When discussing firearms for self-defense, especially home defense guns, most people think about pistols and shotguns. A better alternative to both of these weapons may be the AR carbine, chambered for the .223/5.56 round.
When Benelli designed the M4 it created a top-notch firearm. When ATI sought to dress up the proven tactical shotgun, they made a great defensive gun even better.
What happens when you match up a bump-fire stock with what is billed as the fastest AR trigger on the market? Two things: A lot of spent brass and awesome.
With concealed carry becoming more commonplace smaller pistols and revolvers have ruled the roost. But lately, there have been a number of manufacturers who have swam against the tide with full-sized handguns.
For years now, traditional double action police service pistols such as the SIG P-series have been pushed out of the spotlight by polymer-frame, striker fired pistols, a revolution begun by Glock. Now, SIG has met the striker-fired polymer pistols on their own turf with the new SIG P320.
The 300 Blackout has grown in popularity over the years with AR shooters. Manufacturers have responded offering new lines chambered for the round. Stag Arms is the latest, offering affordable uppers in Blackout.
Today’s battle-tested tactical rifle is more than ready for the woods.
When it comes to firepower, there are few weapon systems that can outdo the AA 12. The fully automatic shotgun can throw a massive amount of lead in a short amount of time.
There have been a handful of states that have made it difficult, if not impossible to own an AR. ARES Defense aims to defeat these onerous laws with the introduction of a rifle based off the popular semi-automatic, yet is legal coast to coast.