Welcome to my 2016 countdown of the top ten video games with the best graphics from last year. Any gaming countdown has room for discussion, so I want to hear your opinions. After seeing my choices, leave a comment telling me what games you thought were ranked too high, what games were ranked too low, and what games should have been included but weren’t.
If you’re in the market for a new rifle, this review will help you make a decision as to whether the Tavor Bullpup or an AR-15 carbine is better for your needs as a shooter. Both are 5.56 semi-automatic civilian versions of military rifles, the TAR 21 and the M16 and variants, respectively. The M16 has seen service since the Vietnam War, and its variants are used by military, law enforcement, and private security in over 80 countries. The TAR 21- Tavor Assault Rifle, 21st Century- has seen combat in the hands of the Israel Defense Forces since 2001, and units in 24 other countries, including the United States, have adopted TAR 21 for use in some capacity. The Tavor has only been available in the US civilian market for a few years, but it is quickly gaining popularity. The AR-15, on the other hand, is the most popular rifle in the United States.
To start the technical review, I’ll give a brief overview of materials design and operating mechanism of the rifles. Then, I will compare their performance in accuracy, reliability, and functionality. Size and weight considerations (SAWC), and philosophy of use (POU) (thanks Nutnfancy...), upgrades, and accessories are subcategories within functionality.
I will start this blog by emphasizing and reiterating that I am nobody special, and my life is no more important than anyone else’s. In the domain of professional industries and organizations, I am still near the bottom tier in terms of experience. This blog post just provides context for my intermittent long periods of absence from YouTube for the last 6 months.
So what makes a “gaming router” a “gaming router”? With many electronics, and headsets are the worst offenders, the “gaming” branding is just exactly that- the branding, but with cost and performance significantly below comparative value to other electronics without the “gaming” branding. Does the Netduma R1 continue the trend of overpriced peripherals with “gaming” branding, or are its features actually worth paying the premium for instead of opting for a more budget-minded option?
I’m back reviewing another CZ platform pistol, the SP-01 Tactical. This one is not my personal firearm. It belongs to my dad, and he has great taste, seeing as it was not only his first pistol purchase, but overall firearm purchase as well. In Maryland, it’s a longer process to get a pistol. We have to take a handgun qualification course and get fingerprinted before purchasing the pistol. My dad saw it worthwhile to get his Handgun Qualification License (HQL) just so he could get this pistol, which shows just how much allure the CZ SP-01 has.