Here's a quick look at The Acid Tactical brand light kit that comes with an LED light, a remote pressure switch that you can mount anywhere on the gun, an 18650 battery AND CHARGER, and a rail mount for about $26.
You can buy a small roll of Velcro at walmart for $2- in the sewing/crafts area- to use to mount the pressure switch. I'd advise you NOT mount the switch in the same place you usually put your hand. This helps accidentally triggering the light when you don't want to. .It should still be convenient and easy to use, but not mounted somewhere that you can accidentally squeeze it and give away your location (and possibly blind yourself in the dark!)
So far, with indoor testing, the light works well. I'd MUCH rather have this on my home defense weapon than no light at all. If you want a budget friendly entry-level light, this just might suit your needs. It's also sold my a small family owned business ( that's one of the main reasons for making this video).
Tactical Indoor Training System- 1200 Round Torture Test!
EASY and CHEAP tp build- this set up will give you an affordable way to practice and train at home.
You can use these to do a lot of different drills, and you can get in some cheap practice before you go to the range.
It's easy and safe to practice things like transitioning from one shoulder to the other and firing with your 'weak' hand... or practice shooting around barricades and corners, or practice room clearing!!! Practice with your flashlights or weapons mounted lights! It's extremely difficult to find a range that will let you practice low light shooting- but now you can get realistic practice at home!
TONS of possibilities!
Showing you a CHEAP, easy to make indoor airsoft BB trap that lets you shoot and train indoors.
You can do a BUNCH of different shooting drills with this- from 'Ready Ups" to room clearing, and even using a weapons light!
The basic rifle drill is called a "Ready...UP".. you hold the rifle at the ready position, and then the triner calss "UP!" amd you lift teh gun up, align the sights and squeeze teh trigger.
Go slow and then build up your speed after you learn to be accurate. Slow is smooth, and smooth is fast. And only hits count!
Start close to the traget when you are first trying this out. Then you can distance and speed as you improve.
Drill #2 is a ready up with a 'double tap (2 fast shots)
Drill # 3 is a 180 Ready UP... Still a ready UP- BUT you start out with your back to the target- so you have to turn, find/acquire the target, aim and then shoot- it's a LOT more difficult that just standing in place and shooting.
You can use multiple BB traps to add variety and excitement... have a buddy call out "left" or "right" and then you have to turn and shoot the target that in the direction he called out. Or put different targets on the different boxes and have them call "blue" or "red" or "square" or Circle" - depending on the shape or color of the target.The more targets, the more difficult and challenging it gets.
These are all standard rifle drills and examples videos can be found easily.
Step by step instructions for building a SUPER VERSATILE and HIGHLY EFFECTIVE training tool. The tire can work you legs, your core AND your upper body.
The tire was FREE- I went by a tire shop and asked for an old worn out tire and they let me pick from a pile of them- and wouldn't even take money for it!
Bolts and hardware were less than $5- but you make do with some paracord for the loop/eye bolt, and some cheap rope instead of a tow strap. - But straps are cheap, strong and versatile .
I'll put up a few workout examples to give you an idea of the possibilities.
Showing some moves with the ultimate workout tool- the tire sled!
(OK, so this is in a nice park and not an urban area...BUT, I've done this same workout in a ghetto-ass park, and I promise- even hoodrats give you a wide berth when you're the crazy dude dragging a tire down the street.
It's good to be strong!
Just by replacing the short, cheap screws found in most home doors, you can significantly reduce the chance of burglary or home invasion. Or at least gain enough warning to avail yourself of a means of self defense. If you secure the door jamb lock plates as shown and also replace a screw in each hinge, then at that point, usually it's the door that will give out before the frame does. Use 3 inch or 3 and1/2 inch screw that fit the holes in the plates. You can buy the 2 screws for $2 at any hardware store. Or buy a bigger box of them if you have a lot of doors to do. Use the extras for your friends and neighbors.