In this Taurus CTG29 review, the author found the carbine to be both fun and ideal for home defense.
Wring maximum performance from your AR with the latest optics, rails and stock upgrades.
Holy cow, you've never seen anything like these insane Russian tactical shooting drills! Meant to train for counter-terror operations, they take nerves of steel and the chops to match.
Shooting the Colt AR15A4 is a pleasure. Not that any 5.56/.223 AR has a lot of recoil, but with the reduced muzzle flip of the longer barrel and gas system, this thing can really rock and roll.
While everyone hopes the only gunfight they’ll be in is on the Xbox, if you carry for self-defense, you have to be prepared for the real thing.
A quick briefing on a subject that consumes entirely too much bandwidth in arguments, web forums and gun shop debates: who really made your AR? Simple. Lots of people, and not always the one whose name is on the lower.
A letter that hit the internet earlier this week appears to be correct in verbiage, Connecticut gun owners who register their "assault weapons" and "high-capacity magazines" late will be forced to dispose of them or face criminal action. Keep up with the evolving story here.
If you’ve been holding out for newer AR models waiting for availability of tactical rifles to improve, this may be your year to buy.
Not taking into account A1 and A2 iron sights, your AR can have one of two types of optics - red-dot sights or magnified scopes. Here's a look at both.