Bury them in dirt and sand? Drop them from the second story of a building? Run them over with a heavy-duty diesel truck? Blast them with a shotgun? No one would do this to an AR-15 and then shoot it, would they? Oh yes, he did. And more.
ArmaLite has announced that it is now accepting orders for its M-15A4 Carbine chambered in 6.8 SPC II.
Tactical Gear Magazine editor Kevin Michalowski talks with Mark Westrom of Armalite at SHOT Show 2011 Media Day at the Range about the SPR Mod 1.
Nikon has developed the new M-223 line of riflescopes, five scopes specifically engineered for the 223 Rem./5.56mm NATO round, with a 55-grain polymer-tipped bullet and a muzzle velocity of 3240fps.
The improvement I like best for the AR-15 is the flat-top upper. It gives you more options for sighting and makes the rifle more scope-friendly. Plus, you can add quick-on-and-off peeps and front sights.
The barrel, action and stock all play an important part in building a precision rifle. But one everything said and done, you'll need something that will get you on target. Whether you shoot sights or optics, these tips will keep you on target.
Looking for a solid, well-built magazine to feed your rifle? Yes there are plenty out there, but CProducts magazines offer durability and reliability that shooters and operators demand.
In the course of writing this article I did a quick web search for AR-15 accessories and came up with 712,000 hits. That's a lot of accessories. And someone out there has made it their mission to bolt every single one to an AR that is humanly possible. Here's a look at a few.
This AR-15 should cost a lot more than $1690. Here's a quick look at a custom AR-15 priced well that doesn't skimp on quality.