** This giveaway has ended, but be sure to check the Inside Gun Digest Books blog for more chances to win great Gun Digest books.**
When Patrick Sweeney said he was going to put a batch of ARs through some intense torture testing to do gun reviews, we had no idea he’d go this far.
To find out just how much abuse these ARs could withstand, Sweeney:
- Buried them in dirt and sand
- Submerged them in water
- Dropped them from heights
- Ran them over with trucks
- Froze them
- Blasted them with a shotgun
And then he fired them, documenting the entire process in photos! The results appear in Gun Digest Book of the AR-15 Volume 4.
This week, we’re giving away a copy of Gun Digest Book of the AR-15 Volume 4 to one lucky winner. To enter the random drawing, just post a comment below telling us about the worst conditions your gun has been subjected to (intentional, or not!) and still functioned.
Or, as always, you can just say you’d like to win the giveaway.
Entries will be accepted until midnight Wednesday (March 6, 2013) and we’ll announce the winner Thursday (March 7) in the Inside Gun Digest Books blog.
For the curious, chapters in Gun Digest Book of the AR-15 Volume 4 include:
- Cute Little 300s
- 300 AAC Blackout
- 300 Whisper
- CMMG .300 Blackout
- Wilson 762
- Alexander Arms .17 HMR
- Delton Tapco
- SIG 516
- Stag Arms 3G
- .223 Vs. 5.56: What’s the Problem?
- Chambering Rounds
- Heat ‘Em Up
- Serial Firearms Abuse
- Extra Tests
- Optics & Sights Gear
- SBRS, Cans & Comps, Oh My
- Do we really need these rings?
- Plus hundreds of additional tips covering AR-15 accessorizing and maintenance!
- One entry per person, please.
- Entries accepted until 11:59 pm Central Time Wednesday, March 6, 2013.
- Winner will be selected at random and announced Thursday, March 7, 2013.
About the Author: Corrina Peterson manages book acquisitions and production at Gun Digest Books, the leading publisher of books covering everything there is to know about guns, ammo and knives. Corrina's interest in firearms began as the result of a close relationship with an M16 during active duty military service and went on to include trap shooting, upland bird hunting and wilderness elk hunting.
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