AR

Is it time to rename the AR?

Time to Rename the AR?

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.

Stag Arms is now offering new designs for its laser engraved lowers.

Stag Arms Offers New Engraved Lower Receivers

It is no secret at this point that one of the allures of the AR is the ability to customize the firearm. Stag Arms is taking the concept of creating a firearm unique to its owner a step further with new engraved lower designs.

Although there has been some intial bias towards the AR as a hunting firearm, more and more sportsmen are favoring the AR as the gun of choice when heading into the woods. Patrick Hayes Photo

ARs in Deer Camp?

One 2011 study commissioned by the National Shooting Sports Foundation found that just over 18 percent of all gun owners now own an AR-style rifle (probably higher since 2013). Of those, nearly 20 percent say they use their ARs for hunting.

Thordsen Customs FRS-15 Stock

Videos: Accessories Aim to Help Gun Owners with NY SAFE Act

Necessity continues to be the mother of invention and there has been a rash of it in a bid to help New York gun enthusiast hit by the NY SAFE Act. Check out the tweaks these Empire State residents have made to their modern sporting rifles to keep them legal.