The AR is one of the easiest firearms to pull apart and reassemble. Follow this AR-15 disassembly slideshow to learn how to perform this essential skill the right way.
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.
With a top-notch catalog, Del-Ton gives shooters plenty of reasons to get behind the trigger of one of their rifles. Now the company is giving a couple more reasons to choose their firearms, with a sizzling summer promotional.
Competitive shooters are always looking for an edge in their quest to become top gun. BoomFab aims to give them one with the introduction of its ultralight and resilient titanium bolt carrier, perfect for low-mass systems.
Manufacturers continue to feed the shooting enthusiast’s seemingly unquenchable thirst for new ARs in 2014. Here are 8 dandies worth checking out.
Some say the gas impingement operating system is like a person who poops on the same table they eat from. But is that really fair? Here are Richard Mann's 6 factual observations in the AR-15 gas impingement vs. piston debate.
The July 17, 2014 issue of Gun Digest the Magazine is (almost) all ARs! Features articles look at 3 New Rock River ARs, the SIG Tactical Hybrid 556xi, Ruger SR-762, Colt AR-15A4, and much, much more!
Joint ventures in firearms manufacturing are nothing new. And the latest team effort by a couple of AR makers looks to have resulted in one heck of a carbine.
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.