or the lives of oth­ers.

En­joy this is­sue, train like a mad­man, fight like a war­rior and most of all … stay safe.

“… TRAIN LIKE A MAD­MAN, FIGHT LIKE A WAR­RIOR AND MOST OF ALL … STAY SAFE.”

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