Ruger has introduced a new AR to its lineup and it's quite a break from what the company has produced in the past. The AR-556 gives shooters a more affordable option, while still offering them plenty of the amenities they've come to expect.
There is no doubt the firearms market has been red hot the past couple years, especially for AR-style rifles. So what does the future hold for these popular firearms?
Colt has become a name many look to when it comes to AR-style rifles. And the renowned company appears to have a solid option for those aiming at a competitive rifle that doesn't break the bank.
Typically, it's guns with a patina that grab high bids at auctions. But at one event this year, there was a much different genre of firearms that got people spending. Surprisingly, ARs and other contemporary firearms were the hot ticket.
Stag Arms has become the latest company to embrace pistol-caliber carbines, introducing two new lines of 9mm rifles that have been tailor made to perform for the round.
Wouldn't it be great not only to be able to fold an AR's stock, but also fire it after doing so? Well, Law Tactical is giving shooters this ability with the next generation of its innovative folding stock adapter.
When it comes to AR-style rifles, there is one for every price range. But few give shooters as much bang for the buck as Colt's 6920.
CMMG has come out with a slew of new AR-style rifles this year and recently continued to expand its catalog with the addition of two varmint-hunting models.
From black guns, tactical rifles or Modern Sporting Rifles (MSR) to the inaccurate and slanderous "assault rifle," the AR has been called more names than Slick Willie. Editor Doug Howlett thinks it should have one more—the UFF.